After Bali: The Threat of Terrorism in Southeast Asia by Kumar Ramakrishna, See Seng Tan PDF
By Kumar Ramakrishna, See Seng Tan
This e-book severely analyses the explicit chance of terrorism in Southeast Asia because the Bali blasts of 12 October 2002 and the US-led struggle on Iraq. It deals a finished and important exam of the ideological, socioeconomic and political motivations, trans-regional linkages, and media representations of the terrorist risk within the sector, assesses the efficacy of the neighborhood counter-terror reaction and indicates a extra balanced and nuanced method of battling the fear risk in Southeast Asia. The individuals contain best students of political Islam within the sector, well known terrorism and nearby defense analysts, in addition to extremely popular nearby reporters and commentators. This represents a powerful and unrivaled blend of workmanship.
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This in turn reinforces conspiracy theories like the one recounted in this volume by Tank Hafidz (Chapter 17), that the "CIA and Mossad masterminded the Bali bombings to prove that terrorist networks do exist in Indonesia, so that Jakarta would be drawn into supporting the American-imposed war on terror". Within such a supercharged political and ideological context, is it not at all surprising that Jakarta feels that it must tread very carefully in sentencing radicals like Bashir; that in setting up the Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Counter-Terrorism in 2003 Kuala Lumpur took pains to deny any overt "US interference" in its running; and that Thai Muslims in the southern town of Narathiwat regarded the arrests of alleged JI militants in their midst as a "gesture of appeasement to the United States, and that US President George W.
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After Bali: The Threat of Terrorism in Southeast Asia by Kumar Ramakrishna, See Seng Tan