Beating International Terrorism : An Action Strategy for Preemption and Punishment
by Stephen Sloan
Publisher: Air University Press 2000
Number of pages: 107
Dr. Sloan writes this book primarily for senior- and middle-level officials and officers who will be responsible for conducting war against terrorism. He examines several definitional problems, analyzes the factors involved in developing approaches to counter and preempt terrorism, and looks at the policy issues regarding the use of force.
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