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From the Publisher'With Special Operations and Strategy, James D Kiras offers a rare scholarly analysis of the ways in which SO can – and cannot – contribute to strategic success. In so doing, Kiras warns policymakers against making costly and tragically common errors under the influence of theoretical concepts which, whatever their value in other types of operations, are inappropriate for this type of warfare.'
Dr Thomas M. Kane, University of Hull, UK
'...this monograph has great value to policy makers and soldiers, conventional and unconventional.'
Lieutenant Colonel (ret) Thomas P. Odom, Small Wars Journal