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Journal of Terrorism and Political Violence by Andrew T.H. Tan, University of New South Wales, Sydney Australia (April 1, 2009)
"The massive volume, with some 32 chapters, appears unwieldly but there are genuine gems. Divided into five parts, it begins with an examination of the history of armed groups. The second part examines the present context and environment, with the aim of clarifying the "driving factors that animate the challenges of armed groups today" (p. xvii). . . . The third part examines religion as an inspiration ... The fourth section is an analytical section that Norwitz has titled "Thinking Differents About Armed Groups." ... Finally, the last section examines the shape of things to come. , , ,
The book is recommended not only for researchers, but also for advanced classes, in which it should generate plenty of discussion."