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The Three Circles of War: Understanding the Dynamics of Conflict in Iraq
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This comprehensive analysis of the combat in Iraq reveals not one, but three uniquely characterized circles of war: interstate conflict, insurgency, and civil war. As the editors and contributors emphasize, even the most effective strategies in a war as complicated as the three-level conflict in Iraq are intertwined and complementary. The goal of The Three Circles of War is to contribute to a deeper understanding of this war, and modern warfare in general, by examining their shared similarities and distinct characteristics, and determining the ways in which they interact across various areas of endeavor.

"This eclectic and holistic volume collects the wisdom of a remarkable set of writers in many disciplines, providing readers with a deeper understanding of how each of these wars unfolded."---Maj. Gen. Robert H. Scales, Jr., USA (Ret.)

"Throughout history, withdrawals from the battlefield have proved complex and fraught with danger. Time and again, nations have ensured future warfare by misunderstanding conflicts just ended. As the American drawdown in Iraq proceeds, Gregg, Rothstein, and Arquilla put us on the path toward wisdom---and what may pass for peace---by properly defining the dynamics of the Iraq War."---Robert Andrews, former special assistant to the secretary of the Army

"The Three Circles of War is a much-needed assessment of the evolving character of the Iraq War. The editors have assembled a first-rate team of contributors who illuminate the complex nature of the war. In so doing, they highlight the challenges inherent in understanding contemporary conflicts."---Thomas Mahnken, professor of strategy, U.S. Naval War College

"The Three Circles of War offers not only a thoughtful analysis on a wide range of critical issues that affected the war in Iraq, but issues that will continue to affect the wars we fight in Afghanistan and beyond. In short, this important volume should be read by anyone who wants to understand the complexities of modern-day armed conflicts, and particularly by those in the U.S. national security system with responsibility for meeting these irregular warfare challenges.---Richard Schultz, professor of international politics, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy

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