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Nash in Najaf: Game Theory and Its Applicability to the Iraqi Conflict: A Reprint from “Air and Space Power Journal”
Hank J. Brightman (au)
This is the first known effort to apply the game-theory concepts of “Pareto improved: & “Pareto optimal” strategies as well as “Nash” & “preferred” equilibriums to the Iraqi conflict. Specifically, this article examines how, through application of game theory to this model, U.S. & coalition forces will ultimately suffer casualties at an increasing rate the longer they remain in Iraq. This will occur because both domestic insurgents (DIs) & indigenous security forces (ISFs) will turn away from attacking each other towards a point of mathematical corruption. At this theoretical point, Amer. & coalition troops will become the target of broad-based DI attacks, with intelligence frequently provided by ISFs. Illustrations.
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