Book review: Boyle, J.M. (Eds.). (2019). Non-Western Responses to Terrorism. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 504 p.

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Brian Mugabi

RUDN University

Email: mugabi-b@rudn.ru
Assistant, Department of Theory and History of International Relations Moscow, Russian Federation

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