Table of contents for Insurgency & terrorism : from revolution to apocalypse / Bard E. O'Neill.

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Contents
Foreword by ___________________
Preface
I	Insurgency in the Modern World
The International System
The Domestic Context
The Domestic-International Interplay
Renewed American Involvement
Purpose
II	The Nature of Insurgency
Aspects of Politics
Types of Insurgencies
Identifying Insurgent Types: Six Problems
Goal Identification
The Means: Politics and Forms of Warfare
Summary
III	Insurgent Strategies
		Strategic Approaches
		Assessing Strategic Approaches
		The Transnational Strategy of Al Qaida: Ephemeral or Enduring?
		Summary
IV	The Environment
		The Physical Environment
		The Human Environment
		Summary
V	Popular Support
		Types of Popular Support
		Techniques for Gaining Support
		Summary
VI	Organization and Unity
		Scope
		Complexity
		Cohesion
		Summary
VII	External Support
		Types of External Support
		The Precariousness of External Support
		Summary
VIII	Government Response
		Responding to Insurgent Goals, Strategies, and Means
		Government Response and the Evaluative Criteria
		Flexibility, Integrity, and Equanimity
		Summary
IX	Concluding Observations
		Using the Framework
		Summary
Appendix: Syllabus
Index
About the Author

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Guerrilla warfare -- History -- 20th century.
Guerrilla warfare -- History -- 21st century.
Insurgency -- History -- 20th century.
Insurgency -- History -- 21st century.
Terrorism -- History -- 20th century.
Terrorism -- History -- 21st century.
Military history, Modern -- 20th century.
Military history, Modern -- 21st century.