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Jonathan Morgenstein and Eric Vickland

Strategies for a global counterinsurgency

By Jonathan Morgenstein and Eric Vickland
March 28, 2006

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US TROOPS in Iraq face an insurgency similar to those confronted by great powers for centuries. Insurgents hide, wait, and strike on their own timetables. They wear no uniforms and they utilize tactics of deception, ambush, and terror. The insurgents strike weaknesses and dictate the terms of the fight. (Full article: 817 words)

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