(Countering) Violent Extremism and Terrorism

(Countering) Violent Extremism and Terrorism

A Brief Bibliography (BSPT - EP -2014-2)

Compiled and selected by Eric Price  


NB: some of the items listed below are clickable and allow access to the full text; those with an asterix [*] only have a clickable table of contents/only more information.

Abou el Fadl, K. (2005) The great theft: Wrestling Islam from the extremists New York, NY: HarperCollins [*http://www.harpercollins.com/browseinside/index.aspx?isbn13=9780061189036]

Aboul-Enein, Y. H. (2010) Militant Islamist ideology: Understanding the global threat Annapolis, MD: Naval Institute Press


Addison, M. (2002) Violent politics: strategies of internal conflict Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York: Palgrave, in association with St. Antony's College, Oxford


Barrett, P. (2007) American Islam: the struggle for the soul of a religion New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux


Bastian G. (ed.) (2010) Europe and global security London: International Institute for Strategic Studies


Ben-Shaul, N. S. (2006) A violent world: TV news images of Middle Eastern terror and war Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield


Beyer, C. (2008) Violent globalisms: conflict in response to empire Aldershot, Hants, England; Burlington, VT: Ashgate


Bjørgo, T. (ed.) (1995) Terror from the extreme right London; Portland, Or.: Frank Cass


Bötticher, A. & Mares, M. (2012) Extremismus. Theories – Konzepte – Formen Munich: Oldenbourg Verlag

Brown, D.J. & Merrill, R. (eds.) (1993) Violent persuasions: the politics and imagery of terrorism Seattle: Bay Press


Celso, A.  (2014) Al Qaeda's post 9/11 devolution: the failed jihadist struggle against the near and far enemy New York: Bloomsbury Academic


Cento Bull, A. (2007) Italian neofascism: the strategy of tension and the politics of nonreconciliation New York: Berghahn Books


Corman, S.R. & Trethewey, A. & Goodall, Jr., H.L. (eds.) (2008) Weapons of mass persuasion: strategic communication to combat violent extremism New York: Peter Lang


Cotton, J. & Ravenhill, J. (eds.) Trading on alliance security: Australia in world affairs, 2001-2005 South Melbourne, Vic.: Oxford University Press


Currie, S. (2002) Terrorists and terrorist groups San Diego, Calif.: Lucent Books


Dzikansky, M. & Kleiman, G. & Slater, R. (2011) Terrorist suicide bombings: Attack interdiction, mitigation, and response Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press


Elliott, P. (1998) Brotherhoods of fear: a history of violent organizations London: Blandford; New York, NY: Distributed in the USA by Sterling Pub. Co.


El-Said, H. &  Harrigan, J. (2012) Deradicalising violent extremists: counter-radicalisation and deradicalisation programmes and their impact in muslim majority states  London; New York: Routledge


Elshtain, J. B. (2003) Just war against terror: the burden of American power in a violent world New York: Basic Books


Fay, M-T. & Morrissey, M. & Smyth, M. (1999) Northern Ireland's troubles: the human costs London; Sterling, Va.: Pluto Press


Friend, M.A. & Kohn, J.P. (2014) Terrorism preparedness [in] Fundamentals of occupational safety and health [pp.303-319] Lanham: Bernan Press


Goodall Jr, H. L. (2010) Counter-narrative: How progressive academics can challenge extremists and promote social justice Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press


Gregory, D. & Pred, A. (eds.) (2007) Violent geographies: fear, terror, and political violence New York: Routledge [*http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0613/2006014049.html]

Grinapol, C. (2014) Careers on antiterrorism & counterterrorism task forces New York: Rosen Pub.


Habeck, M. (2006) Knowing the enemy: Jihadist ideology and the war on terror New Haven, CT: Yale University Press [*http://yalepress.yale.edu/yupbooks/book.asp?isbn=0300113064]

Hare, I. & Weinstein, J. (eds.) (2009) Extreme speech and democracy Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press [*http://ukcatalogue.oup.com/product/9780199601790.do]

Heitmeyer, W. (et al.) (eds.) Control of violence: historical and international perspectives on violence in modern societies New York; London: Springer


Ignatieff, M. (2004) The lesser evil: political ethics in an age of terror Princeton: Princeton University Press [*http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy0606/2003107023.html]

Inbar, E., & Frish, H. (2008) Radical Islam and international security: Challenges and responses New York, NY: Routledge


Jacoby, R. (2011) Bloodlust: on the roots of violence from Cain and Abel to the present New York: Free Press [*http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy1116/2010028150-d.html]

Juergensmeyer, M. (2003) Terror in the Mind of God: The Global Rise of Religious Violence Berkeley; Los Angeles; London:  University of California Press


Kapur, G,B. & Smith, J.P. (ed.) (2011) Emergency public health: preparedness and response Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning [*http://www.jblearning.com/catalog/9780763758707/]

Katzenstein, P. J. & Tsujinaka, Y. (1991) Defending the Japanese state: structures, norms, and the political responses to terrorism and violent social protest in the 1970s and 1980s Ithaca, N.Y.: East Asia Program, Cornell University


Kellner, D. (2008) Guys and guns amok: domestic terrorism and school shootings from the Oklahoma City bombing to the Virginia Tech massacre Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers


Kepel, G. (2004) The war for Muslim minds: Islam and the West Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press


Kirkpatrick, J. (2008) Uncivil disobedience: studies in violence and democratic politics Princeton: Princeton University Press


Khosrokhavar, F. (2005) Suicide bombers: Allah's new martyrs London: Pluto Press


Kunreuther, H. & Useem, M. (eds.) (2010) Learning from catastrophes: strategies for reaction and response Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Wharton School Pub.


Larson, K. (et al.) (eds.) (2011) The truth about violence New York: Facts On File


Law, S. (2008) Israel, Palestine and terror London; New York: Continuum


Michael, G. (2006) The enemy of my enemy: the alarming convergence of militant Islam and the extreme right  Lawrence, Kan.: University Press of Kansas


Michael, G. (2012) Lone wolf terror and the rise of leaderless resistance Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press


Moghaddam, F. M. (2004) Cultural continuities beneath the conflict between radical Islam and pro-western forces: The case of Iran [in] Lee, Y.T., (et al.) (eds.) The psychology

of ethnic and cultural conflict [pp. 115-132] Westport, CT: Praeger


Moser, R.S. & Frantz, C.E. (eds.) (2003) Shocking violence II: violent disaster, war, and terrorism affecting our youth Springfield, Ill.: Charles C. Thomas


Norval, M. (2002) The fifteen century war: Islam's violent heritage Indian Wells, Calif.: McKenna Pub.[*http://www.mckennapubgrp.com/cart.php?m=product_detail&p=27]

Ó Murchadha, F. (ed.) (2006) Violence, victims, justifications: philosophical approaches Oxford; New York: Peter Lang


Pick, T.M. & Speckhard, A. & Jacuch, B. (eds.) (2009) Home-grown terrorism: understanding and addressing the root causes of radicalisation among groups with an immigrant heritage in Europe Amsterdam: IOS Press


Price, D.M & Morris, J.W. (eds.) (2011) Understanding and responding to causes of violent extremism New York: Nova Science Publishers


Puistola, J.-A. & Herrala, J. (2008) Terrorism in Europe: terrorism as an extreme expression of political, economic, and cultural frustration Chichester: Bonnier


Rankin, G,.T. & Cowen, K.M. (eds.) (2012) Muslims in Europe: integration and counter-extremism efforts Hauppauge, N.Y.: Nova Science Publishers


Rosenberg, T. (1991) Children of Cain: violence and the violent in Latin America New York: Wm. Morrow


Ross, D. (2004) Violent democracy Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press


Rothbart, D. & Korostelina, K.V. (eds.) (2006) Identity, morality, and threat: studies in violent conflict Lanham: Lexington Books [*http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0620/2006027374.html]

Sageman, M. (2011) Countering Extremist Violence [in] Canna, S. (ed.) Countering violent extremism: Scientific methods & strategies [pp.29-36] Washington, DC: NSI


Sanyasi, A. (2004) Extreme emergencies: humanitarian assistance to civilian populations following chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive incidents – a sourcebook  Rugby: ITDG


Southers, E. G. (2013) Homegrown violent extremism Amsterdam: Anderson Publishing


Staub, E. (2011) Overcoming evil: genocide, violent conflict, and terrorism Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press


Sunstei, C.R. (2009) Going to Extremes: How Like Minds Unite and Divide Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press


Sussex, M. (ed.) (2012) Conflict in the former USSR Cambridge: Cambridge University Press


Taylor, M. & Holbrook, D. & Currie, P.M. (eds.) (2013) Extreme right wing political violence and terrorism London; New York: Bloomsbury


Taylor, R. (2002) History of terrorism San Diego, Calif.: Lucent Books


Thomas, T.S. & Casebeer, W.D. (2004) Violent systems: defeating terrorists, insurgents, and other non-state adversaries Colorado Springs, Colo.: USAF Institute for National Security Studies, USAF Academy


U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency (2002) Are you ready? a guide to citizen preparedness Washington, D.C.: Federal Emergency Management Agency


Zavala, A. G. de & Cichocka, A. (eds.) (2013) Social psychology of social problems: the intergroup context Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York: Palgrave Macmillan



Non-conventional Literature

Akerboom, E.S.M. (ed.) (2009) Ideology and Strategy of Jihadism The Hague, National Coordinator for Counter-Terrorism


Amnesty International (2012) Year of Rebellion: State of Human Rights in the Middle East and North Africa Amsterdam: Amnesty International


Baran, Z. (2008) The Roots of Violent Islamist Extremism and Efforts to Counter It  Center for Eurasian Policy, Hudson Institute


Bergin, A. (2009) Countering radicalisation in Southeast Asia: An RSIS-ASPI joint report Canberra, ACT: ASPI


Bergin, A. & Jones, D. M. & Ungerer, C. J. Beyond belief: Islamism, radicalisation and the counter-terrorism response Barton, ACT: Australian Strategic Policy Institute


Berman, E. (2008) Religion, terrorism and public goods: testing the club model Cambridge, MA: National Bureau of Economic Research


Cessna, K. (2004) Equal or greater force: developing the proper mindset in order to confront and survive a violent criminal or terrorist act Bloomington, Ind.: Author House

[* 1420809695 (e-book)  http://www.pesebooks.com/equal-or-greater-force-developing-the-proper-mindset-in-order-to-confront-and-surviv-PDF-27970182/]

Chapman, A. & Adelman, J. (2011) Influencing Violent Extremist Organizations Pilot Effort: Focus on Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) U. S. Dept. of Defense. Office of the Secretary of Defense: Air University Press


Clutterbuck, L., & Warnes, R. (2011) Exploring patterns of behaviour in violent jihadist terrorists: an analysis of six significant terrorist conspiracies in the U.K. Santa Monica, CA: RAND


Davies, L.: Educating against extremism University of Birmingham, U.K.


Fulk, B. (2011) An evaluation of counterinsurgency as a strategy for fighting the long war Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College


International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence (2009) Countering online radicalisation a strategy for action London, U.K.: ICSR, King's College London


Kessels, E.J.A.M. (Ed). (2010) Countering Violent Extremist Narratives The Hague, National Coordinator for Counter-Terrorism


The Netherlands. Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (2006) Violent Jihad in the Netherlands; Current trends in the Islamist terrorist threat The Hague: General Intelligence and Security Service Communications Department


Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe - OSCE (2014) Preventing Terrorism and Countering Violent Extremism and Radicalization that Lead to Terrorism: A Community-Policing Approach Vienna: OSCE [http://www.osce.org/atu/111438?download=true]

Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe - OSCE (2013) Women and Terrorist Radicalization; Final Report Vienna: OSCE [http://www.osce.org/secretariat/99919?download=true]

Owens, K. B. (2013) Beyond Hate: Countering Violent Extremism from the White Power Movement Monterey  Bay, CA.: U.S. Naval Postgraduate School


Pirnie, B. & O'Connel, E. (2008) Counterinsurgency in Iraq (2003-2006) Santa Monica, CA: Rand [http://www.rand.org/pubs/monographs/2008/RAND_MG595.3.pdf]

de Poot, C.J. & Sonnenschein, A. (2011) Jihadi terrorism in the Netherlands; A description based on closed criminal investigations Den Haag: Ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie


Ranstorp, M. (2009) Preventing Violent Radicalisation and Terrorism. The Case of Indonesia Stockholm: Center for Asymmetric Threat Studies


Schmid, A.P. (2013) Radicalisation, De-Radicalisation, Counter-Radicalisation: A Conceptual Discussion and Literature Review The Hague, Netherlands: International Centre for Counter-Terrorism


Schuurman, B. & Duyvesteyn, I. (2012) Beware of High Hopes: Counterterrorism and the Negotiation Paradox The Hague, Netherlands: International Centre for Counter-Terrorism


Stevens, T. & Neumann, P. R. (2009) Countering online radicalization: a strategy for action London: International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence


Tretheway, A. & Corman, S.R. & Goodall, B. (2009) Out of their heads and into their conversation: Countering extremist ideology Arizona State University: Consortium for Strategic Communication: Report No. 0902, 14 September


United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (2005) Status Report on UNESCO’s contribution to international action against terrorism through education, science, culture and communication and information Paris: UNESCO


United States Bipartisan Policy Center, National Security Preparedness Group (2011) Preventing violent radicalisation in America Washington DC: Bipartisan Policy Center


U. S. Congress. House. Committee on Armed Services. Subcommittee on Terrorism, Unconventional Threats, and Capabilities (2011) Strategies for countering violent extremist ideologies [hearing before the Terrorism, Unconventional Threats, and Capabilities Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, House of Representatives, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, second session, hearing held March 10, 2010] Washington: U.S. G.P.O. [http://purl.fdlp.gov/GPO/gpo8549]

U. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Homeland  Security and Governmental Affairs (2009) The roots of violent Islamist extremism and efforts to counter it [hearing before the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, United States Senate,  One Hundred Tenth Congress, second session, July 10, 2008] Washington: U.S. G.P.O.


U. S. Congress. Senate. Committee on Homeland  Security and Governmental Affairs (2010) Violent Islamist extremism [hearings before the Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred Eleventh Congress, first session, 2009] Washington: U.S. G.P.O. [http://purl.fdlp.gov/GPO/gpo1243]

U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Mental Health Services (2004) Mental health response to mass violence and terrorism: a training manual Rockville, Md.: U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Mental Health Services [*http://store.samhsa.gov/shin/content/SMA05-4025/SMA05-4025.pdf]

U. S. Presidential Task Force on Confronting the Ideology of Radical Extremism (2009) Rewriting the narrative; an integrated strategy for counterradicalisation Washington, DC: The Washington Institute for Near East Policy


U. S. The White House, Executive Office of the President of the United States (2011) Strategic implementation plan for empowering local partners to prevent violent extremism in the United States Washington, DC: The White House


Vermeulen, F. & Bovenkerk, F. (2012) Engaging with violent Islamic extremism in Western European cities The Hague: Eleven International Publishing & FORUM Institute for Multicultural Affairs


Zuhur, S. (2005) A hundred Osamas: Islamist threats and the future of counterinsurgency Carlisle, PA.: Strategic Studies Institute


Zuhur, S. (2008) Precision in the global war on terror: inciting Muslims through the war of ideas  Carlisle, PA: Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College



Prime Journal Articles

Anne, A.: The policy response to home-grown terrorism: reconceptualising Prevent and Resilience as collective resistance Journal of Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism 8 (1) 2013 pp.2-18


Anne, A. & Jason-Leigh, S.: Examining the Role of Religion in Radicalization to Violent Islamist Extremism Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 35 (12) 2012 pp.849-862


Bjørgo, T.: Dreams and disillusionment: engagement in, and disengagement from, militant extremist groups Crime, Law and Social Change 55 (4) 2011 pp.277-285


Brannan, D.W. & Esler, P.F. & Strindberg, A.N.T.: Talking to "Terrorists": Towards an Independent Analytical Framework for the Study of Violent Sub-state Activism Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (1) 2001 pp.3-24


Carnegie, P.J.: Is militant Islamism a busted flush in Indonesia? Journal of Terrorism Research 4 (2, Autumn) 2013 pp.14-26


Chowdhury Fink, N.: Something Old, Something New: The Emergence and Evolution of CVE Effort Practice USIP’s Insights Newsletter 1 (Spring) 2014 pp.5-8


Chowdhury Fink, N. & Liat Shetret, R. B. (2013) The Roles of Women in Terrorism, Conflict, and Violent Extremism Washington DC.: Global Center on Cooperative Security


Cragin,  R. K.: Resisting Violent Extremism: A Conceptual Model for Non-Radicalization Terrorism and Political Violence 26 (2) 2014 pp.337-353


Davies, L.: Educating against extremism: Towards a critical politicisation of young people International Review of Education 55 (2-3) 2009 pp.183-203 [http://eric.ed.gov/?id=EJ830767]

Gartenstein-Ross, D.: Lone Wolf Islamic Terrorism: Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad (Carlos Bledsoe) Case Study Terrorism and Political Violence 26 (1) 2014 pp.110-128


Gomez, Jr., J.: Terrorist Motivations for the Use of Extreme Violence Strategic Insights 4 (5), May (2005) 11pp. [http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/nps/gomez_may05.pdf]

Heydemann, S.: Countering Violent Extremism as a Field of Practice USIP’s Insights Newsletter 1 (Spring) 2014 pp.1-3; 9-11


Ismail, O.: Radicalisation and violent extremism in West Africa: implications for African and international security Conflict, Security and Development 13 (2) 2013 pp.209-230


Johnston, P. B.: Does decapitation work? Assessing the effectiveness of leadership targeting in counterinsurgency campaigns International Security 36 (4) 2012) pp.47-79


Lakhani S.: Preventing violent extremism: Perceptions of policy from grassroots and communities Howard Journal of Criminal Justice 51 (2) 2012 pp.190-206


Matenia, S.: The Meaning of Religion and Identity for the Violent Radicalisation of the Turkish Diaspora in Germany Terrorism and Political Violence 24 (5) 2012 pp.807-824


McCauley, C. & Moskalenko, S.: Mechanisms of Political Radicalization: Pathways Toward Terrorism Terrorism and Political Violence 20 (3, 2008) pp.415-433


MacDonald, M. & Hunter, D. & O'Regan, J. P.: Citizenship, community, and counter-terrorism: UK security discourse, 2001–2011 Journal of Language and Politics 12 83) 2013 pp.445-473 [http://wrap.warwick.ac.uk/54268/]

Mcgowan, L.: Much More Than a Phantom Menace! Assessing the Character, Level and Threat of Neo-Nazi Violence in Germany, 1977–2003 Journal of Contemporary European Studies 14 (2, August) 2006 pp.255-272


Mesquita, E. B. de: Conciliation, Counterterrorism, and Patterns of Terrorist Violence International Organization 59 (1, January) 2005 pp.145-176


Moskalenko, S. & McCauley, C.: Measuring Political Mobilization: The Distinction Between Activism and Radicalism Terrorism and Political Violence 21(2) 2009 pp.239-260


Motyl, M. & Rothschild, Z. & Pyszczynski, T.: The cycle of violence and pathways to peace Journal of Organisation Transformation & Social Change 6 (2) 2009 pp.153-170


Naviwala, N.: CVE in Pakistan USIP’s Insights Newsletter 1 (Spring) 2014 p.4, 8


Oberschall, A.: Explaining Terrorism: The Contribution of Collective Action Theory Sociological Theory 22 (1, March) 2004 pp.26–37


Olufemi  Sodipo, M.: Countering Violent Extremism: The Nigerian Experience USIP’s Insights Newsletter  1 (Spring) 2014 p. 4


Parker, T.: Why Right is Might: How Social Science on Radicalisation suggests that International Human Rights Norms actually help Effective Counterterrorism Policies Perspectives on Terrorism 6 (3) 2012 pp.4-22


Piazza, J. A.: Is Islamist Terrorism More Dangerous? An Empirical Study of Group

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Price, B.C.:  Targeting Top Terrorists: How Leadership Decapitation Contributes to Counterterrorism International Security 4 (36, Spring) 2012 pp.9-46


Pyszczynski, T. &  Rothschild, Z. & Abdollahi, A.: Terrorism, Violence, and Hope for Peace: A Terror Management Perspective Current Directions in Psychological Science 17 (5, October) 2008 pp.318-322 [*http://cdp.sagepub.com/content/17/5/318.short]

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Saggar, S.: Boomerangs and slingshots: Radical Islamism and counter-terrorism strategy Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 35 (3) 2009 pp.81-402


Schönteich, M.: The Emerging Threat? South Africa's Extreme Right Terrorism and Political Violence 16 (4, January) 2004 pp.757-776


Snow, S.: Unhindered by the rule of law: ethnic terrorism and the 2007 Kenyan presidential election South African Journal of International Affairs 16 (1, April) 2009 pp.115-127


Stevens, D.: In Extremis: a Self-defeating Element in the ‘Preventing Violent Extremism’ Strategy The Political Quarterly 80(4) 2009 pp.517-525


Taylor, M. &  & Ryan, H.: Fanaticism, political suicide and terrorism Terrorism  11 (2) 1988 pp. 91-111  


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Thomas, P.: Failed and Friendless: The UK's ‘Preventing Violent Extremism’ Programme British Journal of Politics and International Relations 12 (3) 2010 pp.442-458


Venkatraman, A.: Religious Basis for Islamic Terrorism: The Quran and Its Interpretations Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 30 (3, April) 2007 pp.229-248


Vidino, L.: A preliminary assessment of counter-radicalization in the Netherlands CTC Sentinel 1 (9) 2008 pp.2-14


Vidino, L.: Toward a radical solution Foreign Policy 5, January 2010


Weine,  S. (et al) Building Community Resilience to Counter Violent Extremism Democracy and Security 9 (4) 2013 pp.327-333 [*http://scholar.qsensei.com/content/1wmxtq]

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About the Compiler: Eric Price is a professional information specialist. Before he joined ‘Perspectives on Terrorism’ as Editorial Assistant, he was a librarian with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna.

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