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by Christopher Dobson

Author: Christopher Dobson
Subcategory: Relationships
Language: English
Publisher: Facts on File (April 1, 1989)
Pages: 356 pages
Category: Self-Help
Rating: 4.9
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This book offers the reader a very good run down of the Terrorist organizations currently or historically active. If you are looking for the most comprehensive look at terrorism in the 1980's, this book is excellent. Dobson and Payne detail every group and their motives with intricacy.

This book offers the reader a very good run down of the Terrorist organizations currently or historically active. This book can act as a reference book in many ways. The format is well thought out and the details are easy to get at. They provide a break down of who each of the groups is and why they are active. I loved the stories of the groups actions and training around the world.

The Never Ending War book. The Never-Ending War: Terrorism in the 80s. ISBN. 0816020566 (ISBN13: 9780816020560).

The Never-Ending War book. School Library Journal. Feb 12, 2018 CM Ramakrishnan rated it really liked it.

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The Never-Ending War reveals the activities, tactics and techniques that the terrorists use-and exposes their operations. Payne and Dobson examine the 'state patrons of terror' (Iran, Syria, Libya) to get to the very wellsprings of terrorism today. The Never-Ending War brings this very real and frightening enigma into perspective.

By Walter Laqueur, Christopher Dobson and Ronald Payne, Stephen Segaller .

MORE BY John C. Campbell. The Age of Terrorism. Laqueur's book, an extensive revision of his earlier work Terrorism (1977), is rich in historical background, full in coverage of events and coldly realistic. In The Never-Ending War, two British journalists who have made a specialty of writing about terrorism attempt to put it all together in one comprehensive volume, complete with a "who's who of terror" and a chronology covering the years 1968-1986.

Sometimes the war is a phony war against 'terrorists" who are really mercenary .

Sometimes the war is a phony war against 'terrorists" who are really mercenary forces fighting for the USA and its allies. We see this in Syria. We have seen it used against Russia. The result is the same. The acts of terrorism by US proxy elements and forces in Syria and Ukraine for example are a type of hybrid warfare, used both against the targeted country, for instance Syria, Libya and Russia, and a type of hybrid warfare against its own people and the peoples of its allies to create the necessary propaganda to obtain their support for the very wars.

The War on Terror is the campaign launched by the United States of America in response to the September 11 attacks against organizations designated with terrorism

The War on Terror is the campaign launched by the United States of America in response to the September 11 attacks against organizations designated with terrorism. The campaign, whose stated objective was eliminating international terrorism, began in 2001.

Provides penetrating insights into the mechanics and the minds behind terrorist activity, examines American anti-terrorist tactics, and includes an up-to-date analysis of the Middle East situation