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38 Transformation Through Training Issue No 7 July 2015 Wade N.M. 2010 The Stability Peace and Counterinsurgency Smartbook The Lighting Press West B. 2009 Counterinsurgency Lessons from Iraq March-April 2009 Military Review 1 Fishel J.T. Corr E.G. Thinking and Writing About COIN A Review Essay of Fred Kaplans The Insurgents David Petraeus and the Plot to Change the American Way of War Small Wars Journal 2013 p.2 2 Kilcullen D. Counter-insurgency Redux Survival Global Politics and Strategy 484 2006 p.111 3 FM 3-24 Counterinsurgency HQ Department of the US Army 2006 p.1-1 4 FM 3-24.2 Tactics in Counterinsurgency HQ Department of the US Army 2009 p.1-2 5 FM 3-24 2006 p.1-1 6 Kane T. D. Lonsdale Insurgency Counterinsurgency in Understanding Contemporary Strategy Routledge 2012 pp.241-242 7 Newsletter No. 10-64 Afghan Culture Observations Insights and Lessons US Army Combined Arms Center 2010 pp.1-2 8 Ibid p.1 9 There are two particular facets of Arab culture that merit attention here in regard to the conduct of counterinsurgency operations See more Thornton R. Conclusion The Way Forward Contemporary Security Policy 281 2007 p.7 10 West B. 2009 Counterinsurgency Lessons from Iraq March-April 2009 Military Review p.7 11 Newsletter No. 10-642010 pp.1-2 12 Ibid pp.64-65 13 Parallel to that a number of chapters are used by Boot to describe the geopolitical situation and the conflicts occurred in former western colonies which prove that insurgencies or liberal movements have dominated during the past centuries. See more Boot M. Invisible Armies An Epic History of Guerrilla Warfare from Ancient Times to the Present Liveright Publishing Corporation 2013 14 Musa S. Lessons Learned from Iraq and Afghanistan Operations Policing and COIN Operations2011 pp.49-50 15 FM 3-24 2006 p.1-27 16 Mills G. Ten Counterinsurgency Commandments from Afghanistan Foreign Policy Research Institute 2007 p.7 17 Wade N.M. The Stability Peace and Counterinsurgency Smartbook The Lighting Press 2010 p.3-1 18 Thornton R. Conclusion The Way Forward Contemporary Security Policy 281 2007 p.215 19 Porter P. Shadow Wars Asymmetric Warfare in the Past and Future Security Dialogue 37551 2006 p.552 20 Kilcullen2006 p.3 21 Ibid p.9 22 Musa 2011 p.51 23 Kiras J.D. Irregular Warfare Terrorism and Insurgency in Strategy in the Contemporary World Oxford University Press 4th edition 2013 p.181 24 Ibid p.183 25 Pirnie B.R. OConnell E. Counterinsurgency in Iraq 20032006 RAND Counterinsurgency Study Vol.2 2008 pp.79-80 26 Utting K. The Strategic Information Campaign Lessons from the British Experience in Palestine 19451948 Contemporary Security Policy 2812007 p.44 27 Cordesman A.H. The Iraq War and Lessons for Counterinsurgency Center for Strategic and International Studies Working Draft Revised March 16 2006 p.24 28 Glatz R. ISAF Lessons Learned A German Perspective National Defense University PRISM 2 No.2 2011 p.176 29 Pirnie OConnell 2008 p.93 30 Mills 2007 p.2 31 Kilcullen 2006 p.10 32 Corum J.S. Training Indigenous Forces in Counterinsurgency A Tale of Two Insurgencies U.S. Army War College 2006 p.14 33 Hoffman B. Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in Iraq Studies in Conflict Terrorism 292 2006 p.6 34 FM 3-24 2006pp.3-253-26 35 Ibid p.ix 36 Betz D. Redesigning Land Forces for Wars amongst the People Contemporary Security Policy 282 2007 p.222 37 Galula also highlights that special relation exists between insurgents forces and their political organization. If one of those poles is destroyed it will be locally re-created by the other if both are destroyed they will both be re-created by a new fusion of insurgents from the outside. See more Galula D. Counterinsurgency Warfare Theory and Practice Frederick A. Praeger Publisher 1964 p.57 38 Ayman Mohammed Rabie al-Zawahiri is the current leader of al-Qaeda. In his 2005 letter from al- Zawahiri to Zarqawi seized by US intelligence he demonstrates his ambitions to rein in the Iraqi commander and use global jihad as a mean to gain political capital and apply pressure to the international community. See more Kiras 2013 p.174 39 Ibid p.190 40 West 2009 p.11 41 Johnson T.H. Mason M.C. Understanding the Taliban and Insurgency in Afghanistan Published by Elsevier Limited on behalf of Foreign Research Institute 2007 p.82 42 Kay S. Khan S. NATO and Counter-insurgency Strategic Liability or Tactical Asset Contemporary Security Policy 281 2007 p.177 43 Thornton 2007 p.215 44 Utting 2007 p.43 45 Petraeus D. Counterinsurgency Concepts What We Learned in Iraq Global Policy V.12010 p.117 46 Nagl J.A. Burton B.M. Thinking Globally and Acting Locally Counterinsurgency Lessons from Modern Wars A Reply to Jones and Smith Journal of Strategic Studies 331 2010 p.128 47 Johnson Mason 2007 p.84 48 FishelCorr 2013 p.1 49 Corum 2006 p.48 50 Petraeus 2010 p.117