3 edition of Counterinsurgency in Pakistan found in the catalog.
Counterinsurgency in Pakistan
C. Christine Fair
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||C. Christine Fair, Seth G. Jones|
|Contributions||Jones, Seth G., 1972-|
|LC Classifications||DS389 .F343 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010015059|
The mujahadeen hid from the Soviets in Pakistan, now Pakistan also protects the Taliban. Jones, who has made Counterinsurgency in Afghanistan (Rand, /5. Yet in a brilliant finale, the book describes Pakistan's 'survival of internal paradoxes' that keeps it stable while satisfying no one. These essays are required reading for those grappling with Pakistan's post future."—Cameron Munter, professor of International Relations, Pomona College. Served as US Ambassador to Pakistan .
Unconventional Warfare in South Asia is a welcomed addition to the growing field of interest on civil wars and insurgencies in South Asia. An indispensable read which will allow us to better . In his book, Galula names several geographic factors that he believed were critical to the success of a counterinsurgency. He would say the American experience in Afghanistan confirms his thinking about counterinsurgency .
Pakistan’s counterinsurgency campaign took about 13 years to evolve as it continuously consumed the intellectual and strategic energies of the security establishment. War, Will, and Warlords: Counterinsurgency in Afghanistan and Pakistan, by Marine Corps University Press and Robert M. Cassidy (, Hardcover).
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government's most pressing policy issue today: the situation in Pakistan. It is especially Manufacturer: RAND Corporation. CHAPTER FOUR Counterinsurgency and Persuasion (pp. ) Pakistan’s operations against militants have been deeply affected by the capabilities and political will of its national security agencies.
The army and Frontier Corps. Counterinsurgency in Pakistan Seth G. Jones, C. Christine Fair Pakistan has undertaken a number of operations against militant groups since There have been some successes, but such groups as al Qa1ida continue to present a significant threat to Pakistan.
Excerpt This document examines the evolution of militancy in Pakistan, assesses Pakistan’s efforts to counter militants, and offers a range of policy recommendations. It is based on detailed research in Pakistan and an examination of the quantitative and qualitative literatures on counterinsurgency and counterterrorism.
Counterinsurgency in Pakistan is an ideal country study for units deploying to the region and classic literature for those interested in national policy. Focusing on counterinsurgency capability and current progress in Pakistan, this book.
Pakistan has undertaken a number of operations against militant and terrorist groups sincebut success has been limited, in part because Pakistan has still not adopted a counterinsurgency Cited by: Because of Pakistan's nuclear status and the presence of international terrorist organizations, such as al Qa'ida, Pakistan's counterinsurgency campaign significantly affects the security.
Counterinsurgency in Pakistan. by Kashif Taher. Download the Full Article: Counterinsurgency in Pakistan. The most immediate threat to the security of Pakistan is. Pakistan‟s Counterinsurgency 25 Besides, the sustenance of insurgency is not possible without the external monetary and ideological support.
According to DG ISPR, General Bajwa, India is the main sponsor of terrorism and insurgency in Pakistan File Size: KB. Get this from a library. Counterinsurgency in Pakistan. [Seth G Jones; C Christine Fair; Rand Corporation. National Security Research Division.] -- "SincePakistan has undertaken a.
Seth G. Jones and C. Christine Fair, Counterinsurgency in Pakistan (Santa Monica, CA: RAND, ), p. 25; Karen De Young and Joby Warrick, “Pakistan and US Have Cited by: This document examines the evolution of militancy in Pakistan, assesses Pakistan's efforts to counter militants, and offers a range of policy recommendations.
It is based on detailed research in Pakistan and an examination of the quantitative and qualitative literatures on counterinsurgency and counterterrorism. Treading on Hallowed Ground: Counterinsurgency Operations in Sacred Spaces (with Sumit Ganguly, Oxford University Press, ).
ISBN Islam and Governance in Bangladesh (with Ali Riaz, Routledge, ). ISBN Pakistan Alma mater: University of Chicago (PhD, MA, BS).
partners’ counterinsurgency practices on the margins. The first section below provides background detail on the Government of Pakistan (GoP), the insurgent groups it has fought sinceand the counterinsurgency.
This book identifies best and worst practices in both counterinsurgency and counterterrorism operations in Pakistan and Afghanistan with the aim of crafting recommendations for more.
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Counterinsurgency in Pakistan provides a historical review of Pakistani interaction with insurgents in the Northwest Frontier Provinces (NWFP) and the Federally Administrated Tribal Areas. In Pakistan, there are three distinct categories of militants: the Afghan-centric Pashtun militants; the Kashmir-centric Punjabi militants; and the transnational terrorists, like al-Qaeda.
Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), which is mainly comprised of Pashtun militants, carries out bombings against Pakistan. Counterterrorism and Counterinsurgency in South Asia; Mumtaz Ahmad, Ehsan Ahrari, Vanda Felbab-Brown, Sumit Ganguly, Nazia Hussain, Thomas H.
Johnson, Peter Mandaville, Agnieszka Paczynska, Dietrich Reetz, and Louise I. Shelley ; Book. There have been some successes, but such groups as al Qa'ida continue to present a significant threat to Pakistan, the United States, and other countries.
Pakistan needs to establish a population-centric counterinsurgency .This study explores the nature of the insurgency in Afghanistan, the key challenges and successes of the U.S.-led counterinsurgency campaign, and the capabilities necessary to .Books shelved as counter-insurgency: Learning to Eat Soup with a Knife: Counterinsurgency Lessons from Malaya and Vietnam by John A.