This book presents a comparative analysis of the Global War on Terror GWOT by citizens and scholars from conflict zones post 9/11. During the past 15 years, numerous books have considered the Global War on Terror (GWOT) and the impacts of terrorism from economic, political, and psychosocial viewpoints.
This book analyzes the strategies, tactics, and outcomes of the GWOT; presenting ideas underrepresented in dominant public narratives in the West. This work includes contributions from scholars and policymakers that differ by geographic location. Using Eastern and Western perspectives, it questions the efficacy of the still-evolving GWOT.
The book will interest policymakers as well as students and scholars of terrorism, counter-terrorism, foreign policy, Middle Eastern politics, and international relations.
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