Traces the religious, cultural and political development of JI, and argues that it has important features in common with other organisations linked to al Qaeda. Based on extensive research in Indonesia, Barton assesses the level of support for JI and the Indonesian government's success in dealing with the threat it poses.
School of Social and International Studies
Field of Research
169999 Studies in Human Society not elsewhere classified
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