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U.S. Counter Terrorism Efforts in Africa



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U.S. Counter Terrorism Efforts in Africa
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In this book, the author finds that current counter-terrorism strategies have yielded limited results in addressing the threat posed by terrorist groups operating in and from failed states. They argue that the uniquely challenging conditions in such states require a new approach to counter-terrorism. By integrating the law enforcement and military instruments of power, U.S. strategists can craft an approach to counter-terrorism that leverages the core competencies of both the military and law enforcement communities. The authors conclude that the synergies available from an integrated approach promise to be more effective in locating, apprehending, and bringing to justice terrorists and suspected terrorists in failed states than either the military or law enforcement communities operating independently.
Release date Australia
December 8th, 2009
Edited by George H. Rasmussen
Country of Publication
United States
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Nova Science Publishers Inc
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