The 2006 Lebanon Campaign and the Future of Warfare


This study of the U.S. Army War College seeks to inform the debate about Hezbollah’s conduct of its 2006 campaign in southern Lebanon.

The authors, Dr. Stephen D. Biddle and Jeffrey A. Friedman,  analyze whether Hezbollah was a nonstate actor employing irregular methods or a nonstate actor waging a state-like conventional war. Their findings shed valuable insights for the future of warfare and the U.S. defense debate.

This monograph was published in September 2008, but we are highlighting it again due to continued interest and relevance.

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