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2006 Lebanon Campaign and the Future of Warfare: Implications for Army and Defense Policy

by Stephen Biddle

Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Pages: 90
Paperback
ISBN: 9781437915679






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Overview of 2006 Lebanon Campaign and the Future of Warfare: Implications for Army and Defense Policy

The future of nonstate military actors is a central
issue for U.S. strategy and defense planning. It
is widely believed that such combatants will be
increasingly common opponents for the U.S. military,
and many now advocate sweeping change in U.S.
military posture to prepare for this—the debate over
the associated agenda for “low-tech” or irregular
warfare transformation is quickly becoming one of the
central issues for U.S. defense policy and strategy. As a
prominent recent example of a nonstate actor fighting
a Westernized state, Hezbollah’s 2006 campaign
thus offers a window into a kind of warfare that is
increasingly central to the defense debate in the United
States. And the case’s implications for U.S. policy have
already become highly controversial

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