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Middle East Studies Occasional Papers Number Two. Examines Al-Qaida's experience dealing with the tribes in Iraq in terms of a triangular relationship involving the Sunni tribes, Al-Qaida, and the government (or the United States as the governing authority in the initial stages), with latter two entities often competing for the allegiance of the tribes.
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- Defense Dept., Navy, Marine Corps, Marine Corps University
- Cigar, Norman
- 2011: 223 p.
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- Middle East Studies Occasional Paper Number TwoMarine Corps University, Middle East StudiesLessons and Prospects for Iraq's Unstable TriangleQaida (Organization)AL QaidaTribes, IraqIraq War, 2003-2011Iraq, Politics and government, 2003-
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