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Why Allies Rebel

Defiant Local Partners in Counterinsurgency Wars

By (author) Barbara Elias
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Published: 2nd Jul 2020
Dimensions: w 152mm h 229mm d 21mm
Weight: 640g
ISBN-10: 1108490107
ISBN-13: 9781108490108
Barcode No: 9781108490108
Synopsis
Why do powerful intervening militaries have such difficulty managing comparatively weak local partners in counterinsurgency wars? Set within the context of costly, large-scale military interventions such as the US war in Afghanistan, this book explains the conditions by which local allies comply with (or defy) the policy demands of larger security partners. Analysing nine large-scale post-colonial counterinsurgency interventions including Vietnam, Afghanistan, Iraq, Sri Lanka, Yemen, Lebanon, Cambodia, and Angola, this book utilizes thousands of primary source documents to identify and examine over 450 policy requests proposed by intervening forces to local allies. By dissecting these problematic partnerships, this book exposes a critical political dynamic in military interventions. It will appeal to academics and policymakers addressing counterinsurgency issues in foreign policy, security studies and political science.

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