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This book...is a well-timed endeavour to dissect international terrorism as well as its regional variants.... Terrorism: Patterns of Internationalization would serve as a ready reckoner for policy practitioners and the general readership for its methodical research and exhaustive bibliography.
Although a great deal of literature has come to the fore post 9/11, an objective and realistic analysis of the phenomenon has not quite been done. [This book] fills the void. The book’s strength lies in its ability to problematise terrorism and elevates the concepts to an academic domain. The closely written introduction by Saikia-Stepnova, both internationally renowned terrorism experts, is testimonial to this…. Apart from the robust analytical content…this book is a work by theatre experts, specialists who dissects terrorist organisations in whose areas of operation they live and work.
The book is targeted at people in all walks of life – policy making community, international affairs, anti-terrorism and other security professionals, journalists, the students of international affairs, security and political science. The book presents a beeline of contributors from the terrorism infested heartland across the globe to let out their pent-up perceptions about the genesis and nemesis of terrorism.
This timely book could be a ‘first’ of its kind for a variety of reasons. To begin with, we have here a lucid, precise and comprehensive definition of the term ‘terrorism’. In consideration of the fact that the term has defied definition and befuddled the best of minds over the decades, this is indeed a huge plus in the work.
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