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Terrorism: Patterns of Internationalization

Jaideep Saikia (Author)
Synopsis Terrorism: Patterns of Internationalization provides a systematic analysis of the concept of internationalization of terrorism. It looks into the Stages and processes through which terrorism has spread in various parts of the would and binds together the facts to present a comprehensive pictures of the distinguishing features that characterize the internationalization of terrorism-from local to global. Through 11 well-researched chapters, leading experts  on terrorism from across five continents express their views and analyze the main patterns, stage, and levels of internationalization of different types of terrorism in a broad cross- regional perspective. The book challenges  a number of conventional patterns of analysis and underlines the importance of visualizing terrorism as an act driven by political motivation, notwithstanding the fact that it is manifested through ideological or religious sentiments. It also analyzes the various tactics used by different terrorist organization in different regions and distinguishes terrorists from other non-state actors. It dwells on the dangerous implications of the internationalization of terrorism and emphasizes the need to develop a research methodology which can help understand the current conceptualization of the phenomenon and bring forward analytical solutions. This will an important sourcebook for the military, the police, law enforcement agencies, and government training institutes. In addition, it will also benefit political analysts and professionals such as counter- insurgency and anti- terrorism experts.
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About the author

Jaideep Saikia

Jaideep Saikia ( Guwahati) and Ekaterina Stepanova (Stockholm/ Moscow) And terrorism and conflict analysts. They had earlier worked on a project on Spoilers and Devious Objectives in peace Processes’ for the United Nations University. This book developed as a result of their close academic interaction And a desire to put together an international team of experts to pioneer a research project on the phenomenon of internationalization of terrorism.

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Title Terrorism: Patterns of Internationalization
Format Hardcover
Date published: 22.05.2009
Edition Ist ed.
Language: English
isbn 9788178299518
length xl+266p., Notes; Appendix; Bibliography; Index; 23cm.