Vol 6, No 3 (2012)

Perspectives on Terrorism

Table of Contents

Articles

Why Right is Might: How the Social Science on Radicalisation suggests that International Human Rights Norms actually help frame Effective Counterterrorism Policies PDF HTML
Tom Parker
Assessing Psycho-Social Resilience in Diplomatic, Civilian & Military Personnel Serving in a High-Threat Security Environment during Counter-Insurgency and Counter-Terrorism Operations in Iraq PDF HTML
Anne Speckhard, Gino Verleye, Beatrice Jacuch
Hizballah in Africa PDF HTML
Carl Wege
An Interview with Islamist Scholar Abd al-Mun’im Moneep PDF HTML
Nico Prucha

Resources

Trends and Developments in Terrorism: a Research Note PDF HTML
Richard J. Chasdi
Twelve Rules for Preventing and Countering Terrorism PDF HTML
Alex P. Schmid
Literature on the Future of Terrorism (including Trends) PDF HTML
Eric Price
Three Bibliographies on (i) Drones and Targeted Killing, (ii) Prosecuting Terrorism and (iii) Enhanced Interrogation Techniques v. Torture PDF HTML
Jaclyn A. Peterson

Book Reviews

Hall Gardner and Oleg Kobtzeff. The Ashgate Research Companion to War: Origins and Prevention PDF HTML
Michael Boyle
Clive Walker. Terrorism and the Law PDF HTML
Amos N. Guiora
Jeffrey William Lewis. The Business of Martyrdom: A History of Suicide Bombing PDF HTML
Assaf Moghadam
Kent Roach. The 9/11 Effect: Comparative Counter-Terrorism PDF HTML
David C. Hofmann
Ramon Spaaij. Understanding Lone Wolf Terrorism: Global Patterns, Motivations and Prevention PDF HTML
Mark S. Hamm

News

News from TRI’s National Networks of PhD Thesis Writers PDF HTML
 


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Perspectives on Terrorism is  a journal of the Terrorism Research Initiative and the Center for Terrorism and Security Studies

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