Small Wars Journal

anthropology

The Study of Human Behaviour in Post-9/11 War: Why Psychologists Co-operate with the U.S. Military and Anthropologists Fight Back

An understanding of society is integral to the human enterprise of armed conflict. This is why the US military has synthesized its tactics with social science research in post-9/11 operations.

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Who’s on First? Or Why Fences Matter More Than Al-Qaeda in Mali Peter J. Munson Wed, 03/13/2013 - 4:30am

The provision of both financial and development programs in the northern territories of Mali is an effective way to deter vulnerable groups from adhering to AQ ideology.