Minding the Middle: Insights, from Hezbollah and Hamas; Strategic Insights, v. 10, Special issue (October 2011), 124-137. Part III: New Actors and Belligerents
Johnson, David E.
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This paper examines the relevance of Hezbollah and Hamas to current and future forms of warfare. A brief review of the literature, however, makes it clear that Hezbollah, particularly during its 2006 war with Israel, has already had a significant impact on US military thinking.
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