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How similar are the Somali pirates and Naxals? Do they have anything in common or are they entirely different? Which manmade event results in the sudden exodus of refugees, a number so huge that it will tower over the number of refugees triggered by all wars? How do terrorists move and how could we as individuals help in alerting the forces about any such movements? Everyman's War: Strategy, Security and Terrorism In India talks about many such events and the role of a common man in helping the forces deal with all kinds of eventualities. Defense, internal threats, security and terrorism are usually very closely guarded state secrets. As the safety of women takes precedence on the national stage and there is very little information on the topics mentioned above, Raghu Raman tells us some of the details and the methods of the agencies. He decodes for us, in a very simple language, the details of the operations and matters involving national security. Written by a security and terrorism expert, Everyman's War: Strategy, Security and Terrorism In India presents us with contemporary examples and highlights the issues of national security. The author provides us with all of the real dangers and threats to the country and it makes for a very engaging and riveting narrative. The book also has a foreword by India's third National Security Advisor, M. K. Narayanan. Published by RHI in 2013, the book is available in paperback