Terrorism in an Unstable World
Richard Clutterbuck examines the changing nature of conflict since the end of the Cold War. Using the techniques of his previous books, he analyses the connections between terrorism and drug trafficking and the options available to governments in combatting the terrorist threat, including a review of the current high technology available to law enforcement institutions.
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