Confronting Terrorism Financing

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University Press of America, 2005 - Political Science - 67 pages
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This captivating study is an examination of the intricate problem of terrorism financing by some of the field's leading experts, practitioners, and policy-makers. An indispensable resource for the serious student of terrorism.This captivating study is an examination of the intricate problem of terrorism financing by some of the field's leading experts, practitioners, and policy-makers. An indispensable resource for the serious student of terrorism.

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