Worlds in Collision: Terror and the Future of Global Order

A coherent well-researched book review of 1500 words, the book is: Worlds in Collision: Terror and the Future of Global Order, written by Ken Booth and Tim Dunne and published in London, Palgrave in 2002. The book review should be pproperly structured in a very clear standard, plain British English and first class.
• The sole idea of this book review is only to be critical in many ways such as the style, it’s presentation, and its argument as well as it’s content. It should not be a description of content although description is necessary in circumstance. This book review must combine accuracy, the critical reading and a personal subjective view with and by objectivity.
Areas the should be focused in the review preparation
• • Purpose in writing the above book.
• • The contents?
• • The specific argument that the book conveys.
• • Evidences used by the Author. And if that evidence support the argument.
The above book should be referenced in the review.