An Epic History of Guerrilla Warfare From Ancient Times to the PresentBook - 2013
355.0218 B64451I 2013
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SEBoiko, I agree with your comments on insurgency and terrorism. You don't see many open-field battles between conventional armies anymore. (e.g., South Ossetian War, invasion of Iraq and Zaire/DRC). A lot of people dislike the concept of small scale unconventional wars. Those are the same people who grew up with a Cold War mentality of open field battles (e.g., WWII). Sorry folks, but insurgencies and terrorism is here to stay, with a rare conventional war here and there.
Many liberals were disappointed that Obama had not gone far enough in rolling back Bush policies; many conservatives wereequally upset because they thought he had gone too far.
Many revolutionaries have discovered, along with San Martin and Bolivar that ideals are simpler to fight for than to implement.
Thus Rome exemplified the yin and yang of successful counterinsurgency warfare - chastisement and attraction.
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