TERRORISM 2004

August 2004

Compiled by Bibliography Branch
Bibliographer, Air University Library
Maxwell AFB, AL


Contents

Internet Resources
    Air University Library Bibliographies
    Internet Sites
General Information

History of Terrorism

The Threat
     Terror Groups
        al Qaida
        Domestic Groups
        FARC
        HAMAS
        Hizballah
        Irish Republican Army
        Jamaah Islamiah
        Radical Political Islam
Financing Terror

Geographic Areas Affected
        Africa
        Asia
        Europe
        Middle East
        Russia
        South America
        United States
Methods Used
        Use of Technology
        Suicide Bombers
        Weapons of Mass Destruction
        Use of Women & Children
Roots of Terror

State Sponsored Terrorism

Targets

Current Trends
    Homeland Security
    Counter terrorism
    War on Terror
        Lessons Learned
U.S. Foreign Policy

Economic Issues

Legal Issues & Human Rights

September 11, 2001

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Internet Resources


          Air University Library Bibliographies


Asymmetric Warfare, Compiled by Joan T. Phillips. July 2004.
Available online at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/asw/asw.htm

Conflict Termination in the Iraqi War, Compiled by Joan T. Phillips. April 2004.
Available online at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/iraqi/conflict.htm

Media Coverage of 9/11 and Its Aftermath, Compiled by Terry Kiss. June 2003.
Available online at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/9-11/9-11.htm

Military Operations Other than War, Compiled by Terry Kiss. May 2004.
Available online at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/mootw/mootw3.htm

North Korea: Selected Online Resources, Compiled by Sandhya Malladi. July 2004.
Available online at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/nkorea2/northkorea2.htm

Peacekeeping, Compiled by Terry Kiss. July 2004.
Available online at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/peacekp03/peacekp03.htm

Role of Airpower in Terrorist Reprisals, Compiled by Glenda Armstrong. February 2004.
Available online at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/terepris/terepris.htm

Suicide Terrorism, Compiled by Glenda Armstrong. July 2004.
Available online at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/terrsuic/suite.htm

Terrorism: The Threat and Post 9/11 Trends, Compiled by the Air University Library staff. September 2002.
Available online at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/terror/tertoc.htm

Terrorism Today, Compiled by Glenda Armstrong. September 2003.
Available online at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/aul/bibs/tertod/tertod.htm


         Internet Sites


The 9/11 Commission Report: Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States. 2004.
Available online at: http://www.gpoaccess.gov/911/index.html

9/11 and Terrorist Travel.  Staff Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States.
Available online at:  http://www.9-11commission.gov/report/911_TerrTrav_Monograph.pdf

Center for Defense Information: Terrorism.
Available online at: http://www.cdi.org/program/index.cfm?programid=39

CDI's Terrorism Program is designed to provide insights, in-depth analysis and facts on the military, security and foreign policy challenges as the United States, and the world, faces terrorism. The project will look at all aspects of fighting terrorism, from near-term issues of response and defense, to long-term questions about how the United States should shape its future international security strategy.

FindLaw Legal News: Special Coverage: War on Terror.
Available online at:http://news.findlaw.com/legalnews/us/terrorism/
Extensive terrorism resources from FindLaw. The news section brings together the latest headlines on terrorism, Al Qaeda, detentions at Guantanamo Bay, the latest threat conditions, and more. Also find commentary, legal cases, documents (including the report of the 9-11 Commission and related testimony), and discussion boards. Includes resolutions from Congress, NATO, and other organizations.

International Information Programs: USINFO.STATE.GOV.
Available online at: http://usinfo.state.gov/is/international_security/terrorism.html

IIP designs, develops, and implements a variety of information initiatives and strategic communications programs, including Internet and print publications, traveling and electronically transmitted speaker programs, and information resource services.

Joint Task Force Guantanamo.
Available online at: http://www.nsgtmo.navy.mil/JTFgtmo/
News, press releases, photos, MP3 audio clips, and biographies.

MIPT Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism.
Available online at: 
http://www.tkb.org/Home.jsp
RAND-MIPT Terrorism Incident Database - serves to monitor all terrorism incidents worldwide, both domestic and international, and to make them available to the public.

National Commission on Terrorist Attacks upon the United States.  Monograph on Terrorist Financing.  Staff Report to the Commission.
Available online at:  http://www.9-11commission.gov/report/911_TerrFin_Monograph.pdf

Office of Management and Budget. OMB 2003 Report to Congress on Combating Terrorism . September 2003.
Available online at: http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/inforeg/2003_combat_terr.pdf

"Unclassified report on government-wide spending to combat terrorism." It provides information on Executive Branch spending, programmatic initiatives, and priority terrorism-related areas for FY 2002 through FY 2004.

Patterns of Global Terrorism. Washington, U.S. Department of State, 2003.
Available at:http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/pgtrpt/2003/c12108.htm

SITE Institute (The Search for International Terrorist Entities).
Available online at: http://www.siteinstitute.org/
Contains links to terrorists web sites.

Terrorism Law and Policy - JURIST
Available online at:http://jurist.law.pitt.edu/terrorism.htm
A guide to documents published by government and private research agencies. Topics include Terrorism and Terrorists, discussing the background of terrorism, terrorists/terrorist groups, and threat assessments; Counterterrorism Policies, containing the latest statements from U.S. and international agencies and U.S. reports, hearings, and policy studies; anti-terrorism laws; counterterrorism and human rights; and terrorist trials. A bibliography of online and print resources and a link to news bulletins are included.

U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Available online at: http://www.dhs.gov/dhspublic/

Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism (USA Patriot Act) Act of 2001.
Available online at: http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=107_cong_public_laws&docid=f:publ056.107

USAF Counterproliferation Center. Air National Guard Conflict 21.
Available online at: http://c21.maxwell.af.mil/cts-home.htm
"Our mission is to identify and develop innovative ideas for research, leveraging of resources, and institutional changes needed to meet the challenges of homeland security, proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, and future conflict scenarios. This includes the matching up of research results (from any source) with ANG, USAF, and DoD issues and problems."

WebMDHealth.com. 
Available online at:  http://my.webmd.com/webmd_today/home/default.htm

Use the search box to locate information on bioterrorism, highly contagious diseases and vaccine programs.


           General Information 


          Books

Davies, Barry. Terrorism: Inside a World Phenomenon. London, Virgin Books Ltd., 2003. 280 p.
Includes information on the history of terrorism; terrorist organizations country by country; anti-terrorist units around the world and the future of terrorism.

Book call no.: 303.625 D255t

Framing Terrorism: The News Media, the Government and the Public, edited by Pippa Norris. New York, Routledge, 2003. 329 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 F813

Gilbert, Paul. New Terror, New Wars. Washington, Georgetown University Press, 2003.    164 p.
Deals with the core issues of traditional conflict and the current wave of international terrorism.

Book call no.: 303.625 G465n

Halpern, Micah. What you Need to Know About: Terror. London, The Toby Press, 2003. 163 p.
Answers questions such as "What is terror?" Includes sections on Islamic Terror, sponsors of terror and a guide to the world's terror organizations.

Book call no.: 364.14 H195w

Henderson, Harry. Global Terrorism. New York, Facts on File, 2004. 316 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 H496t

Kassimeris, George. Europe's Last Red Terrorists: The Revolutionary Organization 17 November. New York, New York University Press, 2001. 262 p.
Book call no.: 303.62509495.K19e

Patterns of Global Terrorism. Washington, U.S. Department of State, 2003. 1 vol.
Also available at:http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/pgtrpt/2003/c12108.htm
Book call no.: R 303.625 P316

Schechter, Danny. Media Wars: News at a Time of Terror. New York, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2003. 234 p.
Book call no.: 070.449973931 S314m

Tuman, Joseph S. Communicating Terror: The Rhetorical Dimensions of Terrorism. Thousand Oaks, CA, SAGE Publications, 2003. 156 p.
Argues that the meaning of terrorism is socially constructed and suggests a new definition of terrorism, chiefly as a process of communication.

Book call no.: 303.625 T925c

United States. Congress. Senate. Select Committee on Intelligence. Current and Projected National Security Threats to the United States. Hearing. 108th Congress, 1st session, February 11, 2003. Washington, GPO, 2003. 239 p.
Book call no.: 353.170973 U581c 2003

When the AK-47s Fall Silent: Revolutionaries, Guerrillas, and the Dangers of Peace. Edited and translated by Timothy C. Brown. Stanford, CA, Hoover Institution Press, 2000.   328 p.
Book call no.: 972.84 W567

Whittaker, David J. Terrorism: Understanding the Global Threat. New York, Longman Pearson Education, 2002. 213 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 W624t

Whittaker, David J. Terrorists and Terrorism in the Contemporary World. New York, Routledge, 2004. 172 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 W624t

          Periodicals

Dedeoglu, Beril. Bermuda Triangle: Comparing Official Definitions of Terrorist Activity. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:81-110 Autumn 2003.

Evans, Ernest. Goodness Armed with Power: Lessons from Other Democracies for the U.S. War on Terrorism. World Affairs 166:127-131 Winter 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11752116&db=aph
Examines the experiences of several democratic governments with terrorism. Issues on the maintenance of governmental legitimacy; Legal questions involved in fighting terrorism; Relationship between military and police forces; Issues of international cooperation.

Gordon, Avishag. The Effect of Database and Website Inconstancy on the Terrorism Field's Delineation. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:79-88 March-April 2004.

Kuhnhardt, Ludger. Global Society and its Enemies: 9/11 and the Future of Atlantic Civilisation. Totalitarian Movements and Political Religions 4:157-172 Autumn 2003.

Pressman, Jeremy. Leaderless Resistance: The Next Threat? Current History 102:422-425 December 2003.

Tangredi, Sam J. The Wisdom on Terror. Naval War College Review 56:147-154 Winter 2003.
Review essay.

           Videos

The Age of Terror: A Survey of Modern Terrorism. Princeton, NJ, Films for the Humanities & Sciences, 2003. 4 videocassettes (194 min.).
Part 1: "In the Name of Liberation: Freedom by any Means." Part 2: "In the Name of Revolution: Gun-Barrel Politics." Part 3: "In the Name of God: Holy Word, Holy War." Part 4: "In the Name of the State: When Might Makes Right."

AUL Video 303.625 A1265


         History of Terrorism           


           Books

Chaplin, A. Terror: The New Theater of War: Mao's Legacy: Selected Cases of Terrorism in the 20th and 21st Centuries. Lanham, MD, University Press of America, 2003. 293 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 C464t

Chasdi, Richard J. Tapestry of Terror: A Portrait of Middle East Terrorism, 1994 - 1999. New York, Lexington Books, 2002. 509 p.
Book call no.: 303.6250956 C487t

Dolan, Anne. Commemorating the Irish Civil War: History and Memory, 1923-2000. New York, Cambridge University Press, 2003. 238 p.
Book call no.: 941.50822 D659c

M15 and Ireland: 1939-1945 The Official History. Edited and introduced by Eunan O'Halpin. Foreword by Christopher Andrew. Portland, OR, Irish Academic Press, 2003. 130 p.
Book call no.: 940.548641 M618

Peleg, Samuel. Zealotry and Venegence: Quest of a Religious Identity Group: A Sociopolitical Account of the Rabin Assassination. Lanham, MD, Lexington Books, 2002. 189 p.
Book call no.: 303.6095694 P381z

Terrorism: A Documentary History. Compiled by Bruce Maxwell. Washington, CQ Press, 2003. 494 p.
Book call no.: R 303.625 T32818

United States. Congress. Commemorative Joint Meeting of the Congress of the United States: In Remembrance of the Victims and Heroes of September 11, 2001. 107th Congress, 2nd session, September 6, 2002. Washington, GPO, 2003. 313 p. (, House Document No. 107-285).
Book call no.: 973.931 U583c

          Periodicals

Clutterbuck, Lindsay. The Progenitors of Terrorism: Russian Revolutionaries or Extreme Irish Republicans? Terrorism and Political Violence 16:154-181 Spring 2004.

Grob-Fitzgibbon, Benjamin. From the Dagger to the Bomb: Karl Heinzen and the Evolution of Political Terror. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:97-115 Spring 2004.

Murphy, John F. Michael Collins and the Craft of Intelligence. International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence 17:333-357 Summer 2004.

Pringle, Robert W. Modernization of Terror: The Transformation of Stalin's NRVD, 1934-1941. International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence 17:113-123 Spring 2004.

Welch, Richard F. The IRA's Guerilla Wars. Military History 20:58-64 April 2003.

Winkler, David F. Swift and Effective Retribution: El Dorado Canyon Sent "A Powerful Message". Sea Power 46:28 March 2003.


         The Threat - Terror Groups 


    al Qaida  


         Audio

Bergen, Peter L. Holy War Inc.: Inside the Secret World of Osama bin Laden. New York, Simon & Schuster, 2001. 4 sound discs (4.5 hrs).
Abridged. Compact disc.

AUL Audio 303.625 B495ha

         Books

Burke, Jason. Al-Qaeda: Casting a Shadow of Terror. New York, I. B. Tauris, 2003. 292 p.
Shows how the threat from Islamic terrorism comes not from one man, nor even one group, but from a broad movement with profound roots in the politics, societies and history of the Islamic world.

Book call no.: 303.6250917671 B959a

Coll, Steve. Ghost Wars: the Secret History of the CIA, Afghanistan and bin Laden, from the Soviet Invasion to September 10, 2001. New York, Penguin Press, 2004. 695 p.
Book call no.: 958.1045 C697g

Gray, John. Al Qaeda and What it Means to be Modern. New York, The New Press, 2003. 145 p.
Book call no.: 306.2 G779a

Lance, Peter. 1000 Years for Revenge: International Terrorism and the FBI - the Untold Story. New York, HarperCollins Publishers Inc., 2003. 539 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 L2460

Mahoney, Richard D. Getting Away with Murder: The Real Story behind American Taliban John Walker Lindh and What the U.S. Government Had to Hide. New York, Arcade Publishing2004, 280 p.
Book call no.: 958.1046 M216g

Miniter, Richard. Losing Bin Laden: How Bill Clinton's Failure Unleashed Global Terror. Washington, Regnery Publishing, 2003. 317 p.
Book call no.: 973.929 M665L

Ressa, Maria A. Seeds of Terror: An Eyewitness Account of Al-Qaeda's Newest Center of Operations in Southeast Asia. New York, Free Press, 2003. 254 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 R435s

Smucker, Philip. Al Qaeda's Great Escape: The Military and the Media on Terror's Trail. Washington, Brassey's, Inc, 2004. 228
Book call no.: 958.1046 S666a

         Internet Resources

Abuza, Zachary. Al-Qaeda's Asian Web of Terror. Time South Pacific December 9, 2002.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=8634815&db=f5h
Presents the opinion of the author about al-Qaeda's use of regional affiliates and attacks on soft targets. Probability that al-Qaeda affiliate Jemaah Islamiah was behind the October 12, 2002 Bali bombings; Speculation that al-Qaeda members were responsible for bombings in Kenya during November, 2002.

Asia's Terror Threat. TIMEasia Magazine
Available online at:
http://www.time.com/time/asia/covers/501031013/terror.html?cnn=yes
A year after the deadly attacks, an idyllic island slowly recovers. Hambali's confessions point to more attacks on the horizon.

Elegant, Simon. Where Will They Strike Next? Time South Pacific December 2, 2002.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=8588615&db=f5h
Details the investigation that led to the capture of Imam Samudra, a terrorist suspected of planning the Bali Island bombings, by Indonesian police. Concern about the likelihood of future terrorist attacks in Indonesia and the region; Efforts to find the masterminds behind the Bali bombings; Search for a Yemeni national and senior al-Qaeda operative named Syafullah, a Malaysian named Zubair, and an Indonesian man named Syawal; Discussion of the compartmentalized nature of the terrorist command structure, according to Amrozi, the first suspected member of the Bali bombing team to be arrested; Acts of terrorism that police have linked Samudra to since 1999; Increased security in Jakarta in light of terrorist threats against the children of expatriates.

          Periodicals

Abdallah, Sana. Terrorists on the Loose. Middle East International 723:17 April 16, 2004.

Abuza, Zachary. Learning by Doing: Al Qaeda's Allies in Southeast Asia. Current History 103:171-176 April 2004.

Ansari, M. A Hunt for Bin Laden? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:10-12 March 2004.

Ansari, M. Militant Sails at Sunset. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:5-6 April 2004.

Ansari, M. Pakistan: A Borderline Failure? Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:12-13 April 2004.

Blanche, E. Al-Qaeda's African Mode. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:8-9 April 2004.

Blanche, E. Al-Qaeda Threatens Northern Asia. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:13-14 June 2004.

Blanche, E. Saudi Arabia Unable to Stop Al-Qaeda Campaign. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:1-2 June 2004.

Blanche, E. Somalia's Warlords Bury the Hatchet. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:7-8 March 2004.

Brownfeld, A. Al-Qaeda's Drug-Running Network. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:13-14 February 2004.
With other sources of funding becoming scarce, al-Qaeda relies more heavily on drug trafficking.

Brownfeld, A. Resisting Recovery in Iraq. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:11-12 January 2004.
There is evidence that foreign insurgent groups linked to al Qaida may be entering the country.

Burke, Jason. Al Qaeda. Foreign Policy:18-26 May-June 2004.

Chipman, Don D. Osama bin Laden and Guerrilla War. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 26:163-170 May-June 2003.

Cline, Lawrence E. From Ocalan to Al Qaida: The continuing Terrorist Threat in Turkey. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:321-335 July-August 2004.

Daly, J. C. K. Madrid Bombings: Europe's Future? Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:7-8 April 2004.

Daly, J. C. K. MANPADS 'Blowback' for Al-Qaeda. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:11-12 November 2003.

Daly, John C. Win, Lose or Draw in Yemen. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:5-6 January 2004.
Home to around one-third of al-Qaeda supporters, Yemen is a crucial part of the West's War against Terrorism.

Daly, John C. K. Europe's Soft Underbelly. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:13-14 February 2004.
Security issues in east Europe are caused by al-Qaeda and ex-Soviet nuclear reactors.

Daly, John C. K. Islamist Terrorism in Latin America. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:14-16 October 2003.
Islamic terrorists with links to al Qaeda are active in the Triple Frontier area.

Davis, A. Terrorist Attacks on Mindanao. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:12-14 November 2003.

Durham, Martin. The American Far Right and 9/11. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:96-111 Summer 2003.

Farley, Jonathan David. Breaking Al Qaeda Cells: A Mathematical Analysis of Counterterrorism Operations (A Guide for Risk Assessment and Decision Making). Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:399-411 November-December 2003.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11309133&db=aph
How can we tell if an Al Qaeda cell has been broken? That enough members have been captured or killed so that there is a high likelihood they will be unable to carry out a new attack, and military resources can be redirected away from them and toward more immediate threats? This article uses order theory to quantify the degree to which a terrorist network is still able to function. This tool will help law enforcement know when a battle against Al Qaeda has been won, thus saving the public's money without unduly risking the public's safety. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

Gunaratna, Rohan. The Post Madid Face of Al Qaeda. Washington Quarterly 27:91-101 Summer 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=13233897&db=aph
Points out that Al Qaeda as an organization has learned and adapted its structure and strategy to combat measures implemented to destroy it after the September 11, 2001 attacks. Reliance on associated groups for survival; Development of greater discipline and operational security; Increasing vulnerability of Europe to terrorist attack, as demonstrated by the March 11, 2004 Al Qaeda attacks in Madrid, Spain.

Hegland, Corine. Global Jihad. National Journal 36:1396-1403 May 8, 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=13230465&db=aph
Reports on the new colonies of global terrorists and regional terror operations following the demise of Al Qaeda in 2001. Ideology underlying the Al Qaeda; Range of suicide bombings around the world in 2002-2004; Failures and successes of the global war on terrorism; Transformation of jihadist groups in Southeast Asia; Rise of militancy among Muslim youth in Great Britain.

Hoffman, Bruce. Al Qaeda, Trends in Terrorism, and Future Potentialities: An Assessment. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:429-442 November-December 2003.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11309130&db=aph
This article assesses current trends in terrorism and future potentialities. It examines first the presumed state of Al Qaeda today with particular reference to its likely agenda in a post-Iraq War world. It then more broadly focuses on some key current terrorism trends in order to understand better both how terrorism is changing and what the implications of these changes are in terms of possible future attacks and patterns.

Jarrah, Najm. Iron Fist. Middle East International 713:19 November 21, 2003.

Jones, David Martin. Looking for the Pattern: Al Qaeda in Southeast Asia - The Genealogy of a Terror Network. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:443-457 November-December 2003.
Also available at:http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11309131&db=aph
The aim of this study is to analyze the process by which Al Qaeda has sought to co-opt essentially localized struggles in Southeast Asia into an evolving network of worldwide jihad. The article illustrates how, long before it was appropriate to speak of an entity called Al Qaeda, Islamists have been thinking transnationally since the 1980s.

Jordan, Javier and Boix, Luisa. Al-Qaeda and Western Islam. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:1-17 Spring 2004.

McAllister, Brad. Al Qaeda and the Innovative Firm: Demythologizing the Network. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:297-319 July-August 2004.

Oppenheimer, A. The Conventional Bomb Threat. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:3-5 May 2004.

Oppenheimer, A. Is Al-Qaeda Receiving Nuclear Help? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:6-10 February 2004.
Reports suggest that al-Qaeda obtained nuclear material from Uzbekistan.

Orszag-Land, T. Afghanistan's Deadly Harvest. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:3-4 April 2004.

Pope, Nicole. Al-Qa'ida at Large? Middle East International 721:18-20 March 19, 2004.
The media ridicules army efforts at intelligence gathering, demonstrating just how much things are changing in Turkey.

Pope, Nicole. Istanbul Bombing. Middle East International 713:17-19 November 21, 2003.

Raufer, Xavier. Al Qaeda: A Different Diagnosis. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:391-398 November-December 2003.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11309132&db=aph
When doubt and confusion reign, when things are--or look--complicated, one should revert to fundamental questions. What is Al Qaeda? This is the question addressed by this article. But as a first step, and in a broader perspective, the real danger in the world today is defined. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

Rich, Paul. Al Qaeda and the Radical Islamic Challenge to Western Strategy. Small Wars and Insurgencies 14:39-56 Spring 2003.

Schwartz, Stephen. The Dysfunctional House of Saud. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 9:16-21 Summer 2003.

Shultz, Richard H. and Vogt, Andreas. It's War! Fighting Post-11 September Global Terrorism through a Doctrine of Preemption. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:1-30 Spring 2003.
This assessment reveals how the Al-Qaeda network bears a resemblance to fourth-generation asymmetrical warfare and not to the 1990s profile of the intelligence community.

Thomas, Timothy L. Al Qaeda and the Internet: The Danger of "Cyberplanning". Parameters 33:112-123 Spring 2003.

Tomlinson, Michael. Bin Laden's Faith is a Pretext for Violence. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 129:64-65 March 2003.

Ulph, S. Islamist Reverse in Morocco. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:6-8 January 2004.
Bin Laden cited Morocco as a country suitable for the propagation of the holy war.

Venter, Al J. Al-Qaeda's Shadow Over East Africa. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:6-7 February 2004.
Western intelligence suggests al-Qaeda has established a significant presence in East Africa and security forces have been unable to prevent the intrusions.

Wadley, Reed L. Treachery and Deceit: Parallels in Tribal and Terrorist Warfare? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:331-345 September-October 2003.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=10719999&db=aph
The use of treachery (a deliberate betrayal of trust) and deceit (the ensnaring by guile) are generally overlooked aspects of warfare, whether in tribal or state societies. What distinguishes treacherous attacks from other forms of ambush is the necessity of peaceful social interaction between attacker and victim immediately prior to the assault. This article examines the cross-cultural evidence for its use in tribal societies, and relates the implications of these findings to the apparent use of treachery and deceit in a number of guerrilla/terrorist conflicts, including the Al Qaeda attacks of 11 September 2001.

Who is Abu Musab Zarqawi? Counterterrorism & Homeland Security Reports 11:4 2004.


            Domestic Groups


          Books

Chalmers, David. Backfire: How the Ku Klux Klan Helped the Civil Rights Movement. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2003 . 205 p .
Book call no.: 323.0973 C438b

Crothers, Lane. Rage on the Right: The American Militia Movement from Ruby Ridge to Homeland Security. New York, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2003. 204 p.
Book call no.: 322.420973 C951r

Cunningham, David. There's Something Happening Here: The New Left, the Klan, and FBI Counterintelligence. Berkeley, CA, University of California Press, 2004. 366 p.
Book call no.: 363.25931 C973t

Emerson, Steven. American Jihad: The Terrorists Living Among Us. New York, The Free Press, 2002. 285 p.
Book call no.: 303.6250917671 E53a

Griffin, Robert S. The Fame of a Dead Man's Deeds: An Up-Close Portrait of White Nationalist William Pierce. Bloomington, IN, 1st Books Library, 2001. 434 p.
Book call no.: 92 P618g

Michael, George. Confronting Right-Wing Extremism and Terrorism in the USA. New York, Routledge, 2003. 283 p.
Book call no.: 322.420973 M621c

Pipes, Daniel. Militant Islam Reaches America. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 2003. 326 p.
Book call no.: 320.55 P665m 2003

          Periodicals

Ackerman, Gary A. Beyond Arson? A Threat Assessment of the Earth Liberation Front. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:143-170 Winter 2003.

Biliouri, Daphne and Makarenko, Tamara. Earth Liberation Front Increases Actions Across the USA. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:28-30 September 2003.
Following an increase in the number of arson attacks carried out by the Earth Liberation Front, the group is now considered a serious threat to US security.

Leader, Stefan H. and Probst, Peter. The Earth Liberation Front and Environmental Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:37-58 Winter 2003.

Michael, George. The Revolutionary Model of Dr William L. Pierce. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:62-80 Autumn 2003.


  FARC 



         
Periodicals

Daly, John C. K. Colombian Suicide Bombers? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:15-16 April 2004.

Isacson, Adam. Optimism, Pessimism, and Terrorism: The United States and Colombia in 2003. The Brown Journal of World Affairs 10:245-255 Winter-Spring 2004.


   HAMAS  


          Internet Resources

Rauch, Jonathan. Like it or Not, Israel's War with HAMAS is America's, Too. National Journal April 3, 2004.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=12887181&db=aph
Discusses how the U.S. will be involved in Israel's war with the Hamas due to its war against the Al Qaeda. Reaction of United Nations Security Council members on the assassination of Ahmed Yassin, founder and head of Hamas in Gaza; Description of Yassin and the Hamas Islamist militant organization; Similarities between Al Qaeda and Hamas; War declared by Yassin's successor, Abdel Aziz Rantisi, against the U.S.

Simon, Steven and Stevenson, Jonathan. Confronting Hamas. National Interest 74:59-69 Winter 2003-04.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11960983&db=aph
Focuses on how should Israel deal with Hamas, a Palestinian terrorist group which conducts suicide bombing directed against Israelis. Capability of Hamas to block the peace process between the Palestinian Authority and Israel; Reaction of Israel to suicide attacks by Hamas; Description of the organization and ideology of Hamas; Power struggle between Hamas and Fatah in the Palestinian Authority; Discussion on how should the United States handle the problem between Israel and Palestinian Authority.

         Periodicals

Amayreh, Khalid. Hamas Changes Tactics. Middle East International 717:16-17 January 23, 2004.
Hamas calls an undeclared halt to attacks on Israeli civilians.

Blanche, E. After Yassin: The Abyss Beckons. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:1-2 April 2004.

Blanche, E. Hamas and Arafat Talk of 'National Plan.' Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:1-3 May 2004.

Blanche, E. Hamas 'Poised to Take Over Gaza.' Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:6-7 March 2004.

Blanche, E. Jewish Extremists Mirror Hamas. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:7-10 October 2003.

Gunning, Jeroen. Peace with Hamas? The Transforming Potential of Political Participation. International Affairs 80:233-255 March 2004 .

Simon, Steven and Stevenson, Jonathan. Confronting Hamas. National Interest 74:59-69 Winter 2003-04.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11960983&db=aph
Focuses on how should Israel deal with Hamas, a Palestinian terrorist group which conducts suicide bombing directed against Israelis. Capability of Hamas to block the peace process between the Palestinian Authority and Israel; Reaction of Israel to suicide attacks by Hamas; Description of the organization and ideology of Hamas; Power struggle between Hamas and Fatah in the Palestinian Authority; Discussion on how should the United States handle the problem between Israel and Palestinian Authority.

Usher, Graham. The Assassination of Shaykh Yasin. Middle East International 722:4-6 April 2, 2004.


        Hizballah  


          Books

Deeb, Marius. Syria's Terrorist War on Lebanon and the Peace Process. New York, Palgrave MacMillan, 2003. 285 p.
Book call no.: 327.569105692 D311s

          Periodicals

Noueihed, Lin. Hizbullah Rides High. Middle East International 718:11-12 February 6, 2004.
Hizbullah reaffirms its regional importance as it welcomes home prisoners released by Israel in a decidedly one-sided exchange.

Noueihed, Lin. Hizbullah: Time to Lay Down its Arms? Middle East International 720:28-30 March 5, 2004.

Strindberg, Anders. Assessing the Hizbullah Threat. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:24-27 March 2003.


    Irish Republican Army  


          Books

Adams, Gerry. A Farther Shore: Ireland's Long Road to Peace. New York, Random House, 2003. 412 p.
Book call no.: 941.60824 A213f

Irwin, Colin. The People's Peace Process in Northern Ireland. New York, PALGRAVE MACMILLAN, 2002. 326 p.
Book call no.: 941.6 I72p

Peace at Last? The Impact of the Good Friday Agreement on Northern Ireland, edited by Jorg Neuheiser and Stefan Wolff. New York, Berghahn Books, 2002. 236 p.
Book call no.: 941.50824 P355

          Periodicals

Neumann, Peter R. Bringing in the Rogues: Political Violence, the British Government and Sinn Fein. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:154-171 Autumn 2003.

Oppenheimer, A. Is the IRA Laying Down its Arms? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor :7-10 November 2003.


   Jamaah Islamiah 


          Periodicals

Abuza, Zachary. Learning by Doing: Al Qaeda's Allies in Southeast Asia. Current History 103:171-176 April 2004.

Abuza, Zachary. The State of Jemaah Islamiya. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs. 28:93-112 Winter 2004.

Davis, T. Thailand's Troubled South. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:12-14 October 2003.
Thailand's southern provinces have seen increased terrorist activity by Muslims with links to Jamaah Islamiah (JI).

Desker, Barry. The Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) Phenomenon in Singapore. Contemporary Southeast Asia 25:489-507 December 2003.

          Internet Resources

Abuza, Zachary. Al-Qaeda's Asian Web of Terror. Time South Pacific December 9, 2002.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=8634815&db=f5h
Presents the opinion of the author about al-Qaeda's use of regional affiliates and attacks on soft targets. Probability that al-Qaeda affiliate Jemaah Islamiah was behind the October 12, 2002 Bali bombings; Speculation that al-Qaeda members were responsible for bombings in Kenya during November, 2002.


  Radical Political Islam 


          Books

Buck-Morss, Susan. Thinking Past Terror: Islamism and Critical Theory on the Left. New York, Verso, 2003. 148 p.
Book call no.: 303.69 B925t

Kukis, Mark. "My Heart Became Attached": The Strange Odyssey of John Walker Lindh. Washington, Brassey's, Inc, 2003.
Book call no.: 958.1046 K96m

Stern, Jessica. Terror in the Name of God: Why Religious Militants Kill. New York, HarperCollins, 2003. 368 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 S839t

          Internet Resources

Asia's Terror Threat. TIMEasia Magazine
Available online at: http://www.time.com/time/asia/covers/501031013/terror.html?cnn=yes
A year after the deadly attacks, an idyllic island slowly recovers. Hambali's confessions point to more attacks on the horizon.

Periodicals

Bankoff, Greg. Regions of Risk: Western Discourses on Terrorism and the Significance of Islam. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:413-428 November-December 2003.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11309126&db=aph

Bedi, R. Bombay Bombings Fuel Tension. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:12-13 September 2003.

Bertrand, Serge. Fighting Islamist Terrorism: An Indirect Strategic Approach. Canadian Military Journal 3:15-20 Winter 2002-2003.

Blanche, E. Ansar al-Islam Takes on the USA. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:1-3 February 2004.

Daly, J. C. Superpowers and the Shanghai Six. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:10-11 February 2004.
Russia and China are strengthening the Shanghai Co-Operation Organisation to counter growing U.S. influence.

Davis, A. Thailand's Southern Predicament. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:15-16 April 2004.

Hecht, Richard D. Deadly History, Deadly Actions, and Deadly Bodies: A Response to Ivan Strenski's 'Sacrifice, Gift and the Social Logic of Muslim "Human Bombers."' Terrorism and Political Violence 15:35-47 Autumn 2003.

Hegland, Corine. Global Jihad. National Journal 36:1396-1403 May 8, 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=13230465&db=aph
Reports on the new colonies of global terrorists and regional terror operations following the demise of Al Qaeda in 2001. Ideology underlying the Al Qaeda; Range of suicide bombings around the world in 2002-2004; Failures and successes of the global war on terrorism; Transformation of jihadist groups in Southeast Asia; Rise of militancy among Muslim youth in Great Britain.

Husby, Gorill. Islam Gains Ground in East Africa. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:30-31 May 2003.

Kershaw, Roger. Islamic Terrorism and English Archibishops. Contemporary Review 285:40-49 July 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=13988422&db=aph

Layton, Peter. The New Arab Way of War. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 129:62-65 March 2003.

Martin, Richard C. Ivan Strenski's Analysis of Human Bombers: A Response. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:48-56 Autumn 2003.

Singh, Bilveer. The Challenge of Militant Islam and Terrorism in Indonesia. Australian Journal of International Affairs 58:47-68 March 2004.

Strenski, Ivan. Reply to Hecht and Martin. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:57-61 Autumn 2003.

Strenski, Ivan. Sacrifice, Gift and the Social Logic of Muslim "Human Bombers." Terrorism and Political Violence 15:1-34 Autumn 2003.

Weinberg, Leonard. The Social and Religious Characteristics of Suicide Bombers and Their Victims. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:139-153 Autumn 2003.


 The Threat - Financing Terrorism


          Books

Brisard, Jean-Charles. Terrorism Financing: Roots and Trends of Saudi Terrorism Financing. New York, JCB Consulting, Dec 19, 2002. 34 p.
Report prepared for the President of the Security Council United Nations.

Book call no.: 303.625 B859t

Ehrehfeld, Rachel. Funding Evil: How Terrorism is Financed and How to Stop It. Chicago, Bonus Books, 2003. 267 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 E33f

Farah, Douglas. Blood from Stones: The Secret Financial Network of Terror. New York, Broadway Books, 2004. 225 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 F219b

Napoleoni, Loretta. Modern Jihad: Tracing the Dollars Behind he Terror Networks. London, Pluto Press, 2003. 295 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 N216m

          Periodicals

Daly, J. C. K. The Colombian Terrorist Melting Pot. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:15-16 May 2004.

Horgan, John Taylor Max. Playing the "Green Card" - Financing the Provisional IRA: Part 2. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:1-60 Summer 2003.

LeBlanc, Brian. Sources of Terrorist Funding: The Drug Trade. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 10:26-34 Summer 2004.

Raphaeli, Nimrod. Financing of Terrorism: Sources, Methods, and Channels. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:59-82 Winter 2003.

Sanderson, Thomas M. Transnational Terror and Organized Crime: Blurring the Lines. SAIS Review 24:49-61 Winter-Spring 2004.
"The global war on terrorism is constricting the flow of financial support to terror groups. To circumvent these measures, transnational terrorist organizations are moving deeper into organized criminal activity."

Venter, Al J. Stopping the Money Men. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:4-5 January 2004.

Wiencek, David G. The International Kidnapping Threat. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 10:36-40 Summer 2004.


         The Threat - Geographic Areas


       Africa  


Books

Terrorism in the Horn of Africa. Washington, United States Institute of Peace, 2004. 15 p.
Book call no.: 303.6250963 T328

          Internet Resources

Abuza, Zachary. Al-Qaeda's Asian Web of Terror. Time South Pacific December 9, 2002.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=8634815&db=f5h
Presents the opinion of the author about al-Qaeda's use of regional affiliates and attacks on soft targets. Probability that al-Qaeda affiliate Jemaah Islamiah was behind the October 12, 2002 Bali bombings; Speculation that al-Qaeda members were responsible for bombings in Kenya during November, 2002.

          Periodicals

Blanche, E. Sudan Peace in the Balance. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:4-5 May 2004.

Husby, Gorill. Islam Gains Ground in East Africa. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:30-31 May 2003.

Lyman, Princeton N and Morrison, F. Stephen. The Terrorist Threat in Africa. Foreign Affairs 93:75-86 January-February 2004.

Venter, Al J. Oil and Insurgency in Nigeria. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:10-11 September 2003.
Nigerian militants have begun to resemble the FARC and ELN insurgents in Colombia or the Aceh-based rebels in Indonesia.


          Asia 


          Books

Adult Wars, Child Soldiers: Voices of Children Involved in Armed Conflict in the East Asia and Pacific Region. Bangkok, Thailand, UNICEF, United Nations Children's Fund, 2002. 81 p.
Book call no.: 323.352 A244

Countering Terror: New Directions Post '911', edited by Clive Williams and Brendan Taylor. Canberra, Australia, Strategic Defence Studies Centre Australian National University, 2003. 81 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 C855

Khamidov, Alisher. Countering the Call: The U.S., Hizb-Ut-Tahrir, and Religious Extremism in Central Asia. Washington, The Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution, July 2003. 23 p. (, Analysis Paper Number 4).
Book call no.: 320.5570958 K45c

Levy, Bernard-Henri. Who Killed Daniel Pearl? Hoboken, NJ, Melville House Publishing, 2003. 454 p.
Book call no.: 070.92 L668w

Marks, Thomas A. Insurgency in Nepal. Carlisle, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, December 2003. 40 p.
Book call no.: 954.96 M346i

McDermott, Roger N. Countering Global Terrorism: Developing the Antiterrorist Capabilities of the Central Asian Militaries. Carlisle, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2004. 46 p.
Book call no.: 363.320958 M134e

McDonald, Hamish. Masters of Terror: Indonesia's Military & Violence in East Timor in 1999. Canberra, Australia, Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University, 2002. 325 p.
Book call no.: 363.3209598 M423

Rabasa, Angel M. Political Islam in Southeast Asia: Moderates, Radicals and Terrorists. New York, International Institute for Strategic Studies , 2003. p (, Adelphi Paper 358)
Book call no.: 909.82 I61a no. 358

          Internet Resources

Abuza, Zachary. Al-Qaeda's Asian Web of Terror. Time South Pacific December 9, 2002.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=8634815&db=f5h
Presents the opinion of the author about al-Qaeda's use of regional affiliates and attacks on soft targets. Probability that al-Qaeda affiliate Jemaah Islamiah was behind the October 12, 2002 Bali bombings; Speculation that al-Qaeda members were responsible for bombings in Kenya during November, 2002.

Asia's Terror Threat. TIMEasia Magazine.
Available online at: http://www.time.com/time/asia/covers/501031013/terror.html?cnn=yes
A year after the deadly attacks, an idyllic island slowly recovers. Hambali's confessions point to more attacks on the horizon.

Elegant, Simon. Where Will They Strike Next? Time South Pacific December 2, 2002.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=8588615&db=f5h
Details the investigation that led to the capture of Imam Samudra, a terrorist suspected of planning the Bali Island bombings, by Indonesian police. Concern about the likelihood of future terrorist attacks in Indonesia and the region; Efforts to find the masterminds behind the Bali bombings; Search for a Yemeni national and senior al-Qaeda operative named Syafullah, a Malaysian named Zubair, and an Indonesian man named Syawal; Discussion of the compartmentalized nature of the terrorist command structure, according to Amrozi, the first suspected member of the Bali bombing team to be arrested; Acts of terrorism that police have linked Samudra to since 1999; Increased security in Jakarta in light of terrorist threats against the children of expatriates.

          Periodicals

Abuza, Zachary. Learning by Doing: Al Qaeda's Allies in Southeast Asia. Current History 103:171-176 April 2004.

Ansari, M. Pakistan Police and Suicide Bombers. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:10-11 June 2004.

Ansari, M. Pakistan's Powder Keg. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:13-15 May 2004.

Ayres, Alyssa. Musharaf's Pakistan: A Nation on the Edge. Current History 103:151-157 April 2004.

Banlaoi, Rommel C. Broadening Philippine-Australia Defence Relations in the Post 9/11 Era: Issues and Prospects. Contemporary Southeast Asia 25:473-488 December 2003.

Bedi, R. Bombay Bombings Fuel Tension. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:12-13 September 2003.

Bedi, R. India's Mosaic of Conflict. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:12-14 July 2004.

Bedi, R. Trouble in Bhutan. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:10-11 January 2004.
Bhutan faces the possibility of terror attacks in its own territory.

Bedi, R. Troubles in Pakistan's Remote North. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:12-14 March 2004.
The rapid settling-in of Punjabis and Pakhtoons from outside has created a sense of acute insecurity among the local Shias.

Blanche, E. Al-Qaeda Threatens Northern Asia. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:13-14 June 2004.

Brownfield, A. US Rethinks Foreign Policy on Iran. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:14-16 July 2004.

Chakravarty, Sayantan. We Were Told to Kill Indians or Die. India Today International XXVIII :10-12 December 8, 2003.
Details confessions of Pakistani youths recruited by the Lashkar-e-Toiba Fidayeen to carry out suicide attacks.

Cotton, James. Southeast Asia after 11 September. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:148-170 Spring 2003.
Southeast Asia has become the second front in the global campaign against terrorism.

Daly, J. C. Superpowers and the Shanghai Six. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:10-11 February 2004.
Russia and China are strengthening the Shanghai Co-Operation Organisation to counter growing U.S. influence.

Daly, J. C. K. Kyrgyzstan: Anti-Terrorist Epicentre. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:10-11 April 2004.

Davis, A. Thailand's Southern Predicament. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:15-16 April 2004.

Davis, T. Thailand's Troubled South. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:12-14 October 2003.
Thailand's southern provinces have seen increased terrorist activity by Muslims with links to Jamaah Islamiah (JI).

Desker, Barry. The Jemaah Islamiyah (JI) Phenomenon in Singapore. Contemporary Southeast Asia 25:489-507 December 2003.

Dundes, Lauren and Rajapaksa, Sushama. Just Deserts: An Examination of Sri Lankans's Reactions to 9/11. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:31-45 January-February 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11623046&db=aph
The terrorism of 9/11 elicited a range of different reactions from around the world, including the sentiment that 9/11 was just deserts for America's presence abroad as an unwelcome world policeman. To help determine the prevalence of this perspective, the authors surveyed a sample of 335 well-educated, English speaking Sri Lankans.

Ganguly, Sumit. Pakistan, the Other Rogue Nation. Current History 103:147-150 April 2004.

Haleem, Irm. Micro Target, Macro Impact: The Resolution of the Kashmir Conflict as a Key to Shrinking Al-Qaeda's International Terrorist Network. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:18-47 Spring 2004.

Kinnane, Derk. Outmaneuvering Terror: Winning Over the Muslim Mind. National Interest 75:93-99 Spring 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=12738534&db=aph
Discusses the efforts of the U.S. to counter the minds of the Arabs and Muslims. Information on Al-Hurra, a satellite television station launched by the U.S. that will beam news and entertainment for the Arabs; List of supporters of Jamaah Islamiya terrorists in Southeast Asia; Definition of salafi.

Nichiporuk, Brian. Regional Demographics and the War on Terrorism. RUSI Journal 148:22-29 February 2003.

Oppenheimer, A. Aum Shinrikyo: Lessons to be Learnt. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:3-4 March 2004.

Oppenheimer, A. North Korea: Sponsor of Terrorism? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:10-12 October 2003.

Orszag-Land, T. Securing Uzbekistan's Bioweapons. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:7 January 2004.
Remnants of biological weapons from the Soviet era are still held in Uzbekistan.

Singh, Bilveer. The Challenge of Militant Islam and Terrorism in Indonesia. Australian Journal of International Affairs 58:47-68 March 2004.

Smith, Anthony L. A Glass Half Full: Indonesia-U.S. Relations in the Age of Terror. Contemporary Southeast Asia 25:449-472 December 2003.

Tan, Andrew. Southeast Asia as the "Second Front" in the War Against Terrorism: Evaluating the Threat and Responses. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:112-138 Summer 2003.

Tan, See Seng and Ramakrishna, Kumar. Interstate and Intrastate Dynamics in Southeast Asia's War on Terror. SAIS Review 24:91-105 Winter-Spring 2004.

Tay, Simon S. C. Asia and the United States after 9/11: Primacy and Partnership in the Pacific. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 28:113-144 Winter 2004.


         Europe  


Books

Adams, Gerry. A Farther Shore: Ireland's Long Road to Peace. New York, Random House, 2003. 412 p.
Book call no.: 941.60824 A213f

Confronting Terrorism: European Experiences, Threat Perceptions and Policies, edited by Marianne van Leeuwen. New York, Kluwer Law International, 2003. 236 p.
Book call no.: 363.32094 C748

Irwin, Colin. The People's Peace Process in Northern Ireland. New York, PALGRAVE MACMILLAN, 2002. 326 p.
Book call no.: 941.6 I72p

Mees, Ludger. Nationalism, Violence and Democracy: The Basque Clash of Identities. New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2003. 223 p.
Book call no.: 320.5409466 N277

Peace at Last? The Impact of the Good Friday Agreement on Northern Ireland, edited by Jorg Neuheiser and Stefan Wolff. New York, Berghahn Books, 2002. 236 p.
Book call no.: 941.50824 P355

Petersen, Roger D. Understanding Ethnic Violence: Fear, Hatred, and Resentment in Twentieth-Century Eastern Europe. New York, Cambridge University Press, 2002. 296 p.
Book call no.: 305.800947 P484u

          Periodicals

Brownfeld, A. US Sanctions Loom Over Syria. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:5-7 May 2004.

Gregory, Shaun. France and the War on Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:124-147 Spring 2003.
Article reviews France's experience of terrorism since the end of WWII and details the evolving state responses to the challenges of modern terrorism.

Gunaratna, Rohan. The Post Madrid Face of Al Qaeda. Washington Quarterly 27:91-101 Summer 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=13233897&db=aph
Points out that Al Qaeda as an organization has learned and adapted its structure and strategy to combat measures implemented to destroy it after the September 11, 2001 attacks. Reliance on associated groups for survival; Development of greater discipline and operational security; Increasing vulnerability of Europe to terrorist attack, as demonstrated by the March 11, 2004 Al Qaeda attacks in Madrid, Spain.

Jensen, Richard Bach. Daggers, Rifles and Dynamite: Anarchist Terrorism in Nineteenth Century Europe. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:116-153 Spring 2004.

Neumann, Peter R. Bringing in the Rogues: Political Violence, the British Government and Sinn Fein. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:154-171 Autumn 2003.

Oppenheimer, A. Is the IRA Laying Down its Arms? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor :7-10 November 2003.

Shapiro, Jeremy and Suzan, Benedicte. The French Experience of Counter-Terrorism. Survival 45:67-98 Spring 2003.


     Middle East  


          Books

Deeb, Marius. Syria's Terrorist War on Lebanon and the Peace Process. New York, Palgrave MacMillan, 2003. 285 p.
Book call no.: 327.569105692 D311s

Horovitz, David. Still Life with Bombers: Israel in the Age of Terrorism. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2004. 266 p.
Book call no.: 956.94054 H816s

Israeli, Raphael. War, Peace and Terror in the Middle East. Portland, OR, Frank Cass, 2003. 315 p.
Book call no.: 956.053 I85w

          Internet Resources

Rauch, Jonathan. Like it or Not, Israel's War with HAMAS is America's, Too. National Journal April 3, 2004.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=12887181&db=aph
Discusses how the U.S. will be involved in Israel's war with the Hamas due to its war against the Al Qaeda. Reaction of United Nations Security Council members on the assassination of Ahmed Yassin, founder and head of Hamas in Gaza; Description of Yassin and the Hamas Islamist militant organization; Similarities between Al Qaeda and Hamas; War declared by Yassin's successor, Abdel Aziz Rantisi, against the U.S.

Shaw, Eric D. Saddam Hussein: Political Psychological Profiling Results Relevant in His Possession, Use, and Possible Transfer of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) to Terrorist Groups. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:347-364 September-October 2003.
Also available at:http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=10720000&db=aph

Simon, Steven and Stevenson, Jonathan. Confronting Hamas. National Interest 74:59-69 Winter 2003-04.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11960983&db=aph
Focuses on how should Israel deal with Hamas, a Palestinian terrorist group which conducts suicide bombing directed against Israelis. Capability of Hamas to block the peace process between the Palestinian Authority and Israel; Reaction of Israel to suicide attacks by Hamas; Description of the organization and ideology of Hamas; Power struggle between Hamas and Fatah in the Palestinian Authority; Discussion on how should the United States handle the problem between Israel and Palestinian Authority.

          Periodicals

Alam, Anwar. The Sociology and Political Economy of "Islamic Terrorism" in Egypt. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:114-142 Winter 2003.

Alimi, Eitan. The Effects of Opportunities on Insurgencies. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:111-138 Autumn 2003.

Amayreh, Khalid. Hamas Changes Tactics. Middle East International 717:16-17 January 23, 2004.
Hamas calls an undeclared halt to attacks on Israeli civilians.

Blanche, E. After Yassin: The Abyss Beckons. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:1-2 April 2004.

Blanche, E. Gulf's Oil Routes Under Threat. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:5-7 May 2004 .

Blanche, E. Hamas and Arafat Talk of 'National Plan.' Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:1-3 May 2004.

Blanche, E. Jewish Extremists Mirror Hamas. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:7-10 October 2003.

Blanche, E. Saudi Arabia Unable to Stop Al-Qaeda Campaign. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:1-2 June 2004.

Briggs, Joe Bob. The Q-Man. National Interest 74:115-120 Winter 2003-04.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11961005&db=aph
Describes Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi. Terrorist activities of Qaddafi; Details on how he gained power in Libya; Political and social views of Qaddafi; Change of foreign policy orientation of Qadaffi as of December 2003.

Brownfeld, A. Resisting Recovery in Iraq. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:11-12 January 2004.
There is evidence that foreign insurgent groups linked to al Qaida may be entering the country.

Carothers, Thomas. Democracy: Terrorism's Uncertain Antidote. Current History 102:403-406 December 2003.
Comments on the U.S. government's attention to the near-total lack of democracy in the Middle East. Impact of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the U.S. government's Middle East policy.

Collins, Stephen D. Dissuading State Support of Terrorism: Strikes or Sanctions? (An Analysis of Dissuasion Measures Employed Against Libya). Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:1-18 January-February 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11623048&db=aph
This study examines the efficacy of various strategies of dissuading state support for terrorism. Libya represents the principle case study employed to test the impact of military force, unilateral economic sanctions, and multilateral economic sanctions against states which provide support to international terrorist organizations. The frequency of Libyan-supported terrorist attacks declined after the application, in 1986, of U.S. unilateral economic sanctions and military force against the regime of Muammar Qaddafi. However, these measures were unable to reduce the lethality of Libyan-supported terrorism, as the number of individuals killed by Libyan terrorism escalated substantially in the years following American airstrikes and sanctions. After the application of multilateral sanctions in 1992, however, Libya essentially dismantled its terrorist support program.

Gunning, Jeroen. Peace with Hamas? The Transforming Potential of Political Participation. International Affairs 80:233-255 March 2004 .

Najib, M. Hamas Sends out Political Feelers. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:1-3 October 2003.
The relationship between the Egyptian government and Hamas has witnessed a swift rapprochement over the past few months.

Sayigh, Yezid. The Palestinian Strategic Impasse. Survival 44:7-21 Winter 2002-2003.

Shaw, Eric D. Saddam Hussein: Political Psychological Profiling Results Relevant in His Possession, Use, and Possible Transfer of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) to Terrorist Groups. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:347-364 September-October 2003.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=10720000&db=aph

Simon, Steven and Stevenson, Jonathan. Confronting Hamas. National Interest 74:59-69 Winter 2003-04.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11960983&db=aph
Focuses on how should Israel deal with Hamas, a Palestinian terrorist group which conducts suicide bombing directed against Israelis. Capability of Hamas to block the peace process between the Palestinian Authority and Israel; Reaction of Israel to suicide attacks by Hamas; Description of the organization and ideology of Hamas; Power struggle between Hamas and Fatah in the Palestinian Authority; Discussion on how should the United States handle the problem between Israel and Palestinian Authority.

Usher, Graham. The Assassination of Shaykh Yasin. Middle East International 722:4-6 April 2, 2004.


     Russia 


Books

Smith, Mark A. The Axis of Evil: The Russian Approach. Camberley, UK, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Conflict Studies Research Centre, July 2003. 12 p.
Book call no.: 327.47073 S655a

Smith, Mark A. Russian Perspectives on Terrorism. Camberley, Surrey, England, Conflict Studies Research Centre, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, January 2004. 24 p.
Book call no.: 363.320947 S655r

          Periodicals

Ashour, Omar. Security, Oil, and Internal Politics: The Causes of the Russo-Chechen Conflicts. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:127-143 March-April 2004.

Baev, Pavel K. Instrumentalizing Counterterrorism for Regime Consolidation in Putin's Russia. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:337-352 July-August 2004.

Daly, J. C. K. Who Killed Zelimkhan Landarbiev? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:5-6 March 2004.

Gorka, S. Chechnya: The Eternal Powder Keg? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:5-6 October 2003.

Gorka, S. L. Chechnya Conflict far From Resolved. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:7-10 June 2004.

Gorka, S. L. An Escalation in Checken Violence? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:12 February 2004.

Gorka, S. L. V. Chechnya: The Start of a New Conflict? Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:3 May 2004.

Gorka, SLV. Chechen Rebels Raise the Stakes. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:15-16 January 2004.
President Putin faces the choice of continuing his hard line approach or negotiating with the rebels.

Makarenko, Tamara. Chechen Militants Threaten Increased Terrorism. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:26-29 May 2003.

Orszag-Land, T. New Investment in Threat Reduction. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:4-5 July 2004.


   South America 


          Books

Wood, Elisabeth Jean. Insurgent Collective Action and Civil War in El Salvador. New York, Cambridge University Press, 2003. 308 p.
Book call no.: 972.84053 W874i

          Periodicals

Brownfeld, A. Target Shifting in Colombia. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:14-16 September 2003.
For all the talk of successes, many in Washington fear that drug production in Colombia has hardly been touched.

Daly, J. C. K. Is Sendero Luminoso Back? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:14-16 November 2003.

Daly, John C. K. Colombian Suicide Bombers? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:15-16 April 2004.

Isacson, Adam. Optimism, Pessimism, and Terrorism: The United States and Colombia in 2003. The Brown Journal of World Affairs 10:245-255 Winter-Spring 2004.

Marcella, Gabriel. US Strategy in Colombia: From Ambiguity to Clarity. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 10:89-116 Autumn 2001.

McDermott, Jeremy. Nightclub Attack Demonstrates FARC's (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias De Colombia) New Urban Capability. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:22-23 March 2003.

Ramos-Mrosovsky, Carlos. Colombia's Paramilitary Ceasefire: Counterinsurgency Challenges and Opportunities. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 10:46-71 Summer 2001.


     United States 


          Books

Chalmers, David. Backfire: How the Ku Klux Klan Helped the Civil Rights Movement. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2003 . 205 p .
Book call no.: 323.0973 C438b

Chase, Alston. Harvard and the Unabomber: The Education of an American Terrorist. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 2003. 432 p.
Book call no.: 92 K114c

Clymer, Jeffory A. America's Culture of Terrorism: Violence, Capitalism, and the Written Word. Chapel Hill, NC, University of North Carolina Press, 2003. 277 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 C649a

Periodicals

Orszag-Land, T. New Investment in Threat Reduction. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:4-5 July 2004.


The Threat - Methods 


                        Use of Technology  



         
Books

Weimann, Gabriel. www.terror.net: How Modern Terrorism Uses the Internett. Washington, United States Institute of Peace, May 2004. 12 p. (, Special Report 116)
Book call no.: 303.625 W422w

          Videos

Cyberterrorism. New York, A & E Television Networks, 2003. 1 videocassette, 50 min.
Originally broadcast as a segment of the television series "History Undercover" on the History Channel. Explores the possibility of cyber attacks against the U.S. as potential weapons of mass destructions.
Video call no.: 364.147 C994

Periodicals

O'Brien, Kevin A. Information Age, Terrorism and Warfare. Small Wars and Insurgencies 14:183-206 Spring 2003.

Venter, Al J. SAMs - The Ultimate Terror Threat. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:3-5 October 2003.
The Availability of Inexpensive Portable Surface-to-Air Missiles in the Black Market is Making the West Edgy.


                    Suicide Bombers  


Books

Ali, Tariq. The Clash of Fundamentalisms: Crusades, Jihads and Modernity. New York, Verso, 2002. 342 p.
See chapter 20 "September Surprise." Attempts to answer the question "Why does an educated layer of Saudis, Egyptians and Algerians gravitate towards individual terrorism and why are they, as individuals, prepared to sacrifice their lives in the process?"

Book call no.: 320.550917671 A398c

Countering Suicide Terrorism: An International Conference. Herzliya, Israel, International Policy Institute for Counter Terrorism, 2001. 160 p.  Held February 20-23, 2000, Herzliya, Israel.
Book call no.: 363.32 C855

Essential Readings on Political Terrorism: Analyses of Problems and Prospects for the 21st Century, edited with a foreword by Harvey W. Kushner. Lincoln, NE, University of Nebraska Press, 2002. 399 p.
Explains the nature of terrorism as a socio-political phenomenon and examines the psychology of suicide bombers.

Book call no.: 303.625 K97e

Griset, Pamala L. and Mahan, Sue. Terrorism in Perspective. Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications, 2003. 391 p.
See "Suicide Terrorism: A Global Threat" by Rohan Gunaratna.

Book call no.: 303.625 G869t

Horovitz, David. Still Life with Bombers: Israel in the Age of Terrorism. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2004. 266 p.
Book call no.: 956.94054 H816s

Israeli, Raphael. Islamikaze: Manifestations of Islamic Martyrology. Portland, OR, Frank Cass, 2003. 494 p.
Book call no.: 297.72 I85i

Laqueur, Walter. No End to War: Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century. New York, Continuum, 2003. 288 p.
See chapter "Suicide."

Book call no.: 303.625 L317n

Reuter, Christoph. My Life is a Weapon: A Modern History of Suicide Bombing. Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press, 2004. 200 p.
Translated from Mein Leben ist eine Waffe by C. Bertelsmann Verlag.

Book call no.: 303.625 R447m

Selegut, Charles. Sacred Fury: Understanding Religious Violence. Walnut Creek, CA, AltaMira Press, 2003. 269 p.
Book call no.: 201.76 S464s

Stork, Joe. Erased in a Moment: Suicide Bombing Attacks Against Israeli Civilians. New York, Human Rights Watch, 2002. 160 p.
Book call no.: 956.94054 S885e

Victor, Barbara. Army of Roses: Inside the World of Palestinian Women Suicide Bombers , foreword by Christopher Dickey. Emmaus, PA, Rodale, 2003. 300 p.
Book call no.: 956.9405 V642a

          Internet Resources

Assaf, Moghadam. Palestinian Suicide Terrorism in the Second Intifada: Motivations and Organizational Aspects. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism March 2003.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=9331054&db=aph
This article explores various issues related to Palestinian suicide terrorism by presenting a two-phase model to explain the processes and factors underlying the development of Palestinian suicide bombers, and the execution of suicide bombing attacks. The model is applied to the case of suicide attacks that have occurred in the course of the first 21 months of the Second Intifada, from September 2000 to June 2002. The assumptions of the model are tested by taking an in-depth look into the various motives leading individual Palestinians to volunteer for suicide missions, and by discussing the activities and major functions of the organizations that have employed this modus operandi in the specified time frame. It will be concluded that while a counter-terrorism strategy aimed at targeting terrorist organizations may offer short-term gains, in the long run Israel will need to identify ways of removing or reducing the incentives that lead some Palestinians to volunteer for suicide missions. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR].

Atran, Scott. Genesis of Suicide Terrorism. Science March 7, 2003.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=9355002&db=aph
Contemporary suicide terrorists from the Middle East are publicly deemed crazed cowards bent on senseless destruction who thrive in poverty and ignorance. Recent research indicates they have no appreciable psychopathology and are as educated and economically well-off as surrounding populations. A first line of defense is to get the communities from which suicide attackers stem to stop the attacks by learning how to minimize the receptivity of mostly ordinary people to recruiting organizations. [ ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR].

Atran, Scott. Mishandling Suicide Terrorism. Washington Quarterly
Available online at: http://mitpress.mit.edu/catalog/item/default.asp?sid=D86BC040-81BA-45DD-BD1D-9394CAF63E16&ttype=6&tid=13782&mlid=301

Berko, Anat. The Moral Infrastructure of Chief Perpetrators of Suicide Terrorism: An Analysis in Terms of Moral Judgment. International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism - ICT May 15, 2004.
Available online at: http://www.ict.org.il
Search for article title after clicking on "search.".

Beyler, Clara. Chronology of Suicide Bombings Carried out by Women. International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism - ICT February 12, 2003.
Available online at: http://www.ict.org.il
Search for article title after clicking "search.".

Beyler, Clara. Messengers of Death: Female Suicide Bombers. International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism - ICT February 12, 2003.
Available online at: http://www.ict.org.il
Search for article title after clicking "search.".

Dolnik, Adam. Die and Let Die: Exploring Links between Suicide Terrorism and Terrorist Use of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Weapons. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism January 2003.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=9258994&db=aph
Reveals why suicide terrorism does not necessarily make a mass-casualty chemical, biological, radiological or nuclear attack by a terrorist group more likely. Suicide bombers' lack of constraints; Weakening of the instinct for self-preservation; Advantages of suicide bombings over other forms of delivery.

Fighel, Jonathan. Top Muslim Clerics Endorse Suicide Attacks - A Challenge to the United States? International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism - ICT January 12, 2002.
Available online at: http://www.ict.org.il
Search for article title after clicking "search."

Glausiusz, Josie. The Surprises of Suicide Terrorism. Discover October 2003.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=10841171&db=aph
Interviews anthropologist Scott Atran on suicide terrorism. Reason behind the need to address the problem as a scientific investigation; Remarks on the psychological pathology of suicide bombers; Suggestion of Atran regarding the role of natural selection in the tendency of people to become suicide terrorists.

Hoffman, Bruce. The Logic of Suicide Terrorism. Atlantic Monthly June 2003.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=9730945&db=aph
Focuses on suicide terrorism in various countries of the world. Spread of suicide terrorism from the Middle East to the U.S.; Characteristics of suicide terrorism; Strategies of terrorism adopted by various countries.

Kimhi, Shaul and Even, Shmuel. Jaffe Center for Strategic Studies Who are the Palestinian Suicide Terrorists? September 2003.
Available online at: http://www.tau.ac.il/jcss/sa/v6n2p5Kim.html

Mansdorf, Irwin J. The Psychological Framework of Suicide Terrorism Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs. April 15, 2003.
Available online at: http://www.jcpa.org/jl/vp496.htm

Martyrdom and Murder. Economist January 10, 2004.
Available online at:http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11908940&db=aph
The article discusses why terrorists are willing to use suicide attacks. The fact that Hizbullah started the trend of suicide terrorism, and that its spread has coincided with the rise of other Islamic groups--Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), al-Qaeda and others--has led some to surmise that Islamic fundamentalism somehow explains it. For many Muslims, jihad is principally an internal struggle. But, the advent of Wahhabism, a branch of Sunni Islam that evolved in the 18th century, the notion of jihad as external warfare has been revived. Despite Koranic injunctions to the contrary, some radical Islamic thinkers have justified the killing of civilians, and of other Muslims, in the name of jihad.

National Center for Policy Analysis - Daily Policy Digest . Suicide Terrorists.
Available online at: http://www.ncpa.org/pi/congress/pd091201e.html
Outlines the motivations and reasons behind suicide attacks.

Paz, Reuven. The Saudi Fatwah Against Suicide Terrorism. International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism ICT May 16, 2001.
Available online at:http://www.ict.org.il
Search for article title after clicking "search.".

Perina, Kaja. Suicide Terrorism. Psychology Today September-October 2002.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=7146151&db=aph
Investigates the psychological aspects of suicide bombing. Psychological effect of religion and social reinforcement; Relevance of post traumatic stress disorder among potential suicide bombers; Results of a study on adolescent Muslims in Gaza Strip during the Palestinian intifada from 1987 to 1993.

Pipes, Daniel. The Scourge of Suicide Terrorism. National Interest Summer 1986.
Available online at: http://www.danielpipes.org/article/175

Sarraj, Eyad. Why We Have Become Suicide Bombers: Understanding Palestinian Terror. Mission Islam
Available online at: http://www.missionislam.com/conissues/palestine.htm

Schweitzer, Yoram. Suicide Bombings -The Ultimate Weapon? International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism - ICT August 7, 2001.
Available online at: http://www.ict.org.il
Search for article title after clicking on "search.".

Shuman, Ellis. What Makes Suicide Bombers Tick? Israelinsider.com
Available online at: http://www.israelinsider.com/channels/security/articles/sec_0049.htm

Simon, Steven and Stevenson, Jonathan. Confronting Hamas. National Interest 74:59-69 Winter 2003-04.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11960983&db=aph
Focuses on how should Israel deal with Hamas, a Palestinian terrorist group which conducts suicide bombing directed against Israelis. Capability of Hamas to block the peace process between the Palestinian Authority and Israel; Reaction of Israel to suicide attacks by Hamas; Description of the organization and ideology of Hamas; Power struggle between Hamas and Fatah in the Palestinian Authority; Discussion on how should the United States handle the problem between Israel and Palestinian Authority.

Sprinzak, Enud. Outsmarting Suicide Terrorists. Christian Science Monitor October 24, 2000.
Available online at: http://csmonitor.com/cgi-bin/durableRedirect.pl?/durable/2000/10/24/fp9s1-csm.shtml

Suicide Terror: Was 9/11 Something New?  Council on Foreign Relations Terrorism: Q & A . 2004.
Available online at: http://cfrterrorism.org/terrorism/suicide.html

Suicide Terrorism: A Global Threat . Jane's Intelligence Review October 20, 2000.
Available online at: http://www.janes.com/security/international_security/news/usscole/jir001020_1_n.shtml

Suicide Terrorism: an Overview. International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism -ICT February 15, 2000.
Available online at: http://www.ict.org.il/articles/articledet.cfm?articleid=128
Describes what constitutes a suicide attack, the benefits for the terrorist organization, and the benefits for the perpetrator.

Van Biema, David. Why the Bombers Keep Coming. Time Atlantic December 17, 2001.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=5717911&db=aph
Focuses on the increasing numbers of Islamic suicide bombers. Details surrounding the suicide bombing of Osama Bahar of Palestine in Jerusalem, Israel; Use of suicide bombings by the Shi'ite Muslim extremist group Hizballah of Lebanon and during the Iran-Iraq war; Concept of martyrdom behind suicide bombing; Popularity among members of Hamas and Islamic Jihad; Suicide bombing used as an attempt to drive out the Israelis.

Wolfson, Adam. Demystify It: How to Defeat Suicide Terrorism.  National Review Online. September 16, 2003.
Available online at:http://www.nationalreview.com/comment/comment-wolfson091603.asp

          Periodicals

All it Takes to Make a Suicide Attacker. New Scientist 182:3 May 15, 2004.
Numerous studies have confirmed, a major reason why organizations turn to terrorism is the perception that their homeland is being occupied by a foreign power. This is especially true for suicide terrorism, which almost without exception has only been used as part of a systematic campaign to persuade a government to withdraw from territory the group considers its own. In Iraq, extremists have been targeting anyone associated with the coalition, even Iraqi Kurds and the newly re-formed Iraqi police force.

Bennett, James. Gingerly, Arabs Question Suicide Bombings. New York Times, p.A1, Op, July 3, 2002.
Focuses on the debate among Palestinians over suicide bombing.

Bennett, James. HAMAS Urges Iraqis to Make Suicide Attacks on the Invaders. New York Times, p.B13, Op, March 22, 2003.
Reports that the Palestinian armed HAMAS is urging Iraqis to use suicide as a weapon against invading troops, as Muslim preachers in the Gaza Strip inveighed against war in Iraq.

Bennett, James. Rash of New Suicide Bombers Exhibit No Patterns or Ties. New York Times, p.A1, Op, June 21, 2002.
Examines the increase in Palestinian suicide bombers who are not connected to the militantly Islamic groups. Gives views of psychiatrists.

Bond, Michael. The Making of a Suicide Bomber. New Scientist 182:34-37 May 15, 2004.
The article considers factors that make a suicide bomber. While suicide terrorists invariably come from oppressed communities, recent research by psychologists, anthropologists and others suggests that they fit none of the other common profiles. They are no less rational or sane, no worse educated, no poorer and no more religious than anyone else. Killing yourself while killing your enemy is not a modern idea. The link with religion is more complicated since most Islamic terrorist groups use religious propaganda, largely the promise of paradise, to prepare recruits for suicide missions. Yet suicide terrorism is in no way exclusive either to religious groups or to Islamic culture.

Burdman, Daphne. Education, Indoctrination, and Incitement: Palestinian Children on their Way to Martyrdom. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:96-123 Spring 2003.
Discusses the methods and effects of a campaign to indoctrinate Palestinian children to the ideology of self-sacrifice.

Daly, John C. K. Colombian Suicide Bombers? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:15-16 April 2004.

Dying to Kill Us. New York Times, PA17, Op, September 22, 2003.
Presents an article on the link between liberal democracy and military occupation and suicide terrorism, rather than religious fundamentalism.

Eshel, David. Israel Reviews Profile of Suicide Bombers. Jane's Intelligence Review 13:20-21 November 2001.

Griffin, Roger. Shattering Crystals: The Role of 'Dream Time' in Extreme Right-Wing Political Violence. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:57-95 Spring 2003.
Discusses the approach to understanding acts of political violence that consciously incur the risk of death - suicide terror.

Gunaratna, Rohan. Suicide Terrorism: A Global Threat.  Jane's Intelligence Review 12:52-55 April 2000.

Gunaratna, Rohan. Terror From the Sky. Jane's Intelligence Review 13:6-9 October 2001.
Describes the evolution of suicide terrorism and the use of airborne attacks.

Hanan, Tal. Suicide Terrorism: The Overlooked WMD. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 9:56-61 Summer 2003.

Hecht, Richard D. Deadly History, Deadly Actions, and Deadly Bodies: A Response to Ivan Strenski's 'Sacrifice, Gift and the Social Logic of Muslim "Human Bombers."' Terrorism and Political Violence 15:35-47 Autumn 2003.

Hegland, Corine. Global Jihad. National Journal 36:1396-1403 May 8, 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=13230465&db=aph
Reports on the new colonies of global terrorists and regional terror operations following the demise of Al Qaeda in 2001. Ideology underlying the Al Qaeda; Range of suicide bombings around the world in 2002-2004; Failures and successes of the global war on terrorism; Transformation of jihadist groups in Southeast Asia; Rise of militancy among Muslim youth in Great Britain.

Hoffman, Bruce and McCormick, Gordon H. Terrorism, Signaling, and Suicide Attack. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:243-281 July-August 2004.

Israeli, Raphael. A Manual of Islamic Fundamentalist Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 14:23-40 Winter 2002.

Israeli, Raphael. Palestinian Women: The Quest for a Voice in the Public Square Through "Islamikaze Martyrdom." Terrorism and Political Violence 16:66-96 Spring 2004.

Kondaki, Christopher. Suicide Terrorism, an Age-Old Weapon, Adds Technology. Defense & Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy 29:8-9 2001.

Kushner, Harvey W. Suicide Bombers: Business as Usual. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 19 :329-337 October-December 1996.

Lester, David. Suicide Bombers: Are Psychological Profiles Possible? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:283-295 July-August 2004.

Luft, Gal. The Palestinian H-Bomb. Foreign Affairs 81:2-8 July-August 2002.
Article discusses the Palestinian's growing acceptance of suicide bombings as a legitimate tool of war.

Moghadam, Assaf. Palestinian Suicide Terrorism in the Second Intifada: Motivations and Organizational Aspects. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:65-92 March-April 2003.

Oppenheimer, A. The New Weapons of Terrorism. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:5-6 June 2004.

Pape, Robert A. The Strategic Logic of Suicide Terrorism. American Political Science Review 97:343-362 August 2003.
To advance our understanding of this growing phenomenon, this study collects the universe of suicide terrorist attacks worldwide from 1980 to 2001, 188 in all. In contrast to the existing explanations, this study shows that suicide terrorism follows a strategic logic, one specifically designed to coerce modern liberal democracies to make significant territorial concessions. Moreover, over the past two decades, suicide terrorism has been rising largely because terrorists have learned that it pays.

Perina, Kaja. Suicide Terrorism: Seeking Motives Beyond Mental Illness. Psychology Today 35:15 September-October 2002.

Pope, Hugh. HAMAS Official Won't Rule out Suicide Bombings. Wall Street Journal, p.A10, Op, April 21, 2003.
Reports on the refusal of Mousa Abu Marzouq, a member of the political bureau that runs HAMAS in Syria, to rule out suicide bombings in an effort to achieve peace in the Middle East.

Simon, Steven and Stevenson, Jonathan. Confronting Hamas. National Interest 74:59-69 Winter 2003-04.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11960983&db=aph
Focuses on how should Israel deal with Hamas, a Palestinian terrorist group which conducts suicide bombing directed against Israelis. Capability of Hamas to block the peace process between the Palestinian Authority and Israel; Reaction of Israel to suicide attacks by Hamas; Description of the organization and ideology of Hamas; Power struggle between Hamas and Fatah in the Palestinian Authority; Discussion on how should the United States handle the problem between Israel and Palestinian Authority.

Sprinzak, Ehud. Rational Fanatics Foreign Policy 120:66-73 September-October 2000.
Discusses the prevalence, history and religious aspects of suicide terrorism. Also gives the organizational link of a suicide terrorist and the views by terrorist groups on using suicide bombers.

Strenski, Ivan. Sacrifice, Gift and the Social Logic of Muslim "Human Bombers." Terrorism and Political Violence 15:1-34 Autumn 2003.

Telhami, Shibley. Why Suicide Terrorism Takes Root. New York Times, pA23, Op, April 4, 2002.
Discusses the possible reasons for the suicide bombings being committed by Palestinians in line with the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

Waldman, Amy. Masters of Suicide Bombing: Tamil Guerrillas of Sri Lanka. New York Times, p.A1, Op, January 14, 2003.
Focuses on the Black Tigers, a special suicide unit of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam in Sri Lanka. Perception of suicide attacks as the ultimate commitment to the movement; effectiveness of the attacks; examples of their suicide bombings, which were later imitated in the Middle East; percentage of Tiges' suicide bombers who were women.


                  Weapons of Mass Destruction  



         
Books

Kelly, Terrence K. The Office of Science and Technology Policy Blue Ribbon Panel on the Threat of Biological Terrorism Directed Against Livestock. Santa Monica, CA, Rand Corporation, 2004. 174 p.
Book call no.: 364.142 U58o

          Internet Resources

Shaw, Eric D. Saddam Hussein: Political Psychological Profiling Results Relevant in His Possession, Use, and Possible Transfer of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) to Terrorist Groups. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:347-364 September-October 2003.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=10720000&db=aph

          Periodicals

Blanche, E. USA Courts Iraq's Dr Strangeloves. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor, 1-2, July 2004.

Oppenheimer, A. Aum Shinrikyo: Lessons to be Learnt. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:3-4 March 2004.

Oppenheimer, A. Making a Mockery of Terrorism? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:3-5 April 2004.

Oppenheimer, A. The Nuke that Fits in a Suitcase. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:2-4 July 2004.

Oppenheimer, A. R. Weapons and Methods of Terrorism. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:3-4 January 2004.
Analysts fear increasing technical expertise may prompt the use of nuclear, biological, radiological or chemical threats in the future.

Orszag-Land, T. Moldova's Missing Missiles. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:13-14 January 2004.
A clutch of radioactive missiles have gone missing from the Transdniestr region of Moldova.

Orszag-Land, T. New Investment in Threat Reduction. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:4-5 July 2004.

Orszag-Land, Thomas. Free-for-All on the High Seas. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:3-5 November 2003.

Parachini, John. Putting WMD Terrorism into Perspective. The Washington Quarterly 26:37-50 Autumn 2003.

Payne, Carrol E. A Short History on NBC Weapons. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 9:40-43 Summer 2003.

Sinai, Joshua. Forecasting CBRN Terrorist Warfare. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 9:10-13 Summer 2003.

Stern, Jessica. Dreaded Risks and the Control of Biological Weapons. International Security 27:89-123 Winter 2002-2003.

Thompson, Craig O. Missing Links II: Genetically Altered Biological Weaponry: A Gift from the Biopreparat to the World. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 9:28-31 Summer 2003.

Venter, Al J. The Food and Water Bioterrorism Threat. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:5-7 November 2003.

Venter, Al J. An 'Irregular' Nuclear Proliferation. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:3-6 February 2004.
Libya's recent confession of its efforts to develop nuclear arms surprises the international community.


                    Women & Children  


          Books

Child Soldiers: Implications for U.S. Forces: Report on the Cultural Intelligence Seminar Child Soldiers: Implications for U.S. Forces Held on June 11, 2002. Quantico, VA, Center for Emerging Threats and Opportunities, Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, 2002. 30 p.
Book call no.: 341.48572 C5361

          Internet Resources

Center for Emerging Threats and Opportunities. Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory. Child Soldiers: Implications for U.S. Forces. November 2002.
Available online at: http://www.ceto.quantico.usmc.mil/studies/ChildSoldiersFinal.pdf

CETO Report 005-02.

          Periodicals

Cunningham, Karla J. Cross-Regional Trends in Female Terrorism. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 26:171-195 May-June 2003.

Israeli, Raphael. Palestinian Women: The Quest for a Voice in the Public Square Through "Islamikaze Martyrdom." Terrorism and Political Violence 16:66-96 Spring 2004.

Palfy, Arpad. Weapon System Selection and Mass-Casualty Outcomes. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:81-95 Summer 2003.


   Roots of Terror


          Books

Al-Khattar, Aref M. Religion and Terrorism: An Interfaith Perspective, foreword by Vincent Moore. Westport, CN, Praeger, 2003. 125 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 A415r

Clymer, Jeffory A. America's Culture of Terrorism: Violence, Capitalism, and the Written Word. Chapel Hill, NC, University of North Carolina Press, 2003. 277 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 C649a

Corlett, J. Angelo. Terrorism: A Philosophical Analysis. Boston, MA, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003. 228 p.
Book call no.: 172 C799t

Cragin, Kim and Daly, Sara A. The Dynamic Terrorist Threat: An Assessment of Group Motivations and Capabilities in a Changing World. Santa Monica, CA, RAND, 2004. 106 p. (RAND Project Air Force)
Book call no.: 303.625 C885d

Deikman, Arthur J. Them and Us: Cult Thinking and the Terrorist Threat, foreword by Doris Lessing. Berkeley, CA, Bay Tree Publishing, 2003. 206 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 D324t

Gaylin, Willard. Hatred: The Psychological Descent into Violence. New York, Perseus Books Group PublicAffairs, 2003. 261 p.
Book call no.: 152.4 G287h

Gupta, Suman. The Replication of Violence: Thoughts on International Terrorism after September 11th 2001. Sterling, VA, Pluto Press, 2002. 135 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 G977r

Israeli, Raphael. Islamikaze: Manifestations of Islamic Martyrology. Portland, OR, Frank Cass, 2003. 494 p.
Book call no.: 297.72 I85i

Kukis, Mark. "My Heart Became Attached": The Strange Odyssey of John Walker Lindh. Washington, Brassey's, Inc, 2003.
Book call no.: 958.1046 K96m

Lentricchia, Frank and McAuliffe, Jody. Crimes of Art + Terror. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2003. 187 p.
Book call no.: 809.911 L574c

Levy, Bernard-Henri. Who Killed Daniel Pearl? Hoboken, NJ, Melville House Publishing, 2003. 454 p.
Book call no.: 070.92 L668w

Martin, Gus. Understanding Terrorism: Challenges, Perspectives, and Issues. Thousand Oaks, Ca, Sage Publications, 2003. 413 p.
Explores the phenomenon of terrorism past and present.

Book call no.: 303.625 M381u

Precht, Robert E. Defending Mohammad: Justice on Trial. Ithaca, NY, Cornell University Press, 2003. 183 p.
Book call no.: 345.7302097471 P923d

Rogers, Paul. Losing Control: Global Security in the Twenty-First Century. Sterling, VA, Pluto Press, 2002. 184 p.
"Calls for a radical rethinking of western perceptions of security that embrace a willingness to address the core issues of global insecurity."
Book call no.:  327.1 R728L

Stern, Jessica. Terror in the Name of God: Why Religious Militants Kill. New York, HarperCollins, 2003. 368 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 S839t

Terrorism and War: Unconscious Dynamics of Political Violence, edited by Coline Covington, Paul Williams Jean Arundale and Jean Knox. New York, Karnac, 2002. 435 p.
Demonstrates the thinking that has gone on within psychoanalytic psychotherapy over the last century about war, terrorism, and the generations of survivors of terror.
Book call no.: 303.625 T328

Toft, Monica Duffy. The Geography of Ethnic Violence: Identity, Interests, and the Indivisibility of Territory. Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press, 2003. 226 p.
Book call no.: 303.6 T644g

Zunes, Stephen. Tinderbox: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Roots of Terrorism, Foreword by Richard Falk. Monroe, ME, Common Courage Press, 2003. 264 p.
Book call no.: 327.73056 Z95t

          Periodicals

Fox, Jonathan. Is Ethnoreligious Conflict a Contagious Disease? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:89-106 March-April 2004.

Griffin, Roger. Shattering Crystals: The Role of 'Dream Time' in Extreme Right-Wing Political Violence. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:57-95 Spring 2003.
Discusses the approach to understanding acts of political violence that consciously incur the risk of death - suicide terror.

Hecht, Richard D. Deadly History, Deadly Actions, and Deadly Bodies: A Response to Ivan Strenski's 'Sacrifice, Gift and the Social Logic of Muslim "Human Bombers."' Terrorism and Political Violence 15:35-47 Autumn 2003.

Lester, David. Suicide Bombers: Are Psychological Profiles Possible? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:283-295 July-August 2004.

Li, Quan and Schaub, Drew. Economic Globalization and Transnational Terrorism: A Pooled Time-Series Analysis. Journal of Conflict Resolution 48:230-258 April 2004.

McCue, Jason. Outmaneuvering Terror: A Civil Solution. National Interest 75:99-102 Spring 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=12738535&db=aph
Presents the possible civil solutions to the problems of world terrorism. Causes of terrorism; Actions taken by the victims of the Omagh bombing in Northern Ireland to fight terrorists; Importance of the campaign of Northern Ireland to fight terrorism through civil law.

Post, Jerrold M. The Terrorists in Their Own Words: Interviews with 35 Incarcerated Middle Eastern Terrorists. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:171-184 Spring 2003.
Research conducted with the support of the Smith Richardson Foundation.

Richmond, Oliver P. Realizing Hegemony? Symbolic Terrorism and the Roots of Conflict. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:289-309 July-August 2003.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=10314327&db=aph
There is currently a division between conflict analysis and studies of terrorism, despite the fact that similar actors are involved in the "new wars" and "new terrorism," and that there are also similarities in terms of root causes. As the divisions between war, peace, conflict and terrorism, between friend and enemy, soldier, criminal, and civilian break down, there is now potential for a critical reading of the insights this presents.

Strenski, Ivan. Sacrifice, Gift and the Social Logic of Muslim "Human Bombers." Terrorism and Political Violence 15:1-34 Autumn 2003.


      State Sponsored Terrorism


          Books

Smith, Mark A. The Axis of Evil: The Russian Approach. Camberley, UK, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, Conflict Studies Research Centre, July 2003. 12 p.
Book call no.: 327.47073 S655a

          Periodicals

Briggs, Joe Bob. The Q-Man. National Interest 74:115-120 Winter 2003-04.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11961005&db=aphDescribes Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi. Terrorist activities of Qaddafi; Details on how he gained power in Libya; Political and social views of Qaddafi; Change of foreign policy orientation of Qadaffi as of December 2003.

Collins, Stephen D. Dissuading State Support of Terrorism: Strikes or Sanctions? (An Analysis of Dissuasion Measures Employed Against Libya). Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:1-18 January-February 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11623048&db=aph
This study examines the efficacy of various strategies of dissuading state support for terrorism. Libya represents the principle case study employed to test the impact of military force, unilateral economic sanctions, and multilateral economic sanctions against states which provide support to international terrorist organizations. The frequency of Libyan-supported terrorist attacks declined after the application, in 1986, of U.S. unilateral economic sanctions and military force against the regime of Muammar Qaddafi. However, these measures were unable to reduce the lethality of Libyan-supported terrorism, as the number of individuals killed by Libyan terrorism escalated substantially in the years following American air strikes and sanctions. After the application of multilateral sanctions in 1992, however, Libya essentially dismantled its terrorist support program.

Oppenheimer, A. North Korea: Sponsor of Terrorism? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:10-12 October 2003.


  Targets


          Books

Kelly, Terrence K. The Office of Science and Technology Policy Blue Ribbon Panel on the Threat of Biological Terrorism Directed Against Livestock. Santa Monica, CA, Rand Corporation, 2004. 174 p.
Book call no.: 364.142 U58o

McDonald, Hamish. Masters of Terror: Indonesia's Military & Violence in East Timor in 1999. Canberra, Australia, Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, Australian National University, 2002. 325 p.
Book call no.: 363.3209598 M423

Verton, Dan. Black Ice: The Invisible Threat of Cyber-Terrorism. New York, McGraw-Hill, 2003. 273 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 V568b

          Internet Resources

Abuza, Zachary. Al-Qaeda's Asian Web of Terror. Time South Pacific December 9, 2002.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=8634815&db=f5h
Presents the opinion of the author about al-Qaeda's use of regional affiliates and attacks on soft targets. Probability that al-Qaeda affiliate Jemaah Islamiah was behind the October 12, 2002 Bali bombings; Speculation that al-Qaeda members were responsible for bombings in Kenya during November, 2002.

         Periodicals

Band, Jonathon. Maritime Security and the Terrorist Threat. RUSI Journal 147:26-32 December 2002.
Drawn from the keynote address at RUSI's Transport Security Conference, October 24, 2002.

Blanche, E. Gulf's Oil Routes Under Threat. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:5-7 May 2004 .

Kesteloot, Robert W. Red Sky in the Morning: U.S.-Flag Merchant Marine Take Warning. Sea Power 46:50-55 Almanac Issue January 2003.

Sinai, Joshua. Threats Against Schools and Universities. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 9:14-16 Fall 2003.

Venter, Al J. Oil and Insurgency in Nigeria. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:10-11 September 2003.
Nigerian militants have begun to resemble the FARC and ELN insurgents in Colombia or the Aceh-based rebels in Indonesia.


  Current Trends


                  Homeland Security


          Books

Beahm, George. Straight Talk about Terrorism: Protecting Your Home and Family from Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Attacks. Washington, Brassey's, Inc, 2004. 157 p.
Book call no.: 613.69 B365s

Bevelacqua, Armando and Stilp, Richard. Terrorism Handbook for Operational Responders. Clifton Park, NY, Delmar Learning, 2004. 148 p.
Book call no.: R 658.473 B571t 2004

Beyond September 11th: An Account of Post-Disaster Research, edited by Jacquelyn L. Monday. Boulder, CO, University of Colorado, 2003. 604 p.
Book call no.: 363.3497 B573

Buck, George. Preparing for Terrorism: The Public Safety Communicator's Guide. Clifton Park, NJ, Delmar Learning, 2003. 304 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 B922pa

Cherkasky, Michael and Prud'homme, Alex. Forewarned: Why the Government is Failing to Protect Us - and What We Must Do to Protect Ourselves. New York, Ballantine Books, 2003. 266 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 C521f

Danzig, Richard. Catastrophic Bioterrorism - What is to be Done? Washington, National Defense University, Center for Technology and National Security Policy, August 2003. 30 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 D199c

Emergency Responders: Drastically Underfunded, Dangerously Unprepared: Report of an Independent Task Force Sponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations. New York, Council on Foreign Relations, 2003. 62 p.
Book call no.: 363.35 E53

Ferguson, Charles D. Commercial Radioactive Sources: Surveying the Security Risks. Monterey, CA, Center for Nonproliferation Studies, Monterey Institute of International Studies, 2003. 66 p. (Occasional Paper no. 11)
Book call no.: 621.4835 F352c

Filson, Leslie. Air War over America: Sep. 11 Alters Face of Air Defense Mission. Tyndall AFB, FL, Headquarters 1st Air Force Public Affairs Office, 2003. 155 p.
Book call no.: 355.4140973 F489a

Henderson, Harry. Terrorist Challenge to America. New York, Facts on File, Inc, 2003.     316 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 H496t

Lukasik, Stephen J. Protecting Critical Infrastructures Against Cyber-Attack. New York, Oxford University Press, 2003. 98 p.
Adelphi Paper 359.

Book call no.: 909.82 I61a no. 359

A New National Security Strategy in an Age of Terrorists, Tyrants, and Weapons of Mass Destruction: Three Options Presented as Presidential Speeches. New York, Council on Foreign Relations, Inc., 2003. 150 p.
Book call no.: 355.033073 N532

Parachini, John V. Homeland Security: A Compendium of Public and Private Organizations' Policy Recommendations. Santa Monica, CA , Rand, 2003. 58 p.
Book call no.: 353.30973 P221h

Preparing for the Psychological Consequences of Terrorism: A Public Health Strategy. Washington, National Academies Press, 2003. 168 p.
Book call no.: 362.20973 P927

Rees, Brian. Terrorism, Retaliation, and Victory: Awaken the Soul of America to Defeat Terrorism without Casualties. Philadelphia, PA, Xlibris Corporation, 2003. 171 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 R328t

Report to Congress Regarding the Terrorism Information Awareness Program. Washington, United States Department of Defense, May 20, 2003. 35 p.
Book call no.: 342.730662 R425

Riley, Jack. Testimony: Terrorism and Rail Security. Santa Monica, CA, RAND Corporation, March 2004. 11 p.
Also available at:http://www.rand.org/publications/CT/CT224/CT224.pdf 
Testimony presented to the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee on March 23, 2004.

Book call no.: 385 R573t

Thomas, Andrew R. Aviation Insecurity: The New Challenges of Air Travel. Amherst, NY, Prometheus Books, 2003. 263 p.
Book call no.: 363.2876 T454a

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on Government Efficiency, Financial Management and Intergovernmental Relations. Cyberterrorism: Is the Nation's Critical Infrastructure Adequately Protected? Hearing. 107th Congress, 2nd session, July 24, 2002. Washington, GPO, 2003. 193 p.
Book call no.: 005.8 U58ca

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans Affairs and International Relations. Homeland Security: Securing Strategic Ports. Hearing. 107th Congress, 2nd session, July 23, 2002. Washington, GPO, 2003. 82 p.
Book call no.: 387.10973 U58h

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans Affairs and International Relations. Combating Terrorism: Preventing Nuclear Terrorism. Hearing. 107th Congress, 2nd session, September 24, 2002. Washington, GPO, 2003. 120 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 U581c

United States. Congress. Senate. Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations. FEMA'S Role in Terrorism Response. Hearing. 107th Congress, 2nd session, February 27, 2002. Washington, GPO, 2003. 29 p.
Book call no.: 363.3480973 U58f

Walsh, Arthur C. Homeland Security and the Coast Guard: Postured for Technology Improvements. Maxwell AFB, AL, Air University, Center for Strategy and Technology, Air War College, June 2003. 35 p. (, Occasional Paper No. 33)
Also available at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/cst/csat33.pdf
Book call no.: 355.450973 W223h

Wermuth, Michael A. Improving Terrorism Warnings - The Homeland Security System. Santa Monica, CA, RAND Corporation, March 2004. 8 p.
Also available at: http://www.rand.org/publications/CT/CT220/CT220.pdf
Testimony presented to the House Committee on Government Reform, Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats, and International Relations on March 16, 2004.

Book call no.: 353.95 W489i

          Periodicals

Berkowitz, Bruce. Intelligence for the Homeland. SAIS Review 24:1-6 Winter-Spring 2004.
Argues that the U.S. still lacks adequate homeland intelligence. As a result, we are still ill prepared to detect, analyze, and monitor foreign threats inside our borders.

Caspe, Marc S. Terrorism & Energy Dissipating Systems, Pt 1. Military Engineer 95:35-36 January-February 2003.

Caspersen, Sidney J. New Jersey's Office of Counter-Terrorism: One State's Efforts to Detect and Deter Terrorism. Journal of Counterrorism & Homeland Security International 9:8-12 Fall 2003.

A Changed America: One Year After September 11, 2001. Sergeants 41:11-16 September-October 2002.

Cid, David. Pulling Out All the Stops: Domestic Terrorism, Homeland Defense Present New Operational Challenges. Armed Forces Journal 140:24-25 January 2003.

Collins, Thomas H. The Coast Guard's Closest Point of Approach to Maritime Homeland Security. Sea Power 46:51-52+ April 2003.

Courtney, Edward J. Securing our Water Systems and their InfrastructuresJournal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 9:6-9 Summer 2003.

Cupp, O. Shawn. Agroterrorism in the U.S.: Key Security Challenge for the 21st Century. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense, Strategy, Practice, and Science 2:97-105 2004.
This article presents recommendations to protect agriculture, including changing the way agriculture is viewed on the federal level and increasing the resources to protect agriculture from terrorist attack.

Davis, Paul. Semper Paratus: The Coast Guard is "Always Ready" to Protect America's Ports & Waterways. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 10:32-37 Spring 2004.

Department of Homeland Security Takes Shape. Signal 57:37-38 February 2003.

Einav, Offer. Understanding Aviation Terrorism. Interavia 58:34-37 March-April 2003.

Everly, George S. and Castellano, Cherie. Psychological Counterterrorism and Homeland Security. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 10:4-5 Spring 2004.

Fischhoff, Baruch. Evaluating the Success of Terror Risk Communications. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science 1:255-258+ 2003.

Gorka, S. Two Years on From 11 September: Congress's View. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:1-2 September 2003.
A summary of the report Joint Inquiry into the Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001 (JICATTA-9/11).

Gutting, Richard. New FDA Regulations Under the Bioterrorism Act. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 9:4-6 Fall 2003.

Homeland Defense (Special Report on Gathering Homeland Security Intelligence). Defense News 187:17-18+ April 28, 2003.

Krikorian, Mark. Keeping Terror Out: Immigration Policy and Asymmetric Warfare. National Interest 75:77-85 Spring 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=12738532&db=aph
Discusses the link between the September 11 terrorist attacks and open immigration in the U.S. Definition of the phrase "Home Front"; Reason of the Department of Homeland Security for centralizing its immigration control; Description of highjackers, including Mohammed Atta and other terrorist groups.

Nitschke, Stefan. Two Years after the USS "Cole" Attack: Maritime Terrorism, Counterterrorism, Trends and Measures. Naval Forces No.6:12-13 2002.

Rice, Susan E. U. S. National Security Policy Post-9/11: Perils and Prospects. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 28:133-154 Winter 2004.

Slepian, Charles G. AVSEC: Past, Present, Future. Counterterrorism & Homeland Security Reports 11:3 2004.

Sorett, Stephen M. and Hickey. David T. Homeland Security Acquisition Regulation Clarifies Procurement Procedures. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 10:6-8 Spring 2004.

Szyliowicz, Joseph S. Aviation Security: Promise or Reality? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:47-63 January-February 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11623047&db=aph
This article analyzes the state of aviation security, beginning with the characteristics of the air transportation system that complicate the achievement of a high level of security. It analyzes the situation that existed prior to 9/11 and then evaluates the changes that have occurred since.

Yarvis, Jeffrey and Bordnick, Patrick. Psychological Intervention for 9/11 Military Mental Health Responders. U.S. Army Medical Department Journal, pp 34-44, January-March 2003.


   Counterterrorism


          Books

Primakov, Yevgeny M. A World Challenged: Fighting Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century. Washington , Brookings Institution Press, 2004. 150 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 P952w

Rees, Brian. Terrorism, Retaliation, and Victory: Awaken the Soul of America to Defeat Terrorism without Casualties. Philadelphia, PA, Xlibris Corporation, 2003. 171 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 R328t

Voort, Maarten van de and O'Brien, Kevin A. "Seacurity": Improving the Security of the Global Sea-Container Shipping System. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2003.    19 p.
Also available at: http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1695/MR1695.pdf
Book call no.: 363.32 V951s

          Periodicals

Bailes, Alyson. The Yin and Yang of Counter-Terrorism. RUSI Journal 147:10-12 December 2002.

Band, Jonathon. Maritime Security and the Terrorist Threat. RUSI Journal 147:26-32 December 2002.
Drawn from the keynote address at RUSI's Transport Security Conference, October 24, 2002.

Carter, Josh. Transcending the Nuclear Framework: Deterrence and Compliance as Counter-Terrorism Strategies. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 10:84-102 Summer 2001.

Castillo, Jasen J. Nuclear Terrorism: Why Deterrence Still Matters. Current History 102:426-431 December 2003.
Examines situations where deterrent threats might lose their capacity to discourage transfer of nuclear weapons to non-state actors. Conditions under which rogue states might give nuclear weapons to terrorists; Determinants of the likelihood of deterrence failure.

Everly, George S. and Castellano, Cherie. Psychological Counterterrorism. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 9:22-27 Fall 2003.

Everly, George S. and Castellano, Cherie. Psychological Counterterrorism and Homeland Security. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 10:4-5 Spring 2004.

Feinstein, Lee and Slaughter, Anne-Marie. A Duty to Prevent. Foreign Affairs 83:136-150 January-February 2004.

Gorka, S. Two Years on From 11 September: Congress's View. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:1-2 September 2003.
A summary of the report Joint Inquiry into the Intelligence Community Activities Before and After the Terrorist Attacks of September 11, 2001 (JICATTA-9/11).

Hainmuller, Jens and Lemnitzer, Jan Martin. Why do Europeans Fly Safer? The Politics of Airport Security in Europe and the US. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:1-36 Winter 2003.

Harvey, Frank P. Addicted to Security. International Journal LIX:27-57 Winter 2003-2004.

Johnston, Eric S. Clandestine Agent Revelation. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 10:48-50 Spring 2004.

Kenney, Michael. From Pablo to Osama: Counter-Terrorism Lessons from the War on Drugs. Survival 45:187-206 Autumn 2003.
Discusses counter-terrorism lessons from the war on drugs by the U.S. and its partners. Evolution of the kingpin strategy in fighting the Colombian cocaine cartels; Role of leadership interdiction in the war on drugs and terror; Differences and similarities between the Al-Qaeda and the drug cartels in terms of organization; Resilience of religious conviction; Need to address the demand-side of terrorism; Need for real-time knowledge of what terrorist suspects are up to.

Kesteloot, Robert W. Red Sky in the Morning: U.S.-Flag Merchant Marine Take Warning. Sea Power 46:50-55 Almanac Issue January 2003.

Lefebvre, Stephane. A Look at Intelligence Analysis. International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence 17:231-264 Summer 2004.

Nitschke, Stefan. Two Years after the USS "Cole" Attack: Maritime Terrorism, Counterterrorism, Trends and Measures. Naval Forces No.6:12-13 2002.

Oppenheimer, A. Nuclear Terrorism: Making it Easier. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:3-4 September 2003.
The War on Terror is being undermined by legal wranglings with Russia over agreement on a liability standard, and compromised by the ideology of the free market which is making it easier to acquire or divert uranium.

Orszag-Land, T. Confronting the WMD Threat. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:10-11 February 2004.
The threat of weapons proliferation encourages four more nations to join a multilateral international initiative.

Orszag-Land, T. Russia Joins Maritime Security Drive. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:6-10 July 2004.

Orszag-Land, T. Waiving the Flag of Convenience. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:3-4 June 2004.

Orszag-Land, Thomas. Free-for-All on the High Seas. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor :3-5 November 2003.

Ostfield, Marc L. Bioterrorism as a Foreign Policy Issue. SAIS Review 24:131-46 Winter-Spring 2004.

Oudraat, Chantal de Jonge. Combating Terrorism. The Washington Quarterly 26:163-176 Autumn 2003.

Rudner, Martin. Hunters and Gatherers: The Intelligence Coalition Against Islamic Terrorism. International Journal of Intelligence and CounterIntelligence 17:193-230 Summer 2004.

van Ham, Peter. War, Lies, and Videotape: Public Diplomacy and the USA's War on Terrorism. Security Dialogue 34:427-444 December 2003.
"This article argues that the U.S. is not only fighting a war against international terrorism by classical, military means, but is also engaged in a battle over the 'hearts and minds' of the Muslim world."


  War on Terror 


           Books

Agenda 2003: Shaping America's Future. Washington, Heritage Foundation, 2003. 167 p.
Note section "International Terrorism: Winning the War Against Terrorists and the States tht Support Them" pp 89-101.

Book call no.: 306.20973 A265

Ahmed, Nafeez Mosaddeq. Behind the War on Terror: Western Secret Strategy and the Struggle for Iraq. Gabriola Island, BC, Canada, New Society Publishers, 2003. 344 p.
Book call no.: 956.70443 A286b

America's War on Terror, edited by Patrick Hayden. Burlington, VT, Ashgate Publishing Company, 2003. 166 p.
Book call no.: 327.73 A51226

Attacking Terrorism: Elements of a Grand Strategy, edited by Audrey Kurth Cronin and James M. Ludes. Washington, Georgetown University Press, 2004. 320 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 A883

The Battle for Hearts and Minds: Using Soft Power to Undermine Terrorist Networks, edited by Alexander T. J. Lennon. Cambridge, MA, The MIT Press, 2003. 392 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 B336

Bennett, William J. Why We Fight: Moral Clarity and the War on Terrorism. Washington, Regnery Publishing, 2002. 197 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 B482w

Braudy, Leo. From Chivalry to Terrorism: War and the Changing Nature of Masculinity. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2003. 611 p.
Book call no.: 305.31 B825f

Chalk, Peter and Rateneu, William. Confronting the "Enemy Within" Security Intelligence, the Police, and Counterterrorism in Four Democracies. Santa Monica, CA, Rand Corporation, 2004. 66 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 C436c

Clark, Wesley K. Winning Modern Wars: Iraq, Terrorism, and the American Empire. New York, Public Affairs, 2003. 218 p.
Book call no.: 956.70443 C596w

Coordinating the War on Terrorism. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2004. 15 p.
Book call no.: 353.30973 C778

Corum, James S. and Johnson, Wray R. Airpower in Small Wars: Fighting Insurgents and Terrorists. Lawrence, KS, University Press of Kansas, 2003. 507 p.
Book call no.: 358.4 C831a

Heymann, Philip B. Terrorism, Freedom, and Security: Winning without War. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press, 2003. 210 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 H618ta

Kessler, Ronald. The CIA at War: Inside the Secret Campaign Against Terror. New York, St. Martin's Press, 2003. 362 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 K22c

Lansford, Tom. All for One: Terrorism, NATO and the United States. Aldershot, Hampshire, England, Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2002. 214 p.
Examines the role of NATO in support of the War on Terror.
Book call no.: 973.931 L295a

Mead, Walter Russell. Power, Terror, Peace, and War: America's Grand Strategy in a World at Risk. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2004. 226 p.
Book call no.: 327.73 M479p

The Media and the War on Terrorism, edited by Stephen Hess and Marvin Kalb. Washington, Brookings Institution Press, 2003. 307 p.
Cosponsored by the Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy, Harvard University.

Book call no.: 070.449303625 M489

Nye, Joseph S. Addressing the New International Terrorism: Prevention, Intervention and Multilateral Cooperation. Washington, Trilateral Commission, May 2003. 31 p.
Report to the Trilateral Commission 2003 Annual Meeting.

Book call no.: 363.32 N994a

Ochmanek, David. Military Operations Against Terrorist Groups Abroad: Implications for the United States Air Force. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2003. 37 p.
Book call no.: 358.400973 O16m

Primakov, Yevgeny M. A World Challenged: Fighting Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century. Washington , Brookings Institution Press, 2004. 150 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 P952w

Ratner, Daniel and Ratner, Mark A. Nanotechnology and Homeland Security: New Weapons for New Wars. Upper Saddle River, NJ, Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference, 2004. 145 p.
Book call no.: 363.35 R236n

Ronczkowski, Michael R. Terrorism and Organized Hate Crime: Intelligence Gathering, Analysis and Investigations. Boca Raton, FL, CRC Press LLC, 2004. 256 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 R769t

Scarborough, Rowan. Rumsfeld's War: The Untold Story of America's Anti-Terrorist Commander. Washington, Regnery Publishing, 2004. 253 p.
Book call no.: 92 R938s

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security, Veterans Affairs and International Relations and the Subcommittee on the Civil Service Census and Agency Organization. Combating Terrorism: Improving the Federal Response. Joint Hearing. 107th Congress, 2nd session, June 11, 2002. Washington, GPO, 2003. 149 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 U58cf

          Periodicals

Armitage, Richard L. Security Cooperation in a Post September 11, 2001 World. DISAM Journal 25:113-117 Winter 2003.
Remarks delivered to the Defense Security Cooperation Agency Conference, Alexandria, VA, October 17, 2002.

Blank, Stephen J. An Ambivalent War: Russia's War on Terrorism. Small Wars and Insurgencies 14:127-150 Spring 2003.

Chin, Warren. Operation 'Enduring Freedom': A Victory for a Conventional Force Fighting an Unconventional War. Small Wars and Insurgencies 14:57-76 Spring 2003.

Coker, Christopher. What Would Sun Tzu Say About the War on Terrorism? RUSI Journal 148:16-20 February 2003.

Crawley, Vince. $10 Billion for Anti-Terrorism Won't Cover DoD's Costs. Air Force Times 63 :28 February 24, 2003.

Cronin, Audrey Kurth. Behind the Curve: Globalization and International Terrorism. International Security 27:30-58 Winter 2002-2003.

Davis, A. Thailand's Insurgents in the South. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:12-13 January 2004.
The Thai government steps up its anti-terrorist operations along the Malaysian border.

Davis, Anthony. Philippine Army Prevents MILF (Moro Islamic Liberation Front) Reorganisation. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:16-21 March 2003.

Davis, Anthony. Stumbling Block to Progress (Increased Fighting in the Philippines). Jane's Defence Weekly 39:21 March 5, 2003.

Dunn, Michael C. A Year of War Between the Wars? Sea Power 46:33-37 Almanac Issue January 2003.

Eshel, David. Special Forces in Counter-Terror. NATO's Nations and Partners for Peace 47, no.4:154-159 2002.

Finlan, Alastair. Warfare by Other Means: Special Forces, Terrorism and Grand Strategy. Small Wars and Insurgencies 14:92-108 Spring 2003.

Marks, Tom A. At the Frontlines of the GWOT: State Response to Insurgency in Jammu. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 10:38-46 Spring 2004.

Simons, Anna and Tucker, David. United States Special Operations Forces and the War on Terrorism. Small Wars and Insurgencies 14:77-91 Spring 2003.

Friedman, Norman. Information Warfare can Defeat Terrorists. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 129:4+ April 2003.

Harvey, Frank P. Addicted to Security. International Journal LIX:27-57 Winter 2003-2004.

Hitz, Fredeerick and Weiss, Brian J. Helping the CIA and FBI Connect the Dots in the War on Terror. International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 17:1-41 Spring 2004.

Kenney, Michael. From Pablo to Osama: Counter-Terrorism Lessons from the War on Drugs. Survival 45:187-206 Autumn 2003.
Discusses counter-terrorism lessons from the war on drugs by the U.S. and its partners. Evolution of the kingpin strategy in fighting the Colombian cocaine cartels; Role of leadership interdiction in the war on drugs and terror; Differences and similarities between the Al-Qaeda and the drug cartels in terms of organization; Resilience of religious conviction; Need to address the demand-side of terrorism; Need for real-time knowledge of what terrorist suspects are up to.

Kosterlitz, Julie. Pakistan Paradox. National Journal 36:1928-1936 June 19, 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=13660759&db=aph
Examines the relationship between the United States and Pakistan based on the context of the global war on terrorism. Importance of Pakistan in the war on terrorism launched by the U.S. in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Criticism on the move of the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush to make Pakistan an ally in the war on terrorism; Information on the government of Pakistan leader Pervez Musharraf; Implications of the growing political influence of Islamists in Pakistan; Problem with the nuclear weapons program of Pakistan.

Kratzmann, Jurgen E. Turco-German Defence Industrial Cooperation Developments after Sep. 11. NATO's Nations and Partners for Peace 47, no.4:184-185+ 2002.

Kurlantzick, Joshua. China's Dubious Role in the War on Terror. Current History 102:432-438 December 2003.
Analyzes the role of China in the war on terrorism. Nature of cooperation between the country and China in counterterrorism efforts; Limits in China's counterterrorism assistance; Impact of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on U.S.-China relations.

Levitt, Matthew. Untangling the Terror Web: Identifying and Counteracting the Phenomenon of Crossover Between Terrorist Groups. SAIS Review 24:33-48 Winter-Spring 2004.

McCarthy, Andrew C. Global War on Terrorism? No, It's a Global War on Militant Islam. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 10:52-57 Summer 2004.

Mockaitis, Thomas R. Winning Hearts and Minds in the 'War on Terrorism'. Small Wars and Insurgencies 14:21-38 Spring 2003.
Argues that "winning hearts and minds" means nothing more than addressing the causes of unrest upon which an insurgency feeds.

Orszag-Land, T. EU Appoints 'Anti-Terrorism Tsar.' Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:5-7 April 2004.

Oudraat, Chantal de Jonge. Combating Terrorism. The Washington Quarterly 26:163-176 Autumn 2003.

Quester, George H. The New Defense Policy Agenda. Parameters 33:140-144 Spring 2003.
Review essay.

Ray, Norman and Josiah, Timothy W. Leading-Edge Technology Against Terrorism. NATO's Nations and Partners for Peace 47, no.4:245-248 2002.

Researchers Leave Terrorists Nowhere to Hide. Signal 57:43-46 February 2003.

Rogers, Steven. Beyond the Abu Sayyaf: The Lessons of Failure in the Philippines. Foreign Affairs 83:14-20 January-February 2004.

Roth, Kenneth. The Law of War in the War on Terror: Washington's Abuse of "Enemy Combatants." Foreign Affairs 83:2-7 January-February 2004.

Schear, James A. Waging War Against Global Terrorism: Assessing the Long-Term Challenges.  The Korean Journal of Defense Analysis 16:181-199 Spring 2004.

Selth, Andrew. Burma's Muslims and the War on Terror. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:107-126 March-April 2004.

Shlapentokh, Vladimir and Woods, Joshua. The Threat of International Terrorism and the Image of the United States Abroad. The Brown Journal of World Affairs 10:167-180 Winter-Spring 2004.

Sick, Gary. Iran: Confronting Terrorism. The Washington Quarterly 26:83-98 Autumn 2003.

Taylor, Stuart. How Bush's Overreaching Hurts the War Against Terrorism. National Journal 36:2080-2081 July 3, 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=13855769&db=aph
Comments on the strategy of the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush in dealing with terrorism. Information on Yasser Esam Hamdi, a suspected U.S. citizen terrorist; Evolution of the torture memorandum from the Justice Department; Effect of the torture memorandum on the leadership performance of President Bush.

Tilford, Earl H. Jr. Asymmetry and the American Way of War. Officer 80:97-100 January-February 2003.

White, Craig. Air Power and the Changing Nature of Terrorism. Royal Air Force Air Power Review 5:103-119 Winter 2002.


                 War on Terror - Lessons Learned 


          Books

Adams, Gerry. A Farther Shore: Ireland's Long Road to Peace. New York, Random House, 2003. 412 p.
Book call no.: 941.60824 A213f

Cox, Richard J. Flowers After the Funeral: Reflections on the Post-9/11 Digital Age. Lanham, MD, Scarecrow Press, Inc, 2003. 129 p.
Book call no.: 025.82 C878f

Hanson, Victor Davis. Between War and Peace: Lessons from Afghanistan to Iraq. New York, Random House Trade Paperbacks, 2004. 282 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 H251b

Hirrel, Leo P. Response to Terrorism: U.S. Joint Forces Command and the Attacks of 11 September 2001. Norfolk, VA, Office of the Command Historian, U.S. Joint Forces Command, 2003. 95 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 H668r

Irwin, Colin. The People's Peace Process in Northern Ireland. New York, PALGRAVE MACMILLAN, 2002. 326 p.
Book call no.: 941.6 I72p

Peace at Last? The Impact of the Good Friday Agreement on Northern Ireland, edited by Jorg Neuheiser and Stefan Wolff. New York, Berghahn Books, 2002. 236 p.
Book call no.: 941.50824 P355

          Periodicals

Byman, Daniel. Measuring the War on Terrorism: A First Appraisal. Current History 102:411-416 Decemer 2003.
Assesses the progress of the U.S.-led war on terrorism. Challenges in evaluating counterterrorism efforts; Measures of success or failure in the war on terrorism; Goals and objectives of counterterrorism.

Corera, Gordon. Report Points to Weaknesses in US Intelligence Machinery. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:46-49 September 2003.
Examines the conclusions of the Congressional Report into intelligence failures related to the 11 September 2001 attacks.

Deschenes, Dany. 11 September 2001: A Radical New Departure in International Terrorism? Canadian Military Journal 3:21-26 Winter 2002-2003.

Gorka, S. Learning Lessons from 11 September. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:10-12 July 2004.

Oppenheimer, A. Aum Shinrikyo: Lessons to be Learnt. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:3-4 March 2004.

Shultz, Richard H. and Vogt, Andreas. It's War! Fighting Post-11 September Global Terrorism through a Doctrine of Preemption. Terrorism and Political Violence 15:1-30 Spring 2003.
This assessment reveals how the Al-Qaeda network bears a resemblance to fourth-generation asymmetrical warfare and not to the 1990s profile of the intelligence community.


        U.S. Foreign Policy


           Audio

Lake, Anthony. 6 Nightmares: Real Threats in a Dangerous World and How America Can Meet Them. Santa Ana, CA, Books on Tape, Inc., 2001. 8 sound cassettes (12 hours).
Former National Security Advisor Anthony Lake draws on his experience coordinating foreign policy to examine six major threats to the security and well-being of American citizens.

Audio 363.320973 L192sa

          Books

Attacking Terrorism: Elements of a Grand Strategy, edited by Audrey Kurth Cronin and James M. Ludes. Washington, Georgetown University Press, 2004. 320 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 A883

Coping with 9-11: Asian Perspectives on Global and Regional Order, edited by Han Sung-Joo. Tokyo, Japan, Japan Center for International Exchange, 2003. 133 p.
Book call no.: 363.32095 C783

Guyatt, Nicholas. Another American Century? The United States and the World since 9/11. New York, ZED BOOKS, 2003. 308 p.
Book call no.: 327.73 G987a 2003

Hanson, Victor Davis. Between War and Peace: Lessons from Afghanistan to Iraq. New York, Random House Trade Paperbacks, 2004. 282 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 H251b

Lansford, Tom. All for One: Terrorism, NATO and the United States. Aldershot, Hampshire, England, Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2002. 214 p.
Examines the role of NATO in support of the War on Terror.

Book call no.: 973.931 L295a

Mead, Walter Russell. Power, Terror, Peace, and War: America's Grand Strategy in a World at Risk. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2004. 226 p.
Book call no.: 327.73 M479p

Pillar, Paul R. Terrorism and U.S. Foreign Policy. Washington, Brookings Institution Press, 2003. 272 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 P641t 2003

Zunes, Stephen. Tinderbox: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Roots of Terrorism, foreword by Richard Falk. Monroe, ME, Common Courage Press, 2003. 264 p.
Book call no.: 327.73056 Z95t

          Periodicals

Bacevich, Andrew J and Prodromou, Elizabeth H. God is Not Neutral: Religion and U.S. Foreign Policy after 9/11. Orbis A Journal of World Affairs 48:43-54 Winter 2004.

Banlaoi, Rommel C. Broadening Philippine-Australia Defence Relations in the Post 9/11 Era: Issues and Prospects. Contemporary Southeast Asia 25:473-488 December 2003.

Bertrand, Serge. Fighting Islamist Terrorism: An Indirect Strategic Approach. Canadian Military Journal 3:15-20 Winter 2002-2003.

Brownfeld, A. US Sanctions Loom Over Syria. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst:5-7 May 2004.

Carey, Merrick. Does NATO Still Have the Will? Sea Power 46:38-43 Almanac Issue January 2003.

Carothers, Thomas. Democracy: Terrorism's Uncertain Antidote. Current History 102:403-406 December 2003.
Comments on the U.S. government's attention to the near-total lack of democracy in the Middle East. Impact of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the U.S. government's Middle East policy.

Dundes, Lauren and Rajapaksa, Sushama. Just Deserts: An Examination of Sri Lankans's Reactions to 9/11. Studies in conflict & Terrorism 27:31-45 January-February 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=11623046&db=aph
The terrorism of 9/11 elicited a range of different reactions from around the world, including the sentiment that 9/11 was just deserts for America's presence abroad as an unwelcome world policeman. To help determine the prevalence of this perspective, the authors surveyed a sample of 335 well-educated, English speaking Sri Lankans.

Hajjar, Lisa. From Nuremberg to Guantanamo: International Law and American Power Politics. Middle East Report 33:8-15 Winter 2003.

Isacson, Adam. Optimism, Pessimism, and Terrorism: The United States and Colombia in 2003. The Brown Journal of World Affairs 10:245-255 Winter-Spring 2004.

Kaim, Markus. Friendship Under Strain or Fundamental Alienation? Germany-US Relations after the Iraq War. International Journal:127-143 Winer 2003-2004.

Kosterlitz, Julie. Pakistan Paradox. National Journal 36:1928-1936 June 19, 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=13660759&db=aph
Examines the relationship between the United States and Pakistan based on the context of the global war on terrorism. Importance of Pakistan in the war on terrorism launched by the U.S. in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks; Criticism on the move of the administration of U.S. President George W. Bush to make Pakistan an ally in the war on terrorism; Information on the government of Pakistan leader Pervez Musharraf; Implications of the growing political influence of Islamists in Pakistan; Problem with the nuclear weapons program of Pakistan.

Mousseau, Michael. Market Civilization and its Clash with Terror. International Security 27:5-29 Winter 2002-2003.

Orszag-Land, T. Russia Joins Maritime Security Drive. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor:6-10 July 2004.

Oudraat, Chantal de Jonge. Combating Terrorism. The Washington Quarterly 26:163-176 Autumn 2003.

Schonberg, Karl K. Global Security and Legal Restraint: Reconsidering War Powers after September 11. Political Science Quarterly 119:115-142 Spring 2004.

Shlapentokh, Vladimir and Woods, Joshua. The Threat of International Terrorism and the Image of the United States Abroad. The Brown Journal of World Affairs 10:167-180 Winter-Spring 2004.

Smith, Anthony L. A Glass Half Full: Indonesia-U.S. Relations in the Age of Terror. Contemporary Southeast Asia 25:449-472 December 2003.

Stern, Selma. Turning Towards Turkey: Its Importance as an Energy Distributor and Ally in Post-9/11 Stabilization. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 28:201-210 Winter 2004.

Tay, Simon S. C. Asia and the United States after 9/11: Primacy and Partnership in the Pacific. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 28:113-144 Winter 2004.

van Ham, Peter. War, Lies, and Videotape: Public Diplomacy and the USA's War on Terrorism. Security Dialogue 34:427-444 December 2003.
"This article argues that the U.S. is not only fighting a war against international terrorism by classical, military means, but is also engaged in a battle over the 'hearts and minds' of the Muslim world."


         Economic Issues


          Books

Alexander, Dean C. and Alexander, Yonah. Terrorism and Business: The Impact of September 11, 2001. Ardsley, NY, Transnational Publishers, Inc., 2002. 265 p.
Book call no.: 330.973 A375t

Guyatt, Nicholas. Another American Century? The United States and the World since 9/11. New York, ZED BOOKS, 2003. 308 p.
Book call no.: 327.73 G987a 2003

         Periodicals

Mousseau, Michael. Market Civilization and its Clash with Terror. International Security 27:5-29 Winter 2002-2003.

Stern, Selma. Turning Towards Turkey: Its Importance as an Energy Distributor and Ally in Post-9/11 Stabilization. The Fletcher Forum of World Affairs 28:201-210 Winter 2004.


 Legal Issues & Human Rights 


          Books

Balancing Civil Rights and Security: American Judicial Responses Since 9/11. Dobbs Ferry, NY, Oceana Publications, 2003. 276 p.
Book call no.: 345.7302 B171

Bovard, James. Terrorism and Tyranny: Trampling Freedom, Justice, and Peace to Rid the World of Evil. New York, Palgrave MacMillan, 2003. 440 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 B783t

Cole, David. Enemy Aliens: Double Standards and Constitutional Freedoms in the War on Terrorism. New York, The New Press, 2003. 315 p.
Book call no.: 323.3291 C689e

Freeman, Michael. Freedom or Security: The Consequences for Democracies Using Emergency Powers to Fight Terror. Westport, CN, Praeger, 2003. 218 p.
Book call no.: 323.44 F855f

Gallaher, Carolyn. On the Fault Line: Race, Class, and the American Patriot Movement.  New York, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2003. 272 p.
Book call no.: 322.420973 G162o

Ignatieff, Michael. The Lesser Evil: Political Ethics in an Age of Terror. Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press, 2004. 212 p.
Book call no.: 172 I24L

In the Shadow of 'Just Wars' Violence, Politics and Humanitarian Action, edited by Fabrice Weissman. Ithaca, NY, Cornell University Press, 2004. 372 p.
Book call no.: 363.34988 I35

International Bar Association. Task Force on International Terrorism. International Terrorism: Legal Challenges and Responses: A Report by the International Bar Association's Task Force on International Terrorism. Ardsley, NY, Transnational Publishers, 2003. 186 p.
Book call no.: 345.02 I61i

Jewett, Robert and Lawrence, John Shelton. Captain America and the Crusade Against Evil: The Dilemma of Zealous Nationalism. Grand Rapids, MI, William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2003. 392 p.
Book call no.: 303.48273017671 J59c

Lost Liberties: Ashcroft and the Assault on Personal Freedom, edited by Cynthia Brown. New York, The New Press, 2003. 324 p.
Book call no.: 323.490973 L881

Lyon, David. Surveillance After September 11. Cambridge, UK, Polity Press, 2003. 197 p.
Book call no.: 303.33 L991s

Parenti, Christian. The Soft Cage: Surveillance in America from Slavery to the War on Terror. New York, Basic Books, 2003. 273 p.
Book call no.: 303.330973 P228s

The Politics of Terror, edited by William Crotty. Boston, MA, Northeastern University Press, 2004. 322 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 P769

Privacy and Human Rights 2002: An International Survey of Privacy Laws and Developments. Washington, Electronic Privacy Information Center, 2002. 393 p.
Examines the impact of government proposals after September 11, 2001, on privacy and civil liberties. The report documents many new anti-terrorism and security measures and identifies key trends including increased communications surveillance, weakening of data protection regimes, and increased profiling and identification of individuals.

Book call no.: 323.448 P961

Rights vs Public Safety after 9/11: America in the Age of Terrorism, edited by Amitai Etzioni and Jason H. Marsh. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefeld Publishers, Inc, 2003. 179 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 R571

Schulz, William F. Tainted Legacy: 9/11 and the Ruin of Human Rights. New York, Thunder's Mouth Press, 2003. 242 p.
Book call no.: 323.49 S389t

Shattuck, John. Freedom on Fire: Human Rights Wars and America's Response. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press, 2003. 390 p.
Book call no.: 303.6409049 S533f

Terrorism and International Justice, edited by James P. Sterba. New York, Oxford University Press, 2003. 252 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 T32819

Terrorism and Justice: Moral Argument in a Threatened World, edited by C. A. J. Coady and O'Keefe, Michael P. Melbourne, Australia, Melbourne University Press, 2002. 144 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 T32821

United States. Congress. House of Representatives. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations. Visa Revocations: Catching the Terrorists Among Us. Hearing. 108th Congress. 1st session, June 18, 2003. Washington, GPO, 2004. 171 p.
Book call no.: 342.73082 U581v

United States. Department of Defense. Technology and Privacy Advisory Committee. Safeguarding Privacy in the Fight Against Terrorism: Report of the Technology and Privacy Advisory Committee. Washington, Technology and Privacy Advisory Committee, 2004. 18 p.
Accompanying CD-ROM contains full report: (xvi, 119 p. ; 28 cm.) in PDF format.

Book call no.: 342.73085 U581

War on our Freedoms: Civil Liberties in an Age of Terrorism, edited by Richard C. Leone and Greg Anrig. New York, The Century Foundation, 2003. 317 p.
Book call no.: 323.0973 W253

Wars on Terrorism and Iraq: Human Rights, Unilateralism, and U.S. Foreign Policy, edited by Thomas G. Weiss. New York, Routledge, 2004. 247 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 W295

          Periodicals

Burke, Anthony. Just War or Ethical Peace? Moral Discourses of Strategic Violence After 9/11. International Affairs 80:329-353 March 2004.

Daly, John C. K. The People of Guantanamo. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst :4-6 March 2004.
Around 650 illegal combatants are detained in Guantanamo Bay. The U.S. Department of Defense releases very little specific information about the prisoners.

Gorman, Siobhan. What's Next for Enemy Combatants? National Journal 36:2107-2108 July 3, 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=13855779&db=aph
Discusses issues related to detaining suspected terrorists in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Information on the enemy combatant policies of the U.S. government; Details of enemy combatant cases ruled on by the Supreme Court; Discussion on rules for enemy combatant policies by the government.

Hajjar, Lisa. From Nuremberg to Guantanamo: International Law and American Power Politics. Middle East Report 33:8-15 Winter 2003.

Kay, Jonathan. Outmaneuvering Terror: Redefining the Terrorist. National Interest 75:87-93 Spring 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=12738533&db=aph
Discusses the international condemnation being faced by the U.S. government for treating individual perpetrators as criminals and not as participants in a war against the U.S. Complaints of the International Committee of the Red Cross against U.S. authorities; Discussion on the so-called Guantanamo detainees; Central problem of the U.S. government with fighting terrorism through the courts.

Pope, Nicole. Indictments Galore. Middle East International 720:25-26 March 5, 2004.

Taylor, Stuart. 'Enemy Combatants:' Inching Towards Due ProcessNational Journal 36:599-600 February 28, 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=12538476&db=aph

Taylor, Stuart. Guantanamo: Why the President is Courting Defeat. National Journal April 24, 2004.
Available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=13025224&db=aph
Speculates the possibility that the U.S. Supreme Court will reject U.S. President George W. Bush's denial of due process on foreign detainees at the Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. Impact of the Supreme Court proceedings on the terrorism campaign of Bush; Role of the Article V of the Third Geneva Convention in the military tribunal of the detainees; Claim of the CBS television program "60 Minutes II.".

Taylor, Stuart. The Perils of Torturing Suspected Terrorists. National Journal 36:1389-1390 May 8, 2004.
Also available at: http://search.ebscohost.com/direct.asp?an=13230463&db=aph
Comments on the abuse of suspected terrorists at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq by U.S. forces for intelligence purposes. Range of torture experienced by the prisoners; Forms of coercive interrogation; Arguments for and against the use of torture; Position of federal and international law on torture.

Warner, Daniel. Implications of September 11 for the Human Rights Regime. Civil Wars 6:47-53 Spring 2003.


   September 11, 2001


          Books

Fouda, Yosri and Fielding, Nick. Masterminds of Terror: The Truth Behind the Most Devastating Terrorist Attack the World has Ever Seen. New York, Arcade Publishing, 2003. 210 p.
Book call no.: 303.6250973 F278m

History and September 11th, edited by Joanne Meyerowitz for the Journal of American History. Philadelphia, PA, Temple University Press, 2003. 273 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 H673

Posner, Gerald. Why America Slept: The Failure to Prevent 9/11. New York, Random House, 2003. 241 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 P855w

September 11 in History: A Watershed Moment?, edited by Mary L. Dudziak. Durham, NC, Duke University Press, 2003. 240 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 S4793


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