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Principles of Asymmetrical Warfare How to Beat Islamo-fascists at Their Own Game by Robert T Uda

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ISBN 100595681891
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THE PRINCIPLES OF ASYMMETRY A monograph presented to the Faculty of the US Army School of Advanced Military Studies in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree MASTER OF MILITARY ART AND SCIENCE General Studies by STEPHEN D. POMPER, MAJOR, US ARMY M.A., Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, Fort Leavenworth Author: Stephen D Pomper. Principles of Asymmetrical Warfare: How to Beat Islamo-fascists at Their Own Game provides principles, strategies, tactics, and methods available to the Administration in winning and ending the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq and the War on Terrorism. Some strategies and tactics appear extreme to a civilized country as the United States.   1 Asymmetries in warfare include asymmetry of power, means, methods, organization, values, and time (Pfanner ). Asymmetry can be participatory, technological, normative, doctrinal, or moral (Schmitt 16). In that sense, wars have always been characterized by at . In recent years, the nature of conflict has changed. Through asymmetric warfare radical groups and weak state actors are using unexpected means to deal stunning blows to more powerful opponents in the West. From terrorism to information warfare, the Wests air power, sea power and land power are open to attack from clever, but much weaker, enemies.

  Carl Ceulemans Chapter 6 Military operations by armed UN peace-keeping missions: An application of generalized just war principles John W. Lango PART III Leadership and accountability Chapter 6 The Moral Dimension of Asymmetrical Warfare: Accountability, Culpability and Military Effectiveness Daren Bowyer Chapter 8 British Leaders and Irregular. Asymmetrical warfare, unconventional strategies and tactics adopted by a force when the military capabilities of belligerent powers are not simply unequal but are so significantly different that they cannot make the same sorts of attacks on each other. Guerrilla warfare, occurring between lightly armed . Asymmetric warfare is war between belligerents whose relative military power differs significantly, or whose strategy or tactics differ significantly. This is typically a war between a standing, professional army and an insurgency or resistance movement militias who often have status of unlawful combatants. Asymmetric warfare can describe a conflict in which the resources of two belligerents differ in essence . Unrestricted Warfare, by Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui (Beijing: PLA Literature and Arts Publishing House, February ) [FBIS Editor's Note: The following selections are taken from "Unrestricted Warfare," a book published in China in February which proposes tactics for developing countries, in.

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