Global Counterinsurgency: Strategic Clarity for the Long War by ProQuest

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									Global Counterinsurgency:
Strategic Clarity for
the Long War
DANIEL S. ROPER



T    hough policy initiatives since the attacks of 11 September 2001 have
     positively influenced certain agencies and processes within the US gov-
ernment in their efforts to secure America, some steps have worked at cross
purposes and limited the nation’s effectiveness in countering the threats it
faces.1 One entrenched policy that inhibits clear analysis and understanding
of the threat is the continued framing of this global struggle as 
								
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