Op-ed: Counter Insurgency and the Constitution
Just as it used to be fashionable to talk about the "Revolution in Military Affairs," defence experts and analysts are now talking about "Counter Insurgency" as the new way of waging war. At the NATO Operational Planning Course in Oberammergau, Germany, and at the Joint Combined Warfare School in Norfolk, Virginia, students learn not about operational planning for warfare, but about planning to cope with insurgencies after combat operations are complete. That each course seems to take for gran...
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