Exploring how irregular warfare forms one element of gray zone actions below the threshold of a conventional military response.
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Andrew Maher is a PhD candidate and lecturer on irregular warfare with the University of New South Wales (UNSW) Canberra. He holds fellowships with the Modern War Institute at West Point, Joint Special Operations University, and Charles Sturt University Terrorism Studies programs. His PhD examines the strategic logic of proxy warfare. He has served in the Australian Army for over twenty years with multiple deployments to Afghanistan and Iraq, and holds BEng/BBus from the University of Southern Queensland and an MA in Defence Studies from UNSW Canberra.
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