Stratagem in Asymmetry: Nonstate Armed Groups' Use of Deception

Jessee, Devin.
2011

Abstract: The primary question this dissertation seeks to answer is: What factors affect whether nonstate armed groups (NSAGs) employ deception and what kind of deception strategy they target against an adversary? The thesis proposes the endgame theory of deception, which is called such because it argues that for NSAGs engaging in deception, outcome is more ... read more

Subjects
Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
Permanent URL
http://hdl.handle.net/10427/011222
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