The book explains in practical terms the theoretical teachings of African politics, international relations, and war studies experts, based on operational experiences. The evolution of military engagement and related international legal concepts has profoundly modified the approach to combat and its conduct in the field. The author argues that war studies and the African political landscape have changed significantly in recent years. Therefore, the author asks the question of whether true, enduring, and decisive victory is still possible in contemporary conflicts. Even if the response is positive, is it possible for political and development leaders to understand how best to take advantage of victory for the people of that country?