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The new terrorism : actors, strategies and tactics

Author: Stefan Goertz; Alexander E Streitparth
Publisher: Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2019]
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In light of asymmetrical security threats in western democracies as well as in conflict regions, this timely book examines the actors, strategies and tactics of Islamist terrorism and transnational organized crime around the globe. The authors develop an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the ideologies, forms of cooperation, and technological means used in new forms of terrorism. The book starts with an  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Stefan Goertz; Alexander E Streitparth
ISBN: 9783030145927 3030145921 3030145913 9783030145910 9783030145934 303014593X 9783030145941 3030145948
OCLC Number: 1100471248
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction --
The Jihadism of the 21st Century as a Worldwide Religious-political Ideology: The New Jihad as Theology and Strategy --
Cooperation, Interaction and Fusion of Transnational Organised Crime and Transnational Jihadism: The New Terrorism --
New Technology in the Hands of the New Terrorism --
Strategy and Tactics of the New Terrorism --
Summary: What is new about new terrorism?.
Responsibility: Stefan Goertz, Alexander E. Streitparth.

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In light of asymmetrical security threats in western democracies as well as in conflict regions, this timely book examines the actors, strategies and tactics of Islamist terrorism and transnational organized crime around the globe. The authors develop an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the ideologies, forms of cooperation, and technological means used in new forms of terrorism. The book starts with an empirical analysis of the new Jihadism as a global Islamist theology and strategy. Furthermore, it investigates the interaction, cooperation and fusion of transnational organized crime and Islamist terrorism and highlights new communication technologies as vital tools for terrorism. Lastly, the book provides an analysis of asymmetrical strategies and tactics used by terrorist organisations, and of low-level terrorism. As such, it will appeal to all political scientists and criminologists studying terrorism, as well as to professionals at various national and international security services.

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