The influence of airstrikes on individual attitudes in Syria

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The influence of airstrikes on individual attitudes in Syria by Mind Map: The influence of airstrikes on individual attitudes in Syria

1. Risk transfer: soldiers -> civilians

1.1. false intelligence

1.2. indiscriminate violence

2. Responsibility to protect

3. Airstrike forces

3.1. Coalition forces

3.2. Syrian government

3.3. Russia

4. Possible methods

4.1. Interviews

4.2. Life stories

4.3. Partnerships

4.3.1. MSF

4.3.2. Amnesty

4.3.3. Airwars

4.3.4. White Helmets

4.4. Exploratory research

5. Social relevance

5.1. Counterproductive?

5.2. To stop the protraction of the conflict

5.3. Policies

5.4. Amnesty international

5.5. Airwars

5.6. Individual level

6. Scientific relevance

6.1. No research on counterinsurgency wars

6.2. No research on individual level

6.3. Lack of research on Syria

7. Possible impact

7.1. Radicalization

7.1.1. "If you inadvertently — legally — kill innocent men, women, and children, then there’s a backlash from that. And so we might kill three and create 10 terrorists.” -US Airforce

7.1.1.1. ISIS

7.1.1.2. Al Nusra

7.1.1.3. Rebels

7.1.1.4. Assad army

7.1.1.5. YPG

7.2. Various coping mechanisms

7.3. Alienation and indifference

7.4. Internally displaced & refugees

7.5. Reputation

8. Target areas?

8.1. Aleppo

8.2. Homs

8.3. Hasaka

8.4. Idlib

8.5. al-Tukhar

8.6. Hama province

9. Comparable cases

9.1. Afghanistan

9.2. Iraq

9.3. Yemen

9.3.1. US policy

9.4. Cambodia

9.5. Vietnam