Antilibrary

So many books to read, so little time.

Posts Tagged ‘Terrorism

Nothing New Under the Sun

leave a comment »

Adam Elkus

I am finally getting around to reviewing the stack of review copies sent to me from various publishers on security topics. One book I have been especially remiss in reviewing has been Dr. Thomas R. Mockaitis‘ book The “New” Terrorism: Myths and Realities.

An accomplished historian and expert on low-intensity warfare, Mockaitis sets about by defining the myriad terminology of terrorism and insurgency and explaining the tactical and operational interplay between the terrorist and counterterrorist. As such Mockaitis is intent on placing terrorism within the greater spectrum of low-intensity warfare. This is enormously useful for those who can’t tell their VBIEDs from their 4GWs. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Adam Elkus

October 15, 2008 at 3:23 am

Posted in Nonfiction

Tagged with , ,