Civil power in irregular conflict
Kramer, Franklin D., editor
Dempsey, Thomas, editor
Gregoire, Joseph, editor
Merrill, Susan, editor
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Approved for public display, distribution unlimitedIrregular conflict has emerged since the end of the cold War as an enduring feature of an increasingly globalized world. The need to respond effectively to irregular conflicts that threaten U.S. national security interests has, in turn, driven a rapidly growing U.S. interst in counterinsurgency and stability operations as a vehicle for addressing irregular conflict, and for promoting the stabilization and reconstruction of post-conflict states.
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