9781501300998 (online) 9781780937908 (hardback) 9781780935690 (paperback)
New directions in terrorism studies.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-313) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction / Emma Leonard & Gilbert Ramsay Section one. The failure of the international The United Nations, peacekeeping and the globalization of the conflict in Somalia / Kate Seaman Contextual disconnect : the failure of the "international community" in Somalia / Karl Sandstrom Section two. The rise of the transnational Is all jihad local? transnational contention and political violence in Somalia / Peter S. Henne Involving foreign fighters in Somalia / David Malet, Bryan Priest and Sarah Staggs Somali piracy and international crime / Peter Lehr Section three. The new multipolar politics as a response to transnational disorder Re-crossing the Mogadishu line: U.S. policy toward Somalia 1994-2012 / Michael J. Boyle Somalia-China relations : China claiming its place as a global actor? / Monika Thakur Japan's aspirations as a global security actor : the anti-piracy mission off Somalia and the dynamics of Great Power intervention / Yee-Kuang Heng Opposing interests? The geopolitics of the Horn of Africa / Stig Jarle Hansen The European Union comprehensive intervention in Somalia : turning ploughs into swords? / Maria-Luisa Sanchez-Barrueco Section four. Re-imagining intervention must history repeat itself in Somalia? Identity, stability, and the Somali state: indigenous forms and external intervention / Michael Walls and Steve Kibble Conclusion / Gilbert Ramsay and Emma Leonard.