Translation of counterinsurgency in Spanish:

counterinsurgency

contrainsurgencia, n.

Pronunciation /ˌkaʊntərɪnˈsəːdʒ(ə)nsi//ˌkaʊn(t)ərɪnˈsərdʒənsi/

noun

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    contrainsurgencia feminine
    (techniques/tactics/forces) (before noun) contrainsurgente
    (techniques/tactics/forces) (before noun) de contrainsurgencia
    • He receives detailed and painstaking instruction about the various phases and types of conflict, such as counter-insurgency warfare.
    • Several years of counter-insurgency drives destroyed the remaining guerrilla bases.
    • All counter-insurgency struggles have to be waged at both the military and the political levels.
    • Henceforth, the fight would get really dirty, as all counter-insurgency campaigns inevitably must.
    • Peasant leaders say their communities are still targeted in a counter-insurgency campaign by the military that intimidates poor, mainly indigenous civilians.
    • There are quite a few aircraft like this available, and they are used by many third world countries for border patrol and counter-insurgency.
    • His big point is that the US mainly needs counter-insurgency forces and expertise, but instead has ordinary infantry etc.
    • It has placed U.S. soldiers in a type of guerrilla war that even many counter-insurgency experts consider impossible to win.
    • The counter-insurgency force has a long list of achievements to its credit.
    • However, they are very good at peace-keeping, counter-insurgency and all of that traditional imperial constabulary-type work.
    • As a recent Amnesty International report makes clear, ‘The use of paramilitaries continues to be integral to the military's counter-insurgency strategy’.
    • Much as some may think otherwise, counter-insurgency and its cousin counter-terrorism are old businesses with a lot of history.
    • As long as populations are menaced by banditry, civil war, guerrilla campaigns, and counter-insurgency by beleaguered governments, they cannot be secure.
    • The main missions of the aircraft, in addition to basic and advanced pilot training, are border patrol and counter-insurgency operations.
    • Some much more subtle and effective form of counter-insurgency strategy is necessary.
    • The US command also announced that it is stepping up counter-insurgency training for newly arrived officers to give them the latest tactics about protecting patrols from such attacks.
    • Among them will be, without question, a large contingent of CIA and special forces operatives whose specialty is counter-insurgency.
    • High technology has given U.S. counter-insurgency tactics a punch they didn't have in Vietnam.
    • At the same time, British Army doctrine, reflecting many years of patient counter-insurgency operations, had emphasised the need for controlled and accurate fire in the attack.
    • As long as populations are menaced by banditism, civil war, guerrilla campaigns and counter-insurgency by beleaguered governments, they cannot be safe and secure.