Terrorist Warfare: Formidable Challenges

Motley, James B.

1985

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  • Volume 9, Issue 2. Summer In this article, Dr. Motley assesses terrorism as a form of warfare. He identifies the place which terrorism occupies on a spectrum of military conflict differentiated by risk, probability of occurrence, and level of intensity. Dr. Motley draws upon this model to outline a corresponding defensive role for U.S. armed forces - a role for which those ... read more
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