October 01, 2010

Counterinsurgency and the Future of NATO

By John A. Nagl and Richard Weitz

In this first working paper produced by The Transatlantic Paper Series, CNAS President John Nagl and Non-Resident Senior Fellow Richard Weitz evaluate how NATO can best implement counterinsurgency in Afghanistan.

Read the full working paper from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs.

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