The Failure of U.S. Counterinsurgency Policy
D. Michael Shafer
Michael Shafer argues that American policymakers have fundamentally misperceived the political context of revolutionary wars directed against American clients and that because American attempts at counterinsurgency were based on faulty premises, these efforts have failed in virtually every instance.
First published in 1988.
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