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Public Policies as a Social Counterinsurgency Practice
(UNIV ZULIA. FAC CIENCIAS ECON & SOCIALES SCI, 2010)
Halliday, Fred. Mercenaries : "counter-insurgency" in the gulf. Nottingham : publicado por la Bertrand Russell Peace Foundation, Ltd., 1977. 80 p.
(El Colegio de México, Centro de Estudios de Asia y África, 2012)
A Model for Counterinsurgency Success? The Good, the Bad and the Ugly in the Struggle against the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (2003–2012)
The Colombian counterinsurgency campaign against FARC, during the years 2003–2012, was successful in significantly reducing the insurgency to its weakest condition in history. The strategy was a result of the transformation ...
Are Insurgents any different from counterinsurgents? A systematic integration and validation of motivational studies from Colombia
Are Insurgents any Different from Counterinsurgents? A Systematic Integration and Validation of Motivational Studies from Colombia Enzo Nussio, Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá) Juan E. Ugarriza, Universidad del Rosario ...
Criminal Interests within Political Insurgencies: The Case for Development Centred Counterinsurgency
Insurgencies are progressive and systematic insurrections with political aims. They are usually aimed at the creation of a new state, the liberation of a nation from foreign intervention, the transformation of the political ...
Counterinsurgency and Union Movement in El Salvador (1967-1968)
(International Association of Genocide Scholars, 2013-06)
The present paper analyzes the wave of protest lead by urban workers and the teacher union in 1967 and 1968 in El Salvador, and the repressive strategies that the State implemented in response to those protests.
In search of an Own Counter-Subversive Doctrine: The Promotion Thesis of Guatemalan Officers, 1975-1985
This article proposes to qualify the dominant perspective regarding the National Security Doctrine (NDS) in Guatemala, according to which the Army appears as a mere recipient of ideas from the US. It assumes that the ...