New Literature on Terrorism and Political Violence

New Literature on Terrorism and Political Violence

Eric Price

Monographs and Edited Volumes published in 2010, selected by Eric Price (Professional Information Specialist)

Afong, M.S. (2010) Hunters: U.S. snipers in the War on Terror. New York, Berkley Caliber.

Alam, S. M. (2010) War on terrorism or American strategy for global dominance.New York, NY., Vantage Press.

Aly, A. (2010) A study of audience response to the media discourse about the 'other ': the fear of terrorism between Australian Muslims and the broader community. Lewiston, The Edwin Mellen Press.

Anderson, J. (2010) Terrorism. Mankato, Minn., Sea-to-Sea Publications.

Basak, C. (Ed.) (2010) International law for international relations. New York, Oxford University Press. Boym, S. (2010) Another freedom: the alternative history of an idea. Chicago; London, The University of Chicago Press.

Brooker, P. (2010) Modern stateless warfare. New York, Palgrave Macmillan.

Brown, M. E. (2010) (et al.,) Contending with terrorism: roots, strategies, and responses.Cambridge, MA., MIT Press.

Burgess, D.R. (2010) The world for ransom: piracy is terrorism, terrorism is piracy. Amherst, N.Y., Prometheus Books.

Conte, A. (2010) Human rights in the prevention and punishment of terrorism. New York, Springer.

Crawford, S. (2010) War on Terror. Redding, Conn., Brown Bear Books.

Crouch, C. (2010) Managing terrorism and insurgency : regeneration, recruitment and attrition. London; New York, Routledge.

Davis, J. (Ed.) (2010) Terrorism in Africa: the evolving front in the War on Terror. Lanham, Lexington Books.

Dingley, J. (2010) Terrorism and the politics of social change:a Durkheimian analysis.Farnham, Surrey, UK; Burlington, Vt., Ashgate Pub.Comp.

Dogra, P.C. (Ed.) (2010) Mumbai siege: 'enough is enough': should it be our response? reactions of intelligentsia at large. New Delhi, Lancer's Books.

Esman, A.R. (2010) Radical state: how Jihad is winning over democracy in the West.Santa Barbara, CA., Praeger Security International.

Faddis, C.S. (2010) Willful neglect: the dangerous illusion of homeland security. Guilford, Conn., Lyons Press.

Feste, K.A. (2010) Terminate terrorism: framing, gaming and negotiating conflicts.Boulder, Colo., Paradigm Publishers.

Fiala, A. G. (2010) Public war, private conscience: the ethics of political violence. London; New York, Continuum.

Fine, G. A. (2010) The global grapevine: why rumors of terrorism,immigration, and trade matter. New York, Oxford University Press.

Fradin, D. B. (2010) September 11, 2001. New York, Marshall Cavendish Benchmark.

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

Gerdes, L. I. (Ed.) (2010) 9/11, Detroit, Greenhaven Press.

Getty, J. A. (2010) The road to terror: Stalin and the self-destruction of the Bolsheviks, 1932-1939. New Haven : Yale University Press.

Ghosh, T.K., (et al., Eds.) (2010) Science and technology of terrorism and counterterrorism. New York, CRC Press.

Giroux, H. A. (2010) Hearts of darkness: torturing children in the war on terror.Boulder, CO., Paradigm Publisher.

Good, H. & Borden, S. L. (Eds.) Ethics and entertainment: essays on media culture and media morality. Jefferson, N.C., McFarland & Company Inc. Publishers.

Greaves, I. & Hunt. P. (2010) Responding to terrorism: a medical handbook. Edinburgh,Elsevier.

Gul, I. (2010) The most dangerous place: how al Qaeda took over Afganistan. New York,Viking.

Harris, S. (2010) The watcher: the rise of America's surveillance state. New York,Penguin Press.

Hasler, S. (2010) Intelligence. New York, Thomas Dunne Books-St. Martin's Press.

Henn, M. J. (2010) Under the color of law: the Bush administration's subversion of U.S. constitutional and international law in the War on Terror. Lanham, Md., Lexington Books.

Hewitt, S. (2010) Snitch : a history of the modern intelligence informer. New York; London, Continuum.

Hirvonen, A. & and Porttikivi, J. (2010) Law and evil: philosophy, politics, psychoanalysis. London; New York, Routledge.

Hollander, N. C. (2010) Uprooted minds: surviving the politics of terror in the Americas.New York, Routledge.

Hoskins, A., Richards, B. & Seib, P. (Eds.) (2010) Media, war & conflict, London, Sage.

Howard, T. (2010) The tragedy of failure: evaluating state failure and its impact on the spread of refugees, terrorism, and war. Santa Barbara; Calif., Praeger Security International
Hubbard, C. (2010) Power plays: enriched uranium and homeland security. Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Jones, B. D., Forman, S. & Gowan, R. (2010) Cooperating for peace and security: evolving institutions and arrangements in a context of changing U.S. security policy. Cambridge, UK; New York, Cambridge University Press.

Jones, D. A., Lane, A. & Schulte, P. (Eds.) (2010) Terrorism, security and the power of informal networks. Northampton, MA, Edward Elgar Pub.

Ismael, T.Y. & Rippin, A. (Eds.) Islam in the eyes of the West: images and realities in an age of terror. New York, NY, Routledge.

Karagiannis, E. (2009, November) Political Islam in Central Asia; The challenge of Hizb ut-Tahrir. New York, Routledge.

Kavoori, A. P. (2010) Digital media criticism. New York, P. Lang.

Kethineni, S. (2010) Comparative and international policing, justice, and transnational crime. Durham, N.C., Carolina Academic Press.

Kilcullen, D. (2010) Counterinsurgency. Oxford, UK; New York, Oxford University Press.
Kiriakou, J. (2010) The reluctant spy: my secret life in the CIA's war on terror.New York, Bantam Books.

Kobrin, N. (2010) The banality of suicide terrorism: the naked truth about the psychology of Islamic suicide bombing. Washington, D.C., Potomac Books.

Kumar, A. (2010) A foreigner carrying in the crook of his arm a tiny bomb. Durham, NC., Duke University Press.

Luban, D., O'Sullivan, J.R. & Stewart, D. P. (2010) International and transnational criminal law. New York, Aspen Publishers.

Martin, G. (2010) Understanding terrorism: challenges, perspectives, and issues. (v.1, 3rd. ed.,) Los Angeles, Sage.

McCarthy, A. C. (2010) The grand Jihad: how Islam and the left sabotage America.New York, Encounter Books.

McDonnell, T.M. (2010) The United States, international law, and the struggle against terrorism. London; New York, Routledge.

McGarrity, N., Lynch, A. & Williams, G. (Eds.) (2010) Counter-terrorism and beyond: the culture of law and justice after 9/11. New York, Routledge.

Meadows, R. J. (2010) Understanding violence and victimization. Upper Saddle River,N.J., Prentice Hall.

Merari, A. (2010) Driven to death: psychological and social aspects of suicide terrorism.Oxford; New York , Oxford University Press.

Miller, M. (2010) Remembering September 11, 2001: what we know now.Berkeley Heights, NJ., Enslow.

Moghaddam, F.M. (2010) The new global insecurity: how terrorism, environmentalcollapse, economic inequalities,and resource shortages are changing our world.
Santa Barbara, Calif., Praeger Security International.

Monahan, B.A. (2010) The shock of the news: media coverage and the making of 9/11.New York, New York University Press.

Moore, J.N. & and Turner, R.F. (2010) Legal issues in the struggle against terror.Durham, N.C., Carolina Academic Press.

Nance, M.W. (2010) An end to Al Qaeda: destroying Bin Laden's jihad and restoring America's honor. New York, St. Martin's Press.

Nassar, J. R. (2010) Globalization and terrorism : the migration of dreams and nightmares. Lanham, Md., Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Nemeth, C. P. (2010) Homeland security: an introduction to principles and practice.Boca Raton, FL., Auerback Publications.

Owens, J.E. & and Pelizzo, R. (Eds.) (2010) The war on terror and the growth of executive power?: a comparative analysis. Milton Park Abingdon, Oxon; New York,

Pastor, J. F. (2010) Terrorism and public safety policing: implications for the Obama Presidency. Boca Raton, CRC Press.

Pedahzur, A. & Perliger, A. (2009, November) Jewish Terrorism in Israel.Bognor Regis, West Sussex, UK; New York, NY., Columbia University Press.

Peoples, C. & Vaughan-Williams, N. (2010) Critical security studies: an introduction.Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, UK; New York, Routledge.

Philpott, D. & Powers, G.F. (Eds.) (2010) Strategies of peace. Oxford; New York, Oxford University Press.

Reddick, C. G. (2010) Homeland security preparedness and information systems:strategies for managing public policy. Hershey, PA., Information Science Reference.
Salter, M.B. (2010) Mapping transatlantic security relations: the EU, Canada and the war on terror. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon; New York, Routledge.

Sarkar, R. (2010) A fearful symmetry: the new soldier in the age of asymmetric conflict. Santa Barbara, Calif., Praeger.

Schinkel, W. (2010) Aspects of violence: a critical theory. New York,Palgrave Macmillan.
Scott, S. V., Billingsley, A. J. & Michaelsen, C. (2010) International law and the use of force: a documentary and reference guide. Santa Barbara; Calif., Praeger SecurityInternational.

Shafer-Landau, R. (2010) The ethical life: fundamental readings in ethics and moral Problems. New York, Oxford University Press.

Siniver, A. (Ed.) (2010) International terrorism post 9/11: comparative dynamics and Responses. New York, .NY., Routledge.

Skorupski, J. (Ed.) (2010) The Routledge companion to ethics. London; New York,Routledge

Spindlove, J. R. (2010) Terrorism today: the past, the players, the future.Upper Saddle River, N.J., Pearson Prentice Hall.

Thiessen, M. A. (2010) Courting disaster: how the CIA kept America safe and how Barack Obama is inviting the next attack. Washington, D.C., Regnery Pub.

Thorup, M. (2010) An intellectual history of terror: war, violence and the state. Abingdon, Oxon; New York, Routledge.

Vaccani, M. (2010) Alternative remittance systems and terrorism financing: issues in risk mitigation. Washington, D.C., World Bank.

Vidino, L. (2010) The new Muslim Brotherhood in the West. New York, Columbia University Press,

Voeller, J.G. (2010) Wiley handbook of science and technology for Homeland Security (in 4 vols.), Chichester, West Sussex, Malden, MA., Wiley-Blackwell.

Winterdyk, J.A. & Sundberg, K.W. (Eds.) (2010) Border security in the Al-Qaeda era.Boca Raton, CRC Press.

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

Wright-Neville, D & Halafoff, A. (Eds.) (2010) Terrorism and social exclusion: misplaced risk - common security. Northampton, MA, Edward Elgar Pub.,

Zerzan, A. (2010) New technologies, new risks?: innovation and countering: the financing of terrorism. Washington, D.C., World Bank.

Zitlaw, A. (2010) Terrorism and halcyon days. Chico, CA., Stansbury Pub.

Zulaika, J. (2010) Terrorism: the self-fulfilling prophecy. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

Grey Literature

Asal, V., et al. (2010) Protecting the Homeland from International and Domestic Terrorism Threats: Current Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives on Root Causes, the Role of Ideology, and Programs for Counter-radicalization and Disengagement. Washington D.C.,White Papers, Strategic Multi-Layer Assessment and Air Force Research Laboratory. [

Asal, V., et. al. (2010) Perspectives on Political and Social Regional Stability Impacted by Global Crises -- A Social Science Context. Washington D.C., White Papers, Strategic Multi-Layer

Assessment and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Research and Development Directorate. []

Best. Jr. R.A. (2010, January 15), The National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC)- Responsibilities and Potential Congressional Concerns, CSR, Washington, D.C. [ ]

Boyle, C. (2010, January 22), Terrorist Attacks on Commercial Airlines: Federal Criminal Prohibitions, CRS, Washington, DC. [ ]

Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs (2009, December) The roots of violent Islamist extremism and efforts to counter it. Washington, US Government Printing Office []

Gould, D. E. & Klor, E.F. (2009, November), Does Terrorism Work? C.E.P.R. Discussion Papers No. 7589 [] Human Rights Watch. (2010) World Report 2010: Human Rights Watch (2010)Washington D.C., Human Rights Watch.

McGregor, A. (2009, September) Who's Who in Somali insurgency. Washington D.C,The Jamestown Foundation. []

Rollins, J. (2010, February 5) Al Qaeda and Affiliates: Historical Perspective, Global Presence, and Implications for U.S., CRS Report, Washington, D.C. []

Rollins, J., et al. (2010, January 5) International Terrorism and Transnational Crime: Security Threats, U.S. Policy, and Considerations for Congress, CRS Report, Washington, D.C. []

Senate Judiciary Committee (2010, January) Protecting National Security and Civil Liberties strategies for terrorism information Sharing (2009, April) Senate Judiciary

Committee, Washington D.C. []

Senate Foreign Relations Committee (2010, January) Al Qaeda in Yemen and Somalia: a ticking time bomb. Washington, DC., US Government Printing Office. []

Other Useful Publications

Critical Studies on Terrorism Vol.2 (3) 2009 []

Studies in Conflict & Terrorism Vol.33 (3) 2010 []

Studies in Conflict & Terrorism Vol.33 (2) 2010 []

Studies in Conflict & Terrorism Vol.33 (1) 2010 []

Terrorism and Political Violence Vol. 22 (1) 2010 []

Yemen, Special Issue (2010) CTC Sentinel (January) []


Adamsky, D. (2010) Jihadi Operational Art: The Coming Wave of Jihadi Strategic Studies, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (33, 1) p. 1-19.

Ali, I. (2010) Karachi Becoming a Taliban Safe Haven? CTC Sentinel (3, 1) p. 13ff.

Brahimi, A. (2010) Crushed in the Shadows: Why Al Qaeda Will Lose the War of Ideas, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (33, 2) p. 93-110.

Brown, V. (2010) The Facade of Allegiance: Bin Ladin's Dubious Pledge to Mullah Omar, CTC Sentinel (3, 1) p.1ff.

Crenshaw, M. (2010), Assessing the Al-Qa`ida Threat to the United States, CTC Sentinel, (3 (1) p. 6ff.

Dawson, L.L. (2010) The Study of New Religious Movements and the Radicalization of Home-Grown Terrorists: Opening a Dialogue, Terrorism and Political Violence, (22, 1) p. 1-21.

Hui, J.Y. (2010) The Internet in Indonesia: Development and Impact of Radical Websites, Terrorism and Political Violence (22, 1) p. 171-191.

Jacobson, M. (2010, February 1) Learning From Dropouts; The Washington Institute;, [] Kaunert, C. (2010) The External Dimension of EU Counter-Terrorism Relations: Competences, Interests, and Institutions, Terrorism and Political Violence, (22, 1) p. 41-61.

Lalwani, S. (2010) The Pakistan Military's Adaptation to Counterinsurgency in 2009, CTC Sentinel (3, 1) p. 9ff.
Lankford, A. (2010) Assessing the Obama Standard for Interrogations: An Analysis of Army Field Manual 2-22.3, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (33, 1) p. 20-35.

McAuley, J.W., Tonge, J. & Shirlow, P. (2010) Conflict, Transformation, and Former Loyalist Paramilitary Prisoners in Northern Ireland, Terrorism and Political Violence (22, 1) p. 22-40.

Merari, M., et al. (2010) Personality Characteristics of "Self Martyrs"/"Suicide Bombers" and Organizers of Suicide Attacks, Terrorism and Political Violence (22, 1) p. 87-101

Merari, M., et al. (2010) Making Palestinian "Martyrdom Operations"/"Suicide Attacks": Interviews With Would-Be Perpetrators and Organizers, Terrorism and Political Violence (22, 1) p. 102-119

Michael. G. (2010) Blueprints and Fantasies: A Review and Analysis of Extremist Fiction, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (33, 2) p. 149-170.

Plebani, A. (2010) Ninawa Province: Al-Qa`ida's Remaining Stronghold, CTC Sentinel, (3 (1) p. 19ff.

Røislien, H.E. & Røislien, J. (2010) The Logic of Palestinian Terrorist Target Choice? Examining the Israel Defense Forces' Official Statistics on Palestinian Terrorist Attacks 2000–2004, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (33, 2) p. 134-148.

Rault, C. (2010) The French Approach to Counterterrorism CTC Sentinel, (3, 1) p. 22ff.

Robinson, K.K. (2010) Terror's True Nightmare? Reevaluating the Consequences of Terrorism on Democratic Governance, Terrorism and Political Violence (22, 1) p. 62-86.

Shambaugh, G., et al., (2010) Public Perceptions of Traumatic Events and Policy Preferences during the George W. Bush Administration: A Portrait of America in Turbulent Times Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (33, 1) p. 55-91.

Shola Omotola, J. (2010) "Liberation Movements" and Rising Violence in the Niger Delta: The New Contentious Site of Oil and Environmental Politics, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (33, 1) p. 36-54.

Stahl, A. (2010) The Evolution of Israeli Targeted Operations: Consequences of the Thabet Thabet Operation, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (33, 2) p. 111-133.

Zambelis, C. (2010) Uighur Dissent and Militancy in China's Xinjiang Province, CTC Sentinel (3, 1) p. 16ff.

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