Forty Years of COIN: The Israeli Occupation of the Palestinian Territories

Toronto, Nathan W.
July 2008
JFQ: Joint Force Quarterly;Summer2008, Issue 50, p79
The article identifies the Israeli occupation policies that have coincided with counterinsurgency (COIN) success and failure in Israel. The author stated that Israeli policies have coincided with COIN success from the beginning of the occupation with its measure of insurgent strength. In addition, Israeli efforts to police Palestinian-on-Palestinian violence coincide with early success against the insurgency.


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