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Terrorism in Southeast Asia: A Study Guide

By Gerald L. Houseman Terrorism in Southeast Asia is a topic that rapidly changes in dynamics, character, and factual base. Terrorist organizations and concerns, by their very nature, are shadowy, hidden, and certainly mysterious. Alliances and arrangements within their worlds are always shifting. Leaders come and go in quick succession because they are caught, killed, or replaced; and the strategies, tactics, and even the goals of such movements are never totally clear. This is demonstrated ...

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Jihad in Paradise: Islam and Politics in Southeast Asia

BY MIKE MILLARD ARMONK, NY: M. E. SHARP, 2004 155 PAGES. PAPERBACK ISBN: 0-765613-36-0 A paucity of resources and literature still plagues the topic of terrorism in Southeast Asia despite horrific bombings in Bali, Jakarta, southern Thailand, the Philippines, and other places in recent years, and despite the connections established between these events and the worldwide activities of terrorist organizations. Millard’s effort must therefore be seen as a welcome addition to this thin inve...

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