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"In this work, international contributors examine ways to confront terrorists and insurgents in the information domain. The book begins with an introductory chapter defining key terms and concepts. The first part of the book provides critical analyses, thematic essays, and examples of how terrorists gain and lose strategic influence. In the next section, contributors focus on the counterterrorism aspects of influence warfare, particularly how governments gain and lose strategic influence. The final section describes cases, such as US strategic communication efforts during the Cold War, the information operations war between Israel and Hezbollah during the summer of 2006, and strategic uses of the Internet by Hizbut Tahrir-Indonesia."
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"Overall, the work contains a snapshot of current thinking on strategic communication in an age of new media. Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates and above."