Israel’s Security Doctrine and the Trap of “Limited Conflict”
March 1, 2004 | Colonel (Res.) Yehuda Wegman
The many classic examples of low-intensity conflict - in Indo-China, Malaya, Algeria, Cuba, and Northern Ireland - are irrelevant to the case of Israel. Not a single citizen in Britain, France, or the United States had his daily routine in his native country disrupted as a result of the low-intensity combat conducted by his country's army on a foreign battlefield.