Armed groups: Studies in National Security, Counterterrorism, and Counterinsurgency

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Pirates Vikings and Teutonic Knights
3
The Italian Red Brigades 19691984 Political Revolution and Threats to the State
15
Armed Conflict in Cambodia and the UN Response
29
Armed Groups and Diplomacy East Timors FRETILIN Guerrillas
35
Adapting to a Changing Environment The Irish Republican Army as an Armed Group
47
Pseudo Operations A DoubleEdged Sword of Counterinsurgency
61
Present Context and Environment
73
The Threat to the Maritime Domain How Real Is the Terrorist Threat?
75
Arming for Armageddon Myths and Motivations of Violence in American Christian Apocalypticism
225
Glory in Defeat and Other Islamist Ideologies
237
Thinking Differently about Armed Groups
253
The Erosion of Constraints in ArmedGroup Warfare Bloody Tactics and Vulnerable Targets
255
Knowledge Transfer and Shared Learning among Armed Groups
269
The Memory of War Tribes and the Legitimate Use of Force in Iraq
291
Terrorist or Freedom Fighter? Tyrant or Guardian?
311
Disrupting and Influencing Leaders of Armed Groups
323

Armed Groups and the Law
87
Globalization and the Transformation of Armed Groups
115
Is It Possible to Deter Armed Groups?
127
Sanctuary The Geopolitics of Terrorism and Insurgency
135
Small Wars Are Local Debunking Current Assumptions about Countering Small Armed Groups
149
Piracy and the Exploitation of Sanctuary
161
Domestic Terrorism Forgotten But Not Gone
173
The Threat of Armed Street Gangs in America
189
Prosecuting Homegrown Extremists Case Study of the Virginia Paintball Jihad Cell
201
Religion as Inspiration
213
Armed with the Power of Religion Not Just a War of Ideas
215
Armed Groups through the Lens of Anthropology
343
The Shape of Things to Come
355
Children on the Battlefield The Breakdown of Moral Norms
357
The New Silk Road of Terrorism and Organized Crime The Key to Countering the TerrorCrime Nexus
371
Sharia Financing and the Coming Ummah
389
Terrorism as an International Security Problem
405
Takin It to the Streets Hydra Networks Chaos Strategies and the New Asymmetry
419
Virtual Sanctuary Enables Global Insurgency
431
Armed Groups Changing the Rules
447
United Nations Guidelines on Humanitarian Negotiations with Armed Groups
457
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