Vol 5, No 3-4 (2011)

Perspectives on Terrorism

Special Double Issue on Terrorism in Africa

Guest Editors: Jennifer Giroux and James J.F. Forest

Table of Contents


Terrorism and Political Violence in Africa: Contemporary Trends in a Shifting Terrain PDF HTML
James J.F. Forest, Jennifer Giroux
Terrorism in Liberation Struggles: Interrogating the Engagement Tactics of the Movement for the Emancipation of the Niger Delta PDF HTML
Ibaba Samuel Ibaba
‘Forcing the Horse to Drink or Making it Realise its Thirst’? Understanding the Enactment of Anti-Terrorism Legislation (ATL) in Nigeria PDF HTML
Isaac Terwase Sampson, Freedom C. Onuoha
Opportunity Costs or Costly Opportunities? The Arab Spring, Osama Bin Laden, and Al-Qaeda’s African Affiliates PDF HTML
Alex S. Wilner
Al-Qaeda’s Influence in Sub-Saharan Africa: Myths, Realities and Possibilities PDF HTML
James J.F. Forest
From Theory to Practice: Exploring the Organised Crime-Terror Nexus in Sub-Saharan Africa PDF HTML
Annette Hübschle
The Paradox of Terrorism, Armed Conflict and Natural Resources in Africa: an Analysis of Cabinda in Angola PDF HTML
Victor Ojakorotu

Book Reviews

Rohan Gunaratna and Khuram Iqbal. Pakistan: Terrorism Ground Zero PDF HTML
Madeleine Gruen
Kim Barker. The Taliban Shuffle: Strange Days in Afghanistan and Pakistan PDF HTML
Richard Phelps
Syed Saleem Shahzad. Inside Al-Qaeda and the Taliban: Beyond Bin Laden and 9/11 PDF HTML
Richard Phelps
Daniela Pisoiu. Islamist Radicalisation in Europe. An occupational change process PDF HTML
Alex P. Schmid


Selected Literature on Terrorism and Political Violence/Conflict in Africa since the Second World War PDF HTML
Eric Price


Creating a Network for Postgraduate Researchers in the Fields of (Counter-) Terrorism, Political Violence and Armed Conflict in the United Kingdom  -  a TRI Proposal PDF HTML
Gordon Clubb, Alex P. Schmid

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