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Notes Epigraph. William McRaven, “Posture Statement before 113th Congress House Armed Service Committee,” 6 March 2013, accessed 14 December 2014, http://docs.house.gov/meetings/AS/ AS00/20130306/100394/HHRG-113-AS00-Wstate-McRavenUSNA-20130306.pdf. Epigraph. Department of Defense, Quadrennial Defense Review 2014 (Washington, DC: U.S. Government Printing Office [GPO], March 2014), 24. 1. Ali Kherdy, “How ISIS Came to Be,” The Guardian, 22 August 2014, accessed 14 December 2015, http://www.theguardian.com/ world/2014/aug/22/syria-iraq-incubators-isis-jihad. 2. United States Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC) Pamphlet (TP) 525-3-1, The U.S. Army Operating Concept: Win in a Complex World 2020-2040 (Fort Eustis, VA: TRADOC, 2014). 3. Ahmed S. Hashim, When Counterinsurgency Wins: Sri Lanka’s Defeat of the Tamil Tigers (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2013). 4. TP 525-3-1, AOC, 14. 5. Ibid., iii. 6. Richard G. Stillwell et al., “Army Activities in Underdeveloped Countries Short of Declared War,” General Military History Collection, Combined Arms Research Digital Library, 13 October 1961. 7. Angel Rabasa et al., “Ungoverned Territories: Understanding and Reducing Terrorism Risks” (Santa Monica, CA: RAND Corporation, 2007). 8. Stillwell et al., “Ar my Activities.” 9. Joint Publication ( JP) 5-0, Joint Operations Planning (Washington, DC: U.S. GPO, 2011). This specific reference is from a derivitave from the Executive Summary of JP 5-0. 10. Rabasa et al., “Ungoverned Teritories.” 11. JP 3-22, Foreign Internal Defense (Washington, DC: U.S. GPO, 2010). 12. Rabasa et al., “Ungoverned Territories.” 13. TP 525-3-1, AOC, 16. 14. JP 5-0, Joint Operations Planning, III–42. 15. 22 U.S.C. § 2382(c). This paragraph of the “Coordination with Foreign Policy” subsection identifies the responsibility for supervision and general direction of assistance programs. 16. McCraven, “Posture Statement,” 5. 17. DFAS-IN Manual 37-100-14, The Army Management Structure, 7 August 2013, 14-OSDPG-1–14-OSDPG-2, accessed 3 February 2016, http://www.asafm.army.mil/Documents/OfficeDocuments/ Budget/Guidances/dfas/37100/fy2014/docs/14-OSDPG.doc. 18. U.S. Army Special Operations Command, Directive 525-38, Civil Military Engagement, 2012, 4. 19. U.S. Army Special Operations Command, “ARSOF 2022,” 2013, accessed 14 December 2015, http://www.soc.mil/Assorted%20Pages/ARSOF2022_vFINAL.pdf. 68 20. The White House, “National Security Strategy,” May 2010, accessed 14 December 2015, http://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/ default/files/rss_viewer/national_security_strategy.pdf. 21. Miguel A. Correa, “1st SWTG (A) Capabilities in Support of ARSOF 2022” (Global Area Command Meeting, Fort Bragg, NC, May 2014). 22. Civil Affairs (CA) Commandant, Col. James Wolff, “CA Doctrine,” Intermediate Level Education Briefing, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas, 17 July 2014. 23. Field Manual 3-57, CA Operations (Washington, DC: U.S. GPO, 2011). 24. CA Commandant, “CA Doctrine.” 25. Raza Ahmad Rumi, “Pakistan: Undergoverned Spaces,” CIDOB Policy Research Project, Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, July 2012. 26. Rabasa et al., “Ungoverned Territories,” 45–50. 27. CA Team Leader in Pakistan 2007 and 2009, interview by author for MMAS research, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 17 December 2014. 28. Defense Security Cooperation Agency, Security Assistance Management Manual glossary, s.v. “Mission Strategic Resource Plan,” accessed 15 December 2015, http://www.samm.dsca.mil/ listing/esamm-glossary. The Mission Strategic Resource Plan is defined as “the primary planning document within the USG that defines U.S. national interests in a foreign country and coordinates performance measurement in that country among USG agencies.” 29. Special Operations Command (Forward)-Pakistan Commander 2009, interview by author for MMAS research, Fort Bragg, North Carolina, 18 December 2014. 30. USAID-OTI Deputy Director-Pakistan, 2007-2010, telephonic interview by author, 18 February 2015. 31. Special Operations Command (Forward)-Pakistan Commander, 2014. 32. Brian Fishman, “The Battle for Pakistan Militancy and Conflict across the FATA and NWFP,” Counterterrorism Strategy Initiative Policy Paper, New America Foundation, 2010, accessed 14 January 2015, http://counterterrorism.newamerica.net/sites/ newamerica.net/files/policydocs/fishman.pdf. 33. James Beaulieau, “Protracted State Insurgencies: Counterinsurgency Lessons from Sri Lanka, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Colombia” (thesis, Georgetown University, April 2010), 56, accessed 14 December 2015, https://repository.library.georgetown. edu/handle/10822/553445. 34. Jason Burke, “Tamils Want an End to Sri Lanka Discrimination after Election,” The Observer, 3 April 2010, accessed 14 December 2015, http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/apr/04/ sri-lanka-elections-tamil-minority. 35. Beaulieau, “Protracted State Insurgencies,” 56. 36. CA Team Leader in Sri Lanka 2009, telephone interview by author in support of MMAS research, 2 December 2014. 37. CA Commandant, 2014. 38. CA Team Leader in Sri Lanka, 2014. March-April 2016  MILITARY REVIEW