Trends In Outside Support For Insurgent Movements

@inproceedings{Byman2001TrendsIO,
  title={Trends In Outside Support For Insurgent Movements},
  author={Daniel L. Byman and Peter A. Chalk and B Hoffman and William Rosenau and David W. Brannan},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract : State support or sponsorship of an insurgency as an instrument of foreign policy was common during the Cold War. The United States, the Soviet Union, and a host of regional powers backed their favored proxies, often transforming local quarrels into international contests. The end of the Cold War did not end the use of insurgents, but the dimensions and nature of outside aid and the identity of the providers have changed significantly. Hundreds of millions of dollars no longer… Expand
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