Can We Predict the Outcome of Asymmetric Wars?
el Khoury, Jihad
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In the literature on asymmetric warfare there is a great deal of disagreement caused by the many contradictory theories concerning factors affecting the outcomes of war. In an attempt to resolve the discrepancies among these theories, this thesis raises the following question: which factors allow weak non-state actors to win against strong actors in an asymmetric war?
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