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"Correspondence: Assessing the Synergy Thesis in Iraq"

Journal Article, International Security, volume 37, issue 4, page 173–198

Spring 2013

Authors: John Hagan, Joshua Kaiser, Anna Hanson, Jon R. Lindsay, Austin Long, Stephen Biddle, Former Research Fellow, International Security Program, 1985–1987; Editorial Board Member, Quarterly Journal: International Security, Jeffrey A. Friedman, Research Fellow, International Security Program, 2012–2013, Jacob N. Shapiro

Belfer Center Programs or Projects: Quarterly Journal: International Security

 

SUMMARY

John Hagan, Joshua Kaiser, and Anna Hanson; Jon R. Lindsay and Austin G. Long respond to Stephen Biddle, Jeffrey A. Friedman, and Jacob N. Shapiro's summer 2012 International Security article, "Testing the Surge: Why Did Violence Decline in Iraq in 2007?"

 

The full correspondence is available at MIT Press.

 

For more information about this publication please contact the IS Editorial Assistant at 617-495-1914.

For Academic Citation:

John Hagan, Joshua Kaiser, and Anna Hanson; Jon R. Lindsay and Austin G. Long; and Stephen Biddle, Jeffrey A. Friedman, and Jacob N. Shapiro. "Correspondence: Assessing the Synergy Thesis in Iraq." International Security 37, no. 4 (Spring 2013): 173–198.

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