Small Wars Journal

Review: Intersections of Crime and Terror

Review: Intersections of Crime and Terror

By Robert Bunker

e-International Relations  

Intersections of Crime and Terror is a Routledge anthology of hybrid violent non-state actor (VNSA) research that explores the interactions between criminals and terrorists. The editor, Professor Forest of the University of Massachusetts Lowell, is amply qualified to edit this work, due to his current status as a senior fellow with the Joint Special Operations University, and his previous position as the former director of terrorism studies, Combating Terrorism Center, at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point.

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