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GSPIA PhD Candidate Co-Authors Article in Joint Forces Quarterly

12/22/2010

12/22/2010

GSPIA PhD candidate Colin Clarke recently co-authored an article, “Counterinsurgency Worldwide” with Dr. Christopher Paul, a social scientist at the RAND Corporation. The article will be published in the January issue of Joint Forces Quarterly. Read More.

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