"Consequences of War"
Military and Strategic Affairs, Vol 4, No 2
Author: Moshe Tamir, Knut Doermann, Christian de Cock, Uzi Eliam, Gabi Siboni, Y.R., Ron Tira, Yoel Guzansky
Institute for National Security Studies (INSS)
This issue of Military and Strategic Affairs discusses a host of topics relating to the changing nature of warfare, particularly with several articles concerning asymmetric warfare and an article analyzing Chinese cyber warfare.
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The War for Afghanistan
Author: Ross Eventon
Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre (NOREF)
This report argues that the policies pursued by the United States in Afghanistan and throughout Central Asia over the past decade have drastically altered the region’s “political map”.
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End Game Strategies: Winning the Peace
Author: William L Peace
Strategic Studies Institute of the US Army War College (SSI)
This paper analyzes the occupation of Germany after World War II and the occupation of Iraq after major combat operations in Operation Iraqi Freedom to understand the similarities between the two operations and bring out lessons learned from both.
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