Islamic State to bring guerrilla warfare to Western cities

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Media Outlet: Washington Times

AFP reports on comments by David Kilcullen, an Australian army veteran, who became the senior counter-insurgency adviser to U.S. Gen. David Petraeus during the Iraq War. Considered a key architect of the “surge” strategy that helped turn the conflict around, Mr. Kilcullen said, “The Paris attacks showed the Islamic State group (IS) was morphing from a terrorist threat into a ‘structured organization’ like the IRA in Ireland or ETA in Spain during the 20th century.”

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David Kilcullen is an ASU Future of War senior fellow at New America. He is the founder and chairman of Caerus Global Solutions and First Mile Geo. He served 25 years as an army officer, diplomat and policy advisor for the Australian and U.S. governments.