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On the 29th of June 2014 ISIS declared the establishment of a caliphate stretching across territories in Iraq and Syria. In response, Operation Inherent Resolve, a US-led 77 nation coalition, was launched to respond to the threat of Islamic State. The West's War Against Islamic State offers the first history of Operation Inherent Resolve and the West's war against ISIS, fr On the 29th of June 2014 ISIS declared the establishment of a caliphate stretching across territories in Iraq and Syria. In response, Operation Inherent Resolve, a US-led 77 nation coalition, was launched to respond to the threat of Islamic State. The West's War Against Islamic State offers the first history of Operation Inherent Resolve and the West's war against ISIS, from its inception in 2014 to the fall of Raqqa in 2017. Andrew Mumford offers a comprehensive analysis and assessment of the military campaign deployed against ISIS in Syria and Iraq by examining the West's strategic objectives as well as the conflicting interests of rival powers, namely Russia, Iran and Turkey. By examining individual operational components of this military engagement such as drone usage, cyber warfare, special forces operations and sponsorship of guerrilla forces, this book offers a unique insight into the nature of modern warfare.


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On the 29th of June 2014 ISIS declared the establishment of a caliphate stretching across territories in Iraq and Syria. In response, Operation Inherent Resolve, a US-led 77 nation coalition, was launched to respond to the threat of Islamic State. The West's War Against Islamic State offers the first history of Operation Inherent Resolve and the West's war against ISIS, fr On the 29th of June 2014 ISIS declared the establishment of a caliphate stretching across territories in Iraq and Syria. In response, Operation Inherent Resolve, a US-led 77 nation coalition, was launched to respond to the threat of Islamic State. The West's War Against Islamic State offers the first history of Operation Inherent Resolve and the West's war against ISIS, from its inception in 2014 to the fall of Raqqa in 2017. Andrew Mumford offers a comprehensive analysis and assessment of the military campaign deployed against ISIS in Syria and Iraq by examining the West's strategic objectives as well as the conflicting interests of rival powers, namely Russia, Iran and Turkey. By examining individual operational components of this military engagement such as drone usage, cyber warfare, special forces operations and sponsorship of guerrilla forces, this book offers a unique insight into the nature of modern warfare.

13 review for The West’s War Against Islamic State: Operation Inherent Resolve in Syria and Iraq: Operation Inherent Resolve in Syria and Iraq

  1. 4 out of 5

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    I received prior access to the book, for which I am extremely grateful. The book is a very good overview of the actions of the international coalition against ISIS and all the challenges that continue to exist today. The author examines in detail the formation of the coalition and the almost immediate problems it faces - such as being seen as "American" and a number of countries, although applying, inactive, or having their own policies without coordination. Problems with regional and global pla I received prior access to the book, for which I am extremely grateful. The book is a very good overview of the actions of the international coalition against ISIS and all the challenges that continue to exist today. The author examines in detail the formation of the coalition and the almost immediate problems it faces - such as being seen as "American" and a number of countries, although applying, inactive, or having their own policies without coordination. Problems with regional and global players such as Russia, Turkey, and Iran are discussed too - each of these countries has its own goals and ways to achieve them. The author also gives a good prognosis and why ISIS is still not destroyed.

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