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Following the liberation of Mosul, it is now possible to examine how local activists evolved into a coherent resistance movement during three years of occupation. In this article, Michael Stevens discusses how this evolution, particularly in non-lethal and information activities, provides lessons in how to build local, sustainable resilience in populations that are vulnerable to adversary narratives, with potential for global application.
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