Special Warfare: The Missing Middle in US Coercive Options

Special Warfare: The Missing Middle in US Coercive Options
Special warfare has particular relevance to the current global security environment as policymakers seek options short of large-scale intervention to manage both acute crises (e.g., ISIL, Ukraine) and chronic challenges (e.g., insurgency in the …
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The Death Squad Dilemma: Counterinsurgency Policy and the Salvadoran Model
This paper examines the death squad issue from a scholarly and real-world perspective. It analyzes a number of cases, especially El Salvador. It builds upon recent scholarly research. It applies the findings to develop a more comprehensive framework …
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How To Recruit America's New Allies In Syria
"Stopping Ebola is a priority for the United States," Obama said in his address to the U.N. "We'll do our part. We will … But the questions in this newly announced war on Ebola are now are twofold: Will personnel and resources reach West Africa …
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