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Guerrilla warfare and counterinsurgency.
Lexington, Mass. : Lexington Books, ©1989
(OCoLC)581354527
Online version:
Guerrilla warfare and counterinsurgency.
Lexington, Mass. : Lexington Books, ©1989
(OCoLC)608542128
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard H Shultz; Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. International Security Studies Program.; Army War College (U.S.); National Defense University.
ISBN: 0669199346 9780669199345
OCLC Number: 18259496
Notes: Rev. papers presented at a conference sponsored by International Security Studies Program of the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, together with the U.S. Army War College and the National Defense University, 1987.
Description: xiii, 433 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: I.U.S. and Soviet involvement in the Third World: objectives and constraints. Protracted conflict and U.S. policy / Jeane Kirkpatrick --
U.S. objectives and constraints : an overview / William J. Olson --
Special operations forces and low intensity conflict : crisis in U.S. leadership / Noel C. Koch --
What are the constraints on the U.S. role in Third World protracted warfare? / David Ottaway --
Soviet objectives and constraints : an overview / Uri Ra'anan --
How successful has the Soviet Union been in Third World protracted conflict? / Stephen T. Hosmer --
Limitations on the Soviet Union's role in protracted conflict in the Third World / Roger E. Kanet --
II. U.S. and Soviet doctrine and strategy. Counterinsurgency : the U.S. role --
past, present, and future / William P. Yarborough --
The campaign for democracy : a strategy for the Americas / John R. Galvin --
Protracted insurgent warfare : the development of an appropriate U.S. doctrine / Christopher M. Lehman --
Promoting national liberation : destabilization and power projection / Francis Fukuyama --
Soviet counterinsurgency : past, present, and future / Rod Paschall --
III. Protracted warfare : force structure, C³, and technology. Protracted war and the role of technology : the Soviet Union / Graham H. Turbiville, Jr. and James F. Holcomb, Jr. --
Protracted warfare and the role of technology : the United States / Peter Bahnsen --
Protracted warfare : the Soviet force structure and C³ / John J. Dziak --
Protracted warfare : the U.S. force structure and C³ / Stuart L. Perkins --
The U.S. total force concept and low intensity conflict : the role of reserve forces / Jacquelyn K. Davis and Robert L. Pfaltzgraff, Jr. IV. Protracted warfare : political and psychological operations. Political and psychological operations in the Soviet promotion and national liberation movements / Ilya Dzhirkvelov --
Soviet counterinsurgency : political and psychological dimensions / Roger A. Beaumont --
U.S. counterinsurgency : political and psychological dimensions / Richard G. Stilwell --
Can the United States mount political and psychological operations in protracted warfare? / Angelo M. Codevilla --
V. Case studies in U.S. and Soviet insurgency and counterinsurgency policy. Soviet strategy and tactics in low intensity conflict / David C. Isby --
U.S. policy in Afghanistan / Elie D. Krakowski --
U.S. counterinsurgency and the Philippines : future prospects / George T. Talbot, Jr. --
Flexible persistence over four decades : the Soviet Union and the Horn of Africa / Paul B. Henze --
The Soviet Union and Central America / Richard H. Shultz, Jr. --
Soviet use of Eastern European proxies in the Third World / Igor Lukes --
Not losing in Nicaragua / John Waghelstein, Gregory Harper, and Alvin H. Bernstein.
Responsibility: edited by Richard H. Shultz, Jr. [and others].

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