Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: Starting Insurgencies Chapter 3: Strategies Chapter 4: Tactics Chapter 5: Organizational Structures Chapter 6: Information Campaigns and Propaganda Chapter 7: Outside Support Chapter 8: Ending Insurgencies Chapter 9: Conclusion Appendix A: Case Study List Appendix B: Statistical Results for Ending Insurgencies
Seth G. Jones is Harold Brown Chair and Director of the Transnational Threats Project at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), as well as an adjunct professor at Johns Hopkins University's School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS).
"Insurgencies have been among the most common forms of warfare since before the Cold War ended. This book examines how they begin, how they fight, and how to defeat them." -- Military Heritage "With Waging Insurgent Warfare, Seth Jones has focused his prodigious analytical talents to write one of the clearest and most authoritative analyses of insurgency and counterinsurgency available. Comprehensive and compelling, this book is a timely and invaluable guide to understanding the modern trajectory of this particularly challenging form of conflict." -- Professor Bruce Hoffman, Georgetown University "There are few scholars who combine Seth Jones' learning and on-the-ground experience. He has distilled both into this concise study of insurgency, and it is first rate: the best overview of this form of warfare in print, and likely to remain so for years to come." -- Eliot A. Cohen, Johns Hopkins SAIS "A thoughtful, original, and comprehensive analysis of how insurgencies start; the strategies, tactics, and organizational approaches they adopt; and their need for foreign support."- Foreign Affairs