Vol 11, No 4 (2017)

Perspectives on Terrorism Vol 11, Issue 4.

Table of Contents

Introduction to the Issue

Welcome from the Editors PDF HTML
Alex P. Schmid, James J.F. Forest

Articles

Israel’s Policy in Extortionist Terror Attacks (Abduction and Hostage Barricade Situations) PDF HTML
Boaz Ganor
The Dawa'ish: A Collective Profile of IS Commanders PDF HTML
Ronen Zeidel
Assessing the Feasibility of a ‘Wilayah Mindanao’ PDF HTML
Joseph Franco
Awareness Trainings and Detecting Jihadists among Asylum Seekers: A Case Study from The Netherlands PDF HTML
Joris van Wijk, Maarten P. Bolhuis

Research Notes

Terrorism Events Data: An Inventory of Databases and Data Sets, 1968-2017 PDF HTML
Neil G Bowie
Towards Academic Consensus Definitions of Radicalism and Extremism PDF HTML
Astrid Bötticher
Central Asian Jihadists in the Front Line PDF HTML
Ely Karmon

Special Correspondence

Does the Cure Address the Problem? Examining the Trump Administration’s Executive Order on Immigration from Muslim-majority Countries Using Publicly Available Data on Terrorism PDF HTML
Daniel Milton
The Islamic State after the Caliphate - Can IS Go Underground? PDF HTML
Thomas R. McCabe

Resources

Bibliography: Root Causes of Terrorism PDF HTML
Judith Tinnes
Recent Online Resources for the Analysis of Terrorism and Related Subjects PDF HTML
Berto Jongman
Academic Theses (Ph.D. and MA) on Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism Related Issues, written in English between 2013 and 2017 PDF HTML
Ryan Scrivens

Book Reviews

Marc Sageman. Turning to Political Violence: The Emergence of Terrorism. PDF HTML
Alex P. Schmid
Geoff Dean. Neurocognitive Risk Assessment for the Early Detection of Violent Extremists PDF HTML
Leiya Lemkey, Daniel T. Wilcox
Joseph Daher. Hezbollah: The Political Economy of Lebanon’s Party of God. PDF HTML
Richard C. Dietrich
Counterterrorism Bookshelf: 15 Books on Terrorism & Counterterrorism-Related Subjects PDF HTML
Joshua Sinai

Announcements

TRI Thesis Award 2016: Top Finalists Identified PDF HTML
Alex P. Schmid
About Perspectives on Terrorism PDF HTML
Alex P. Schmid

Complete Issue

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