THE VIETNAMIZATION OF THE LONG WAR ON TERROR: AN ONGOING LESSON IN INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW NON-COMPLIANCE.

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Abstract

The article focuses on 5th Stryker Brigade's troubling behavior within the military's recent shift to counterinsurgency and the specific challenges the brigade faced. Topics discussed include military's numerous failures to heed red flags over the course of the brigade's participation in the Afghanistan conflict, court martials and investigations along with a snapshot of the international reactions to the U.S. military's behavior and high risk soldiers from active duty when demand for troops.
Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages575-593
Number of pages19
Volume30
No1
Specialist publicationBoston University International Law Journal
PublisherBoston University
StatePublished - Jun 1 2012

Keywords

  • STRYKER brigade combat teams
  • COUNTERINSURGENCY
  • INTERNATIONAL law
  • AFGHAN War, 2001-
  • MILITARY personnel

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