Journal Article - International Security
How the Weak Win Wars: A Theory of Asymmetric Conflict
Ivan Arreguín-Toft of Harvard University offers a theory of asymmetric conflict to explain “how a weak actor’s strategy can make a strong actor’s power irrevlevant.” According to Arreguín-Toft, the interaction of actor strategies is the best predictor of asymmetric conflict outcomes. After providing quantitative and qualitative tests of his theory, he considers some of the implications of his thesis for both theory building and policymaking.
Report Chapter - Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Report - Washington Institute for Near East Policy
Analysis & Opinions - Foreign Affairs