Insurgency may be the most prevalent type of armed conflict since the organization of political communities. This systematic format for analyzing and comparing insurgency is designed for use by observers, scholars, students, military personnel, and government analysts.
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BARD O'NEILL is professor of international affairs at the National War College, Washington, D.C., where he is also director of Middle East studies and director of studies of insurgency and revolution. His other publication credits include The Energy Crisis and U.S. Foreign Policy and Armed Struggle in Palestine. He and his family live in Springfield, Virginia.Review:
"A career military man will find it worthwhile to spend some time reading and studying this book." -- Infantry
"Comprehensive in its coverage and judicious in its conclusions." -- Australian Journal of International Affaird
"Well organized, clearly written, and solidly thought out." -- Marine Corps Gazette
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