The 9/11 attack and the consequent War on Terrorism, especially the invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq, have produced another flood of writing about counterinsurgency. Use of the broad descriptive phrase “low-intensity conflict” seems to have receded, although some types of operations being discussed currently are probably better described by that phrase than by the word “counterinsurgency.” In any event, the amount of relevant literature produced during the past few years is large, and the citations below represent no more than a sampling of some important works.