Terrorism 101: An Introductory Reference and Annotated Bibliography
This book is a Must for Libraries Reference Sections Today's terrorists are often part of a global network of highly sophisticated, methodical, comprehensive, well funded terrorist organizations whose perversions of their faiths allow them to justify even the most heinous of acts. It stands to reason that our response must likewise be global, sophisticated, methodical, comprehensive and well funded. We have at our disposal an arsenal of the finest, most powerful weapons available to fight terrorism. Not bombs and bullets, but people: experts in diplomacy, intelligence gathering, computers, anthropology, economics, communications, crisis management, arbitration, languages, foreign realations, and dozens of other fields that can contribute to the all-important task of identifying, stopping and preventing terrorism. If there were a "right" answer to how best to deal with global terorism, surely we would have found it by now. But just as surely, finding the solution must lie in asking the right quesitons.
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This book is relevant to events in Egypt and rest of middle east.
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