An Iolausian endeavour : exploring why the regenerative capacities of insurgent actors weaken
For 'insurgent actors' like al-Qaeda or Jaish al-Mahdi, the ability to replace their losses with new recruits is one that can significantly affect the likely intensity and success of their campaigns. Weakening this capacity to regenerate is thus a seemingly promising means of combating insurgent threats. However, being able to manipulate insurgent regeneration is far from a simple undertaking; one that a number of governments have struggled to realise. The central purpose of this thesis is...[Show more]
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