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No End to War: Terrorism in the Twenty-first Century

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While the destruction of the World Trade Center and the strike against the Pentagon shocked the world at large, experts on terrorism like Walter Laqueur couldn't feign complete surprise.

In No End to War, Laqueur, who has devoted three decades to the study of political violence, answers the most-often raised questions about terrorism in the light of 9/11 and the still unsol
Paperback, 288 pages
Published July 30th 2004 by Bloomsbury Academic (first published May 2003)
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Oct 11, 2010 Ben rated it liked it
We read one chapter out of this book--the one on the Far Right--in my history of terrorism class a few years ago, and I had been meaning to come back to read the rest of it for some time. Although a very interesting read, I was a bit disappointed. I didn't really remember much going into it, and had forgotten how much I disliked about his writing style. It skips between seeming very formal academic, and a loose, almost oration-like style. Moreover, there are numerous grammatical and syntax error ...more
Sep 28, 2008 Scott rated it it was ok
French. Good take on the no end aspect. That is unless we do something about it right?
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Laqueur was born in Breslau, Lower Silesia, Prussia (modern Wrocław, Poland), into a Jewish family. In 1938, he left Germany for the British Mandate of Palestine. His parents, who were unable to leave, became victims of the Holocaust.

Laqueur lived in Israel from 1938 to 1953. After one year at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, he joined a Kibbutz and worked as an agricultural laborer from 1939 t
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