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Policing Insurgencies: Cops as Counterinsurgents

Edited by: Christine Fair C. , Edmund A. Walsh, Sumit Ganguly

ISBN13: 9780198094883
Published: March 2014
Publisher: Oxford University Press India
Country of Publication: India
Format: Hardback
Price: £22.99



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The importance of police forces in combating insurgencies is receiving increasing attention from policymakers and national leaders, but there is little academic work addressing the question of how police forces should be trained and deployed in such conflicts. This edited volume sets out to correct this imbalance through a series of case studies, drawn from Central, South, and Southeast Asia, as also Africa and the Middle East, which examine the circumstances under which police forces have failed to quell insurgencies-or even worsened internal security-as well as when they have proved themselves an essential part of the solution. Each case study covers the history of the insurgency, attempts to reform the police forces to confront it, and the success or failure of those attempts, concluding by presenting lessons learned for future counterinsurgent governments. Each chapter is written by a well-established scholar who has spent considerable time in the country under study.

Subjects:
Other Jurisdictions , India
Contents:
CONTENTS:
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
LIST OF TABLES AND FIGURES
LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
INTRODUCTION: THE POLICE IN COUNTERINSURGENCY OPERATIONS, C. CHRISTINE FAIR AND SUMIT GANGULY
1. WHEN THE POLICE ARE THE PROBLEM: THE PHILIPPINE CONSTABULARY AND THE HUKBALAHAP REBELLION, WALTER LADWIG
2. 'THE POLICE MUST BE PART OF THE PEOPLE AND THE PEOPLE PART OF THE POLICE': POLICING IN THE MALAYAN EMERGENCY (1948-60), KUMAR RAMAKRISHNA
3. POLICING IN KENYA DURING THE MAU MAU EMERGENCY, 1952-60, HUW BENNETT AND ANDREW MUMFORD
4. THE ROLE OF THE ROYAL ULSTER CONSTABULARY IN NORTHERN IRELAND MARK COCHRANE
5. PROBLEMS AND POTENTIAL: THE ROLE OF THE POLICE IN THE COLOMBIAN INSURGENCY, JENNIFER TAW
6. POLICE CAPACITY AND INSURGENCY IN PAKISTAN, ADNAN NASEEMULLAH
7. THE POLICE IN AFGHANISTAN, 2002-2011, AUSTIN LONG
8. THE ROLE OF POLICE IN COUNTERINSURGENCY OPERATIONS IN IRAQ, 2003-2006, MATT SHERMAN AND JOSHUA PAUL
9. THE PUNJAB POLICE AND COUNTERINSURGENCY AGAINST SIKH MILITANTS IN INDIA: THE SUCCESSFUL CONVERGENCE OF INTERESTS, IDENTITIES, AND INSTITUTIONS, JUGDEP S. CHIMA
10. THE POLICE AND INDIA'S MAOIST INSURGENCY, ARVIND VERMA
11. POLICE IN COUNTERINSURGENCY: THE CHALLENGE OF COMPREHENSIVE REFORMATION, DAVID P. FIDLER
INDEX
ABOUT THE EDITORS AND CONTRIBUTORS