Trinquier’s Dichotomy: Adding Ideology to Counterinsurgency

By guest contributor Robert Koch After two world wars, the financial and ideological underpinnings of European colonial domination in the world were bankrupt. Yet European governments responded to aspirations for national self-determination with undefined promises of eventual decolonization. Guerrilla insurgencies backed by clandestine organizations were one result. By 1954, new nation-states in China, North Korea, … Continue reading Trinquier’s Dichotomy: Adding Ideology to Counterinsurgency