“[Clutterbuck] combines a shrewd analytical approach with the practical common sense of a successful soldier to develop and explain his theories in a concise and very straightforward manner."
Col. Ian R. Cartwright, Military Journal
“The author is eminently qualified to write on the subject of terrorism…His prescriptive analysis is anchored in a Scholarly context, richly illustrated by incidents from modern history.”
Thomas A. Karel, Law Books in Review
Terrorism and guerrilla warfare, whether justified as resistance to oppression or condemned as disrupting the rule of law, are as old as civilization itself. The power of the terrorist, however, has been magnified by modern weapons, including television, which he has learned to exploit.
To protect itself, society must understand the terrorist and what he is trying to do; thus Dr. Clutterbuck’s purpose in writing this book: “to contribute to the understanding and cooperation between the police, the public and the media.”
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New South African Keywords
Edited by Nick Shepherd and Steven L. Robins
New South African Keywords sets out to do two things. The first is to provide a guide to the key words and key concepts that have come to shape public and political thought and debate in South Africa since 1994. The second purpose is to provide a compendium of cutting-edge thinking on the new society. In this respect some of the most exciting thinkers and commentators on South Africa have tried to capture the complexity of current debates.
Individual Freedoms and State Security in the African Context
The Case of Zimbabwe
By John Hatchard
In 1980 the ZANU/PF government of Robert Mugabe came to power after an extended war of liberation. They inherited a cluster of emergency laws similar to those available to the authorities in South Africa. It was also the beginning of the cynical South African state policy of destabilization of the frontline states. This led to a dangerous period of insurrection in Mashonaland and increased activity by Renamo.Dr.
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