Anthony Tucker-Jones is a former defence intelligence officer and a widely published expert on regional conflicts, counter-terrorism and armoured and aerial warfare. He is the author of over thirty books including The Vietnam War: The Tet Offensive 1968, The Gulf War: Operation Desert Storm 1990-1991, The Afghan War: Operation Enduring Freedom 2001-2014 and The Iraq War: Operation Iraqi Freedom 2003-2011. He is security and terrorism correspondent for intersec-The Journal of International Security. Anthony writes extensively for several Pen & Sword military history series including 'Cold War 1945-1991', Death Squads' (on massacres and genocides) and 'Architects of Terror'. His website can be found at www.atuckerjones.com.
As far as Daesh is concerned, it is waging an ancient holy war that will never be extinguished. Such insights make this concise book a valuable resource for understanding the magnitude of the threat posed by the Islamic State and what must be done to defeat it.--Perspectives on Terrorism