High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! War amongst the people
is the term used to denote that the ability of nations to employ
force with utility has declined in the face of a new paradigm: "the
reality in which the people in the streets and houses and fields -
all the people, anywhere - are the battlefield. Military
engagements can take place anywhere, with civilians around, against
civilians, in defence of civilians. Civilians are the targets,
objectives to be won, as much as an opposing force."General Sir
Rupert Smith (UK) coined the term. He is the former deputy
commander of NATO (DSACEUR); his career roles include acting as the
UN commander during the Bosnia conflict, as the commander of the UK
forces during the first Gulf War, and a number of years commanding
UK forces in Northern Ireland.
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