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From the PublisherWinner of the 2010 Outstanding Book of the Year Award by the Peace, War, and Social Conflict Section of the American Sociological Association.
"[The Routledge] Handbook of War and Society is a solid work that addresses a wide variety of issues, and its editors deserve praise for its readability and overall quality. Readers with an interest in military sociology and similar areas should find it to be of much value." - C. Dale Walton, Comparative Strategy, 31:103–106, 2012
'To sum up, any serious student of International Relations should be well aware of the issues that are conditioning the capacities of the military in irregular warfare and this book provides an effective way to understand them better through their examination in relation to the lesser known challenges of the Iraq and Afghan conflicts.' - Eric Ouellet, E-IR journal