TERRORISM 2005

August 2005

Compiled by Bibliography Branch
Muir S. Fairchild Research Information Center
Maxwell AFB, AL


Contents

Internet Resources   
General Information
The Threat - Terror Groups
      
 Abu Sayyaf
        al Qaida
       
Aum Shinrikyo
        Domestic Groups
        ETA
        FARC
       
Gerakan Aceh Merdaka (GAM)
        HAMAS
        Hizballah
        Irish Republican Army       

        Jamaah Islamiah
       
Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE)     
Geographic Areas
        Africa
        Asia
        Europe
        Latin & South America
        Middle East
        Russia       
        United States
Methods
        Financing Terror
       
Insurgency
        Piracy
        Religious Terrorism
        State Supported Terrorism
        Suicide Bombing
        Terror and Crime
        Terror and Technology
     
        Weapons of Mass Destruction
        Women & Children Soldiers
History of Terror
Trends After 9/11
        Causes of Terrorism
        Counterterrorism
        Enemy Combatants
        Foreign Policy
        Homeland Defense
        Human Rights
        Legal Issues
        Post 9-11 Political Discourse

        War on Terror

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Internet Resources


Anti-Defamation League. ADL: Fighting Anti-Semitism, Bigotry and Extremism.
Available online at: http://www.adl.org/default.htm

Brookings Institution. America's Response to Terrorism.
Available online at: http://www.brook.edu/dybdocroot/fp/projects/terrorism/terrorism.htm

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Resources on Terrorism.
Available online at: http://www.carnegieendowment.org/npp/terrorism.cfm
Links to government resources and Congressional reports and testimony.

CATO Institute. Defense and National Security.
Available online at: http://www.cato.org/defense-studies/index.html
"Cato's vision includes a national defense based on strategic independence, which resists military intervention unless American vital interests are at stake. The extended U.S. defense perimeter of the Cold War -- now outdated -- needs to be retracted. Overseas military interventions required to maintain the perimeter may be making the U.S. homeland less secure by acting as a magnet for retaliatory terrorist attacks, including those with weapons of mass destruction.".

CDI - Center for Defense Information. Security Policy Research Organization.
Available online at: http://www.cdi.org
Provides profiles of terrorist groups and links to current news about terrorist activities.

Central Intelligence Agency. War on Terrorism.
Available online at: http://www.cia.gov/terrorism/index.html

Congressional Research Service. America's War on Terrorism.
Available online at: http://www.fas.org/main/content.jsp?formAction=325&projectId=8
Provides links to reports on terrorism.

Council on Foreign Relations. Terrorism: Questions & Answers.
Available online at: http://cfrterrorism.org/home/
Terrorism questions and answers.

Department of State. Patterns of Global Terrorism 2004.
Available online at: http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/c14818.htm

Department of State. State Department Identifies 40 Foreign Terrorist Organizations.
Available online at: http://usinfo.state.gov/is/Archive/2005/Apr/27-320736.html

Department of the Treasury . Terrorism and Financial Intelligence (TFI).
Available online at: http://www.treasury.gov/offices/enforcement/

Drug Enforcement Administration. DEA Ongoing Programs, Narco-Terrorism and Money Laundering.
Available online at: http://www.dea.gov/ongoing/narco-terrorism.html

Federal Bureau of Investigation. Counterterrorism.
Available online at: http://www.fbi.gov/terrorinfo/counterrorism/waronterrorhome.htm
"The FBI is part of a vast national and international campaign dedicated to defeating terrorism. Working hand-in-hand with partners in law enforcement, intelligence, the military, and diplomatic circles, our job is to neutralize terrorist cells and operatives here in the U.S. and to help dismantle terrorist networks worldwide."

Federation of American Scientists. America's War on Terrorism.
Available online at: http://www.fas.org/main/content.jsp?formAction=325&projectId=8

GlobalSecurity.org . Reliable Security Information.
Available online at: http://www.globalsecurity.org
Profiles on terrorist groups and links to "hot" documents and news reports.

IntelCenter.
Available online at: http://www.intelcenter.com/
"Our focus as a company is on studying terrorist groups and other threat actors and disseminating that information in a timely manner to those who can act on it. We look at capabilities and intentions, warnings and indicators, operational characteristics and a wide variety of other points in order to better understand how to interdict terrorist operations and reduce the likelihood of future attacks. The results of this work is then disseminated in a variety of Alert, Current Intelligence and Analytical Resource services. It also provides the foundation for our field books such as the "First Responder Chem-Bio Handbook." Our primary client base is comprised of military, law enforcement and intelligence agencies in the US and other allied countries around the world."

Interpol. Interpol's Involvement in the Fight Against International Terrorism.
Available online at: http://www.interpol.int/Public/Terrorism/default.asp

National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism. MIPT Terrorism Knowledge Base.
Available online at: http://www.tkb.org/Home.jsp

Naval Postgraduate School Dudley Knox Library. Homeland Security Digital Library.
Available online at: http://knxup2.hsdl.org/uPortal/render.userLayoutRootNode.uP

RAND. Terrorism and Homeland Security.
Available online at: http://www.rand.org/research_areas/terrorism/

Terrorism Knowledge Base. A Chronology of Significant International Terrorism for 2004. April 27, 2005.
Available online at: http://www.tkb.org/documents/Downloads/NCTC_Report.pdf

U.S. Defense Department. Defend America - U.S. Defense Dept. War on Terror.
Available online at: http://www.defendamerica.mil

United Nations. UN Acts Against Terrorism.
Available online at: http://www.un.org/terrorism/

USAF Counterproliferation Center. Global War on Terrorism (GWOT).
Available online at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/cps-terr.htm
"The CPC will undertake and direct counterproliferation research and education. This involves assessing nuclear, biological, chemical, and missile (NBC/M) proliferation threats and the means of addressing those threats. This also includes research and education on such topics as appropriate military and diplomatic strategy when confronting NBC/M opponents, active defenses, counterforce capabilities, passive defenses, international nonproliferation diplomacy, nonproliferation and arms control treaty regimes, NBC/M export controls, US and allied force protection measures against weapons of mass destruction (WMD) threats, counter-terrorist activities, deterrence of conflicts, and deterrence of escalation of conflicts involving WMD opponents. The CPC will be tasked with carrying out research projects, organizing Air Force CP conferences, setting up a counterproliferation information depository and clearing house, setting up a CP speakers series, publishing CP books and occasional papers on important issues, providing CP courses and briefings for senior officers, and providing CP curriculum and faculty development support to those at Air University."


General Information


Please note:  a call number beginning with "R" denotes a reference book. 

Books

Borgu, Aldo. Understanding Terrorism: 20 Basic Facts. Australia, Australia Strategic Policy Institute, September 2004. 12 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 B734u

Encyclopedia of World Terrorism, edited by Frank Shanty. Armonk, NY, Sharpe Reference, 2003. 1028 p.
Book call no.: R 303.625 E56 2003

Herbst, Philip. Talking Terrorism: A Dictionary of the Loaded Language of Political Violence. Westport, CT, Greenwood Press, 2003. 220 p.
Book call no.: R 303.603 H538t

Jane's World Insurgency and Terrorism. Alexandria, VA, Jane's Information Group, 2004. 1 vol.
Book call no.: R 364.1 J33

Kronenwetter, Michael. Terrorism: A Guide to Events and Documents. Westport, CN, Greenwood Press, 2004. 298 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 K93t

The MIPT Terrorism Annual 2002. Oklahoma City, OK, National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism (MIPT), 2004. 94 p.
With contributions from David Brannon, Peter Chalk, Kim Cragin and Sara Daly.
Book call no.: 363.320973 M669 2002

Research on Terrorism: Trends, Achievements & Failures, Edited by Andrew Silke. Foreword by Bruce Hoffman. Portland, OR, Frank Cass, 2004. 240 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 R432

Terrorism: An Interdisciplinary Perspective, edited by Wadsworth-Thomson Learning. Belmont, CA, Wadsworth-Thomson Learning, 2004. 86 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 T32827

Periodicals

Cronin, Audrey K. Behind the Curve: Globalization and International Terrorism. International Security 27:30-58 Winter 2002-2003.
Studies the characteristics and causes of the collision occurring between U.S. power, globalization and the evolution of international terrorism. Types of terrorism; Trends in modern terrorism; Implications of terrorism for the stability and security of the international community.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=9201189


The Threat - Terror Groups


 Abu Sayyaf


 Periodicals

Abu Sayyaf Fights Back. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor April 2005.

Rogers, Steven. Beyond the Abu Sayyaf. Foreign Affairs 83:15-21 January-February 2004.
The problem of Islamic extremism in the Philippines is complex and cannot be addressed in simplistic terms through the war on terrorism by the United States.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=11781722


al Qaida


Books

Daly, Sara. Aum Shinrikyo, Al Qaeda, and the Kinshasa Reactor: Implications of Three Case Studies for Combating Nuclear Terrorism. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2005. 75 p.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/pubs/documented_briefings/2005/RAND_DB458.pdf
Book call no.: 363.32 D153a

Hayes, Stephen F. The Connection: How al Qaeda's Collaboration with Saddam Hussein has Endangered America. New York, HarperCollins Publishers, 2004. 191 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 H418c

Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear and the Selling of American Empire, edited by Sut Jhally and Jeremy Earp. Foreword by Howard Zinn. Northampton, MA, Olive Branch Press, 2004. 295 p.
Book call no.: 327.7300905 H639

Kohlmann, Evan F. Al-Qaida's Jihad in Europe: The Afghan-Bosnian Network. New York, Berg, 2004. 239 p.
Book call no.: 364.1094 K79a

Miniter, Richard. Losing Bin Laden: How Bill Clinton's Failures Unleashed Global Terror.. Washington, Regnery Publishers, 2003. 317 p.
"Losing bin Laden is an account of a terror war that bin Laden openly declared, but that Clinton left largely unfought. It takes you inside the Oval Office, the White House Situation Room, and some of the deadliest terrorist cells that America has ever faced. If Clinton had fought back, the attacks on September 11, 2001, might never have happened."--BOOK JACKET.
Book call no.: 973.929 M665L

Randal, Jonathan. Osama: The Making of a Terrorist. New York, Alfred A. Knopf, 2004. 339 p.
Book call no.: 92 B612ra

Periodicals

Abuza, Zachary. Learning by Doing: Al Qaeda's Allies in Southeast Asia. Current History 103:171-177 April 2004.
Reports on the activities of the Al Qaeda and the allies of the terrorist network in Southeast Asia. Suicide bombings by Jemaah Islamiah; Security concerns in Indonesia and the Philippines; Counterterrorism strategy of the U.S.

Ansari, M. Pakistan Claims al-Qaeda Suspects. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst 8-10 September 2004.

Brownfeld, A. The Threat From Within Afghanistan. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst 14-16 September 2004.

Bunker, Robert J. and Begert, Matt. Operational Combat Analysis of the Al Qaeda Network. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:316-339 Winter 2002.

Campbell, Lisa J. Applying Order-of-Battle to Al Qaeda Operations. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:299-315 Winter 2002.

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

Fair, C. Christine. Militant Recruitment in Pakistan: Implications for Al Qaeda and Other Organizations. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:489-504 November-December 2004.

Fishel, Kimbra L. Challenging the Hegemon: Al Qaeda's Elevation of Asymmetric Insurgent Warfare onto the Global Arena. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:285-298 Winter 2002.

Garfield, Andrew. PIRA Lessons Learned: A Model of Terrorist Leadership Succession. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:271-284 Winter 2002.

Gunaratna, Rohan. Al-Qaeda's Operational Ties with Allied Groups. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:20-22 February 2003.

Hastert, Paul L. Operation Anaconda: Perception Meets Reality in the Hills of Afghanistan. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:11-20 January-February 2005.

Hoffman, Bruce. The Changing Face of Al Qaeda and the Global War on Terrorism. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:549-560 November-December 2004.

Implications of Al-Qaeda's Rhetoric. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 12-14 February 2005.

Jasparro, Christopher. Madrid Attacks Point to Sustained Al-Qaeda Direction. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:30-33 August 2004.
Article examines the relationships between the local planners and operatives in the Madrid bombings and al-Qaida.

Jihadist Terrorism in Western Europe. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 12-14 June 2005.
"Islamist militant networks operating in Western Europe vary in the strength of their affiliations with the inner circle of the Al-Qaeda organisation."

Johnson, R. W. Tracking Terror Through Africa. National Interest 75:161-173 Spring 2004.
Discusses the issue of tracking terrorism through Africa. Information on the suspects arrested by U.S. military units stationed in Kenya for embassy bombings in the U.S. in 1998; Explanation on the advantage consequent upon the decay of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's state; Discussion on the relationship between Mugabe and terrorist Qaddafi.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=aph&an=12738544

Knights, M. Saudi Arabia's Amateur Terrorists. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 13-14 January 2005.

Lia, Brynjar and Hegghammer, Thomas. Jihadi Strategic Studies: The Alleged Al Qaida Policy Study Preceding the Madrid Bombings. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:355-375 September-October 2004.

Lopez, Clare. Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi: Street Thug in the Global War on Terror. Journal of Counterterorism & Homeland Security International 11:16-20 Winter 2005.

Midlarsky, Manus I. Nihilism in Political Chaos: Himmler; bin Laden, and Altruistic Punishment. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:187-206 May-June 2004.

Mishal, Shaul and Rosenthal, Maoz. Al Qaeda as a Dune Organization: Toward a Typology of Islamic Terrorist Organizations. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:275-293 July-August 2005.
This article provides a topology which concentrates on organizational behavior patterns and provides a framework for a comparative analysis of terrorist movements, which is applied to a study of Al Qaeda, Hizballah, Hamas, and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

Oppenheimer, A. Al-Zarqawi, Al-Qaeda and WMD. Jane's Terrorism& Security Monitor 5-7 October 2004.

Picco, Giandomenico. The Challenges of Strategic Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:11-16 Winter 2005.
"The Al Qaeda type of terrorist is quite different from that of those of the IRA or Hezbollah. The former is seeking a clash of civilizations or at least a clash between the Islamic world and the West or at least between Islam and the US. The latter used and use terrorism to pursue a specific objective and a limited one at that in scope and geography. Terrorism is not a one dimensional phenomenon."

The Qatar Bombing - Who's Next? Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst 1-3 April ;2005.

Rosenau, William. Al Qaida Recruitment Trends in Kenya and Tanzania. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:1-10 January-February 2005.

Schanzer, Jonathan. Yemen's War on Terror. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:517-531 Summer 2004.

Sedgwick, Mark. Al-Qaeda and the Nature of Religious Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:795-814 Winter 2004.

Soderblom, Jason D. Combating Al-Qaeda: The Clever Hand of Anti-Terrorism. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:22-26 Winter 2005.

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

Zimmerman, John C. Sayyid Qutb's Influence on the 11 September Attacks. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:222-252 Summer 2004.


Aum Shinrikyo


Daly, Sara. Aum Shinrikyo, Al Qaeda, and the Kinshasa Reactor: Implications of Three Case Studies for Combating Nuclear Terrorism. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2005. 75 p.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/pubs/documented_briefings/2005/RAND_DB458.pdf
Book call no.: 363.32 D153a


Domestic Groups


Books

Davis, Jayna. The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing. Nashville, TN, WND Books, 2004. 255 p.
Book call no.: 976.6 D262t

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

Levitas, Daniel. The Terrorist Next Door: The Militia Movement and the Radical Right. New York, Thomas Dunne Books-St. Martin's Press, 2002. 520 p.
Reveals the man behind far-right groups like the Posse Comitatus and the ideas that inspire their attempts to bring about a racist revolution in the U.S.
Book call no.: 322.420973 L666t

Mulloy, D. J. American Extremism: History, Politics and the Militia Movement. New York, Routledge, 2004. 230 p.
Book call no.: 322.420973 M959a

Varon, Jeremy. Bringing the War Home: The Weather Underground, the Red Army Faction, and Revolutionary Violence in the Sixties and Seventies. Berkeley, CA, University of California Press, 1993. 394 p.
Book call no.: 322.42 V323b

Periodicals

Gentry, Caron. The Relationship Between New Social Movement Theory and Terrorism Studies: The Role of Leadership, Membership, Ideology and Gender. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:274-293 Spring 2004.
This article uses the example of the American movement and its by-product - the Weather Underground.


ETA


Periodicals

Alonso, Rogelio. Pathways Out of Terrorism in Northern Ireland and the Basque Country: The Misrepresentation of the Irish Model. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:695-713 Winter 2004.

Blanche, Ed. Is the End in Sight for ETA? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor6-7 November 2004.

Reinares, Fernando. Who are the Terrorists? Analyzing Changes in Sociological Profile among Members of ETA. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:465-488 November-December 2004.

Spain Questions ETA's Commitment. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor10-11 June 2005.
"The main Spanish opposition political party believes ETA is trying to cheat its way into the Basque parliament."

van den Broek, Hanspeter. BORROKA - The Legitimation of Street Violence in the Political Discourse of Radical Basque Nationalists. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:714-736 Winter 2004.


FARC


Books

Schroeder, Matthew. Small Arms, Terrorism and the OAS Firearms Convention. Washington, Federation of American Scientists, March 2004. 51 p. Occasional Paper No. 1)
Book call no.: 341.733 S381s

Periodicals

Between Peace and Justice Economist 376:33-35 July 23,2005.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=17706195

FARC Mines and Improvised Explosive Devices. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:31 July 2005.

FARC on the Offensive in Colombia. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor4-5 April 2005.

McDermott, Jeremy. Colombian Insurgency Escalates as Guerrillas Go Back on Offensive. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:26-31 July 2005.

Murphy, John F. The IIRA and the FARC in Colombia. International Journal of Intelligence & Counter Intelligence 18:76-89 Spring 2005.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=15809317

Politics, Drugs and the Gun. Economist 375:33-35 April 30, 2005.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=16908939


Gerakan Aceh Merdaka (GAM)


Periodicals

What Next for Aceh? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor15-16 February 2005.


Hamas


Periodicals

Hamas' Political Rise. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor4-5 June 2005.
"Hamas' increasing participation in the Palestinian political process has given hope that the movement may be seeking to adopt a more moderate approach."

Simon, Steven and Stevenson, Jonathan. Confronting Hamas. National Interest 74: Winter 2003-2004.

Usher, Graham. The New Hamas. Middle East International 753:26-29 June 23, 2005.


Hizballah


Books

Diaz, Tom and Newman, Barbara. Lightning Out of Lebanon: Hezbollah Terrorists on American Soil.. New York, Ballantine Books, 2005. 250 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 D542L

Shay, Shaul. The Axis of Evil: Iran, Hizballah, and the Palestinian Terror. Piscataway, NJ, Transaction Publishers - Rutgers, 2005. 262 p.
Book call no.: 327.1170955 S526a

Periodicals

Blanford, Nicholas. Hizbullah-Israeli Border Esxchanges Intensify. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:20-22 March 2005.

Mishal, Shaul and Rosenthal, Maoz. Al Qaeda as a Dune Organization: Toward a Typology of Islamic Terrorist Organizations. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:275-293 July-August 2005.
This article provides a topology which concentrates on organizational behavior patterns and provides a framework for a comparative analysis of terrorist movements, which is applied to a study of Al Qaeda, Hizballah, Hamas, and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

Picco, Giandomenico. The Challenges of Strategic Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:11-16 Winter 2005.
"The Al Qaeda type of terrorist is quite different from that of those of the IRA or Hezbollah. The former is seeking a clash of civilizations or at least a clash between the Islamic world and the West or at least between Islam and the US. The latter used and use terrorism to pursue a specific objective and a limited one at that in scope and geography. Terrorism is not a one dimensional phenomenon."

Political Pressure Grows on Hibullah. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 2-3 June 2005.
"The withdrawal of Syrian forces from Lebanon and the effective termination of Damascus' hegemony over its neighbour has presented Lebanese Hizbullah with its gravest challenge since the end of the 1975-1990 civil war."


Irish Republican Army


Books

Crawford, Colin. Inside the UDA: Volunteers and Violence. London, Pluto Press, 2003. 225 p.
Book call no.: 941.60824 C899i

Periodicals

Alonso, Rogelio. Pathways Out of Terrorism in Northern Ireland and the Basque Country: The Misrepresentation of the Irish Model. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:695-713 Winter 2004.

Garfield, Andrew. PIRA Lessons Learned: A Model of Terrorist Leadership Succession. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:271-284 Winter 2002.

Neumann, Peter R. The Imperfect Peace: Explaining Paramilitary Violence in Northern Ireland. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:116-138 Spring 2002.
Examines why paramilitary campaigns in Northern Ireland have continued despite the current peace process.

Picco, Giandomenico. The Challenges of Strategic Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:11-16 Winter 2005.
"The Al Qaeda type of terrorist is quite different from that of those of the IRA or Hezbollah. The former is seeking a clash of civilizations or at least a clash between the Islamic world and the West or at least between Islam and the US. The latter used and use terrorism to pursue a specific objective and a limited one at that in scope and geography. Terrorism is not a one dimensional phenomenon."

Special Issue on Northern Ireland 10 Years After the Cease-Fires. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:3 Autumn 2004.


Jemaah Islamyiah


Periodicals

Abuza, Zachary. Learning by Doing: Al Qaeda's Allies in Southeast Asia. Current History 103:171-177 April 2004.
Reports on the activities of the Al Qaeda and the allies of the terrorist network in Southeast Asia. Suicide bombings by Jemaah Islamiah; Security concerns in Indonesia and the Philippines; Counterterrorism strategy of the U.S.

Kinnane, Derk. Outmaneuvering Terror: Winning Over the Muslim Mind. National Interest 75:93-200 Spring 2004.
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.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=aph&an=12738534

Smith, Anthony L. The Politics of Negotiating the Terrorist Problem in Indonesia. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:33-44 January-February 2005.

Swanstrom, Niklas and Bjornehed, Emma. Conflict Resolution of Terrorists Conflicts in Southeast Asia. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:328-349 Summer 2004.
This article uses Jemaah Islamyiah as the case for analysis.


Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE)


Books

DeVotta, Neil. Blowback: Linguistic Nationalism, Institutional Decay, and Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka. Stanford, CA, Stanford University Press, 2004. 276 p.
Book call no.: 323.15493 D513b

Periodicals

Fang, Bay. Keeping A War on Hold. U.S. News & World Report 138:24-27 January 24,2005.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=15675896

A Glimpse of Peace. Economist 375:41 June 25, 2005.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=17438143

Marks, Thomas A. At the Frontlines of the GWOT: State Response to Terrorism in Sri Lanka Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 10:34-46 Autumn 2004.

Nadarajah, Suthaharan and Sriskandarajah, Dhananjayan. Liberation Struggle or Terrorism? The Politics of Naming the LTTE. Third World Quarterly 26:87 February 2005.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=16188220

Smith, Chris. Tamil Tigers Face Tough Choices in Wake of Tsunami. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:36-39 March 2005.


Geographic Areas


Africa


Periodicals

Bryden, Matt. No Quick Fixes: Coming to Terms with Terrorism, Islam, and Statelessness in Somalia. Journal of Conflict Studies 23:24-56 Fall 2003.

Johnson, R. W. Tracking Terror Through Africa. National Interest 75:161-173 Spring 2004.
Discusses the issue of tracking terrorism through Africa. Information on the suspects arrested by U.S. military units stationed in Kenya for embassy bombings in the U.S. in 1998; Explanation on the advantage consequent upon the decay of Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe's state; Discussion on the relationship between Mugabe and terrorist Qaddafi.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=aph&an=12738544

Kalpakian, Jack. Building the Human Bomb: The Case of the 16 May 2003 Attacks in Casablanca. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:113-127 March-April 2005.

Krause, Volker and Otenyo, Eric E. Terrorism and the Kenyan Public. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:99-112 March-April 2005.

Lyman, Princeton N. and Morrison, J. Stephen. The Terrorist Threat in Africa. Foreign Affairs 83:75-87 January-February 2004.
The terrorist attacks on United States embassies on August 7, 1998 in Tanzania and Kenya and the subsequent attacks on an Israeli-owned hotel in Mombasa, Kenya were all linked to the al-Qaeda Islamic terrorist network.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=11781765

McGregor, Andrew. "Jihad and the Rifle Alone": 'Abdullah 'Azzam and the Islamist Revolution. Journal of Conflict Studies 23:92- Fall 2003.

Rosenau, William. Al Qaida Recruitment Trends in Kenya and Tanzania. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:1-10 January-February 2005.

Shinn, David H. Terrorism in East Africa and the Horn: An Overview. Journal of Conflict Studies 23:79-91 Fall 2003.


Asia


Books

After Bali: The Threat of Terrorism in Southeast Asia, edited by Kumar Ramakrishna and See Seng Tan. Singapore, World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd., 2003. 424 p.
Book call no.: 303.62 A258

Cragin, Kim and Chalk, Peter. Terrorism & Development: Using Social and Economic Development to Inhibit a Resurgence of Terrorism. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2003. 42 p.
Examines the social and economic development policies enacted by three countries: Israel, Philippines and United Kingdom to inhibit a resurgence of terrorism within their jurisdictions.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1630
Book call no.: 363.32 C885t

Dahlby, Tracy. Allah's Torch: A Report from Behind the Scenes in Asia's War on Terror. New York, Harper-Collins, 2005. 307 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 D131a

DeVotta, Neil. Blowback: Linguistic Nationalism, Institutional Decay, and Ethnic Conflict in Sri Lanka. Stanford, CA, Stanford University Press, 2004. 276 p.
Book call no.: 323.15493 D513b

Fair, C. Christine. The Counterterror Coalitions: Cooperation with Pakistan and India. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2004. 128 p.
Book call no.: 327.73054 F163c

Friedman, Norman. Terrorism, Afghanistan, and America's New Way of War. Annapolis, MD, Naval Institute Press, 2003. 327 p.
Book call no.: 958.1046 F911t

Herd, Graeme P. The Causes & Consequences of Strategic Failure in Afghanistan & Iraq. Camberley, UK, Conflict Studies Research Centre, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, August 2004. 27 p.
Book call no.: 327.172 H541c

Kolhmann, Evan. Al-Qaida's Jihad in Europe: The Afghan-Bosnian Network. New York, Berg, 2004. 239 p.
Book call no.: 364.1094 K79a

Terrorism in the Asia-Pacific: Threat and Response, Edited by Rohan Gunaratna. Singapore, Eastern Universities Press, 2003. 258 p.
Book call no.: 303.625095 T328

United States. Congress. House of Representatives. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on Human Rights and Wellness. Decades of Terror: Exploring Human Rights Abuses in Kashmir and the Disputed Territories. Hearing. 108th Congress, 2d session, May 12, 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 121 p.
Also available online at: http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS56438
Book call no.: 323.09546 U58d

Periodicals

Abu Sayyaf Fights Back. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor April 2005.

Abuza, Zachary. Learning by Doing: Al Qaeda's Allies in Southeast Asia. Current History 103:171-177 April 2004.
Reports on the activities of the Al Qaeda and the allies of the terrorist network in Southeast Asia. Suicide bombings by Jemaah Islamiah; Security concerns in Indonesia and the Philippines; Counterterrorism strategy of the U.S.

Anderson, Sean K. US Counterinsurgency vs Iranian-Sponsored Terrorism. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:254-270 Winter 2002.

Brownfeld, A. The Threat From Within Afghanistan. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst 14-16 September 2004.

Chari, Shri P. R. Protecting Human Rights in Times of Conflict: An Indian Perspective. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:217-228 Winter 2005.

Davis, Anthony. No End in Sight for Southern Thailand's Escalating Insurgency. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:14-19 March 2005.

Davis, Anthony. Southern Thai Insurgency Gain Fresh Momentum. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:14-21 August 2004.
Disparate groups appear to have a central command, as evidenced by the increased coordination of attacks.

Fair, C. Christine. Militant Recruitment in Pakistan: Implications for Al Qaeda and Other Organizations. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:489-504 November-December 2004.

Fang, Bay. Keeping A War on Hold. U.S. News & World Report 138:24-27 January 24,2005.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=15675896

A Glimpse of Peace. Economist 375:41 June 25, 2005.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=17438143

Kurlantzick, Joshua. China's Dubious Role in the War on Terror. Current History 102:432-438 December 2003.

Liow, Joseph Chinyong. The Security Situation in Southern Thailand: Toward an Understanding of Domestic and International Dimensions. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:531-548 November-December 2004.

Luft, Gal and Korin, Anne. Terrorism Goes to Sea. Foreign Affairs 83:61-72 November-December 2004.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=aph&an=14815890

Marks, Thomas A. At the Frontlines of the GWOT: State Response to Terrorism in Sri Lanka Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 10:34-46 Autumn 2004.

Momani, Bessma. The IMF, the U.S. War on Terrorism and Pakistan. Asian Affairs An American Review 31:41-50 Spring 2004.

Nadarajah, Suthaharan and Sriskandarajah, Dhananjayan. Liberation Struggle or Terrorism? The Politics of Naming the LTTE. Third World Quarterly 26:87 February 2005.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=16188220

Ridley, N. Terrorist Financing in Indonesia. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 11-12 January 2005.

Rogers, Steven. Beyond the Abu Sayyaf. Foreign Affairs 83:15-21 January-February 2004.
The problem of Islamic extremism in the Philippines is complex and cannot be addressed in simplistic terms through the war on terrorism by the United States.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=11781722

Serajul Islam, Syed. The Insurgency Movement in the Chittagong Hill Tract of Bangladesh: Internal and External Dimensions. Journal of Third World Studies 20:137-161 Fall 2003.
Discusses the desire of the tribes people of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) region to gain autonomy from Bangladesh. Information on separatist movements; History of the CHT region; Actions taken by the CHT to achieve independence; Efforts of the Bangladesh government to subdue the insurgency movements.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=11742818

Smith, Anthony L. The Politics of Negotiating the Terrorist Problem in Indonesia. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:33-44 January-February 2005.

Smith, Chris. Tamil Tigers Face Tough Choices in Wake of Tsunami. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:36-39 March 2005.

Swanstrom, Niklas and Bjornehed, Emma. Conflict Resolution of Terrorists Conflicts in Southeast Asia. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:328-349 Summer 2004.
This article uses Jemaah Islamyiah as the case for analysis.

War on Terrorism Proves Divisive in Pakistan. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 1-5 March 2005.

Weitz, Richard. Storm Clouds over Central Asia: Revival of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU)? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:505-530 November-December 2004.

What Next for Aceh? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 15-16 February 2005.


Europe


Books

Combating Terrorism at Sea. Brussels, Belgium, NATO Public Diplomacy Division, 2004. 6 p.
"NATO ships have been patrolling in the Eastern Mediterranean monitoring shipping to detect and deter terrorist activity since October 2001 as part of the Alliance's response to the terrorist attacks of 11 September of that year."
Also available online at: http://www.nato.int/docu/briefing/terrorism%5Fat%5Fsea/html%5Fen/terrorism%5Fsea01.html
Book call no.: 355.031091821 C729

Cragin, Kim and Chalk, Peter. Terrorism & Development: Using Social and Economic Development to Inhibit a Resurgence of Terrorism. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2003. 42 p.
Examines the social and economic development policies enacted by three countries: Israel, Philippines and United Kingdom to inhibit a resurgence of terrorism within their jurisdictions.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1630
Book call no.: 363.32 C885t

Crawford, Colin. Inside the UDA: Volunteers and Violence. London, Pluto Press, 2003. 225 p.
Book call no.: 941.60824 C899i

Engene, Jan Oskar. Terrorism in Western Europe: Explaining the Trends Since 1950. Northampton, MA, Edwar Elgar, 2004. 200 p.
Book call no.: 303.625094 E57t

Kohlmann, Evan F. Al-Qaida's Jihad in Europe: The Afghan-Bosnian Network. New York, Berg, 2004. 239 p.
Book call no.: 364.1094 K79a

Kolhmann, Evan. Al-Qaida's Jihad in Europe: The Afghan-Bosnian Network. New York, Berg, 2004. 239 p.
Book call no.: 364.1094 K79a

Muller, Harald. Terrorism, Proliferation: A European Threat Assessment. Paris, European Union Institute for Security Studies, 2003. 100 p.
Also available online at: http://www.iss-eu.org/chaillot/chai58e.pdf
Book call no.: 355.03304 M946t

Nassar, Jamal R. Globalization & Terrorism: The Migration of Dreams and Nightmares. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2005. 143 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 N265g

NATO and European Security: Alliance Politics from the End of the Cold War to the Age of Terrorism, edited by Alexander Moena. Westport, CN, Praeger, 2003. 186 p.
Book call no.: 355.031 N2796

Quick Scan of Post 9/11 National Counter-Terrorism Policymaking and Implementation in Selected European Countries: Research Project for the Netherlands Ministry of Justice. Santa Monica, CA, Rand Europe, 2002. 139 p.
The goal of the research is to improve coordination of counterterrorism among European Union member states.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1590/MR1590.pdf
Book call no.: 363.32 Q6

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on European Affairs. Challenges and Accomplishments as the European Union and the United States Promote Trade and Tourism in A Terrorism Environment. Hearing, 108th Congress, 2nd session, May 13, 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 39 p.
Book call no.: 354.73 U58c

Periodicals

Alonso, Rogelio. Pathways Out of Terrorism in Northern Ireland and the Basque Country: The Misrepresentation of the Irish Model. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:695-713 Winter 2004.

Alonso, Rogelio and Reinares, Fernando. Terrorism, Human Rights and Law Enforcement in Spain. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:265-278 Winter 2005.

Bamford, Bradley W. C. The United Kingdom's "War Against Terrorism." Terrorism and Political Violence 16:737-756 Winter 2004.

Blanche, Ed. Ansar al-Islam Bolsters European Network. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:18-21 October 2004.
Ansar al-Islam has evolved from its foundations in northern Iraq to establish a core group of insurgents in Iraq and terrorist cells in Europe.

Blanche, Ed. Is the End in Sight for ETA? Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 6-7 November 2004.

Garfield, Andrew. PIRA Lessons Learned: A Model of Terrorist Leadership Succession. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:271-284 Winter 2002.

Gregory, Frank. The EU's Response to 9-11: A Case Study of Institutional Roles and Policy Processes with Special Reference to Issues of Accountability amd Human Rights. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:105-123 Winter 2005.

Innes, Michael A. Terrorist Sanctuaries and Bosnia-Herzegovina: Challenging Conventional Assumptions. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:295-305 July-August 2005.

Jasparro, Christopher. Madrid Attacks Point to Sustained Al-Qaeda Direction. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:30-33 August 2004.
Article examines the relationships between the local planners and operatives in the Madrid bombings and al-Qaida.

Jihadist Terrorism in Western Europe. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 12-14 June 2005.
"Islamist militant networks operating in Western Europe vary in the strength of their affiliations with the inner circle of the Al-Qaeda organisation."

Lia, Brynjar and Hegghammer, Thomas. Jihadi Strategic Studies: The Alleged Al Qaida Policy Study Preceding the Madrid Bombings. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:355-375 September-October 2004.

Michaelsen, Christopher. Derogating from International Human Rights Obligations in the 'War Against Terrorism'? - A British-Australian Perspective. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:131-155 Winter 2005.

Neumann, Peter R. The Imperfect Peace: Explaining Paramilitary Violence in Northern Ireland. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:116-138 Spring 2002.
Examines why paramilitary campaigns in Northern Ireland have continued despite the current peace process.

Reinares, Fernando. Who are the Terrorists? Analyzing Changes in Sociological Profile Among Members of ETA. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:465-488 November-December 2004.

Sinai, Joshua. Terrorism and Germany: The Threat and the Response. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:28-33 Winter 2005.

Spain Questions ETA's Commitment. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 10-11 June 2005.
"The main Spanish opposition political party believes ETA is trying to cheat its way into the Basque parliament."

Special Issue on Northern Ireland 10 Years After the Cease-Fires. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:3 Autumn 2004.

Tudor, Radu. Romania Creates New Counterterrorism Unit. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:18-21 January 2005.

van den Broek, Hanspeter. BORROKA - The Legitimation of Street Violence in the Political Discourse of Radical Basque Nationalists. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:714-736 Winter 2004.

Walker, Clive. Biological Attack, Terrorism and the Law. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:175-200 Winter 2005.


Latin & South America


Books

Gareau, Frederick H. State Terrorism and the United States: From Counterinsurgency to the War on Terrorism. Atlanta, GA, Clarity Press, 2004. 254 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 G229s

Schroeder, Matthew. Small Arms, Terrorism and the OAS Firearms Convention. Washington, Federation of American Scientists, March 2004. 51 p. Occasional Paper No.1
Book call no.: 341.733 S381s

Stokes, Doug. America's Other War: Terrorizing Colombia. New York, Zed Books, 2005. 147 p.
Book call no.: 327.730861 S874a

Periodicals

Between Peace and Justice Economist 376:33-35 July 23,2005.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=17706195

FARC Mines and Improvised Explosive Devices. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:31 July 2005.

FARC on the Offensive in Colombia. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 4-5 April 2005.

Franco, George H. Battling Narcoterrorism: The Peruvian Experience in the Ucayali. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:505-516 Summer 2004.

McDermott, Jeremy. Colombian Insurgency Escalates as Guerrillas Go Back on Offensive. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:26-31 July 2005.

Murphy, John F. The IRA and the FARC in Colombia. International Journal of Intelligence & Counter Intelligence 18:76-89 Spring 2005.
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Politics, Drugs and the Gun. Economist 375:33-35 April 30, 2005.
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Middle East


Books

Bozarslan, Hamit. Violence in the Middle East: From Political Struggle to Self-Sacrifice. Princeton, NJ, Markus Wiener Publishers, 2004. 161 p.
Book call no.: 303.62 B793v

Bunker, Robert J. and Sullivan, John P. Suicide Bombings in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Arlington, VA, Institute for Land Warfare, Association of the United States Army, 2004. 22 p.
Also available online at: http://www.ausa.org/PDFdocs//LWP%5F46Bunker.pdf
Book call no.: 355.42 b942s

Cragin, Kim and Chalk, Peter. Terrorism & Development: Using Social and Economic Development to Inhibit a Resurgence of Terrorism. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2003. 42 p.
Examines the social and economic development policies enacted by three countries: Israel, Philippines and United Kingdom to inhibit a resurgence of terrorism within their jurisdictions.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1630
Book call no.: 363.32 C885t

Diaz, Tom and Newman, Barbara. Lightning Out of Lebanon: Hezbollah Terrorists on American Soil.. New York, Ballantine Books, 2005. 250 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 D542L

Gold, Dore. Hatred's Kingdom: How Saudi Arabia Supports the New Global Terrorism. Washington, Regnery Publishing, Inc, 2003. 309 p.
Book call no.: 297.8 G618h

Herd, Graeme P. The Causes & Consequences of Strategic Failure in Afghanistan & Iraq. Camberley, UK, Conflict Studies Research Centre, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, August 2004. 27 p.
Book call no.: 327.172 H541c

Nassar, Jamal R. Globalization & Terrorism: The Migration of Dreams and Nightmares. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishes, Inc, 2005. 143 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 N265g

Oliver, Anne Marie and Steinberg, Paul. The Road to Martyrs' Square: A Journey into the World of the Suicide Bomber. New York, Oxford University Press, Inc, 2005. 214 p.
Book call no.: 956.94054 O48r

Shay, Shaul. The Axis of Evil: Iran, Hizballah, and the Palestinian Terror. Piscataway, NJ, Transaction Publishers - Rutgers, 2005. 262 p.
Book call no.: 327.1170955 S526a

Shay, Shaul. The Red Sea Terror Triangle: Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, and Islamic Terror, translated by Rachel Liberman. Transaction Publishers, Rutgers The State University, Piscataway, NJ, 2005. 223 p.
Book call no.: 303.6250953 S526r

Periodicals

Abrahms, Max. Are Terrorists Really Rational? The Palestinian Example. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:533-549 Summer 2004.

Blanche, Ed. Ansar al-Islam Bolsters European Network. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:18-21 October 2004.
Ansar al-Islam has evolved from its foundations in northern Iraq to establish a core group of insurgents in Iraq and terrorist cells in Europe.

Blanford, Nicholas. Hizbullah-Israeli Border Exchanges Intensify. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:20-22 March 2005.

Burdman, Daphne. A Continuing Debate: The Need to Convince: The Question of Current Relevance. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:350-358 Spring 2004.

Catignani, Sergio. The Security Imperative in Counterterror Operations: The Israeli Fight Against Suicidal Terror. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:245-264 Winter 2005.

Cohen, Hillel and Dudai, Ron. Human Rights Dilemmas in Using Informers to Combat Terrorism: The Israeli-Palestinian Case. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:229-243 Winter 2005.

Dolnik, Adam. Critical Commentary on "Who are the Palestinian Suicide Bombers?" Terrorism and Political Violence 16:845-848 Winter 2004.

Fox, M. J. A Continuing Debate: Burdman's Indoctrinated Palestinian Children: The Need to Convince. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:359-364 Summer 2004.

Hamas' Political Rise. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 4-5 June 2005.
"Hamas' increasing participation in the Palestinian political process has given hope that the movement may be seeking to adopt a more moderate approach."

Israel Fears Temple Mount Attack. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 7-10 March 2005.

Kimhi, Shaul and Even, Shemuel. Who Are the Palestinian Suicide Bombers? Terrorism and Political Violence 16:815-840 Winter 2004.

Knights, M. Saudi Arabia's Amateur Terrorists. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 13-14 January 2005.

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

Luft, Gal and Korin, Anne. Terrorism Goes to Sea. Foreign Affairs 83:61-72 November-December 2004.
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Morag, Nadav. Measuring Success in Coping with Terrorism: The Israeli Case. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:307-320 July-August 2005.
"This article examines the degree of efficacy of Israel's antiterror policies and ability to cope with terrorism..."

Oppenheimer, A. Al-Zarqawi, Al-Qaeda and WMD. Jane's Terrorism& Security Monitor 5-7 October 2004.

Political Pressure Grows on Hibullah. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 2-3 June 2005.
"The withdrawal of Syrian forces from Lebanon and the effective termination of Damascus' hegemony over its neighbour has presented Lebanese Hizbullah with its gravest challenge since the end of the 1975-1990 civil war."

The Qatar Bombing - Who's Next? Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst1-3 April ;2005.

Schanzer, Jonathan. Yemen's War on Terror. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:517-531 Summer 2004.

Simon, Steven and Stevenson, Jonathan. Confronting Hamas. National Interest 74: Winter 2003-2004.

Ulph, Stephen. Saudis Host Counterterrorism Conference. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst1-3 March 2005.

Usher, Graham. The New Hamas. Middle East International 753:26-29 June 23, 2005.
ae Geographic Areas Pacific, South Periodicals

Michaelsen, Christopher. Antiterrorism Legislation in Australia: A Proportionate Response to the Terrorist Threat? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 2:321-339 July-August 2005.

Michaelsen, Christopher. Derogating from International Human Rights Obligations in the 'War Against Terrorism'? - A British-Australian Perspective. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:131-155 Winter 2005.


Russia


Books

Blandy, C. W. North Caucasus: Escalation of Terrorism into Ingushetia. Camberley, UK, Conflict Studies Research Centre, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, June 2004. 3 p.
Book call no.: 303.625094752 B642n

Periodicals

Daly, J. C. K. Terrorism in Uzbekistan. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst 11-14 September 2004.

Daly, J. C. K. Uzbekistan Fights Terrorist Threat. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 14-16 October 2004.

Galeotti, Mark. Beslan Shows Growing Islamist Influence in Chechen War. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:12-17 October 2004.
The seizure of a school in the Southern Russian town of Beslan is the latest in a line of terrorist atrocities perpetrated by an increasingly influential Islamist strand within the Chechen rebel movement.

Galeotti, Mark. 'Brotherhoods' and 'Associates': Chechen Networks of Crime and Resistance. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:340-352 Winter 2002.

Kennedy-Pipe, Caroline and Welch, Stephen. Russia and the United States After 9-11. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:279-291 Winter 2005.

Kramer, Mark. The Perils of Counterinsurgency: Russia's War in Chechnya. International Security 29:5-63 Winter 2004.

Speckhard, Anne. Research Note: Observations of Suicidal Terrorists in Action. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:305-327 Summer 2004.
This article reports on hostages' observations, interactions and conversations with the 40 suicidal terrorists who held over 800 theatergoers hostage in the Moscow Dubrovka House of Culture in October 2002.


United States


Books

Davis, Jayna. The Third Terrorist: The Middle East Connection to the Oklahoma City Bombing. Nashville, TN, WND Books, 2004. 255 p.
Book call no.: 976.6 D262t

Diaz, Tom and Newman, Barbara. Lightning Out of Lebanon: Hezbollah Terrorists on American Soil.. New York, Ballantine Books, 2005. 250 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 D542L

Heymann, Philip B. and Kayyem, Juliette N. Long-Term Legal Strategy Project for Preserving Security and Democratic Freedoms in the War on Terrorism. Cambridge, MA, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 2004. 187 p.
Sponsored by the National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism (MIPT).
Book call no.: 345.7302 H618L

Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear and the Selling of American Empire, edited by Sut Jhally and Jeremy Earp. Foreword by Howard Zinn. Northampton, MA, Olive Branch Press, 2004. 295 p.
Book call no.: 327.7300905 H639

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

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

Levitas, Daniel. The Terrorist Next Door: The Militia Movement and the Radical Right. New York, Thomas Dunne Books-St. Martin's Press, 2002. 520 p.
Reveals the man behind far-right groups like the Posse Comitatus and the ideas that inspire their attempts to bring about a racist revolution in the U.S.
Book call no.: 322.420973 L666t

Mamdani, Mahmood. Good Muslim, Bad Muslim: America, The Cold War, and the Roots of Terror. New York, Pantheon Books, 2004. 304 p.
Book call no.: 320.557 M263g

The Maze of Fear: Security and Migration After 9-11, edited by John Tirman. New York, The New Press, 2004. 322 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 M476

Mulloy, D. J. American Extremism: History, Politics and the Militia Movement. New York, Routledge, 2004. 230 p.
Book call no.: 322.420973 M959a

Varon, Jeremy. Bringing the War Home: The Weather Underground, the Red Army Faction, and Revolutionary Violence in the Sixties and Seventies. Berkeley, CA, University of California Press, 1993. 394 p.
Book call no.: 322.42 V323b

Periodicals

Black, Jeremy. The American Encounter with Islam: The Western Encounter with Islam. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:19-28 Winter 2004.

Dorr, Robert F. Terrorism and Space on Washington's Mind. Aerospace America 42:6-7 September 2004.

Kennedy-Pipe, Caroline and Welch, Stephen. Russia and the United States After 9-11. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:279-291 Winter 2005.

Peters, Edward. The American Encounter with Islam: The Firanj are Coming - Again. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:3-17 Winter 2004.

Smith, Paul J. USA Adopts Financial Legislation for Counterterrorism. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:34-36 August 2004.


Methods


Financing Terror


Books

Alexander, Dean C. Business Confronts Terrorism: Risks and Responses. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin Press, 2004. 237 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 A375b

King, Gilbert. The Most Dangerous Man in the World: Dawood Ibrahim. New York, Chamberlain Bros., 2004. 120 p.
Book call no.: 92 I142K

Periodicals

Basile, Mark. Going to the Source: Why Al Qaeda's Financial Network is Likely to Withstand the Current War on Terrorist Financing. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:169-185 May-June 2004.

Brownfeld, A. The Threat From Within Afghanistan. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst 14-16 September 2004.

Franco, George H. Battling Narcoterrorism: The Peruvian Experience in the Ucayali. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:505-516 Summer 2004.

Leesburger, Marian. Tentacles of Terrorism: Ties Between Terrorist Groups and Organized Crime. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:24-27 Summer 2005.

Momani, Bessma. The IMF, the U.S. War on Terrorism and Pakistan. Asian Affairs An American Review 31:41-50 Spring 2004.

Rammell, Bill. The Financial War Against Terrorism: The Contribution of Islamic Banking: Based on the Keynote Address to RUSI's 'Financial War on Terrorism' Conference. RUSI Journal 148:72-74 June 2003.

Ridley, N. Terrorist Financing in Indonesia. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 11-12 January 2005.

Schmid, Alex P. Framewoks for Conceptualising Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:197-221 Summer 2004.
In this article five contexts of terror are analyzed: 1) terrorism as/and crime; 2) terrorism as/and politics; 3) terrorism as/and warfare; 4) terrorism as/and communication; and 5) terrorism as/and religious fundamentalism.


Insurgency


Periodicals

Daly, J. C. K. Uzbekistan Fights Terrorist Threat. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 14-16 October 2004.

Davis, Anthony. No End in Sight for Southern Thailand's Escalating Insurgency. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:14-19 March 2005.

Galeotti, Mark. 'Brotherhoods' and 'Associates': Chechen Networks of Crime and Resistance. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:340-352 Winter 2002.

Kramer, Mark. The Perils of Counterinsurgency: Russia's War in Chechnya. International Security 29:5-63 Winter 2004.

Marks, Thomas A. Insurgency in a Time of Terrorism. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:46-53 Summer 2005.

Serajul Islam, Syed. The Insurgency Movement in the Chittagong Hill Tract of Bangladesh: Internal and External Dimensions. Journal of Third World Studies 20:137-161 Fall 2003.
Discusses the desire of the tribespeople of the Chittagong Hill Tracts (CHT) region to gain autonomy from Bangladesh. Information on separatist movements; History of the CHT region; Actions taken by the CHT to achieve independence; Efforts of the Bangladesh government to subdue the insurgency movements.
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Piracy


 Periodicals

Davis, Paul. The Spy is an Eye: The Naval Criminal Investigative Service is Guarding Against Terrorist Spies. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:12-15 Winter 2005.

Koknar, Ali M. Corsairs at Starboard: Jihad at Sea. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:36-41 Winter 2005.

Luft, Gal and Korin, Anne. Terrorism Goes to Sea. Foreign Affairs 83:61-72 November-December 2004.
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Religious Terrorism


Audio

Benjamin, Daniel and Simon, Steven. The Age of Sacred Terror. Santa Ana, CA, Books on Tape, Inc., 2002. 14 Compact discs (16 hours).
Unabridged
Book call no.: Audio 303.6250882971 B468ab

Books

Aaboul-Enein, Youssef H. Ayman Al-Zawahiri the Ideologue of Modern Islamic Militancy. Maxwell AFB, AL, Air University, USAF Counterproliferation Center, March 2004. 20 p. (Counterproliferation Papers Future Warfare Series No. 21)
Book call no.: 320.550917671 A155a

Dahlby, Tracy. Allah's Torch: A Report from Behind the Scenes in Asia's War on Terror. New York, Harper-Collins, 2005. 307 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 D131a

Gold, Dore. Hatred's Kingdom: How Saudi Arabia Supports the New Global Terrorism. Washington, Regnery Publishing, Inc, 2003. 309 p.
Book call no.: 297.8 G618h

Harris, Sam. The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 2004. 336 p.
Book call no.: 200 H316e

Mamdani, Mahmood. Good Muslim, Bad Muslim: America, The Cold War, and the Roots of Terror. New York, Pantheon Books, 2004. 304 p.
Book call no.: 320.557 M263g

Pipes, Daniel. Miniatures: Views of Islamic and Middle Eastern Politics. Piscataway NJ, Transaction Publishers, 2004. 278 p.
Book call no.: 909.097671 P665m

Shay, Shaul. The Axis of Evil: Iran, Hizballah, and the Palestinian Terror. Piscataway, NJ, Transaction Publishers - Rutgers, 2005. 262 p.
Book call no.: 327.1170955 S526a

Shay, Shaul. The Red Sea Terror Triangle: Sudan, Somalia, Yemen, and Islamic Terror, translated by Rachel Liberman. Transaction Publishers, Rutgers The State University, Piscataway, NJ, 2005. 223 p.
Book call no.: 303.6250953 S526r

Shay, Shaul. The Shahids: Islam and Suicide Attacks, With a Foreword by Aharon Ze'evi Farkash. Translated by Rachel Lieberman. New Brunswick, NJ, Transaction Publishers, 2004. 246 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 S526s

Terror and Suicide Attacks: An Islamic Perspective, edited by Ergun Capan. Somerset, NJ, The Light, Inc., 2004. 155 p.
Book call no.: 297.27 I82

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.

Black, Jeremy. The American Encounter with Islam: The Western Encounter with Islam. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:19-28 Winter 2004.

Blanche, Ed. Ansar al-Islam Bolsters European Network. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:18-21 October 2004.
Ansar al-Islam has evolved from its foundations in northern Iraq to establish a core group of insurgents in Iraq and terrorist cells in Europe.

Blanche, Ed. New Islamist Terrorist Leaders Replace Those Killed and Captured. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:37-39 August 2004.
Article reports that in spite of the many Islamist leaders captured or killed, a new generation of leaders is appearing.

Bryden, Matt. No Quick Fixes: Coming to Terms with Terrorism, Islam, and Statelessness in Somalia. Journal of Conflict Studies 23:24-56 Fall 2003.

Daly, J. C. K. Terrorism in Uzbekistan. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst 11-14 September 2004.

Davis, Anthony. Southern Thai Insurgency Gain Fresh Momentum. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:14-21 August 2004.
Disparate groups appear to have a central command, as evidenced by the increased coordination of attacks.

Everly, George S. and Castellano, Cherie. Psychological Counterterrorism: Incident Command of the Mind: Know the Enemy as You Know Yourself. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:8-11 Winter 2005.

Galeotti, Mark. Beslan Shows Growing Islamist Influence in Chechen War. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:12-17 October 2004.
The seizure of a school in the Southern Russian town of Beslan is the latest in a line of terrorist atrocities perpetrated by an increasingly influential Islamist strand within the Chechen rebel movement.

Jihadist Terrorism in Western Europe. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 12-14 June 2005.
"Islamist militant networks operating in Western Europe vary in the strength of their affiliations with the inner circle of the Al-Qaeda organisation."

Kinnane, Derk. Outmaneuvering Terror: Winning Over the Muslim Mind. National Interest 75:93-200 Spring 2004.
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.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=aph&an=12738534

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

Liow, Joseph Chinyong. The Security Situation in Southern Thailand: Toward an Understanding of Domestic and International Dimensions. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:531-548 November-December 2004.

Lyman, Princeton N. and Morrison, J. Stephen. The Terrorist Threat in Africa. Foreign Affairs 83:75-87 January-February 2004.
The terrorist attacks on United States embassies on August 7, 1998 in Tanzania and Kenya and the subsequent attacks on an Israeli-owned hotel in Mombasa, Kenya were all linked to the al-Qaeda Islamic terrorist network.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=11781765

Mayer, Jean-Francois. Cults, Violence and Religious Terrorism: An International Perspective. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 24:361-376 September-October 2001.

McGregor, Andrew. "Jihad and the Rifle Alone": 'Abdullah'Azzam and the Islamist Revolution. Journal of Conflict Studies 23:92- Fall 2003.

Mishal, Shaul and Rosenthal, Maoz. Al Qaeda as a Dune Organization: Toward a Typology of Islamic Terrorist Organizations. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:275-293 July-August 2005.
This article provides a topology which concentrates on organizational behavior patterns and provides a framework for a comparative analysis of terrorist movements, which is applied to a study of Al Qaeda, Hizballah, Hamas, and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

Otis, Pauletta. The Nature of Religious Terrorism. Defense Intelligence Journal 11:27-37 Winter 2002.

Peters, Edward. The American Encounter with Islam: The Firanj are Coming - Again. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:3-17 Winter 2004.

Picco, Giandomenico. The Challenges of Strategic Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:11-16 Winter 2005.
"The Al Qaeda type of terrorist is quite different from that of those of the IRA or Hezbollah. The former is seeking a clash of civilizations or at least a clash between the Islamic world and the West or at least between Islam and the US. The latter used and use terrorism to pursue a specific objective and a limited one at that in scope and geography. Terrorism is not a one dimensional phenomenon."

Schbley, Ayla. Religious Terrorism, the Media, and International Islamization Terrorism: Justifying the Unjustifiable. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:207-233 May-June 2004.

Schmid, Alex P. Framewoks for Conceptualising Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:197-221 Summer 2004.
In this article five contexts of terror are analyzed: 1) terrorism as/and crime; 2) terrorism as/and politics; 3) terrorism as/and warfare; 4) terrorism as/and communication; and 5) terrorism as/and religious fundamentalism.

Sedgwick, Mark. Al-Qaeda and the Nature of Religious Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:795-814 Winter 2004.

Sinai, Joshua. Terrorism and Germany: The Threat and the Response. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:28-33 Winter 2005.

Testas, Abdelaziz. Determinants of Terrorism in the Muslim World: An Empirical Cross-Sectional Analysis. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:252-273 Summer 2004.

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

War on Terrorism Proves Divisive in Pakistan. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 1-5 March 2005.

Weitz, Richard. Storm Clouds over Central Asia: Revival of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU)? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:505-530 November-December 2004.

Zimmerman, John C. Sayyid Qutb's Influence on the 11 September Attacks. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:222-252 Summer 2004.
Sayyid Qutb is widely acknowledged as the intellectual godfather for the various modern radical Islamic movements. This article illustrates Qutb's influence on radical Islamic groups.


State Supported Terrorism


Books

Gareau, Frederick H. State Terrorism and the United States: From Counterinsurgency to the War on Terrorism. Atlanta, GA, Clarity Press, 2004. 254 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 G229s

Gertz, Bill. Treachery: How America's Friends and Foes are Secretly Arming our Enemies. New York, Crown Forum, 2004. 280 p.
Book call no.: 355.033073 G384t

Gold, Dore. Hatred's Kingdom: How Saudi Arabia Supports the New Global Terrorism. Washington, Regnery Publishing, Inc, 2003. 309 p.
Book call no.: 297.8 G618h

Levitt, Matthew. Targeting Terror: U.S. Policy Toward Middle Eastern State Sponsors and Terrorist Organizations, Post-September 11. Washington, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 2002. 141 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 L666t

Schroeder, Matthew. Small Arms, Terrorism and the OAS Firearms Convention. Washington, Federation of American Scientists, March 2004. 51 p. Occasional Paper No.1
Book call no.: 341.733 S381s

Periodicals

Anderson, Sean K. US Counterinsurgency vs Iranian-Sponsored Terrorism. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:254-270 Winter 2002.

Sullivan, John P. Terrorism, Crime and Private Armies. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:239-253 Winter 2002.


Suicide Bombing


Books

Bozarslan, Hamit. Violence in the Middle East: From Political Struggle to Self-Sacrifice. Princeton, NJ, Markus Wiener Publishers, 2004. 161 p.
Book call no.: 303.62 B793v

Bunker, Robert J. and Sullivan, John P. Suicide bombings in Operation Iraqi Freedom. Arlington, VA, Institute for Land Warfare, Association of the United States Army, 2004. 22 p.
Also available online at: http://www.ausa.org/PDFdocs//LWP%5F46Bunker.pdf
Book call no.: 355.42 b942s

Evans, Glen and Farberow, Norman L. Encyclopedia of Suicide. New York, Facts on File, 2003. 329 p.
Book call no.: R 362.2803 E92e 2003

Oliver, Anne Marie and Steinberg, Paul. The Road to Martyrs' Square: A Journey into the World of the Suicide Bomber. New York, Oxford University Press, Inc, 2005. 214 p.
Book call no.: 956.94054 O48r

Shay, Shaul. The Shahids: Islam and Suicide Attacks, With a Foreword by Aharon Ze'evi Farkash. Translated by Rachel Lieberman. New Brunswick, NJ, Transaction Publishers, 2004. 246 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 S526s

Terror and Suicide Attacks: An Islamic Perspective, edited by Ergun Capan. Somerset, NJ, The Light, Inc., 2004. 155 p.
Book call no.: 297.27 I82

Zedalis, Debra D. Female Suicide Bombers. Carlisle, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, June 2004. 18 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 Z43f

Periodicals

Abrahms, Max. Are Terrorists Really Rational? The Palestinian Example. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:533-549 Summer 2004.

Abuza, Zachary. Learning by Doing: Al Qaeda's Allies in Southeast Asia. Current History 103:171-177 April 2004.
Reports on the activities of the Al Qaeda and the allies of the terrorist network in Southeast Asia. Suicide bombings by Jemaah Islamiah; Security concerns in Indonesia and the Philippines; Counterterrorism strategy of the U.S.

Burdman, Daphne. A Continuing Debate: The Need to Convince: The Question of Current Relevance. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:350-358 Spring 2004.

Catignani, Sergio. The Security Imperative in Counterterror Operations: The Israeli Fight Against Suicidal Terror. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:245-264 Winter 2005.

Dolnik, Adam. Critical Commentary on "Who are the Palestinian Suicide Bombers?" Terrorism and Political Violence 16:845-848 Winter 2004.

Dolnik, Adam. Die and Let Die: Exploring Links Between Suicide Terrorism and Terrorist Use of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Weapons. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 26:17-35 January-February 2003.

Fox, M. J. A Continuing Debate: Burdman's Indoctrinated Palestinian Children: The Need to Convince. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:359-364 Summer 2004.

Kalpakian, Jack. Building the Human Bomb: The Case of the 16 May 2003 Attacks in Casablanca. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:113-127 March-April 2005.

Kimhi, Shaul and Even, Shemuel. Who Are the Palestinian Suicide Bombers? Terrorism and Political Violence 16:815-840 Winter 2004.

Pedahzur, Ami. Toward an Analytical Model of Suicide Terrorism - A Comment. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:841-844 Winter 2004.

The Qatar Bombing - Who's Next? Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst 1-3 April ;2005.

Speckhard, Anne. Research Note: Observations of Suicidal Terrorists in Action. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:305-327 Summer 2004.
This article reports on hostages' observations, interactions and conversations with the 40 suicidal terrorists who held over 800 theatergoers hostage in the Moscow Dubrovka House of Culture in October 2002.


Terror and Crime


Periodicals

Galeotti, Mark. 'Brotherhoods' and 'Associates': Chechen Networks of Crime and Resistance. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:340-352 Winter 2002.

Leesburger, Marian. Tentacles of Terrorism: Ties Between Terrorist Groups and Organized Crime. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:24-27 Summer 2005.

Makarenko, Tamara. A Model of Terrorist-Criminal Relations. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:6-11 August 2003.

Schmid, Alex P. Framewoks for Conceptualising Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:197-221 Summer 2004.
In this article five contexts of terror are analyzed: 1) terrorism as/and crime; 2) terrorism as/and politics; 3) terrorism as/and warfare; 4) terrorism as/and communication; and 5) terrorism as/and religious fundamentalism.


Terror and Technology


Books

Janczewski, Lech J. and Colarik, Andrew M. Managerial Guide for Handling Cyber-Terrorism and Information Warfare. Hershey, PA, Idea Group Publishing, 2005. 229 p.
Book call no.: 658.478 J33m

Technology and Terrorism, Edited by David Clarke. New Brunswick, NJ, Transaction Publishers, 2004. 244 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 T255

Periodicals

Giacomello, Giampiero. Bangs for the Buck: A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Cyberterrorism. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:387-408 September-October 2004.

Sullivan, John P. Terrorism, Crime and Private Armies. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:239-253 Winter 2002.

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

Weimann, Gabriel. Cyberterrorism: The Sum of All Fears? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:129-149 March-April 2005.

Video

Modern Marvels: Terror Tech, Military. New York, A & E Home Video, 2003. 1 videocassette (50 min).
AUL Video 363.320973 T3284


Weapons of Mass Destruction


Books

Bioterrorism: Mathematical Modeling Applications in Homeland Security, edited by H. T. Banks and Carlos Castillo-Chavez. Philadelphia, PA, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 2003. 240 p.
Book call no.: 363.3497 B616

Daly, Sara. Aum Shinrikyo, Al Qaeda, and the Kinshasa Reactor: Implications of Three Case Studies for Combating Nuclear Terrorism. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2005. 75 p.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/pubs/documented_briefings/2005/RAND_DB458.pdf
Book call no.: 363.32 D153a

The War Next Time: Countering Rogue States and Terrorists Armed with Chemical and Biological Weapons, Edited by Barry R. Schneider and Jim A. Davis. Maxwell AFB, AL, USAF Counterproliferation Center, April 2004. 267 p.
Book call no.: 358.3 W253 2004

Weinberg, Steven. Glory and Terror: The Growing Nuclear Danger, Preface by Anthony Lewis. New York, New York Review Books, 2004. 71 p.
Book call no.: 355.8251190973 W423g

Periodicals

Allison, Graham. How to Stop Nuclear Terror. Foreign Affairs 83:64-75 January-February 2004.
United States President George W. Bush has singled out terrorist nuclear attacks on the U.S. as the defining threat the nation will face in the foreseeable future. In addressing this specter, he has asserted that the country's highest priority is to keep terrorists from acquiring weapons of mass destruction.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=11781757

Bennett, Debra. Terrorists and Unconventional Weapons: Is the Threat Real? Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 12:20-50 Spring 2004.

Castillo, Jasen J. Nuclear Terrorism: Why Deterrence Still Matters. Current History 102:426-431 December 2003.

Dolnik, Adam. Die and Let Die: Exploring Links Between Suicide Terrorism and Terrorist Use of Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Weapons. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 26:17-35 January-February 2003.

The Emerging Nuclear Threat. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 1-5 January2005.

Oppenheimer, A. Al-Zarqawi, Al-Qaeda and WMD. Jane's Terrorism& Security Monitor 5-7 October 2004.

Walker, Clive. Biological Attack, Terrorism and the Law. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:175-200 Winter 2005.


Women & Children Soldiers


Books

Zedalis, Debra D. Female Suicide Bombers. Carlisle, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, June 2004. 18 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 Z43f

Periodicals

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

Fox, M. J. A Continuing Debate: Burdman's Indoctrinated Palestinian Children: The Need to Convince. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:359-364 Summer 2004.

Silke, Andrew. Children, Terrorism and Counterterrorism: Lessons in Policy and Practice. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:201-2005 Winter 2005.

Singer, P. W. Western Militaries Confront Child Soldiers Threat. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:8-13 January 2005.

Watson, Alison M. S. The Child that Bombs Built. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:159-168 May-June 2004.


History of Terror


Books

Engene, Jan Oskar. Terrorism in Western Europe: Explaining the Trends Since 1950. Northampton, MA, Edwar Elgar, 2004. 200 p.
Book call no.: 303.625094 E57t

Laqueur, Walter. No End to War: Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century. New York, Continuum, 2003. 288 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 L317n

Mulloy, D. J. American Extremism: History, Politics and the Militia Movement. New York, Routledge, 2004. 230 p.
Book call no.: 322.420973 M959a

NATO and European Security: Alliance Politics from the End of the Cold War to the Age of Terrorism, edited by Alexander Moena. Westport, CN, Praeger, 2003. 186 p.
Book call no.: 355.031 N2796

Sinclair, Andrew. An Anatomy of Terror: A History of Terrorism. London, Macmillan Ltd, 2003. 400 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 S616a

Wills, David C. The First War on Terrorism: Counter-Terrorism Policy During the Reagan Administration. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2003. 283 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 W741f

Periodicals

Duyvesteyn, Isabelle. How New is the New Terrorism? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:439-454 September-October 2004.

Midlarsky, Manus I. Nihilism in Political Chaos: Himmler; bin Laden, and Altruistic Punishment. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:187-206 May-June 2004.


 Trends After 9/11


Causes of Terrorism


Books

Borum, Randy. Psychology of Terrorism. Tampa, FL, University of South Florida, 2004. 78 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 b739p

Cragin, Kim and Chalk, Peter. Terrorism & Development: Using Social and Economic Development to Inhibit a Resurgence of Terrorism. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2003. 42 p.
Examines the social and economic development policies enacted by three countries: Israel, Philippines and United Kingdom to inhibit a resurgence of terrorism within their jurisdictions.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1630
Book call no.: 363.32 C885t

Drury, Shadia B. Terror and Civilizatiion: Christianity, Politics, and the Western Psyche. New York, Palgrave MacMillan, 2004. 211 p.
Book call no.: 261.7 D796t

Harris, Sam. The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason. New York, W. W. Norton & Company, 2004. 336 p.
Book call no.: 200 H316e

Martin, Gus. Understanding Terrorism: Challenges, Perspectives, and Issues. Thousand Oaks, CA, Sage Publications, 2003. 1 vol.
Book call no.: 303.625 M381u

Nassar, Jamal R. Globalization & Terrorism: The Migration of Dreams and Nightmares. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishes, Inc, 2005. 143 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 N265g

Terrorism: Strategies for Intervention, edited by Harold V. Hall. New York, Haworth Press, 2003.  113 p.
"Co-published simultaneously as Journal of Threat Assessment, volume 2, number 3 2003."
Book call no.: 363.32 T328

Understanding Terrorism: Psychosocial Roots, Consequences, and Interventions, Edited by Fathali M. Moghaddam and Anthony J. Marsella. Washington, American Psychological Association, 2004. 343 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 U55

Periodicals

Abrahms, Max. Are Terrorists Really Rational? The Palestinian Example. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:533-549 Summer 2004.

Charlesworth, William R. Profiling Terrorists: A Taxonomy of Evolutionary, Developmental and Situational Causes of a Terrorist Act. Defense & Security Analysis 19:241-264 September 2003.

Clarke, Michael C. Terrorism, Engineering, and the Environment: Their Interrelationships. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:294-304 Summer 2004.

Gentry, Caron. The Relationship Between New Social Movement Theory and Terrorism Studies: The Role of Leadership, Membership, Ideology and Gender. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:274-293 Spring 2004.
This article uses the example of the American movement and its by-product - the Weather Underground.

Gentry, Caron. The Relationship Between New Social Movement Theory and Terrorism studies: The Role of Leadership, Membership, Ideology and Gender. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:272-293 Summer 2004.

Gordon, Avishag. Terrorism as an Academic Subject after 9-11: Searching the Internet Reveals a Stockholm Syndrome Trend. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:45-59 January-February 2005.

Gorman, Siobhan. Refusing to Fail. National Journal 36:2228-2233 July 17, 2004.
The 9/11 Commission "had been set up to fail," according to Chairman Tom Keen.

Reinares, Fernando. Who are the Terrorists? Analyzing Changes in Sociological Profile Among Members of ETA. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:465-488 November-December 2004.

Schmid, Alex P. Framewoks for Conceptualising Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:197-221 Summer 2004.
In this article five contexts of terror are analyzed: 1) terrorism as/and crime; 2) terrorism as/and politics; 3) terrorism as/and warfare; 4) terrorism as/and communication; and 5) terrorism as/and religious fundamentalism.

Schweitzer, Yoram. The Age of Non-Conventional Terrorism. RUSI Journal 148:82-86 June 2003.

Smigh, Allison G. From Words to Action: Exploring the Relationship between a Group's Value References and Its Likelihood of Engaging in Terrorism. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:409-437 September-October 2004.

Testas, Abdelaziz. Determinants of Terrorism in the Muslim World: An Empirical Cross-Sectional Analysis. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:252-273 Summer 2004.

Weinberg, Leonard. The Challenges of Conceptualizing Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:777-794 Winter 2004.

Zimmerman, John C. Sayyid Qutb's Influence on the 11 September Attacks. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:222-252 Summer 2004.
Sayyid Qutb is widely acknowledged as the intellectual godfather for the various modern radical Islamic movements. This article illustrates Qutb's influence on radical Islamic groups.


Counterterrorism


Books

Alexander, Dean C. Business Confronts Terrorism: Risks and Responses. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin Press, 2004. 237 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 A375b

Beyond the Campaign: The Future of Countering Terrorism, edited by Bryan Lee Cummings. Foreword by Peter Bergen. New York, Council for Emerging National Security Affairs, 2004. 240 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 B573

Cities, War, and Terrorism: Towards an Urban Geopolitics, edited by Stephen Graham. Malden, MA, Blackwell Publishing, 2004. 384 p.
Book call no.: 307.76 C581

Cragin, Kim and Chalk, Peter. Terrorism & Development: Using Social and Economic Development to Inhibit a Resurgence of Terrorism. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2003. 42 p.
Examines the social and economic development policies enacted by three countries: Israel, Philippines and United Kingdom to inhibit a resurgence of terrorism within their jurisdictions.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1630
Book call no.: 363.32 C885t

Fair, C. Christine. The Counterterror Coalitions: Cooperation with Pakistan and India. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2004. 128 p.
Book call no.: 327.73054 F163c

The Geographical Dimensions of Terrorism, edited by Susan L. Cutter. New York, Routledge, 2003. 274 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 G345

Khalsa, Sundri K. Terrorism Forecasting: A Web-Based Methodology. Washington, Center for Strategic Intelligence Research, Joint Military Intelligence College, 83 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 K45t

Metz, Steven and Millen, Raymond. Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in the 21st Century: Reconceptualizing Threat and Response. Carlisle, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, November 2004. 43 p.
Book call no.: 322.42 M596i

National Research Council. Terrorism: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Improving Responses, Committee on Counterterrorism Challenges for Russia and the United States. Office for Central Europe and Eurasia Development, Security and Cooperation Policy and Global Affairs in cooperation with the Russian Academy of Sciences. Washington, National Academies Press, 2001. 239 p.
U.S.-Russian Workshop Proceedings.
Book call no.: 363.32 N277t

Quick Scan of Post 9/11 National Counter-Terrorism Policymaking and Implementation in Selected European Countries: Research Project for the Netherlands Ministry of Justice. Santa Monica, CA, Rand Europe, 2002. 139 p.
The goal of the research is to improve coordination of counterterrorism among European Union member states.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1590/MR1590.pdf
Book call no.: 363.32 Q6

Steven, Graeme C. S. and Gunaratna, Rohan. Counterterrorism: A Reference Handbook. Santa Barbara, CA, ABC-CLIO , 2004. 293 p.
Book call no.: R 363.32 S843c

Stevenson, Jonathan. Counter-Terrorism: Containment and Beyond. New York, Oxford University Press, 2004. 128 p.
Doc. call no.: 909.82 I61a no. 367

Terrorism in the Asia-Pacific: Threat and Response, Edited by Rohan Gunaratna. Singapore, Eastern Universities Press, 2003. 258 p.
Book call no.: 303.625095 T328

Terrorism: Strategies for Intervention, edited by Harold V. Hall. New York, Haworth Press, 2003.  113 p.
"Co-published simultaneously as Journal of Threat Assessment, volume 2, number 3 2003."
Book call no.: 363.32 T328

Thomas, Troy S. Beneath the Surface: Intelligence Preparation of the Battlespace for Counterterrorism. Washington, Center for Strategic Intelligence Research, Joint Military Intelligence College, November 2004. 265 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 T462b

Understanding Terrorism: Psychosocial Roots, Consequences, and Interventions, Edited by Fathali M. Moghaddam and Anthony J. Marsella. Washington, American Psychological Association, 2004. 343 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 U55

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Terrorist Penalties Enhancement Act of 2004: Report Together with Dissenting and Additional Views (to accompany H.R. 2934) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office) , Report. 108th Congress, 2d session July 7 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 141 p.
Report 108-588.
Also available online at: http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS52765
Book call no.: 345.0773 U58t

Wills, David C. The First War on Terrorism: Counter-Terrorism Policy During the Reagan Administration. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2003. 283 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 W741f

Periodicals

Campbell, Lisa J. Applying Order-of-Battle to Al Qaeda Operations. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:299-315 Winter 2002.

Castillo, Jasen J. Nuclear Terrorism: Why Deterrence Still Matters. Current History 102:426-431 December 2003.

Catignani, Sergio. The Security Imperative in Counterterror Operations: The Israeli Fight Against Suicidal Terror. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:245-264 Winter 2005.

Clarke, Michael C. Terrorism, Engineering, and the Environment: Their Interrelationships. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:294-304 Summer 2004.

David, Mirza. How to Defeat Terrorism. Counterterrorism & Homeland Security Reports 12:1 & 11 Spring 2005.

Davis, Paul. The Spy is an Eye: The Naval Criminal Investigative Service is Guarding Against Terrorist Spies. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:12-15 Winter 2005.

Dorr, Robert F. Terrorism and Space on Washington's Mind. Aerospace America 42:6-7 September 2004.

Everly, George S. and Castellano, Cherie. Psychological Counterterrorism: Incident Command of the Mind: Know the Enemy as You Know Yourself. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:8-11 Winter 2005.

Hillen, John. Strengthening the Fainthearts. National Interest 76:29-32 Summer 2004.

Kenney, Michael. From Pablo to Osama: Counter-Terrorism Lessons from the War on Drugs. Survival 45:187-206 Autumn 2003.

Kinnane, Derk. Outmaneuvering Terror: Winning Over the Muslim Mind. National Interest 75:93-200 Spring 2004.
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.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=aph&an=12738534

Koknar, Ali M. Corsairs at Starboard: Jihad at Sea. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:36-41 Winter 2005.

Kramer, Mark. The Perils of Counterinsurgency: Russia's War in Chechnya. International Security 29:5-63 Winter 2004.

Makarenko, Tamara. A Model of Terrorist-Criminal Relations. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:6-11 August 2003.

Mishal, Shaul and Rosenthal, Maoz. Al Qaeda as a Dune Organization: Toward a Typology of Islamic Terrorist Organizations. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:275-293 July-August 2005.
This article provides a topology which concentrates on organizational behavior patterns and provides a framework for a comparative analysis of terrorist movements, which is applied to a study of Al Qaeda, Hizballah, Hamas, and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad.

Silke, Andrew. Children, Terrorism and Counterterrorism: Lessons in Policy and Practise. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:201-2005 Winter 2005.

Smith, Paul J. USA Adopts Financial Legislation for Counterterrorism. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:34-36 August 2004.

Soderblom, Jason D. Combating Al-Qaeda: The Clever Hand of Anti-Terrorism. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 11:22-26 Winter 2005.

Sullivan, John P. and Bunker, Robert J. Multilateral Counter-Insurgency Networks. Low Intensity Conflict & Law Enforcement 11:353-368 Winter 2002.

Tudor, Radu. Romania Creates New Counterterrorism Unit. Jane's Intelligence Review 17:18-21 January 2005.

Ulph, Stephen. Saudis Host Counterterrorism Conference. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst 1-3 March 2005.

Voss, Christopher T. Crisis Negotiation: A Counter-Intuitive Method to Disrupt Terrorism. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:455-459 September-October 2004.


Enemy Combatants


Books

Rose, David. Guantanamo: The War on Human Rights. New York, The New Press, 2004.
Book call no.: 973.931 R795g

Periodicals

Gorman, Siobhan. What's Next for Enemy Combatants? National Journal 36:2107-2108 July 17, 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.

Wedgwood, Ruth and Roth, Kenneth. Combatants or Criminals? Foreign Affairs 83:126-130 May-June 2004.
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Foreign Policy


Books

Harvey, Frank P. Smoke and Mirrors: Globalized Terrorism and the Illusion of Multilateral Security. Buffalo, NY, University of Toronto Press, 2004. 342 p.
Book call no.: 327.730090511 H341s

Levitt, Matthew. Targeting Terror: U.S. Policy Toward Middle Eastern State Sponsors and Terrorist Organizations, Post-September 11. Washington, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 2002. 141 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 L666t

National Research Council. Terrorism: Reducing Vulnerabilities and Improving Responses, Committee on Counterterrorism Challenges for Russia and the United States. Office for Central Europe and Eurasia Development, Security and Cooperation Policy and Global Affairs in cooperation with the Russian Academy of Sciences. Washington, National Academies Press, 2001. 239 p.
U.S.-Russian Workshop Proceedings.
Book call no.: 363.32 N277t

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on European Affairs. Challenges and Accomplishments as the European Union and the United States Promote Trade and Tourism in A Terrorism Environment. Hearing, 108th Congress, 2nd session, May 13, 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 39 p.
Book call no.: 354.73 U58c

United States. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Pakistan: Balancing Reform and Counterterrorism. Hearing. 108th Congress, 2nd session, July 14, 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004.    49 p.
Book call no.: 327.7305491 U58p

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.

Bahgat, Gawdat. Terrorism and Energy. World Affairs 167:51-59 September 2004.
Overview of the diplomatic relationship between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S.; Accusations that the Saudi government supports terrorism and tolerating a Jihadist culture; Factors that affect the military cooperation between Saudi Arabia and the U.S.; Actions that should be taken to prevent a decline in oil prices.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=aph&an=14175584

Carothers, Thomas. Democracy: Terrorism's Uncertain Antidote. Current History 102:403-406 December 2003.

Dingli, Shen. China's Evaluation of the Adjustment to US Security Policy Since September 11, 2001. Defense & Security Analysis 19:319-326 December 2003.

Kegley, Charles W. and Raymond, Gregory A. Global Terrorism and Military Preemption: Policy Problems and Normative Perils. International Politics 41:37-49 March 2004.

Krueger, Alan B. and Laitin, David D. "Misunderestimating" Terrorism. Foreign Affairs 83:8-13 September-October 2004.
The article looks at how the United States State Department has handled the issue of terrorism as of September 2004. As the war on terrorism continues, statistics on terrorist attacks are becoming as important as the unemployment rate. Yet the terrorism reports produced by the U.S. government do not have nearly as much credibility as its economic statistics, because there are no safeguards to ensure that the data are as accurate as possible and free from political manipulation.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=aph&an=14348321

Sisco, Joseph J. The Challenge for the United States in the Post-11 September Era: An Overview. Mediterranean Quarterly 14:3-16 Fall 2003.
Discusses the possible challenges for the U.S. in the post September 11, 2001 era. Assessment of strategic framework against the threat of global terrorism; Goal of the U.S. to help ensure stability and security in the Middle East region; Role of United Nations in the delivery of humanitarian assistance to Iraq after the Saddam Hussein regime.
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Homeland Defense


Books

Bioterrorism: Mathematical Modeling Applications in Homeland Security, edited by H. T. Banks and Carlos Castillo-Chavez. Philadelphia, PA, Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, 2003. 240 p.
Book call no.: 363.3497 B616

Cities, War, and Terrorism: Towards an Urban Geopolitics, edited by Stephen Graham. Malden, MA, Blackwell Publishing, 2004. 384 p.
Book call no.: 307.76 C581

Flynn, Stephen. America the Vulnerable: How Our Government is Failing to Protect Us from Terrorism. New York, HarperCollins, 2004. 234 p.
In cooperation with the Council on Foreign Relations.
Book call no.: 363.320973 F648a

The Geographical Dimensions of Terrorism, edited by Susan L. Cutter. New York, Routledge, 2003. 274 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 G345

Institite of Medicine. Committee on Evaluation of the Metropolitan Medical Response System Program. Board on Health Sciences Policy. Preparing for Terrorism: Tools for Evaluating the Metropolitan Medical Response System Program. Washington, National Academy Press, 2002. 310 p.
Book call no.: 362.18 I59p

Sweet, Kathleen M. Aviation and Airport Security: Terrorism and Safety Concerns. Upper Saddle River, NJ, Pearson-Prentice Hall, 2004. 368 p.
Book call no.: 363.2876 S974a

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Beneficial or Critical? The Heightened Need for Telework Opportunities in the Post-9/11 World. Hearing. 108th Congress, 2nd session, July 8, 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 156 p.
Book call no.: 331.2568 U58b

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations. Combating Terrorism: Chemical Plant Security. Hearing. 108th Congress, 2nd session, February 23, 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 130 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 U58ch

United States. Congress, House of Representatives. Committee on Financial Services. Terrorism Insurance Backstop Extension Act of 2004: report, together with dissenting views (to accompany H.R. 4634) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office).. Report. 108th Congress, 2d session, 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 24 p.
Also available online at: http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS56699
Book call no.: 346.086 U581t

Periodicals

Clarke, Michael C. Terrorism, Engineering, and the Environment: Their Interrelationships. Terrorism and Political Violence 16:294-304 Summer 2004.

Freedberg, Sydney J. Everybody's Talking at Me... National Journal 37:2738-2739 September 11, 2004.

Smith, Paul J. USA Adopts Financial Legislation for Counterterrorism. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:34-36 August 2004.


Human Rights


Books

Ball, Howard. The USA Patriot Act of 2001: Balancing Civil Liberties and National Security: A Reference Handbook. Santa Barbara, CA, ABC-CLIO, 2004. 265 p.
Book call no.: 345.7302 B187u

Civil Liberties vs. National Security in a Post-9-11 World, edited by M. Katherine B. Darmer. Amherst, NY, Prometheus Books, 2004. 386 p.
Book call no.: 342.73085 C5822

Heymann, Philip B. and Kayyem, Juliette N. Long-Term Legal Strategy Project for Preserving Security and Democratic Freedoms in the War on Terrorism. Cambridge, MA, John F. Kennnedy School of Government, Harvard University, 2004. 187 p.
Sponsored by the National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism (MIPT).
Book call no.: 345.7302 H618L

Rose, David. Guantanamo: The War on Human Rights. New York, The New Press, 2004.
Book call no.: 973.931 R795g

Sidel, Mark. More Secure Less Free: Antiterrorism Policy & Civil Liberties after September 11. Ann Arbor, MI, University of Michigan Press, 2004. 218 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 S568m

United States. Congress. House of Representatives. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on Human Rights and Wellness. Decades of Terror: Exploring Human Rights Abuses in Kashmir and the Disputed Territories. Hearing. 108th Congress, 2d session, May 12, 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 121 p.
Also available online at: http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS56438
Book call no.: 323.09546 U58d

Periodicals

Alonso, Rogelio and Reinares, Fernando. Terrorism, Human rights and Law Enforcement in Spain. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:265-278 Winter 2005.

Chari, Shri P. R. Protecting Human Rights in Times of Conflict: An Indian Perspective. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:217-228 Winter 2005.

Cohen, Hillel and Dudai, Ron. Human Rights Dilemmas in Using Informers to Combat Terrorism: The Israeli-Palestinian Case. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:229-243 Winter 2005.

Donohue, Laura K. Security and Freedom on the Fulcrum. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:69-87 Winter 2005.

Duner, Bertil. Disregard for Security: The Human Rights Movement and 9-11. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:89-104 Winter 2005.

Gregory, Frank. The EU's Response to 9-11: A Case Study of Institutional Roles and Policy Processes with Special Reference to Issues of Accountability amd Human Rights. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:105-123 Winter 2005.

Koch, Lewis Z. Dirty Bomber? Dirty Justice. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 60:59-68 January-February 2004.
Discusses the constitutional right to legal representation in the case of Jose Padilla, who is accused of being a terrorist bomber during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S. Claims of U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft against Padilla; Background of the accused; Basis of the U.S. Justice Department for denying Padilla the right to legal representation. INSETS: Fear, uncertainty, and doubt; Dirty laundry; Dirty bomb No. 1.
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MacMahon, Edward B. Terrorism and Human Rights: A Defence Lawyer's Perspective. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:215-129 Winter 2005.

McCausland, Jeffrey D. Defeat Terrorists - Not Liberty and Rights. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 129:2 June 2003.

Michaelsen, Christopher. Derogating from International Human Rights Obligations in the 'War Against Terrorism'? - A British-Australian Perspective. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:131-155 Winter 2005.

Rona, Gabor. Interesting Times for International Humanitarian Law: Challenges from the 'War on Terror.' Terrorism and Political Violence 17:157-173 Winter 2005.

Schmid, Alex P. Terrorism and Human Rights: A Perspective from the United Nations. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:25-35 Winter 2005.


Legal Issues


Books

Civil Litigation Against Terrorism, Edited by John Norton Moore. Durham, NC, Carolina Academic Press, 2004. 294 p.
Book call no.: 344.730532 C582

The Maze of Fear: Security and Migration After 9-11, edited by John Tirman. New York, The New Press, 2004. 322 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 M476

Owens, Dallas. Beyond the U.S. War on Terrorism: Comparing Domestic Legal Remedies to an International Dilemma. Carlisle Barracks, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2005. 4 p.
Book call no.: 345.02 O97b

Sidel, Mark. More Secure Less Free: Antiterrorism Policy & Civil Liberties after September 11. Ann Arbor, MI, University of Michigan Press, 2004. 218 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 S568m

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Terrorist Penalties Enhancement Act of 2004: Report Together with Dissenting and Additional Views (to accompany H.R. 2934) (including cost estimate of the Congressional Budget Office) , Report. 108th Congress, 2d session July 7 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 141 p.
Report 108-588.
Also available online at: http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS52765
Book call no.: 345.0773 U58t

Periodicals

Alonso, Rogelio and Reinares, Fernando. Terrorism, Human rights and Law Enforcement in Spain. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:265-278 Winter 2005.

Koch, Lewis Z. Dirty Bomber? Dirty Justice. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists 60:59-68 January-February 2004.
Discusses the constitutional right to legal representation in the case of Jose Padilla, who is accused of being a terrorist bomber during the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the U.S. Claims of U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft against Padilla; Background of the accused; Basis of the U.S. Justice Department for denying Padilla the right to legal representation. INSETS: Fear, uncertainty, and doubt; Dirty laundry; Dirty bomb No. 1.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&AuthType=cookie,ip,url,uid&db=aph&an=11787826

McCausland, Jeffrey D. Defeat Terrorists - Not Liberty and Rights. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 129:2 June 2003.

Roth, Kenneth. The Law of War in the War on Terror. Foreign Affairs 83:2-8 January-February 2004.
The war on terrorism launched by United States President George W. Bush after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C. has broad and meaningful implications on the established norms and concepts of the laws of war. The pronouncement by President Bush on September 29, 2001 made it clear that he means the war on terrorism literally and not metaphorically. By literalizing the war on terror, President Bush has broken down the distinction between what is permissible in times of peace and what can be condoned during a war.
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Solis, Gary D. Terrorists, Due Process, and Military Commissions. Marine Corps Gazette 86:46-48 February 2002.

Taylor, Stuart. The Military's Mess at Guantanamo and How to Fix It. National Journal 36:2707-2708 September 11, 2004.
Reports on the pending criminal prosecutions of terrorist Osama bin Laden's chauffeur and other suspected Al Qaeda members for alleged war crimes. Embarrassments of the administration of President George W. Bush at the preliminary hearings of the case in August 2004; Charges against Salim Ahmed Hamdan, bin Laden's chauffeur; Fundamental flaws in the design of the military commission in Guantánamo Bay prison camp.
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Post 9-11 Political Discourse


Books

Flynn, Stephen. America the Vulnerable: How Our Government is Failing to Protect Us from Terrorism. New York, HarperCollins, 2004. 234 p.
In cooperation with the Council on Foreign Relations.
Book call no.: 363.320973 F648a

Griffin, David Ray. The New Pearl Harbor: Disturbing Questions about the Bush Administration and 9/11, Foreword by Richard Falk. Northampton, MA, Olive Branch Press, 2004. 214 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 G851n

Hijacking Catastrophe: 9/11, Fear and the Selling of American Empire, edited by Sut Jhally and Jeremy Earp. Foreword by Howard Zinn. Northampton, MA, Olive Branch Press, 2004. 295 p.
Book call no.: 327.7300905 H639

Khouri, Raja G. Arabs in Canada - Post 9-11. Toronto, Canada, G-7 Books, 2003. 103 p.
Book call no.: 971 K45a

Lance, Peter. Cover Up: What the Government is Still Hiding About the War on Terror. New York, Harper-Collins Publishers Inc, 2004. 360 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 L246c

Levitt, Matthew. Targeting Terror: U.S. Policy Toward Middle Eastern State Sponsors and Terrorist Organizations, Post-September 11. Washington, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 2002. 141 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 L666t

Mylroie, Laurie. Bush vs. the Beltway: How the CIA and the State Department Tried to Stop the War on Terror. New York, Regan Books, 2003. 258 p.
Book call no.: 956.70443 M997b

Peace Operations After 11 September 2001, edited by Thierry Tardy. New York, Frank Cass, 2004. 204 p.
Book call no.: 341.584 P3557

Perspectives on 9/ll, Edited by Yassin El-Ayouty. Assisted by Gerald J. Galgan. Westport, CN, Praeger, 2004. 353 p.
Book call no.: 973.731 P467

Quick Scan of Post 9/11 National Counter-Terrorism Policymaking and Implementation in Selected European Countries: Research Project for the Netherlands Ministry of Justice. Santa Monica, CA, Rand Europe, 2002. 139 p.
The goal of the research is to improve coordination of counterterrorism among European Union member states.
Also available online at: http://www.rand.org/publications/MR/MR1590/MR1590.pdf
Book call no.: 363.32 Q6

Smith, J. W. WHY? The Deeper History Behind the September 11th Terrorist Attack on America. Sun City, AZ, Institute for Economic Democracy, 2003. 198 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 S651w

Terrorism and the UN: Before and After September 11, edited by Jane Boulden and Thomas G. Weiss. Bloomington, IN, Indiana University Press, 2004. 256 p.
Book call no.: 345.02 T3282

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. 9-11 Recommendations Implementation Act. Report together with minority views. 108th Congress, 2nd session, October 5, 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 193 p.
Also available online at: http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=108_cong_reports&docid=f:hr724p4.108.pdf
Book call no.: 352.379 U58n pt. 4

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations. Combating Terrorism: Training and Equipping Reserve Compoment Forces. Hearing. 108th Congress, 2nd session, May 11, 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 162 p.
Book call no.: 355.2232 U582c

United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary . 9-11 Recommendations Implementation Act, Supplemental Report. 108th Congress, 2nd session November 16 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 846 p. Rept. 108-724 Part VI)
Book call no.: 352.379 U58n pt.6

United States. Congress. House. Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence. 9-11 Recommendations Implementation Act: Report Together with Additional and Dissenting Views (to Accompany H.R. 10) (Including Cost Estimate of the Congressional Budget Office). Report. 108th congress, 2nd session, 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 1 vol.
Also available online at: http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=108_cong_reports&docid=f:hr724p5.108.pdf
Book call no.: 352.379 U58n pt. 3

Periodicals

Dhanapala, Jayantha. The United Nations' Response to 9-11. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:17-23 Winter 2005.

Dowling, Thomas. Failures of Imagination: Thoughts on the 9-11 Commission Report. Defense Intelligence Journal 13:7-16 2005.

Duner, Bertil. Disregard for Security: The Human Rights Movement and 9-11. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:89-104 Winter 2005.

Ellis, William W. Terrorism in the United States: Revisiting the Hart-Rudman Commission. Mediterranean Quarterly 15:25-38 Spring 2004.
Discusses the terrorist threat to the U.S. identified by the U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century, commonly referred to as the Hart-Rudman Commission before the events of 11 September 2001. Themes of the recommendations made by the group for reorganising the government; Background on the terrorist threat as recognized by the group; Recommended response to the threat; Concerns on the nature of the terrorist to threat to the U.S.

Falkenrath, Richard A. The 9-11 Commission Report: A Review Essay. International Security 29:170-190 Winter 2004.

Gorman, Siobhan. Refusing to Fail. National Journal 36:2228-2233 July 17, 2004.
The 9/11 Commission "had been set up to fail," according to Chairman Tom Keen.

Hegland, Corine. Body Counts. National Journal 36:1951-1952 June 29, 2004.
Article speculates as to what was behind the State Department's underreporting of terrorist incidents in the annual report "Patterns of Global Terrorism." Asserts that incompetence was the reason.

Kennedy-Pipe, Caroline and Welch, Stephen. Russia and the United States After 9-11. Terrorism and Political Violence 17:279-291 Winter 2005.

Sisco, Joseph J. The Challenge for the United States in the Post-11 September Era: An Overview. Mediterranean Quarterly 14:3-16 Fall 2003.
Discusses the possible challenges for the U.S. in the post September 11, 2001 era. Assessment of strategic framework against the threat of global terrorism; Goal of the U.S. to help ensure stability and security in the Middle East region; Role of United Nations in the delivery of humanitarian assistance to Iraq after the Saddam Hussein regime.
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War on Terror


Books

Alexander, Dean C. Business Confronts Terrorism: Risks and Responses. Madison, WI, University of Wisconsin Press, 2004. 237 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 A375b

Beyond the Campaign: The Future of Countering Terrorism, edited by Bryan Lee Cummings. Foreword by Peter Bergen. New York, Council for Emerging National Security Affairs, 2004. 240 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 B573

Carroll, James. Crusade: Chronicles of an Unjust War. New York, Metropolitan Books Henry Holt and Company, 2004. 286 p.
Book call no.: 956.70443 C319c

Combating Terrorism at Sea. Brussels, Belgium, NATO Public Diplomacy Division, 2004. 6 p.
"NATO ships have been patrolling in the Eastern Mediterranean monitoring shipping to detect and deter terrorist activity since October 2001 as part of the Alliance's response to the terrorist attacks of 11 September of that year."
Also available online at: http://www.nato.int/docu/briefing/terrorism%5Fat%5Fsea/html%5Fen/terrorism%5Fsea01.html
Book call no.: 355.031091821 C729

Dahlby, Tracy. Allah's Torch: A Report from Behind the Scenes in Asia's War on Terror. New York, Harper-Collins, 2005. 307 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 D131a

Exum, Andrew. This Man's Army: A Soldier's Story from the Front Lines of the War on Terrorism. New York, Gotham Books, 2004. 239 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 E96t

Friedman, Norman. Terrorism, Afghanistan, and America's New Way of War. Annapolis, MD, Naval Institute Press, 2003. 327 p.
Book call no.: 958.1046 F911t

Gareau, Frederick H. State Terrorism and the United States: From Counterinsurgency to the War on Terrorism. Atlanta, GA, Clarity Press, 2004. 254 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 G229s

The Geographical Dimensions of Terrorism, edited by Susan L. Cutter. New York, Routledge, 2003. 274 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 G345

Gertz, Bill. Breakdown: The Failure of American Intelligence to Defeat Global Terror. New York, Plume, 2003. 284 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 G384b

Global War on Terrorism: Analyzing the Strategic Threat, edited by Russell Swenson. Washington, Center for Strategic Intelligence Research, Joint Military Intelligence College, November 2004. 137 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 G562

Goldstein, Joshua S. The Real Price of War: How You Pay for the War on Terror. New York, New York University Press, 2004. 228 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 G624r

Herd, Graeme P. The Causes & Consequences of Strategic Failure in Afghanistan & Iraq. Camberley, UK, Conflict Studies Research Centre, Defence Academy of the United Kingdom, August 2004. 27 p.
Book call no.: 327.172 H541c

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

Lance, Peter. Cover Up: What the Government is Still Hiding About the War on Terror. New York, Harper-Collins Publishers Inc, 2004. 360 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 L246c

Levitt, Matthew. Targeting Terror: U.S. Policy Toward Middle Eastern State Sponsors and Terrorist Organizations, Post-September 11. Washington, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 2002. 141 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 L666t

The Maze of Fear: Security and Migration After 9-11, edited by John Tirman. New York, The New Press, 2004. 322 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 M476

Metz, Steven and Millen, Raymond. Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in the 21st Century: Reconceptualizing Threat and Response. Carlisle, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, November 2004. 43 p.
Book call no.: 322.42 M596i

Miniter, Richard. Shadow War: The Untold Story of How Bush is Winning the War on Terror. Washington, Regnery Publishing, Inc, 2004. 248 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 M665s

Mylroie, Laurie. Bush vs. the Beltway: How the CIA and the State Department Tried to Stop the War on Terror. New York, Regan Books, 2003. 258 p.
Book call no.: 956.70443 M997b

Nardulli, Bruce. The Global War on Terrorism: An Early Look at Implications for the Army. Santa Monica, CA, Rand, 2003. 54 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 N224g

Owens, Dallas. Beyond the U.S. War on Terrorism: Comparing Domestic Legal Remedies to an International Dilemma. Carlisle Barracks, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2005. 4 p.
Also available online at: http://www.carlisle.army.mil/ssi/conf/briefs/conf58.pdf
Book call no.: 345.02 O97b

Peace Operations After 11 September 2001, edited by Thierry Tardy. New York, Frank Cass, 2004. 204 p.
Book call no.: 341.584 P3557

Responding to Terror: A Report of the U.S. Army War College Consequence Management Symposium, Tussing, Bert B. and Reynolds, Jeffrey C. Carlisle, PA, Center for Strategic Leadership, U.S. Army War College, 2002. 300 p.
"The Consequence Management Symposium was conducted by the Center for Strategic Leadership (CSL), at the Collins Center, United States Army War College on August 21-23, 2001. It was co-sponsored by the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS). The purpose of the conference was to contribute to the ongoing debate over domestic defense, and to identify opportunities and approaches to solutions in this area of vital national interest. The symposium examined the infrastructure designed to meet those needs; evolving policy to strengthen that infrastructure; and, in particular, the role of the military in providing and supporting responses to catastrophic attacks on the civil sector."
Also available online at: http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA423630
Book call no.: 363.30973 R434

Stokes, Doug. America's Other War: Terrorizing Colombia. New York, Zed Books, 2005. 147 p.
Book call no.: 327.730861 S874a

Terrorism in the Asia-Pacific: Threat and Response, Edited by Rohan Gunaratna. Singapore, Eastern Universities Press, 2003. 258 p.
Book call no.: 303.625095 T328

Ullman, Harlan. Finishing Business: Ten Steps to Defeat Global Terror. Annapolis, MD, Naval Institute Press, 2004. 241 p.
Foreword by Newt Gingrich. Afterword by Wesley Clark.
Book call no.: 973.931 U41f

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on National Security, Emerging Threats and International Relations. Combating Terrorism: Training and Equipping Reserve Compoment Forces. Hearing. 108th Congress, 2nd session, May 11, 2004. Washington, GPO, 2004. 162 p.
Book call no.: 355.2232 U582c

United States. White House. Progress Report on the Global War on Terrorism. Washington, White House, 2003. p.
Also available online at: http://www.whitehouse.gov/homeland/progress/progress_report_0903.pdf
Book call no.: 973.931 U582p

"We Will Prevail" President George W. Bush on War, Terrorism, and Freedom, selected and edited by National Review. Foreword by Peggy Noonan. Introduction by Jay Nordlinger. New York, Continuum International Publishing Group Inc, 2003. 265 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 B978w

Periodicals

Allison, Graham. How to Stop Nuclear Terror. Foreign Affairs 83:64-75 January-February 2004.
United States President George W. Bush has singled out terrorist nuclear attacks on the U.S. as the defining threat the nation will face in the foreseeable future. In addressing this specter, he has asserted that the country's highest priority is to keep terrorists from acquiring weapons of mass destruction.
Also available online at: http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&an=11781757

Ansari, M. Pakistan Claims al-Qaeda Suspects. Jane's Islamic Affairs Analyst 8-10 September 2004.

Bamford, Bradley W. C. The United Kingdom's "War Against Terrorism." Terrorism and Political Violence 16:737-756 Winter 2004.

Basile, Mark. Going to the Source: Why Al Qaeda's Financial Network is Likely to Withstand the Current War on Terrorist Financing. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 27:169-185 May-June 2004.

Brown, Chris. Reflections on the "War on Terror', 2 Years on. International Politics 41:51-64 March 2004.

Brownfeld, A. The Future of the War on Terrorism. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor 1-2 November 2004.

Byman, Daniel. Measuring the War on Terrorism: A First Appraisal. Current History 102:411-416 December 2003.

David, Mirza. How to Defeat Terrorism. Counterterrorism & Homeland Security Reports 12:1 & 11 Spring 2005.

Franco, George H. Battling Narcoterrorism: The Peruvian Experience in the Ucayali. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:505-516 Summer 2004.

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

Gahlaut, Seema and Bertsch, Gary K. The War on Terror and the Nonproliferation Regime. Orbis: A Journal of World Affairs 48:489-504 Summer 2004.

Gordon, Philip H. American Choices in the 'War on Terror.' Survival 46:145-159 Spring 2004.

Hegland, Corine. Body Counts. National Journal 36:1951-1952 June 29, 2004.
Article speculates as to what was behind the State Department's underreporting of terrorist incidents in the annual report "Patterns of Global Terrorism." Asserts that incompetence was the reason.

Hillen, John. Strengthening the Fainthearts. National Interest 76:29-32 Summer 2004.

Innes, Michael A. Terrorist Sanctuaries and Bosnia-Herzegovina: Challenging Conventional Assumptions. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:295-305 July-August 2005.

Kegley, Charles W. and Raymond, Gregory A. Global Terrorism and Military Preemption: Policy Problems and Normative Perils. International Politics 41:37-49 March 2004.

Krueger, Alan B. and Laitin, David D. "Misunderestimating" Terrorism. Foreign Affairs 83:8-13 September-October 2004.
The article looks at how the United States State Department has handled the issue of terrorism as of September 2004. As the war on terrorism continues, statistics on terrorist attacks are becoming as important as the unemployment rate. Yet the terrorism reports produced by the U.S. government do not have nearly as much credibility as its economic statistics, because there are no safeguards to ensure that the data are as accurate as possible and free from political manipulation.
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Kurlantzick, Joshua. China's Dubious Role in the War on Terror. Current History 102:432-438 December 2003.

McCausland, Jeffrey D. Defeat Terrorists - Not Liberty and Rights. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 129:2 June 2003.

Michaelsen, Christopher. Antiterrorism Legislation in Australia: A Proportionate Response to the Terrorist Threat? Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 2:321-339 July-August 2005.

Momani, Bessma. The IMF, the U.S. War on Terrorism and Pakistan. Asian Affairs An American Review 31:41-50 Spring 2004.

Morag, Nadav. Measuring Success in Coping with Terrorism: The Israeli Case. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28:307-320 July-August 2005.
"This article examines the degree of efficacy of Israel's antiterror policies and ability to cope with terrorism..."

Mousseau, Michael. Market Civilization and Its Clash with Terror. International Security 127:5-29 Winter 2002-2003.

Rammell, Bill. The Financial War Against Terrorism: The Contribution of Islamic Banking: Based on the Keynote Address to RUSI's 'Financial War on Terrorism' Conference. RUSI Journal 148:72-74 June 2003.

Rona, Gabor. Interesting Times for International Humanitarian Law: Challenges from the 'War on Terror.' Terrorism and Political Violence 17:157-173 Winter 2005.

Roth, Kenneth. The Law of War in the War on Terror. Foreign Affairs 83:2-8 January-February 2004.
The war on terrorism launched by United States President George W. Bush after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C. has broad and meaningful implications on the established norms and concepts of the laws of war. The pronouncement by President Bush on September 29, 2001 made it clear that he means the war on terrorism literally and not metaphorically. By literalizing the war on terror, President Bush has broken down the distinction between what is permissible in times of peace and what can be condoned during a war.
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Siobhan, Gorman. War on Terror, Phase Two. National Journal 36:3530-3535 November 20, 2004.
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Sisco, Joseph J. The Challenge for the United States in the Post-11 September Era: An Overview. Mediterranean Quarterly 14:3-16 Fall 2003.
Discusses the possible challenges for the U.S. in the post September 11, 2001 era. Assessment of strategic framework against the threat of global terrorism; Goal of the U.S. to help ensure stability and security in the Middle East region; Role of United Nations in the delivery of humanitarian assistance to Iraq after the Saddam Hussein regime.
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Smith, Paul J. USA Adopts Financial Legislation for Counterterrorism. Jane's Intelligence Review 16:34-36 August 2004.

Ya'ari, Yedidia. Fighting Terrorism...From the Sea. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 129:64-66 August 2003.


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