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Moore -- Kunar and Nuristan : rethinking US counterinsurgency operations... -- 2010

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p355.309581
M823
2009
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Author Moore, Michael.
Fussell, James.
Title Kunar and Nuristan : rethinking US counterinsurgency operations / Michael Moore and James Fussell.
Imprint Washington, D.C. : Institute for the Study of War, 2010.
Physical Description 33 p. : col. maps, col. ill. ; 30 cm.
Notes “Institute for the Study of War”—at head of title.
“July 2009.”
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary: ” Examining events in Kunar and eastern Nuristan in 2007 and 2008, this paper begins with a brief overview of Kunar and Nuristan provinces and their strategic importance to both U.S. and enemy forces followed by a discussion of U.S. force disposition and strategy. The next section describes the “enemy syndicate” in the region, while the second half of the paper documents operations and major developments in three areas: the Pakistani border, northern Kunar and eastern Nuristan, and the interior of Kunar province, including the Pech and Korengal River Valleys. In conclusion, this paper challenges some of the assumptions about the U.S.’s counterinsurgency strategy in Kunar.” (Introduction, p. 6).
Subject Headings Afghan War, 2001- .
Counterinsurgency – Afghanistan – Nuristan.
Counterinsurgency – Afghanistan – Kunar.
United States – Armed Forces – Afghan War, 2001- .
Corporate Body Institute for the Study of War (ISW).
Web Address http://www.understandingwar.org/report/kunar-and-nuristan (accessed 15 June 2010)
Accession Number 13412
Language English
Language Code E
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