Losing the population; the impact of coalition policy and tactics on the population and the Iraqi insurgency
Haugh, Timothy D.
Robinson, Glenn E.
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that the rapid decline of popular support for the Coalition between April and August 2003 emanated from Coalition policies and tactics that did not emphasize security for the population. In turn, these security policies created and enabled opportunities and space in which opposition to the Coalition could mobilize with relative impunity.
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