From the Introduction: "This volume provides analysis of countering transregional terrorism from a broad range of perspectives. The chapters are written by practitioners who are active in operations, policy, and research. The reader will benefit from synthesizing these divergent viewpoints. The following can be considered an executive summary of each chapter to highlight the arguments and propositions of each author. The hope is that the reader will gain a better appreciation for the complex nature of the transregional terrorism problem set--even better if the reader can identify and advocate for certain possible solutions for implementation. As General Raymond A. Thomas III, United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) Commander argues, '[countering transregional threats] requires focused effort to secure and hold our gains by empowering local entities within and among the populations that terrorists exploit.'"
JSOU Report 18-5; Joint Special Operations University Report 18-5
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