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October 2009 (vol 3 issue 1)

MAPS & CHARTS: From Baghdad to Kabul: The Historical Roots of U.S. Counterinsurgency Doctrine

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image: Political Map of Afghanistan
Political Map of Afghanistan
image: US Military Map of Fallujah, 2003
US Military Map of Fallujah, 2003
image: U.S. government map of Baghdad, 2006
U.S. government map of Baghdad, 2006
image: The Helmand River Basin within Afghanistan
The Helmand River Basin within Afghanistan
image: Political Map of Iraq, 2004
Political Map of Iraq, 2004
image: Map of Iraq by Population, 2003
Map of Iraq by Population, 2003
image: Middle East Map, 2003
Middle East Map, 2003
image: Map of the Philippine Islands
Map of the Philippine Islands
image: Map of Algeria, where the French fought against an Algerian insurgency in the middle of the 20th century
Map of Algeria, where the French fought against an Algerian insurgency in the middle of the 20th century
image: Map of Chechnya, where the Russians have fought opponents to their rule, off and on, for two centuries
Map of Chechnya, where the Russians have fought opponents to their rule, off and on, for two centuries
image: Map of Kenya, where the British fought against anti-colonial guerilla forces in the 1950s
Map of Kenya, where the British fought against anti-colonial guerilla forces in the 1950s
image: Map of Vietnam, where French, Japanese, and later American forces fought insurgents during the 20th century
Map of Vietnam, where French, Japanese, and later American forces fought insurgents during the 20th century

 

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