Vol 10, No 1 (2016)

Perspectives on Terrorism

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Issue

Welcome from the Editor PDF HTML
Alex P. Schmid


Who are the Bangladeshi ‘Islamist Militants’? PDF HTML
Ali Riaz
Why is Contemporary Religious Terrorism Predominantly Linked to Islam? Four Possible Psychosocial Factors PDF HTML
Joshua D. Wright
How Dangerous Are Domestic Terror Plotters with Foreign Fighter Experience? The Case of Homegrown Jihadis in the US PDF HTML
Christopher J. Wright
The Nature of Nigeria’s Boko Haram War, 2010-2015: A Strategic Analysis PDF HTML
James Adewunmi Falode


In Conversation with Morten Storm: A Double Agent’s Journey into the Global Jihad PDF HTML
Stefano Bonino

Research Notes

If Publicity is the Oxygen of Terrorism – Why Do Terrorists Kill Journalists? PDF HTML
François Lopez


Counting Lives Lost – Monitoring Camera-Recorded Extrajudicial Executions by the “Islamic State” PDF HTML DATA
Judith Tinnes
Bibliography: Northern Ireland Conflict (The Troubles) PDF HTML
Judith Tinnes

Book Reviews

Michael Morell. The Great War of our Time. The CIA’s Fight Against Terrorism, from Al Qa’ida to ISIS. New York: Twelve, 2015 PDF HTML
Brian Glyn Williams
Counterterrorism Bookshelf: Twenty New Publications on Israeli & Palestinian Issues PDF HTML
Joshua Sinai

Notes from the Editor

TRI Award for Best PhD Thesis 2015: Deadline of 31 March 2016 for Submissions Approaching PDF HTML

Complete Issue

Perspectives on Terrorism, Volume 10, Issue 1 PDF
Various Authors

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

ISSN  2334-3745 (Online)

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