(E–pub/Pdf) [The Counter Insurgency Myth] author Andrew Mumford
To contextualise the contemporary performance in Ira and undermine the commonly held confidence in British counter insurgency Blending historical research with critical analysis this book seeks to establish a new paradigm through which to interpret and analyse the British to counter insurgency as well as considering the of inherent British competence in the realm of irregular to counter insurgency as well as considering the mythology "Of Inherent British Competence In "inherent British competence in realm of irregular will be of interest to students of counter insurgency military history strategic studies security studies and IR in gener. ,
This book examines the complex practice of counter insurgency warfare through the prism of British military experiences in the post
war era and endeavours to unpack their performanceDuring the twentieth century counter insurgencyera and endeavours to unpack their performanceDuring the twentieth century counter insurgency the status of one of the British military s fortes A wealth of asymmetric warfare experience was accumulated after the Second World War as the small wars of decolonisation offered the army of a fading imperial power many opportunities to deploy against an irregular enemy However this uantit. Y of experience does not "Translate Into Uality This Book "into uality This book that the British far from being exemplars of
COUNTER INSURGENCY HAVE IN FACT CONSISTENTLY PROVED TO BEinsurgency have in fact consistently proved to be learners in counter insurgency warfareThis book presents an analysis of the most significant British counter insurgency campaigns of the past 60 years Malaya 1948 60 Kenya 1952 60 South Arabia 1962 67 the first decade of the Northern Irish Troubles 1969 79 and the recent British counter insurgency campaign in southern Ira 2003 09 Colonial history is used.