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INSURGENCY IN NAGALAND  

Covering an area of 16488 sq km, Nagaland is located in India‟ s North-Eastern region (comprising of states of Arunachal Pradesh (earlier known as North East Frontier Agency – NEFA, Assam, Manipur, Mizoram, Tripura and Meghalaya)(Map ...Read more >

55 Pages
1.32 MB
BREAKING THE BANK UNDERMINING TERRORIST FINANCING   By Seth G. Jones

Chairman Fitzpatrick, Ranking Member Lynch, and members of the Task Force to Investigate Terrorism Financing, thank you for inviting me to testify at this hearing, “A Survey of Global Terrorism and Terrorist ...Read more >

12 Pages
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MIZO HILLS REVISITING THE EARLY PHASE  By Ali Ahmed

Mizoram is rightly taken as one of India’s counter insurgency success stories. This article revisits the early experience in Mizoram for its considerable learning value. It dwells on the first two phases of counter ...Read more >

14 Pages
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COUNTER INSURGENCY WARFARE  By DAVID GALULA

No chess player has ever found, nor is any likely to find, a sure way of winning from the first move. The game contains too many variables even for one of today’s nerveless electronic computers to plot ...Read more >

118 Pages
875.91 KB
‘HEARTS AND MINDS’? BRITISH COUNTER-INSURGENCY FROM MALAYA TO IRAQ  By Paul Dixon

This article introduces this special issue of The Journal of Strategic Studies by discussing the British model of counter-insurgency. General (later Field Marshal) Sir Gerald Templer associated the phrase ‘hearts and minds’ ...Read more >

31 Pages
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COUNTER-INSURGENCY BEST PRACTICES: APPLICABILITY TO NORTHEAST INDIA  By Namrata Goswami

India has a longstanding counter-insurgency experience in the Northeast a region that has suffered from multiple insurgencies since the 1950s.This counter-insurgency experience has witnessed its share of successes and ...Read more >

23 Pages
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EXPLAINING SUCCESS AND FAILURE:COUNTERINSURGENCY IN MALAYA AND INDIA   By Deepak Aneel Boyini

The Maoist insurgency in India, also called Naxalism, has become a threat to internal security with ever-growing violence and attacks on security forces and civilians. ...Read more >

179 Pages
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MODEST, SECURE AND INFORMED:SUCCESSFUL DEVELOPMENT IN CONFLICT ZONES  By Eli Berman, Joseph Felter

Most interpretations of prevalent counterinsurgency theory imply that increasing government services will reduce rebel violence. Empirically, however, development programs and economic activity sometimes yield increased violence. ...Read more >

39 Pages
466.71 KB
THE STATE STRIKES BACK : INDIA AND THE NAGA INSURGENCY  By Charles Chasie

In the first decade after India declared independence in 1947, the Indian state faced numerous challenges to its very existence and ...Read more >

63 Pages
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CRITICS GONE WILD : COUNTERINSURGENCY AS THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL  By David H. Ucko

The Western interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan have produced a heated polemic concerning the merits and demerits of counterinsurgency the operational approach underpinning both ...Read more >

21 Pages
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THE EXHAUSTED INSURGENCY  By Nate Roy

The purpose of this essay is to enter into an ongoing debate regarding the definition of an ended insurgency, and systematically attempt to construct an informed answer for COIN scholars and practitioners seeking to define the end-state of an ...Read more >

17 Pages
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COUNTERING OTHERS INSURGENCIES  By Stephen Watts

With the United States exhausted by more than a decade of war and facing severe fiscal limitations, decisionmakers are striving to place American defense policy on a more sustainable ...Read more >

254 Pages
1.26 MB
PATHS TO VICTORY  By Christopher Paul

Insurgency has been the most prevalent form of armed conflict since at least 1949.1 Despite that fact, following the Vietnam War and through the remainder of the Cold War, the U.S. military establishment turned its back on ...Read more >

332 Pages
1.65 MB
POLITICAL LEGITIMACY AND VALUES  By Stan Wiechnik

The US Army Counterinsurgency manual touts the importance of legitimacy yet it provides a limited explanation of what legitimacy is and where it comes ...Read more >

20 Pages
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COUNTERINSURGENCY SCORECARD  By Christopher Paul

Afghanistan in Early 2013 Relative to Insurgencies Since World War II : The RAND report Paths to Victory: Lessons from Modern Insurgencies used detailed case studies of 71 insurgencies worldwide since World War II to analyze correlates of success in ...Read more >

39 Pages
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