Terrorism in the Pacific Regions

  • John B. Wolf
Part of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety book series (CJPS)


Ethnic and religious diversity in the Pacific Basin and Indian Ocean regions is being manipulated by astute propagandists. Their communications are altering traditional life-styles by edging people who were previously disenfranchised to push their governments for change. Some of these alterations in past practices have been violent.


Police Officer York Time PACIFIC Region Indian Ocean Region Liberation Theology 
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