Selected Literature on Terrorism and Organized Crime

Selected Literature on Terrorism and Organized Crime

Monographs, Edited Volumes, Non-conventional Literature and Prime Articles published since 2001, selected byEric Price (Professional Information Specialist, Editorial Assistant TRI)

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Amoore, L. & de Goede, M. (eds.) (2008) Risk and the war on terror. London & New York: Routledge.[* ]

Barnhart, S.R. (2002) International terrorism and political violence: the entity of trans-national criminal organisations and new terrorisms in the Balkans-Middle East and Eastern Europe, and its effect on the entire world. Victoria, B.C.: Trafford.[* ]

Bayley, D.H. & Perito, R.M. (2010) The police in war: fighting insurgency, terrorism, and violent crime. Boulder: Lynne Rienner Publishers.

Becker, G.S. & Posner, R.A. (2009) Uncommon sense: economic insights, from marriage to terrorism. Chicago & London: The University of Chicago Press.

Benedek, W. (et al.) (eds.) (2010) Transnational terrorism, organized crime and peace-building: human security in the Western Balkans. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Berg, B. L. (2008) Criminal investigation. Boston: McGraw-Hill Higher Education.[* ]

Birzer, M. L. & Roberson, C. (2008) Police field operations: theory meets practice. Boston, MA.: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon. [* ]

Blair, I. (2009) Policing controversy. London: Profile Books.

Canter, D & Youngs, D. (2009) Investigative psychology: offender profiling and the analysis of criminal action. Chichester, Hoboken, NJ.: John Wiley & Sons.

Charles, R.B. (2004) Narcotics and terrorism: links, logic, and looking forward. Philadelphia: Chelsea House Publishers. [* ]

Chaudhary, D.R. & Chaudhary, A.N. (2004) The Maharashtra Control of Organised Crime Act, 1999 (Maharashtra Act 30 of 1999) as extended to NCT of Delhi. Pune, C.T.J. Publications: Delhi Distributors: Capital Pub. House.

Choo, K-K. R. (et al.) (2007) Future directions in technology-enabled crime: 2007-09. Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology.

Clark, L. & Algaier, W.E. (2005) Surveillance detection: the art of prevention : an effective early warning system for preventing criminal and terrorist acts. Bloomington: Ind.: AuthorHouse. [* ]

Cracknell, D.G. (comp.) (2008) Constitutional and administrative law, 2007-2008. London & New York, NY.: Routledge-Cavendish. [* ]

Crawford, A. (ed.) (2011) International and comparative criminal justice and urban governance: convergence and divergence in global, national and local settings. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press.

De Becker, G. (2002) Fear less: real truth about risk, safety, and security in a time of terrorism. Boston, Little: Brown. [* ]

Delpech, T. (2002)  International terrorism and Europe. Paris: European Union Institute for Security Studies.

Demet Ulusoy, M. (ed.) (2008) Political violence, organized crimes, terrorism, and youth. [NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Political Violence, Organized Crimes, Terrorism and Youth (2007:  Ankara, Turkey] Amsterdam, Washington, DC.: IOS Press.

Dijk, J. V. (2008) The world of crime: breaking the silence on problems of security, justice, and development across the world. Los Angeles: Sage Publications. [* ]

Eterno, J.A. & Das, D.K. (2010) Police practices in global perspective. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Forst, B. (2009) Terrorism, crime, and public policy. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press [* ]

Gaouette, M. (2010) Cruising for trouble: cruise ships as soft targets for pirates, terrorists, and common criminals. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Praeger.

Giraldo, J.K. & Trinkunas, H.A. (eds.) (2007) Terrorism financing and state responses: a comparative perspective. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press. [* ]

Goredema, C. (2004) African commitments to combating organised crime and terrorism: a review of eight NEPAD countries. African Human Security Initiative.

Green, P. (2004) State crime: governments, violence and corruption. London: Sterling, Va.: Pluto Press. [* ]

Hagan, F. E. (2011) Introduction to criminology: theories, methods, and criminal behavior. Los Angeles: Sage Publications.

Hamm, M. S. (2007) Terrorism as crime: from Oklahoma City to Al-Qaeda and                       beyond. [* ]

Hayworth, J.D. & Eule, J.J. (2006) Whatever it takes: illegal immigration, border security, and the war on terror. Washington, DC.: Regnery Pub.: Lanham, MD.: National Book Network. [* ]

Hertzberger, E. R. (2007) Counter-terrorism intelligence cooperation in the European                       Union. Turin, Italy: UNICRI.

Hesterman, J. L. (2005) Transnational crime and the criminal-terrorist nexus: synergies and corporate trends. Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.: Air University Press.

Holmes, L. (ed.) (2007) Terrorism, organised crime and corruption: networks and                       linkages. Cheltenham, UK: Northampton, MA.: Edward Elgar. [* ]

Hatalak, O. (ed.) (2002) Papers from the seminar, "The New International Terrorism: Prevention Strategies", UNICRI 19-20 April 2002. Turin, Italy: UNICRI.[* ]

Hough, M & Kruys, G.P.H. (eds.) (2009) Non-military threats to security: selected United Nations and other multilateral documents. Pretoria, Institute for Strategic Studies: University of Pretoria.

Innes, B. (2003) International terrorism. Broomall, PA.: Mason Crest Publishers.

Kelly, R.J & Rieber, R.W. (2003) Terrorism, organized crime & social distress: the new world order. New York: Psycke-Logo Press. [* ]

Konstadinides,T. & Eckes, C. (eds.) (2011) Crime within the area of freedom, security and justice: A European public order. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press. [* ]

Kruger, A. (2008) Organised crime and proceeds of crime law in South Africa. Durban: LexisNexis.

Langewiesche, W. (2004) The outlaw sea: a world of freedom, chaos, and crime. New York: North Point Press. [* ]

Leong, A. (2007) The disruption of international organised crime: an analysis of legal and non-legal strategies. Aldershot,Hants, UK: Burlington, VT.: Ashgate. [*

Lilley, P. (2006) Dirty dealing: the untold truth about global money laundering, international crime and terrorism. London & Philadelphia: Kogan Page. [* ]

Lyman, M. D. (2011) Criminal investigation: the art and the science. Boston: Prentice Hall.

Madsen, F.G. (2009) Transnational organized crime. London & New York: Routledge.

Maguire, M. (et al.) (eds.) (2007) The Oxford handbook of criminology. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press Inc. [* ]

Malisow, B. (2008) Terrorism. New York, NY.: Chelsea House. [* ]

McFarlane, J. (2002) Organised crime and terrorism in the Asia-Pacific Region:                       the reality and the response. Canberra, Australia: Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University.

Maniscalco, P.M. (2006) Security officer's terrorism response guide. Sudbury, Mass.: Jones and Bartlett Publishers. [* ]

Maniscalco, P.M. (2002) Terrorism response: field guide for law enforcement. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall, Boston, Mass.: Pearson Custom Pub. [* ]

Manwaring, M.G. (2008) Insurgency, terrorism, and crime: shadows from the past  and portents for the future. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. [* ]

Newman, G.R. & Clarke, R.V. (2008) Policing terrorism: an executive's guide. Washington, DC.: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, Center for Problem-Oriented Policing.

Occhipinti, J.D. (2003) The politics of EU police cooperation: toward a European FBI? Boulder, Colo.: L. Rienner. [* ]

O'Connor, D. (2005) Closing the gap: a review of the "fitness for purpose" of the current structure of policing in England & Wales. London: HM Inspectorate of Constabulary. [* ]

Orttung, R.W. & Latta, A. (eds.) (2008) Russia's battle with crime, corruption and terrorism. Abingdon, Oxon.: New York, NY.: Routledge.

Payne, R. J. (2011) Global issues: politics, economics, and culture. Boston: Longman.

Perlmutter, D. (2004) Investigating religious terrorism and ritualistic crimes. Boca Raton: CRC Press. [* ]

Philbin, T. (2007) The killer book of true crime: incredible stories, facts and trivia from the world of murder and mayhem. Naperville, Ill.: Sourcebooks, Inc. [* ]

Regoli, R. M. & Hewitt, J.D. (2010) Exploring criminal justice: the essentials. Sudbury, Mass.: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Rimington, S. (2008) Secret asset. New York: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard.

Robb, J. (2007) Brave new war: the next stage of terrorism and the end of globalization. Hoboken, N.J.: John Wiley & Sons. [* ]

Roleff, T.L. (ed.) (2002) War on drugs: opposing viewpoints. San Diego, Calif.: Greenhaven Press.

Ronczkowski, M. (2007) Terrorism and organized hate crime: intelligence gathering, analysis, and investigations. Boca Raton: CRC Press. [* ]

Ruggiero, V. (2006) Understanding political violence: a criminological approach. Maidenhead, Berkshire: New York: Open University Press. [* ]

Ryan, K.J. (2007) Radical eye for the infidel guy: inside the strange world of militant Islam. Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus Books. [* ]

Salisbury, S. (2010) Mohamed's ghosts: an American story of love and fear in the homeland. New York: Nation Books.

Scarry, E. (2010) Rule of law, misrule of men. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.

Schmalleger, F. (2010) Criminology: a brief introduction. Boston: Prentice Hall.

Schmalleger, F. (2009) Criminology today: an integrative introduction. Columbus, Ohio: Pearson/Prentice Hall. [* ]

Schweitzer, G.E.  & Schweizer, C.D. (2002) Superterrorism. Cambridge, MA.: Basic Books.

Simpson, A. (2010) Duplicity and deception: policing the twilight zone of the troubles. Dingle, Ireland: Brandon Books

Smith, P (ed.) Terrorism and violence in Southeast Asia: transnational challenges to states and regional stability. Armonk, New York: M.E. Sharpe. [* ]

Somervill, B. A. (2008) Graphing crime. Chicago, Ill.: Heinemann Library.

South Pacific Forum Secretariat. (2003) Regional framework: including model legislation to address terrorism and transnational organised crime. Suva, Fiji: South Pacific Forum Secretariat.

Thobaben, R.G. (et al.) (2006) Issues in American political life: money, violence, and biology. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Pearson Prentice Hall. [* ]

Upadhyay, A. (2009) India's fragile borderlands: the dynamics of terrorism in north east India. London & New York: I.B. Tauris.

Van Brunschot, E.G. (2009) Risk balance & security. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications. [* ]

Walner, A.H. (2006) Wake up America to crime prevention and anti-terrorism. Bloomington, IN.: Author House.

Weiss, T.G & Daws, S. (eds.) (2007) The Oxford Handbook on the United Nations. Oxford, New York: Oxford University Press. [* ]

Welch, M. (2009) Crimes of power & states of impunity: the U.S. response to terror. New Brunswick, N.J.: Rutgers University Press. [*

White, J. R. (2004) Defending the homeland: domestic intelligence, law enforcement, and security. Belmont, CA.: Wadsworth/Thomson Learning. [* ]

Williams, P.L. (2005) The Al Qaeda connection: international terrorism, organized crime, and the coming apocalypse. Amherst, NY.: Prometheus Books. [* ]

Yonah, A. (ed.) (2010) Terrorists in our midst: combating foreign-affinity terrorism in America. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Praeger Security International.

Zedner, L. (2009) Security. London & New York: Routledge. [ ]

Non-conventional Literature

Albania, Republic of (2007) Crosscutting strategy: fighting against organized crime, trafficking and terrorism. [Meeting held in Tirana] [ ]

Albrecht, H-J.  (n.d.) Concepts of terrorism and organized crime. Max-Plank Institut: Germany. [ ]

Albrecht, H-J.  (n.d.) Terrorism, organized crime and society. Max-Plank Institut: Germany.  [,PP:pdf ]

Berry, L. (et al.) (2003) Nations hospital to organized crime and terrorism. Library of Congress. [ ]

Yvon Dandurand, Y & Chin, V. (2004) Links between terrorism and other forms of crime. Foreign Affairs Canada/UNDOC. [ ]

De Andres, A. P. (2008) West Africa under attack: drugs, organized crime and terrorism as the new threat to global security. UNISCI. [ ]

Elleman, B.A. (et al.) (eds.) (2010) Piracy and maritime crime: historical and modern case studies. Newport, R.I.: Naval War College Press. [* ]

Engel, D. (2006) Organized crime and terrorism in the Balkans: future risks and possible solutions. HUMSEC. [ ]

Fulga, G. (2005) Combating international terrorism & cross-border organized crime. Strenghening the FIS’ international partnerships. Conflict Studies Research Centre: Russia. [ ]

Helfand, N.S. (2003) Asian organized crime and terrorist activity in Canada, 1999-2002. Library of Congress. [ ]

Hollywood, J. (et al.) (2004) Out of the ordinary: finding hidden threats by analyzing                      unusual behavior. Santa Monica, CA.: RAND. [ ]

Hudson, R. (2003) Terrorist and organized crime groups in the Tri-Border Area (TBA) of South America. Library of Congress. [ ]

IMF (2004) Financial Intelligence Units: An Overview. International Monetary Fund and The World Bank Group. [ ]

Joseph, J.M. (n.d.) Organised crime and terrorism exploring linkages in South Asia.

Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies: New Delhi. [ ]

Kukhianidze, A. (2007) Strengthening cooperation in the struggle against terrorism and organized crime. CORDAID. [ ]

Lloyd, R.M (ed.) (2007) Economics and maritime strategy: implications for the 21st century         . Newport, R.I.: Naval War College. [ ]

Marelli            , F (et al.) (2003)  Organised crime and terrorism: dancing together. UNICRI. [ ]

McFarlane, J. (2003) Organised crime and terrorism in the Asia-Pacific Region: the reality and the response. Philipps University Marburg, Germany. [ ]

Ouagrham-Gormley, S.B. (2007) An unrealized Nexus? WMD-related trafficking, terrorism, and organized crime in the former Soviet Union. Arms Control Association. [ ]

Shelley, L.I. (et al.) (2005) Methods and motives: exploring links between transnational organized crime & international terrorism. NCJRS. [ ]

Shelly, L.I. (2003) Organized crime , terrorism and cybercrime.  Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, Germany. [ ]

Stanislawski, B.H. & Hermann, M.G.(2004) Transnational organized crime, terrorism, and WMD. Syracuse University. [ ]

Treverton, G.F. (2005) Making sense of transnational threats: workshop reports. Santa Monica, CA.: RAND National Security Research. [ ]

Treverton, G.F. (et al.) (2009) Film piracy, organized crime and terrorism. RAND. [ ]

UN (2007) Strengthening the United Nations Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Programme, in particular its technical cooperation capacity. [Resolution adopted by the General Assembly][ ]

UNODC (2009) Political declaration on combating illicit drug trafficking, organized crime, terrorism and other serious crime in the Caribbean. UNODC. [ ]

US GAO (2006) International financial crime: Treasury's roles and responsibilities relating to selected provisions of the USA PATRIOT Act: report to the Chairman, Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives.

US GAO (2006) International financial crime: Treasury’s roles and responsibilities relating to selected provisions of the USA Patriot Act. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Govt. Accountability Office.[ ]

US National Capital Planning Commission. Interagency Task Force. (2002) The national capital urban design and security plan. Washington, DC.: National Capital Planning Commission. [ ]

Vermeulen, G. (2002) EU strategy to combat organized crime, EU anti-terrorism policy and EU-US-candidate states law enforcement. IRCP. [ ]

Wagley, J.R. (2006) Transnational organized crime: principal threats and U.S. reponses. CRS. [ ]

Walker, Justine. (2009) Drugs trafficking and terrorism in Central Asia: an anatomy of relationships. St.Andrews University, UK.

Wannenburg, G. (2003) Catching the middleman  fuelling African politics. The South African Institute of International Affairs. [ ]

Williams, P. (2006) Strategy for a New World: combating terrorism and transnational organizations. Oxford University Press. [ ]

Wilson, G.I & Sullivan, J.P. (2007) On gangs, crime, and terrorism. Special to Defense and the National Interest. [ ]

Woehrel, S. (2005) Islamic terrorism and the Balkans. CRS. [ ]

Prime Journal Articles

Angjeli, A. (2003) The Challenge of Terrorism and Organized Crime. Mediterranean Quarterly Vol.14 (3, Summer) ,pp:34-40.

Antonopoulos, G.A. (2007) Cigarette Smugglers: A Note on Four ‘Unusual Suspects’. Global Crime Vol.8 (4) ,pp:393-398.

Bibes, P. (2001) Transnational Organized Crime and Terrorism. Journal of Contemporary Criminal Justice Vol.17 (3, August) ,pp:243-258. [ ]          

Chalk, P. (2003) Non-Military Security in the Wider Middle East. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism Vol.26 (3, May-June) ,pp:197-214.

Clarke, R, (2008) The PIRA, D-Company, and the Crime-Terror Nexus. Terrorism and Political Violence Vol. 20 (3) ,pp:376-395.

Cornell, S. (2007) Narcotics and Armed Conflict: Interaction and Implications. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. Vol.30 (3, March) ,pp:207-227.

Davies, S. (2006) A case of mistaken identity. Significance  Vol.3 (3, September) ,pp:114-117.

Di Filippo, M. (2008) Terrorist Crimes and International Co-operation: Critical Remarks on the Definition and Inclusion of Terrorism in the Category of International Crimes. European Journal of International Law Vol.19 (3, June) ,pp:533-570.

Fletcher N.B. & DiPerna, T.A. (2007) The rule of law: An essential component of the financial war against organized crime and terrorism in the Americas. Journal of Financial Crime Vol.14 (4) ,pp:405-437.

Flyghed, J. (2005) Crime-Control in the Post-Wall Era: The Menace of Security. Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention Vol.6 (2, December) ,pp:165-182.

Fox, J.A.& Levin, J. (2003) Mass Murder: An Analysis of Extreme Violence. Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies Vol.5 (1, January) ,pp:47-64.

Garoupa, N., Klick, J. & Parisi, F. (2006) A law and economics perspective on terrorism. Public Choice Vol.128 (1-2) ,pp:147-168.

Helms, L. (2009) The liberal-democratic foundations of the European nation-state and the challenges of internationalization. International Politics Vol.46 (1, January) ,pp:48-64..

Jasparro, C. & Taylor, J. (2008) Climate Change and Regional Vulnerability to Transnational Security Threats in Southeast Asia. Geopolitics Vol.3 (2, April) ,pp:232-256.

Keyzer, M. (2002) Labeling and the Realization of Cultural Values. De Economist Vol.150 (4, October) ,pp:487-511.

 Leong, A. & Mei, V. (2005) Definitional analysis: the war on terror and organised crime. Journal of Money Laundering Control Vol.3 (1) ,pp:19-36.

Levi, M. (2006) The Media Construction of Financial White-Collar Crimes. British Journal of Criminology Vol.46 (6, November) ,pp:1037-1057.      

Makarenko, T. (2004) The Crime-Terror Continuum: Tracing the Interplay between Transnational Organised Crime and Terrorism. Global Crime Vol. 6 (1) ,pp:129-124.

Mares, D. (2009) Institutions, the Illegal Drug Trade, and Participant Strategies: What Corrupt or Pariah States Have In Common with Liberal Democracy and the Rule of Law. International Interactions Vol.35 (2, April) ,pp:207-239

McDougall, D. (2007) Insecurity in Oceania: An Australian perspective. The Round Table Vol.96 (4, August) ,pp:415-427.

Mullins, S. (2009) Parallels Between Crime and Terrorism: A Social Psychological Perspective. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism Vol.39 (9, September) ,pp:811-830.

Nemeth, E. (2007) Cultural Security: The Evolving Role of Art in International Security. Terrorism and Political Violence  Vol.19 (1, March) ,pp:19-42.

O’Connor, Denis (2010) Performance from the Outside-In. Policing Vol. 4 (2) ,pp:152-6.

Orlova, A.V. (2008) Russia's anti-money laundering regime: law enforcement tool or instrument of domestic control? Journal of Money Laundering Control, Vol.11(3) ,pp:210-233

Picarelli, J.T. (2006) The Turbulent Nexus Of Transnational Organised Crime and Terrorism: A Theory of Malevolent International Relations. Global Crime Vol.7 (1) ,pp:1-24.

Pratt, A. (2004) Human Trafficking: The Nadir of an Unholy Trinity. European Security Vol.13 (1-2) ,pp.55-71.

Ridley, N. (2008) Organized Crime, Money Laundering, and Terrorism. Policing  Vol.2 (1) ,pp:28-35.

Roth, M.P. & Sever, M. (2007) The Kurdish Workers Party (PKK) as Criminal Syndicate: Funding Terrorism through Organized Crime, A Case Study. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism Vol.30 (10, October) ,pp:901-920.

Rudner, M. (2001) Canada’s Communications Security Establishment from Cold War to Globalization. Intelligence and National Security Vol.16 (1, Spring),’pp:97-128.

Saw, D. G. (2004) Interdicting tainted wealth - the perspective from Hong Kong. Journal of Money Laundering Control Vol.7 (3), pp: 275-280.

Shelley, L.I. & Melzer, S.A. (2008)   The Nexus of Organized Crime and Terrorism: Two Case Studies in Cigarette Smuggling. International Journal of Comparative and Applied Justice Vol.32 (1, Spring) , pp:1-21. [ ]

Shelley, L.I. & Picarelli, J.T. (2002) Methods Not Motives: Implications of the Convergence of International Organized Crime and Terrorism. Police Practice and Research Vol.3 (4), pp. 305-318.

Singh, S. (2007) The risks to business presented by organised and economically motivated criminal enterprises. Journal of Financial Crime Vol.14 (1) ,pp. 79-83.

Sörensen, J.S. (2006) The Shadow Economy, War and State Building: Social Transformation and Re-stratification in an Illiberal Economy (Serbia and Kosovo).

Journal of Contemporary European Studies Vol.14 (3) ,pp. 317-351.

Stodiek, T. (2009) OSCE's police-related activities: Lessons-learned during the last decade. Security and Human Rights Vol.20(3) ,pp. 201-220.

Thorne, K. (2005) Designing virtual organizations? Themes and trends in political and organizational discourses. The Journal of Management Development Vol.24 (7) ,pp. 580-607.

Trim, P. R.J. (2003) Disaster management and the role of the intelligence and security services. Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal Vol.12(1) ,pp. 6-15.

UN (2005) Poverty, Infectious Disease, and Environmental Degradation as Threats to Collective Security: A UN Panel Report. Population and Development Review Vol.33 (3, September) ,pp. 595-600.              

Walker, C. (2006) Clamping Down on Terrorism in the United Kingdom. Journal of International Criminal Justice Vol.4 (5), pp. 1137-1151.

Wiebes, C. (2001) Dutch Sigint during the Cold War, 1945-94. Intelligence and National Security Vol.16 (1, Spring), pp:243-284.

Yusuf, I. (2007) The Southern Thailand Conflict and the Muslim World. The Southern Thailand Conflict and the Muslim World Vol.27 (2, August), pp:319-339.

Zhu, L. (2010) Chinese Practice in Public International Law: 2009. Chinese Journal of International Law Vol.9 (3, September) , pp:607-662.

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