Between treaty and treason: Dutch collaboration with warlord Teuku Uma during the Aceh War, a case study on the collaboration with indigenous power-holders in colonial warfare

@article{Kitzen2012BetweenTA,
  title={Between treaty and treason: Dutch collaboration with warlord Teuku Uma during the Aceh War, a case study on the collaboration with indigenous power-holders in colonial warfare},
  author={Martijn Kitzen},
  journal={Small Wars \& Insurgencies},
  year={2012},
  volume={23},
  pages={116 - 93}
}
Recent counterinsurgency experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan have demonstrated that the local operating environment often is dominated by indigenous power-holders. As counterinsurgents seek to establish control over the local population, collaboration with these agents has become an essential aspect of contemporary counterinsurgency. Although the practice of constructing collaborative relationships with indigenous power-holders might be perceived as unconventional by today's counterinsurgents… Expand
2 Citations

References

SHOWING 1-10 OF 80 REFERENCES
Tribalism and terror
Enforcing the Peace: Learning from the Imperial Past
De Atjeh Oorlog
The Department of the Army
Een “voorbeeldloze tuchtiging
  • Het militaire optreden van Karel van der Heijden in Atjeh,
  • 2009
Report from the Field, Tribalism and Terror
  • Small Wars & Insurgencies 20,
  • 2009
...
1
2
3
4
5
...