Small Arms: Children and Terrorism

Small Arms: Children and Terrorism

Review ‘Small Arms is a timely book on a critical and long-neglected subject. Mia Bloom and John Horgan’s multidisciplinary approach, comprehensive research, and impressive field work paint a compelling picture of the indoctrination and exploitation of children by terrorists worldwide and sheds new light on this odious and, sadly, increasingly prevalent phenomenon.’ (Bruce Hoffman, Georgetown University and author of Inside Terrorism)’Mia Bloom and John Horgan, among the world’s foremost scholars of terrorism, address the horrific terrorist practice of training children to murder adults. They examine the pressing question of how states can reintegrate these children, if and when they return from the battlefield. Highly recommended for anyone interested in how terrorism and terrorists evolve.’ (Jessica Stern, Boston University, and author of Terror in the Name of God) Read more

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