The Talibanization of Southeast Asia: losing the war on terror to Islamist extremists

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Singh (political science, National U. of Singapore) analyzes the emergence of radical jihadi terrorism in Southeast Asia generally and in more detailed form in the case of the origins, structure, and strategy of al-Jamaah al-Islamiyyah (AJAI or the "Congregation of Muslims"). He also offers analysis of individual state and regional responses to terrorism and the AJAI and speculates on the consequences of the "Talibanization" of Southeast Asia for the region and beyond. Annotation ©2008 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
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table_of_contents Behind the veil of successful counterterrorism -- Religious extremism and terrorism : a conceptual framework -- Southeast Asia's experience with old and new Islamist extremism and Jihadism-- The rise of Al Jamaah Al Islamiyyah as Southeast Asia's leading transnational terrorist organization -- Counterterrorism in Southeast Asia : one step forward, two-steps backward -- Southeast Asia's failure in its war on terror against Islamist extremism and road ahead.
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title The Talibanization of Southeast Asia losing the war on terror to Islamist extremists
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title_full The Talibanization of Southeast Asia [electronic resource] : losing the war on terror to Islamist extremists / Bilveer Singh
title_short The Talibanization of Southeast Asia
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title_sub losing the war on terror to Islamist extremists