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Published on: May 11, 2015
Know Thy Enemy
How to Fight an Elusive Enemy

The problem of targeting an enemy that avoids battles is not new. Consider, for example, the Roman Empire’s 1st-Century war against Tacfarinas in North Africa.

Jakub Grygiel is the George H.W. Bush Associate Professor of International Relations at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies and senior fellow at the Center of European Policy Analysis (CEPA).
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