Report NumberAD1062011
New Strategy Needed: Changing the Calculus in the Fight Against Boko Haram.
Whittle, G. T.
Abstract in EnglishOn 4 October of last year, local militants friendly to the Islamic State ambushed a small American military unit outside a remote West African village. The incident left four Americans and five others dead and sparked a public debate on the merits of deploying U.S. forces to remote corners of the world to conduct obscure missions that the public rarely hears of and where the strategic importance may not be as clear to the general public as conducting counterterrorism operations in the deserts of Syria or Libya.
Keyword in EnglishUnited states africa command Terrorism Geography Regional security Petroleum National security Task forces Security Military operations Governments Ethnic groups West africa Terrorists Societies International relations Counte
Year Published2018
Subject of Source92 - Behavior & Society ; 74G - Military Operations, Strategy, & Tactics
Document Type科技报告
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Whittle, G. T.. New Strategy Needed: Changing the Calculus in the Fight Against Boko Haram.,2018.
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