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Networks, terrorism and global insurgency / [edited by] Robert J. Bunker.

Location

Public Safety Canada Library

Resource

Books & Reports

Alternate Title

Low intensity conflict and law enforcement.

Call Number

HV 6431 N48 2005

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Bibliography

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Description

xxvi, 211 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

Note

First published as a special issue of Low intensity conflict and law enforcement.

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Contents

1. Preface: future trends in low intensity conflict / Graham H. Turbiville. -- 2. Foreword: responding to the threat / Stephen Sloan. -- 3. Introduction and overview: why response networks? / Robert J. Bunker. -- 4. Netwar revisited: the flight for the future continues / John Arquilla & David F. Ronfeldt. -- 5. The new global security landscape: the road ahead / Max G. Manwaring. -- 6. Globalization's bastards: illegitimate non-state actors in international law / Neal A. Pollard. -- 7. Terrorism, crime and private armies / John P. Sullivan. -- 8. US counter-insurgency vs. Iranian sponsored terrorism / Sean K. Anderson. -- 9. PIRA lessons learned: a model of terrorist leadership succession / Andrew Garfield. -- 10. Challenging the hegemon: Al Qaeda's elevation of asymmetric insurgent warfare onto the global arena / Kimbra L. Fishel. -- 11. Applying order of battle to Al Qaeda operations / Lisa J. Campbell. -- 12. Operational combat analysis of the Al Qaeda network / Robert J. Bunker & Matt Begert. -- 13. 'Brotherhoods' and 'associates': Chechen networks of crime and resistance / Mark Galeotti. -- 14. Multilateral counter-insurgency networks / John P. Sullivan & Robert J. Bunker.

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