Skirmishes at the Edge of Empire: The United States and International Terrorism

Skirmishes at the Edge of Empire: The United States and International Terrorism

Skirmishes at the Edge of Empire: The United States and International Terrorism

Skirmishes at the Edge of Empire: The United States and International Terrorism

Synopsis

Over the past 25 years, the United States government has developed, through trial and error, both an understanding of terrorism and the means to deal with it. Using information collected in interviews with key decisionmakers from the Nixon to the Clinton administrations, David Tucker draws both strategic and tactical lessons from the United States' encounters with various terrorist groups. These lessons can be usefully applied to future counterterrorism efforts, as well as to other aspects of national security policy in a post-Cold War world where major conflicts will continue to be played out in numerous small struggles. This study will be must-reading for scholars and professionals in international relations, foreign policy, and military/political affairs.
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