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When Yasir Arafat took the podium at the United Nations wearing his traditional headdress and a pistol in his belt it was a symbolic coup for the PLO. More importantly, it signalled recognition of the guerrilla fighter as a major factor in international politics. Today, guerrilla warfare has become endemic throughout the world. In theatres from Northern Ireland to Sri Lanka, from Spain to the Sudan, from Nicaragua to Angola small bands of men and women fight the forces of the establishment in a desperate struggle for ...

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