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COIN machine : the British military in Afghanistan
This article examines Britain's capabilities and resources in Helmand Province, and assesses the high-level strategy and civilian-military inter-relationships that provide the overarching framework of current operations. In doing so, Theo Farrell and Stuart Gordon analyse the British counter-insurgency approach, arguing that the UK's troops have faced and overcome unique challenges in Afghanistan.
10.1080/03071840903097597
English

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Author Theo Farrell

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Co-author Stuart Gordon

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154
3
Yes
0307-1847
Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group
13 July 2009
Paperback
18-25
Abingdon
Post-print
The RUSI journal

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Harvard

Farrell, Theo and Gordon, Stuart (2009) COIN machine : the British military in Afghanistan. The RUSI journal. 154 (3), pp. 18-25 Abingdon: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.

Vancouver

Farrell Theo and Gordon Stuart. COIN machine : the British military in Afghanistan. The RUSI journal 2009; 154 (3): 18-25.