The Islamic State : combating the caliphate without borders
This book offers insights into the nature of the Islamic State and what the international community can do to combat it. The origins, intentions, leadership, capabilities, and operations of the IS, as well as specific steps that governmental, intergovernmental, and non-governmental bodies can take to counter the IS menace, are examined.
eBook, English, 2015
Lexington Books, Lanham, 2015
PrefaceChapter 1: Historical ContextChapter 2: Intentions and CapabilitiesChapter 3: Membership, Structure, and LeadershipChapter 4: Establishing a Caliphate: From a State to an EmpireChapter 5: Foreign and Women FightersChapter 6: Combating the Islamic State: National, Regional, and Global ResponsesChapter 7: Conclusions and Recommendations