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Counterinsurgency in Iraq (2003-2006)

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Overview of the conflict in Iraq
Ba'athist regime
Invasion of Iraq
Occupation of Iraq
First priority : setting up a constitutional government
Spring
The spiral downward begins (Spring 2004)
Benchmark one : holding Iraqi elections
Islamic extremists and sectarian violence
A U.S. approach hesitantly unfold
Armed groups in Iraq
Overview
Kurdish separatists
Sunni Arab insurgents
Violent extremists
Shi'ite Arab militias
Criminal gangs
Insurgent use of terrorism
Counterinsurgency in Iraq
Organization and recognition of the U.S. COIN effort is slow to unfold
Traditional U.S. military forces may need to be adjusted
Fallujah
Tal Afar
Baghdad
Air support
Combatting improvised explosive devices
Detainee operations
U.S. development and support of Iraqi forces
Iraqi police
Iraqi armed forces
Assessing progress in counterinsurgency
Iraqi casualties and displacement
Iraqi economy
Iraqi opinion
Accounting for success and failure
Understanding Iraqi society
Little planning for the occupation of Iraq
The impact of a lack od international support for the war
The disastrous effects of prematurely dismantling the Ba'athist regime
The challenge of building a new Iraqi state from scratch
Instituting a new system of justice
Undertaking the reconstruction of Iraq
The consequences of failing to maintain security early on military missions
Lck of infiltration and tips hinder intelligence on the insurgency
Building effective capabilities for counterinsurgency
Use of force
Public safety and security
Partnering with and enabling indigenous forces
Reporting on the enemy and infiltration
Provision of essential services
Informing and influencing operations
Rigorous and coordinated detainee operations
Recommendations
Development of strategy
Coalition-building
Planning process
Unity of effort
Interagency process
Host-nation governance
Funding mechanisms
Counterinsurgency as a mission
Protection of the indigenous population
Personnel policy
U.S. Army special forces
Partnership with indigenous forces
Policing functions
Brigade organization
Gunship-like capability
Intelligence collection and sharing.
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