Transnational threats and violent social movements in the Caribbean
This article first appeared in BUCSIS.
ISIL has recruits from over 100 countries. Large numbers from Belgium and France but proportionately it also has a significant number from the Caribbean – specifically Trinidad and Tobago. This is not a coincidence or an aside. This is a major issue to be dealt with for two reasons: ISIL operates in nodes, and ISIL is a violent transnational social movement.
Nodes are standalone operators. They determine attack vectors individually. Their role i...
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