British Counter Insurgency Strategy By Pat McGeown

British Counter Insurgency Strategy  By Pat McGeown

From An Camcheachta/The Starry Plough   The Theoretical Magazine of the Irish Republican Movement  Issue 1, Volume 1I

“In essence Britain’s counter-insurgency strategy which at present dates from the arrival of British Forces, their Generals and experts in 1969 to the present day, is best described as a political/military strategy coordinating governmental, judicial, economic, social and psychological agencies and dimensions, and aimed at containing, isolating and destroying identifiable resistance.”

 

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