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Shona ba shona : professional reflections of U.S. officers in Afghanistan
Meiser, Jeffrey W., editor.
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Washington, D.C. : College of International Security Affairs, National Defense University, 2014.
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xv, 152 pages ; 23 cm
" This publication is a compilation of nine essays written by Army, Marine, Navy, and Air Force officers enrolled in the Afghanistan-Pakistan (AFPAK) Hands program while attending the College of International Security Affairs (CISA) at the National Defense University (NDU. All the officers have extensive experience on Afghanistan and were encouraged to combine this experience with their newly acquired knowledge of theory and history to produce essays that could provide both cutting-edge analysis of our current operations in Afghanistan and deeper insights about counterinsurgency (COIN) and stability operations. -- From Introduction.
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Part I. Counterinsurgency Dilemmas : Chapter 1. Guns vs. Olive Branches: How to Offer the Branch While the Guns Are Still Firing -- Chapter 2. The Future of Stability Operations -- Chapter 3. Between Benevolence and Chastisement: Where Does COIN Belong? -- Chapter 4. Insurgency and Counterinsurgency: Actors, Relationships, and the Nature of the Conflict -- Chapter 5. Strategic Influence of U.S. Medical Diplomacy -- Part II. Implementing Counterinsurgency in Afghanistan : Chapter 6. Partnering in Strategic Communication -- Chapter 7. What is an FET? An Ad Hoc Organization or Misuse of Manpower -- Chapter 8. Ensuring an Effective Transition of Afghan Local Police for Lasting Stability -- Chapter 9. Truth in Lending: Controlling the Afghan Narrative at Home to Ensure Success Abroad.
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