The insurgent archipelago is an ambitious attempt to trace the evolution of modern insurgency and responses to it from their defining origins to the present john mackinlay sweeps this most political of acts and explains how it has broken free from the confines of time and space. Insurgent archipelago john mackinlay traces the evolution of modern insurgency author draws on his experiences of fighting maoist style insurgencies of the 1950s and 1960s in the jungles of borneo. The insurgent archipelago refers to these elements or nodes of outraged and disaffected people who existed in their territorially separated places across the world but are now connected by proliferating communications and therefore part of the same global movements 221. The insurgent archipelago by john mackinlay c hurst co 20 292 pages ft bookshop price 16 last month kim howells a former british foreign office minister caused a stir inside the labour . The insurgent archipelago is impressive in the effective connections it makes between the ongoing revolution in mass communication recent mass migratory flows and the evolving nature of contemporary global society it prominently signals the failure of western states to come to terms with these aspects of insurgency
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