Revolutionary Guerrilla Warfare & the Decolonization Movement

@article{Kraemer1971RevolutionaryGW,
  title={Revolutionary Guerrilla Warfare \& the Decolonization Movement},
  author={Joseph S. Kraemer},
  journal={Polity},
  year={1971},
  volume={4},
  pages={137 - 158}
}
Joseph Kraemer asks-and answers-the question: are guerrilla movements directed against an indigenous government as likely to be successful as those directed against a colonial power? His answer, not entirely to one's surprise, is that they are not. The question seems of some importance because of what he refers to as the political myth of the efficacy of guerrilla movements. Kraemer's study covers the period since World War II, and he properly cautions us not to attempt to generalize to earlier… 
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