4 edition of Guerrilla and terrorist organisations found in the catalog.
Guerrilla and terrorist organisations
|Statement||Peter Janke with Richard Sim.|
|LC Classifications||JC328.6 .J36 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 531 p. :|
|Number of Pages||531|
|LC Control Number||83009331|
This is a listing of over guerrilla and terrorist organizations around the world, categorized by host country. The list was compiled from the Rand Corporation database on terrorism and the book by Peter Janke: "Guerrilla and Terrorist Organisations: A World Directory and Bibliography."Author: Bonnie Cordes. When Peru's military government allowed elections for the first time in a dozen years in , the Shining Path was one of the few leftist political groups that declined to take part. It chose to begin guerrilla war in the highlands of the Ayacucho , on the eve of the presidential elections, it burned ballot boxes in the town of gy: Communism, Marxism–Leninism–Maoism, Anti .
The interplay between terrorism, insurgency, and civil war in the Middle East. Assaf Moghadam | Director of Academic Affairs, International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT), Interdisciplinary Center (IDC), Herzliya. Theme. 1. Terrorist groups are generally distinguished from guerrilla organisations. the basic unit of traditional terrorist organization. Groups of cells form columns. Members seldom know one another. IN more recent terrorist, structures cell describes a tactical group disputed by the network for selected operations Groups of cells in a terrorist or guerrilla organization. umbrella. A group that shelters, supports, and.
SuperSummary, a modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, offers high-quality study guides that feature detailed chapter summaries and analysis of major themes, characters, quotes, and essay topics. This one-page guide includes a plot summary and brief analysis of Guerrilla Warfare by Che Guevara. Guerrilla Warfare is a work of nonfiction by famed revolutionary, Ernesto “Che” Guevara. Eventually, the terrorist attacks performed by the jihadists became the focus of Western press coverage, and the name of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi emerged as the most prominent name associated (in the English language press) with the Iraqi resistance. Zarqawi was reputed to have made his headquarters in Falluja.
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Eventually, most terrorist and guerrilla groups are defeated by governments or gradually die off - sometimes becoming political parties, democratically participating in the non-violent governance of their states.
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“Where an open war is impossible, oppression can continue quietly behind the scenes. Terrorism. Guerrilla warfare, violence, prisons, concentration camps. I ask you: Is this peace. The true antipode of peace is violence. And those who want peace in the world should remove not. The theme of this book is that terrorism--the attack on an individual to frighten and coerce a large number of others--is as old as civilization itself.
It is the recourse of a minority or even of a single dissident frustrated by the inability to make society shift in the desired direction by what that society regards as 'legitimate' means. Book Description: Terrorism and guerrilla warfare, whether justified as resistance to oppression or condemned as disrupting the rule of law, are as old as civilization itself.
The power of the terrorist, however, has been magnified by modern weapons, including television, which he has learned to exploit. This book examines the current state of terrorism and guerrilla warfare and indicates how they may develop in the future.
It sets out the different kinds of terrorism and guerrilla warfare and discusses in detail the various types of weapons and techniques favoured by terrorists, assessing for each the latest technological changes and their by: Urban guerrilla groups and terrorist organizations clearly constitute one of the greatest threats to our forces abroad.
Because of the randomness and unpredictability of guerrilla offensive operations and terrorist acts, it is important that all service members, private through general, understand these organizations and the threat that they Size: KB.
Terrorist attacks also are now a common tactic in guerrilla warfare. Governments find attacks by terrorist groups difficult to prevent; international agreements to tighten borders or return terrorists for trial may offer some deterrence. Terrorism reaches back.
the groups on the State Department's foreign terrorist organizations list could just as easily be. classified as guerrillas or insurgents. A group, let's say, like the FARC in Colombia that engages in narcotics trafficking, that certainly.
is a guerrilla group. Guerrillas compose of a certain number of militant groups, acting as a military unit and thus take the name of paramilitary forces or combatants. Guerrilla tactics include; ambush, sabotage, hit.
Guerrilla and Terrorist Organisations: A World Directory and Bibliography. By Peter Janke. (New York: Macmillan Publishing, Pp.
xxvi + $) - Volume 78 Issue 2. Paul Ashley's "The Complete Encyclopedia of Terrorist Organizations" is a great reference on global militant groups. The author's extensive, in-the-thick-of-the-fight experience in several world regions is demonstrated by his careful attention to practical nuance in each of the entries in this book/5(5).
This book is a series of documents the first written inthe last a pamphlet published in English a few months before Che Guevara was killed, a South American revolutionary and hero. The book looks at guerrilla warfare in particular fighting in places of a similar landscape to South America and elsewhere/5.
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The book’s chapters cover terrorist groups ranging from the early Russian nihilists, the Black International anarchists, the nationalist Irish Republican Brotherhood, to post s terrorism in the form of Palestinian groups, the Red Brigades, the Red Army Faction, as well as the contemporary global threats fueled by al Qaida and its.
The use of guerrilla warfare was first suggested in the 6th century BC by Chinese general and strategist Sun Tzu, in his classic book, The Art of BC, Roman Dictator Quintus Fabius Maximus, often called the “father of guerrilla warfare,” used his “Fabian strategy” to defeat the mighty invading army of Carthaginian general Hannibal : Robert Longley.
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Due to its relatively simple design and compact size, the AK became the favored weapon of many of the world's militaries. Though the Red Army elected to move away from the AK during the s, it remains in widespread military use with other nations—and.
Hawkish historian Max Boot is out with a book on insurgency. In Invisible Armies: An Epic History of Guerrilla Warfare from Ancient Times to the Present, the emphasis is on the epic – the tome weighs in at pages.
It’ll be released Tuesday, Jan. Seeing as the campaigns in both Afghanistan and Iraq have been more irregular than regular, perhaps it’s an apt time for a primer on the.
[Book review]: Bombs and Ballots: Governance by Islamist Terrorist and Guerrilla Groups. Eventually, most terrorist and guerrilla groups are defeated by governments or gradually die off - sometimes becoming political parties, democratically participating in the non-violent governance of their states.
Yet some terrorist and guerrilla groups maintain military capabilities, using violence and democratic participation simultaneously.
Thomas A. Karel, Law Books in Review. Terrorism and guerrilla warfare, whether justified as resistance to oppression or condemned as disrupting the rule of law, are as old as civilization itself.
The power of the terrorist, however, has been magnified by modern weapons, including television, which he .Guerrilla warfare is a form of irregular warfare in which small groups of combatants, such as paramilitary personnel, armed civilians, or irregulars, use military tactics including ambushes, sabotage, raids, petty warfare, hit-and-run tactics, and mobility, to fight a larger and less-mobile traditional military.
Islamic State is far from defeated in Iraq and Syria, actively sending out messages to its extremists to revert to the terrorist group's tactics of assassinations, bombs and : Rowan Scarborough.