Towards mercenary anthropology? The new US Army counterinsurgency manual FM 3–24 and the military-anthropology complex
Editor's note: This is the second of two articles in this issue of ANTHROPOLOGY TODAY looking at how anthropological research, and that of other social and behavioural sciences, is being appropriated in war. For replies to Roberto González by David Kilcullen and Montgomery McFate, see pp. 20–21.