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Synonyms for counterinsurgency

actions taken by a government to defeat insurgency

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I know it is unreasonable to expect to find classic counterinsurgency works like David Galula's Counterinsurgency Warfare, John McCuen's The Art of Counter-Revolutionary War: The Strategy of Counter-Insurgency, Sir Robert Thompson's Defeating Communist Insurgency, Jean Larteguy's novel The Centurions or Frank Kitson's Low Intensity Operations on the list.
Michael Vane, mentioned the cooperation with Israel in a letter to Army magazine in July about the Iraq counter-insurgency campaign.
With a cumulative five-year forecast market of more than $67 Billion (globally), Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for Counter-Insurgency missions have become one of the fastest growing, most promising technology markets in the world.
The 13-day training that began on November 6 also aimed at enhancing interoperability between the two armies while carrying out counter-insurgency operations.
To say that there are no extra-judicial killings in the country, whether perpetrated through counter-insurgency programs or through the war on drugs, is covering up State accountability when its official policies sanctioned the sufferings of the poor majority of the Filipino people,' said Karapatan secretary general Cristina Palabay.
She said the payment of $300 million dollars withheld by the Pentagon is simply but simply the payment of the incurred costs of supporting the US in the counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency operations over the past two years.
In a clear contradiction to these reports, the same leading figure was reportedly killed in the army counter-insurgency campaign on Saturday.
Their topics include insurgency and terror in Mesopotamia, fourth-century revolts against Persia: the test case of Sidon 348-345 BCE, a reassessment of Alexander and Afghan insurgency, whether the Hispanic wars in the second century BCE were insurgency or state terrorism, Roman counter-insurgency policy and practice in Judea, and annihilating the Bagaudae.
Contract Awarded for Support the Army Research Laboratory's Persistent Surveillance - Intelligence Surveillance & Reconnaissance (PS-ISR) Concept Development program, providing a variety of technology support to include analysis, studies, development, design, and demonstration of innovative Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) concepts and technologies to meet future asymmetric, counter-terrorism, and counter-insurgency warfare scenarios.
The 5 book touches several subjects that will be familiar to a military audience: the debate over the role of technology, and the creation of the new counter-insurgency manual, FM 3-24.
During the event, Moeed Yusuf expressed his views on geo-politics and security of South Asia with particular reference to his research on counter-insurgency in South Asia and made its comparison with the current situation in Pakistan.
Summary: Powerful intelligence service disputes claims that counter-insurgency unit looted, raped and committed arson.
Summary: Srinagar: A militant was killed and three members of the counter-insurgency Special perations Group (SOG) .
Intended for policy makers, military planners and academic students of counter-insurgency methodologies, this collection of fifteen articles examines the history and current status of South African military strategies in the counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency arenas.
A major study will one day be written on the influence this Australian army officer, adviser, and scholar has had on contemporary thinking about counter-insurgency, an influence felt especially in the United States as it has fought in Iraq and Afghanistan.
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