Many Americans associate Islam?and Islamist terrorism--exclusively
with the greater Middle East. Yet the countries with the largest
Muslim populations are actually located in Asia, where Islamic
extremism is also a significant and growing concern.This volume provides essential background and surveys recent
trends. It examines a variety of homegrown Asian terrorist groups,
detailing their goals, methods, and links with international organizations
such as al-Qaeda. It also outlines the options available to U.S.
policymakers and to Asian governments as they attempt to stem the
tide of militant Islam.
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