The Counter-Insurgency Myth: The British Experience of Irregular Warfare (Cass Military Studies) Hardcover – 13 Jul 2011
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'...provides the reader with an impressive macro-level overview of the modern British counter-insurgency experience from Malaya to Iraq.' -- Rory Cormac, Defence Studies, 14(2), 2014
About the Author
Andrew Mumford as of September 2011, will be a Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham. He has previously taught at the Universities of Sheffield and Hull. He is the founding convenor of the British International Studies Association (BISA) Insurgencies and Small Wars working group, and is the Book Review Editor of the journal Civil Wars.
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