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Weaker military forces

  • Terrorism [r]: An act, with targets including civilians or civilian infrastructure, intended to create an atmosphere of fear in order to obtain a political objective. [e]
  • Guerrilla warfare [r]: A set of strategic, operational, and tactical actions, within a political context, taken against an enemy in territory dominated by that enemy, by irregular troops, often not uniformed [e]
  • Insurgency [r]: A wide range of political and military actions intended to change a government, through means considered illegal by that government. [e]
  • Coup d'etat [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Subversion [r]: Add brief definition or description
  • Al-Qaeda [r]: International islamist terrorist network. Responsible for the 9-11 attack and other terrorist attacks. [e]
  • Coercion [r]: Inducing or preventing changes in political or individual behavior through the use of threats, intimidation, or some other form of pressure—most commonly, the application of the threat of force; successful coercion is a form of compellence [e]

Unconventional tactics

  • Swarming (military) [r]: A method of military attacking using multiple attack forces against an opponent, which act in an autonomous but synchronized manner, with real-time communications for their coordination [e]
  • Battle of the Teutoburg Forest [r]: A decisive defeat, in 9 Ad, of Roman forces by a group of Germanic tribes commanded by Arminius [e]

Technological imbalance

  • Gulf War [r]: The conflict started by the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait in 1990, and ended with the liberation of Kuwait and major damage to Iraqi forces, by a US-led UN coalition in 1991. [e]
  • Nuclear weapon [r]: an extremely dangerous bomb based atomic fission (the "atom bomb" or A-bomb) or fusion (the "hydrogen" or H-bomb); a powerful conventional bomb is also needed to trigger the atomic reaction. [e]


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