Making diplomacy a counterinsurgency weapon

Can non-violent approaches to conflict resolution make a difference in addressing the complex challenges of counterinsurgency? Yes, but that contribution cannot be fully realized under present circumstances.

Daryl Copeland
Published: Wednesday, 05/26/2010 12:00 am EDT

Can non-violent approaches to conflict resolution make a difference in addressing the complex challenges of counterinsurgency? Yes, but that contribution cannot be fully realized under present circumstances.

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