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The Accidental Guerrilla by David Kilcullen
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Jun 27, 11

Read in March, 2011

Kilcullen presents quite an academic approach to Hybrid Warfare in this wonderfully rich account of conflict in the modern age. A deep read for those who may only have a general interest in the subject but an absolute must for those who wish to test the theories of Hybrid and Insurgency/Counterinsurgency warfare against contemporary events. Superb and engaging with a fall out which presses you to read more on the subject.
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message 1: by Dan (new) - rated it 4 stars

Dan Sirotkin Yup, I thought the book did an excellent job of capturing the idea that men we label as terrorists simply see themselves as soldiers fighting for a greater good:

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