Unmasking Terror : A Global Review of Terrorist Activities
The second volume of Unmasking Terror reviews trends and significant events in international terrorism, with selected articles from the journals Terrorism Monitor and Terrorism Focus. Through concise and informative analysis, Unmasking Terror provides invaluable information on terrorist groups that is not often covered in the mainstream media. The book brings together leading experts on terrorism and security, with analysis on the inner workings of terrorist groups, their motives and aims, and their relationships with one another. Written for both the specialist and the general reader, Unmasking Terror is an important resource for anyone serious about understanding terrorism.
- Paperback | 511 pages
- 152.4 x 223.5 x 35.6mm | 839.16g
- 01 Nov 2005
- The Jamestown Foundation
- Washington DC, United States
About Christopher Heffelfinger
Christopher Heffelfinger is the publications coordinator of the Jamestown Foundation. Michael Scheuer is former chief of the bin Laden Unit at the CIA, and the formerly anonymous author of Imperial Hubris: Why the West Is Losing the War on Terror (Potomac Books, 2004).
"Readers will find UNMASKING TERROR filled with insights that enhance their understanding of terrorism. " --Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Harvard University and author of SOFT POWER "Anyone seriously interested in terrorism must read UNMASKING TERROR. " --Marc Sageman, Former CIA case officer and author of UNDERSTANDING TERROR NETWORKS "Jamestown is a leader in providing critical information on terrorism to government officials and the American public. " --Frank Keating, Governor, Oklahoma, 1995-2003 "The Jamestown Foundation's authoritative, leading-edge scholarship continues to be a tremendous asset for my teaching and research." --James Forest, Director of Terrorism Studies, U.S. Military Academy, West Point