Radicalization And Escalation Of Modern Terrorism
The book 'Radicalization and Escalation of Modern Terrorism' describes that the forces behind the new terrorism are structural in nature, the product of modernization and globalization, and terrorists are using the instruments of modernization and globalization to wage their war. Global communications have empowered terrorist organizations, linking like-minded groups, and making it easier to set up essential support structures among diaspora and migrant communities around the world. It also explains that these networks disseminate propaganda, raise funds, recruit and train terrorists and procure weapons. Asia's vast and extensive terrorist groups have provided fertile soil for breeding young and innocent people as terrorists.
DR R N TRIVEDI
Dr. R, N Trivedi, received MA and PhD Degree in Political Science from Bhopal. He is an erudite scholar and thinker, taught Political Science in various universities on different capacities and is at present associated with an international Organization as Senior Fellow. His knowledge is not confined to Political Science only but to religious as well. He has visited almost all the Central Asian Universities either related to his study assignments or to deliver lectures on the politico-religious seminars and symposiums.
Preface v 1. Terrorist Recruitment and Radicalization 1 2. Modern Terrorism: An Evolving Concept 27 3. Political Islam: The Polarization and Radicalization 67 4 New Anti-Global Alliances 81 5. Radicalization for the Far-Right 99 6. Modern Terrorism: The Lessons of Mumbai 107 7. Terrorism and the Liberation Movements 245 8. Conflicting Strategies of Group-based Politics 159 9. The Modern War on Terror and the Response 2223 Bibliography 305 Index 309