The terror network: The secret war of international terrorism ePub download
by Claire Sterling
- ISBN: 029777929X
- ISBN13: 978-0297779292
- ePub: 1676 kb | FB2: 1416 kb
- Language: English
- Publisher: Weidenfeld and Nicolson; 1st ed. edition (1981)
- Pages: 357
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 656
- Format: azw txt lrf mobi
The Terror Network: The Secret War of International Terrorism (. ISBN 0030506611) is a 1981 book by Claire Sterling, published by Henry Holt & Company, which argued that the USSR was using terrorists as a proxy force.
The Terror Network: The Secret War of International Terrorism (. In part because of the book, CIA director William J. Casey commissioned a Special National Intelligence Estimate on Soviet support for terrorism.
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That terror networks exist? Yes, at some point when this book was written, (prior to the nonstop cable news era) . Terror was being practiced befor 9/11. Sterling examines the terror networks and thejustifications used as well as consequences.
That terror networks exist? Yes, at some point when this book was written, (prior to the nonstop cable news era) there must have been a point when the American public somehow, daydreamed otherwise. That was when terrorist news stories were still intermittent and sporadic, mystifying, and 'always happening to some Somewhat too brisk; too glancingly written. Very much has the feel of a cub reporter's long-awaited 'first real book'.
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Offers documentation of a unified network of international terrorism . Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa about the "new cold war" I looked it back up.
Offers documentation of a unified network of international terrorism, examining the people involved and the underlying patterns connecting seemingly unrelated incidents. Claire Sterling states over and over again, that terrorism is specifically intended to force Democratic governments to behave like Fascist/police states, so as to encourage the masses to rise up and make revolution. She quotes terror-organization leaders on this, in case there are doubts. Then she follows the trails to see who is interested in creating that climate.
The Terror Network: The Secret War of International Terrorism () is a 1981 book by Claire Sterling, published by Henry Holt & Company, which argued that the USSR was using terrorists as a proxy force. After receiving the draft estimate, Casey objected that there was less in the draft on Soviet ties to terrorism than in Sterling's book.
Claire Sterling was an American author and journalist whose work focused on crime, political assassination, and terrorism. Sterling"s first book revisited the 1948 death of January Masaryk, the Czechoslovak foreign minister, which she blamed on Soviet or Czechoslovak Stalinists. The book was read and appreciated by Alexander Haig and William Casey, but its arguments were dismissed by the Central Intelligence Agency"s Soviet analysts.
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