Date of Award
Master of Arts
Larry A. Valero
Irregular warfare and insurgencies have been on the rise since the end of World War II. A particularly strong example of these conflicts is the ongoing conflict between the Lebanese Hezbollah and the state of Israel. In the course of the conflict, Hezbollah was able to accomplish what other; more powerful Arab states could not: Hezbollah forced Israel to unilaterally end a conflict. How did Hezbollah accomplish this? This thesis will provide a qualitative analysis of Hezbollah's use of the instruments of power in their irregular warfare strategy against Israel during the occupation of southern Lebanon.
Received from ProQuest
Mulhern, Stephen, "An Analysis of Hezbollah's Use of Irregular Warfare" (2012). Open Access Theses & Dissertations. 2149.