Terrorism in Asymmetrical Conflict

Terrorism in Asymmetrical Conflict

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To engage in terrorist activity, a militant group needs the determination and capability which are provided by its extremist ideology and organizational model. This book explains why terrorist groups are in many ways better tailored, ideologically and organizationally, to asymmetrical confrontation with the conventionally more powerful 'enemy'-the state and the international system. It puts forwad an original typology of terrorism based on the overall level of amilitant group's goals and the extent to which its terrorist activities are linked to a broader armed conflict.Voices of Terror: Manifestos, Writing and Manuals of Al-Qaeda, Hamas, and Other Terrorists from around the World and throughout the Ages (Reed Press: New York, 2004). ... Mao Tse-tung, On Guerrilla Warfare (University of Illinois Press: Champaign, Ill., 2000). Marighella, C., Minimanual of the Urban Guerrilla ( Paladin Press: Boulder, Colo., 1975); the text is also available at alt;http://www. marxists.org/anbsp;...


Title:Terrorism in Asymmetrical Conflict
Author: Ekaterina A. Stepanova
Publisher:Oxford University Press - 2008
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