The Counter Insurgent State: Guerrilla Warfare And State Building In The Twentieth Century
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The Counter Insurgent State: Guerrilla Warfare And State Building In The Twentieth Century

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This book brings together several scholars to examine the relationship between guerrilla insurgencies and state building. In essays covering such societies as Mozambique, Algeria, Peru, Malaysia and Sri Lanka the authors show that the rise of guerrilla insurgency can lead states to develop far-reaching programmes of social and economic modernisation or else in some cases t...more
Hardcover, First Edition (U.S.), 235 pages
Published June 1997 by St. Martin's Press (first published 1997)
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