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This report's findings should be of particular interest to the intelligence community, policy analysts, and scholars who seek to better understand the nature of insurgency in a post-Cold War era. This study should also be of interest to U.S. government policymakers concerned with adapting American foreign and defense policy to address the challenges posed by insurgent movements today and in the future.
This research was conducted within the International Security and Defense Policy Center (ISDPC) of RAND's National Security Research Division (NSRD). NSRD conducts research and analysis for a broad range of clients, including the U.S. Department of Defense, allied foreign governments, the intelligence community and foundations.
Excerpted from Trends in Outside Support for Insurgent Movements by Daniel Byman Peter Chalk Bruce Hoffman William Rosenau David Brannan Copyright © 2001 by Daniel Byman. Excerpted by permission.
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|Ch. 2||State Support for Insurgencies||9|
|Ch. 3||Diaspora Support for Insurgencies||41|
|Ch. 4||Refugee Support for Insurgencies||61|
|Ch. 5||Other Non-State Supporters of Insurgencies||71|
|Ch. 6||Assessing the Impact of External Support||83|
|Ch. 7||Implications for the Analysis of Insurgency||103|
|App. A||Outside Support for Insurgencies, 1991-2000||109|
|App. B||The LTTE's Military-Related Procurement||117|