Terrorism and guerrilla warfare are increasingly common in many countries of the world. This book examines the current state of terrorism and guerrilla warfare and indicates how they may develop in the future. It sets out the different kinds of terrorism and guerrilla warfare and discusses in detail the various types of weapons and techniques favoured by terrorists, assessing for each the latest technological changes and their effects. It looks at intelligence, propaganda and communications. It explores the tactics and strategy of terrorists and guerrillas and surveys the methods currently used and being developed for countering their activities. Throughout the author illustrates the points made with examples from around the world.
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