iGuerilla Focuses on Kurds Closing in on strategic ISIS town near Turkey
John Sutherland, analyst for "Global iGuerilla Update" writes in today’s dispatch from Washington that Kurdish fighters are moving in on Tal Abyad just fifty miles away from the ISIS declared capital of Raqqa. It is a tactical move that can yield the important strategic results of closing the line that brings in recruits and supplies from Turkey.The Kurds offer an antidote to the Shia Militias, the proxy extensions of Iran in the Levant, and are a natural ally for the United States.
Sutherland, author of the forthcoming book iGuerilla: Reshaping the Face of War in the 21st Century is a Senior Analyst for the Department of Defense, a recognized military strategist and a retired Lt. Colonel, USA who served two tours in Iraq. He holds two advanced degrees and has been published broadly in military related magazines with civilian readership. His daily Global dispatches are available at iGuerilla.Historypublishingco.com.
His forthcoming book, iGuerilla: Reshaping the Face of War in the 21st Century 9781940773100,is a study of the changing face of war brought about by the jihadists, how it happened, who is sponsoring it and where it is going and how it can be countered by both military and civilian. It has been hailed by military strategists as a necessary book for those carrying the fight \to the enemy. The publication date is June 25 by History Publishing Company and will be in Barnes and Noble Booksellers, other fine bookstores and on electronic outlets globally. 9781933909706.
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