TERRORISM TODAY

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July 2003

Compiled by Glenda Armstrong
Bibliographer, Air University Library       
Maxwell AFB, AL


Table of Contents | Internet Resources | The Threat: Terrorist Groups, A-K  | The Threat: Terrorist Groups, L-W | Current American Trends | Current Global Trends | War on Terrorism


Current American Trends

   Economic Impact
   Foreign Policy
   Homeland Security
   Human Rights and Liberties
   Military Commissions-Tribunals
   Military & Security
   Politics & Government
   Psychological Aspects

 


Economic Impact

Internet Resources
Economic Impact of Terrorism Yet to be Determined
Available online at: http://www.southwestexchange.com/newsletter/4-2001/impact.html
From the Southwest Exchange Corportion.

N.Y. Comp Rating Board Issues Advisory to Members on How Terrorism Charges will Apply. Insurance Advocate January 6, 2003.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=8953688&db=f5h
Reports that the New York Compensation Insurance Rating Board has issued an advisory to members on how terrorism charges will apply.

Storage and Backup Become an IT Priority, but Making Money from those Services can be Tricky. VARBusiness February 10, 2003.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9022796&db=f5h
Focuses on the impact of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the U.S. storage-services market.

Terrorism: Economic Impact: Opinion and Commentary
Available online at: http://www.cato.org/current/terrorism/economic.html
From the CATO Institute.

Periodicals
Anxious? Get Used to it. Fortune 147:39-40 March 3, 2003.
Contends that a short U.S.-led war with Iraq will not solve the United States' economic difficulties because U.S. citizens will continue to live with the threat of global terrorism even after Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein is removed from power.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9128823&db=aph

Hardin, Steve. Openness, Privacy and National Security Post 9/11: A Debate. Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 29:10-11 February-March 2003.
Discusses concerns of the American Society for Information Science and Technology on issues related to the impact of terrorism on various firms in the U.S. Installation of security systems; Effects of Freedom of Information Act on information-centered businesses; Decrease in the profitability of several companies.

McDowell, Edwin. Cruise Lines' Topic A: Intensified Security. New York Times,  p.3, Op, February 2, 2003.
Reports on the implementation of the highest level of security measures and procedures by passenger ships operating from the U.S. after September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

Quinley, Kevin M. Insuring for the Unthinkable: Shopping for Terrorism Coverage. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 9, No. 2:6-9 Spring 2003.
Article gives advice to businesses shopping for terrorism coverage insurance.

Foreign Policy

Internet Resources
Outlook for 2002-03. Country Report. Canada May 2002.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=6684393&db=aph
Forecasts the economic and political trends in Canada for 2002-2003. Effect of the United States' war against international terrorism on the relationship between the U.S. and Canada.

U.S. Programs and Policy Patterns of Global Terrorism 2002
Available online at: http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/pgtrpt/2002/html/19993.htm

Books
Bennis, Phyllis. Before & After: US Foreign Policy and the September 11th Crisis, foreword by Noam Chomsky. New York, Olive Branch Press, 2003. 246 p.
Book call no.: 327.7309 B469b

Jewett, Robert. Captain America and the Crusade Agtainst Evil: The Dilemma of Zealous Nationalism. Grand Rapids, MI, W. B. Erdmans, 2003. 392
Book call no.: In Processing

Kellner, Douglas. From 9/11 to Terror War: The Dangers of the Bush Legacy. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield, 2003. 319 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 K29f

Manwaring, Max G. Latin America. Carlisle Barracks, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2003. 15 p. (Strategic Effects of the Conflict with Iraq Special Series.)
Book call no.: 327.7308 M295L

O'Sullivan, Meghan L. Shrewd Sanctions: Statecraft and State Sponsors of Terrorism. Washington, Brookings Institution Press, 2003. 424 p.
Includes chapters on "Inhibiting Iraq," "Limiting Libya," and "Economic Tools and U.S. Foreign Policy."
Book call no.: 327.117 O85s

Documents
Connor, Robert. Defeating the Modern Asymmetric Threat. Monterey, CA, Naval Postgraduate School, 2002. 159 p.
Examines the history and tactics of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE). Argues that the four principles of Internal Defense and Development as defined in the U.S. Joint Doctrine provide the solution to defeating the asymmetric threat of terrorism.
Also available online at: http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA405818
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 C7524d

Hermsmeyer, Gregory A. Oil, Security, and the Post-9/11 World. Newport, RI, Naval War College, 2002. 22 p.
Examines the driving forces and trends that will affect the global supply of oil to 2020. Concludes that globalization and growing world demand will make oil consumers increasingly vulnerable to disruption.
Also available online at: http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA406503
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662 H556os

Nagel, William C. The Law Enforcement Approach to Combating Terrorism: An Analysis of US Policy. Monterey, CA, Naval Postgraduate School, 2002. 82 p.
Examines the US policy for combating terrorism from 1988 to 2000 using five case studies. Compares the demonstrated performance of the policy in the aftermath of the five cases with the basic requirements for a counter-terrorist policy to determine the effectiveness of US policy.
Also available online at: http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA405990
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 N147L

Yeager, Peter E. Radical Islam. Quantico, VA, United States Marine Corps Command and Staff College, 2002. 81 p.
Argues that illegitimate and repressive regimes contribute to the numbers of dispossessed and disenfranchised who go on to join terrorist groups. The U.S. should make every effort to democratize the Middle East.
Also available online at: http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA406226
Doc. call no.: M-U 41886-71 Y37r

Periodicals
Bahgat, Gawdat. Iran, the United States, and the War on Terrorism. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:93-105 March 2003.
For more than two decades the United States has considered Iran the world's leading country in sponsoring international terrorism. Shortly after the September 11 attacks the two nations worked together to defeat Al Qaeda and the Taliban. This article examines the brief period of cooperation between Washington and Tehran in the war on terrorism.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9331056&db=aph

Cronin, Audrey Kurth. Rethinking Sovereighty: American Strategy in the Age of Terrorism. Survival 44:119-139 Summer 2002.

Dobriansky, Paula J. and Carothers, Thomas. Democracy Promotion. Foreign Affairs 82:141-145 May-June 2003.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9516380&db=aph

Gnesotto, Nicole. Reacting to America. Security 44:99-106 Winter 2002-2003.

Goldstein, Lyle J. Making the Most of Central Asian Partnerships. Joint Force Quarterly No.31:82-90 Summer 2002.

Goure, Daniel. Pacific Overtones and Bellicose Rhetoric: U.S. Walks Cautious Tightrope in Westpac. Sea Power 46:44-49 January 2003.

Hill, John. China Joins US War on Terror. Jane's Intelligence Review 14:48-49 October 2002.

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

Shenon, Philip. U.S. will Monitor Foreign Seaports. New York Times, p.A1, Op, June 12, 2003.
Discusses how the United States has decided to put teams of U.S. inspectors at major seaports in Muslim nations in order to prevent terrorists from smuggling weapons of mass destruction into the United States.

Weymouth, Lally. The Former Face of Evil. Newsweek 141:36-38 January 20, 2003.
Presents an interview with Libyan leader Muammar Kaddafi, who revealed that Libya is providing intelligence to the U.S. about Al Qaeda.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=8874579&db=aph

Homeland Security

Internet Resources
Public Law 107-56: Uniting and Strengthening America by Providing Appropriate Tools Required to Intercept and Obstruct Terrorism (USA Patriot Act) of 2001 October 26, 2001.
Available online at: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/PLAW-107publ56/pdf/PLAW-107publ56.pdf

Terrorism Information Awareness OfficeDARPA Information Awareness Office,
Available online at: http://www.darpa.mil/iao/TIASystems.htm
The goal of the Terrorism Information Awareness (TIA) program is to revolutionize the ability of the United States to detect, classify and identify foreign terrorists – and decipher their plans – and thereby enable the U.S. to take timely action to successfully preempt and defeat terrorist acts.

U.S. Borders: Safe or Sieve. FDCH Congressional Testimony January 30, 2003.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=32Y1022690016&db=f5h
Hearing focused on ports of entry, the responsibility of the INS and Customs and the breaches that are occurring there.

 Books
Hoenig, Steven L. Handbook of Chemical Warfare and Terrorism. Westport, CN, Greenwood Press, 2002. 176 p.
Describes and lists chemical warfare agents, how they can be delivered, how to protect against them, how to decontaminate them, and how to detect them.
Book call no.: 358.34 H694h

National Research Council (U. S.) Computer Science and Telecommunications Board. Committee on the Role of Information Technology in Responding to Terrorism. Information Technology for Counterterrorism: Immediate Actions and Future Possibilities, edited by John L. Hennessy. Washington, National Academies Press, 2003. 128 p.
Book call no.: 005.8 N277i

The National Strategy for the Physical Protection of Critical Infrastructures and Key Assets. Washington, The White House, February 2003. 83 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 U582na

United States. Congress. House Committee on Government Reform. Subcommittee on Criminal Justice, Drug Policy and Human Resources. Federal Law Enforcement: Long-Term Implications of Homeland Security Needs. Hearing. 107th Congress, 1st session, December 5, 2001. Washington, GPO, 2003. 107 p.
Book call no.: 363.28 U58f

United States. Dept. of Homeland Security. The National Strategy to Secure Cyberspace. Washington, Dept. of Homeland Security?, 2003. 61 p.
"The National Strategy to Secure Cyerspace provides a framework for protecting this infrastructure that is essential to our economy, security, and way of life."
Also available online at: http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS28730
Book call no.: 005.8 U582n 2003

United States. President (2001- : Bush). National Strategy for the Physical Protection of Critical Infrastructures and Key Assets. Washington, The White House, 2003. 83 p.
"The National Strategy for Physical Protection of Critical Infrastructures and Key Assets serves as a critical bridge between the National Strategy for Homeland Security and a national protection plan to be developed by the Department of Homeland Security."
Book call no.: 363.320973 U582na

Wallis, Rodney. How Safe are our Skies? Assessing the Airlines' Response to Terrorism. Westport, CN, Praeger, 2003.
Book call no.: 363.124 W214h

Periodicals
9-11, America and the War on Terrorism. Soldiers 57:Entire Issue September 2002.

Ackerman, Robert K. Government Enlists Industry for Information Security. Signal 56:17-20 August 2002.

Bannon, James M. Securing Transportation Systems. Military Engineer 95:23-25 January-February 2003.

Barnes, Frederick. Paying the Piper: Homeland Defense and the War on Terrorism Budgets Emerge. Defense & Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy 30:16-17 2002.

Bender, Bryan. Briefing: US Intelligence Reform. Jane's Defence Weekly 38:24-27 October 23, 2002.

Brennan, Christopher. Defending the Homeland. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 8:14-22 2002.
Part One: Municipal Agencies and the War on Terrorism: The Need to Develop Standard Guidelines, by Christopher Brennan, pp 14-15. Part Two: Partnerships are Key to Homeland Security in Pennsylvania, by Paul Davis, pp 16-18. Part Three: Rockland County New York has a Plan, by Arnold DePasquale, pp 20-22.

Briefing: US Homeland Security. Jane's Defence Weekly 37:22-23 April 10, 2002.

Brown, Raymond J. Get the Terrorist Threat Right. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 129:112 January 2003.

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

Chritton, Michael R. Assessing the Security of Drinking Water. Military Engineer 95:30-32 January-February 2003.

Cole, David. Patriot Act's Big Brother. Nation 276:6-7 March 17, 2003.
The Center for Public Integrity disclosed a leaked draft of the Bush's administration next round in the war on terrorism--the Domestic Security Enhancement Act (DSEA).
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9208882&db=aph

Flournoy, Michele A. Strengthening Security at Home. Joint Force Quarterly No.31:17-24 Summer 2002.

Hewish, Mark. On the Waterfront - and Beyond (Maritime Force Protection). Jane's International Defense Review 36:44-51 February 2003.

Intelligence Re-engineers for Homeland Security. Signal 57:35-37 November 2002.

Kenyon, Henry S. One Wavelength for Readiness. Signal 57:59-61 November 2002.

Kenyon, Henry S. Plowshares to Shields: Laboratories Convert Scientific Tools to Homeland Security Devices. Signal 57:39-40+ October 2002.

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

Leary, Warren E. Pentagon's Sturdy Design Saved Lives, Engineers Find. New York Times, p.A16, Op, January 24, 2003.
Reveals that the sturdiness and columns of the Pentagon limited the damage caused by the plane crash on September 11, 2001, according to a study conducted by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

Legacy Organizations Hinder Intelligence Effectiveness: Cold War Constructs are Ill-Suited for Anti-Terrorist Warfare. Signal 56:39-42 April 2002.

Modeling to Thwart Terrorism. Signal 57:45-46+ October 2002.

Mughal, Mohamed Athher and Fitton, Robert. Are We Ready? (Responding to Biological Terrorism). Armed Forces Journal International 140:42-44+ November 2002.

Oppenheimer, A. The Threat and Response to 'Dirty Bombs.' Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor5-6 February 2003.

Pell, Eve. Homeland Security X 50. Nation 274:20-23 June 3, 2002.
Discusses the proposals made by state governments that have worrisome implications for free speech or advance special interests. Examples of proposals such as that of Pennsylvania which aims to establish a crime called environmental terrorism or Oklahoma's definition of terrorism; The creation of an office or a commission on homeland security in every state in the U.S.; Suggestion by Anthony Romero, executive director of the ACLU of a two-pronged test that new state law should meet.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=6693577&db=aph

Prawdzik, Christopher. CST (Civil Support Teams) Protecting the Pastime. National Guard 56:24-25 November 2002.

Prawdzik, Christopher. Turned Heads (National Guard Completes 8-Month Security Mission in Commercial Airports). National Guard 56:30-31 June 2002.

Shenon, Philip. Balancing Act for Washington in Terror Alerts. New York Times, p.A1, Op, February 16, 2003.
Discusses intelligence-sharing among the White House, The FBI, CIA, Pentagon, Department of Homeland Security and other U.S. agencies since the September 11, 2001, attacks. Argues that the government's system for analyzing terrorist threats and sharing information is not making the public any safer.

Stein, Lisa. Border Disorder. U.S. News & World Report 134:17-18 February 10, 2003.
Congressional investigators reported they easily slipped into the U.S. using phony identifications. Director of Homeland Security vows to clamp down.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9041332&db=aph

Transportation Security and the War Against Terrorism: Implications for Defense Transportation: A Report by the National Defense Transportation Association. Defense Transportation Journal 58:6-9 August 2002.

Waller, Douglas. The CIA's Secret Army. Time 161:22-30 February 3, 2003.
Discusses the resurgence of paramilitary operations conducted by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). Description of the Special Operations Group (SOG) ; Previous reluctance of the CIA to become involved in paramilitary events; Changes at the CIA because of September 11, 2001 and George Tenet.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=8969238&db=aph

Walsh, Don. Tourism & Terrorism: A Difficult Journey Ahead for the Cruise Ship Industry. Sea Power 45:51-53 December 2002.

Weidenbaum, Murray. Economic Warriors Against Terrorism. The Washington Quarterly 25:43-52 Winter 2002.
What economic effects will last, or emerge, and what policies should be put in place to defend the U.S. economy, particularly economic expectations?

Human Rights and Liberties

 Internet Resources
Anti-Terrorism Measures in the United States Human Rights Watch World Report 2002: United States
Available online at: http://www.hrw.org/wr2k2/us.html#Anti-Terrorism%20Measures%20in%20the%20United%20State

CDT Patriot Act  Center for Democracy & Technology,
Available online at: http://www.cdt.org/issue/patriot-act
A coalition of organizations, law professors, and computer scientists supports a ten point statement regarding September 11, 2001, and have sent letters to the House and Senate Judiciary Committees urging prompt review of the Attorney General's Guidelines that in their view infringe upon citizens' first amendment rights.

Interested Persons Memo: Section-by-Section Analysis of Justice Department Draft “Domestic Security Enhancement Act of 2003,” Also Known as “PATRIOT Act IIAmerican Civil Liberties Union, February 14, 2003.
Available online at: http://www.aclu.org/SafeandFree/SafeandFree.cfm?ID=11835&c=206

On the USA Patriot ActAmerican Library Association,
Available online at: http://www.ala.org/Content/NavigationMenu/Our_Association/Offices/Intellectual_Freedom3/Intellectual_Freedom_Issues/USA_Patriot_Act.htm

The State of Civil Liberties: One Year Later: Erosion of Civil Liberties in the Post 9/11 EraCenter for Constitutional Rights,
Available online at: http://www.ccr-ny.org/v2/reports/docs/Civil_Liberities.pdf

Stop the Government from Turning Neighbor Against NeighborAmerican Civil Liberties Union,
Available online at: http://www.aclu.org/SafeandFree/SafeandFree.cfm?ID=10783&c=206
Action alert against Operation TIPS.

Books
Michaels, C. William. No Greater Threat: America After September 11 and the Rise of a National Security State: With a Detailed Analysis of the USA PATRIOT Act. New York, Algora Publishing, 2002. 336 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 M621n

Periodicals
Clymer, Adam. Congress Agrees to Bar Pentagon from Terror Watch of Americans. New York Times,p.A1, Op, February 12, 2003.
Reports that U.S. House and Senate negotiators have agreed that a Pentagon project to detect terrorists by monitoring Internet e-mail and commercial data-bases cannot be used against Americans.

Conaway, Janelle. Anti-Terrorism and Human Rights. Americas 55:52-53 March-April 2003.
Focuses on 'Report on Terrorism and Human Rights' from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights. Issue concerning human rights and the fight against terrorism; Aim of the report; Aspects of human rights analyzed by the report.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9216298&db=aph

Hardin, Steve. Openness, Privacy and National Security Post 9/11: A Debate. Bulletin of the American Society for Information Science 29:10-11 February-March 2003.
Discusses concerns of the American Society for Information Science and Technology on issues related to the impact of terrorism on various firms in the U.S. Installation of security systems; Effects of Freedom of Information Act on information-centered businesses; Decrease in the profitability of several companies.

Lacayo, Richard. The War Comes Back Home. Time 161:30-34 May 12, 2003.
Focuses on the measures sought by U.S. President George W. Bush to fight terrorism within the border of the United States. Decision of the Senate Intelligence Committee on a proposal to give the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and Pentagon the authority to investigate American citizens; Details of proposal with respect to the information the CIA and Pentagon could access from credit card companies, Internet providers, and other institutions; Discussion of balancing the needs for reform to ensure safety and constitutional protections; Other questions raised by the debate over how far officials can go in accessing information and prohibiting certain rights.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9674261&db=aph

Langley, Alison. U.S. Could Come Under Scrutiny of the U.N. Rights Commission. New York Times, p.A13, Op, March 28, 2003.
Reports on the 2003 session to be conducted by the United Nations Commission on Human Rights focusing on accusations that the U.S. is violating rights in its handling of people accused of terrorism and its counterterrorism measures.

Press, Eyal. In Torture we Trust? Nation 276:11-14 March 31, 2003.
Reports that sending United States captives to abusive allies, and other policies that potentially implicate the U.S. in torture, have been in use for months. The recent revelations have left human rights groups alarmed.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9321551&db=aph

Military Commissions-Tribunals 

Internet Resources
32 Code of Federal Regulations: Administrative Procedures Federal Register July 1, 2003.
Available online at: http://a257.g.akamaitech.net/7/257/2422/14mar20010800/edocket.access.gpo.gov/2003/pdf/03-16385.pdf
These rules promulgate policy, assign responsibilities, and prescribe procedures for the conduct of trials by a military commission appointed pursuant to regulations on Procedures for Trials by Military Commission of Certain Non-United States Citizens in the War Against Terrorism, and Military Order of November 13, 2001, ``Detention, Treatment, and Trial of Certain Non-Citizens in the War Against Terrorism."

Donohue, Laura K. Bias, National Security and Military TribunalsCriminology & Public Policy. July 2002.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=7081360&db=aph
Focuses on the prosecution of international terrorists; problems in the use of military tribunals; and the adequacy of ordinary courts for prosecuting acts of international terrorism.

Doyle, Charles. The USA Patriot Act: A Sketch CRS Report for Congress
Available online at: http://www.fas.org/irp/crs/RS21203.pdf

"Enemy Combatants" and Military Tribunals: A PathfinderNew York Public Library History and Social Sciences Department,
Available online at: http://www.nypl.org/branch/central_units/mm/hss/pathfinders/encomb.html
"A brief introduction to the background of military tribunals and the source of their authority in trying 'enemy combatants.' Some of the sources will provide varying perspectives on teh issue."

Military Commissions - Tribunals - Detainees
Available online at: http://www.au.af.mil/au/awc/awcgate/awc-law.htm#trib
Covers all aspects of military law relevant to military commissions: U.S. Constitution and U.S. Law; UCMJ & Manual for Courts-Martial; Rules of Evidence, etc. Prepared by the Air War College Gateway to Internet Resources.

Procedures for Trials by Military Commissions of Certain Non-United States Citizens in the War Against Terrorism Department of Defense Military Commission Order No. 1 March 21, 2002.
Available online at: http://www.lexnotes.com/docs/d20020321ord.pdf

Procedures for Trials by Military Commissions of Certain Non-United States Citizens in the War Against Terrorism ; Military Commission Instructions, et al; Final Rules Federal Register July 1, 2003.
Available online at: http://a257.g.akamaitech.net/7/257/2422/14mar20010800/edocket.access.gpo.gov/2003/pdf/03-16377.pdf

Smith, Brent L. The Prosecution and Punishment of International Terrorists in Federal Courts: 1980-1998. Criminology & Public Policy July 2002.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=7081349&db=aph
Reports the findings of a study by the American Terrorism Study on the prosecution and punishment of international terrorists in federal courts from 1980-1998. Lists indictees by terrorist group, and lists frequently used Federal statues for domestic terrorists. Discusses the use of military tribunals.

Who Should Deal with Foreign Terrorists on U.S. Soil? Socio-Legal Consequences of September 11 and the Ongoing Threat of Terrorist Attacks in America. Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy Spring 2002.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=6408827&db=bsh&tg=AN
Assesses the social and legal issues of terrorism in relation to the 9/11 attacks. Evaluation of police power and creation of military tribunals in preparation for national security.

Documents
Elsea, Jennifer. Treatment of 'Battlefield Detainees' Under the Geneva Conventions. Washington, Congressional Research Service, 2002. 5 p.
Doc. call no.: M-U 42953-45a

Periodicals
Baker, Kevin. War and Our Freedoms. American Heritage 53:32-33 May 2002.
Examines the power of military tribunals to order executions of noncitizens in the U.S. Assesses the suspension of habeas corpus for suspected terrorists.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=6392336&db=aph

Bravin, Jess. Court Rules U.S. can Detain American Combatants Abroad. Wall Street Journal- Eastern Edition  January 9, 2003.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=8885330&db=aph

Bravin, Jess. U.S. Prepares Tribunal System to Prosecute Alleged Terrorists. Wall Street Journal - Eastern Edition, p.A8, Op, December 10, 2002.
Reports on the preparation of the U.S. Defense Department for a system of military tribunals to prosecute suspected terrorists.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=8680956&db=aph

Cole, David. Guantanamo Gulag. Nation 276:5-6 June 9, 2003.
Reports on the prisoners being kept at Guantanamo Bay. Claims from the U.S. military that the detainees included murderers; Suggestion that some of the prisoners may have been detained by mistake; Consideration of the prisoner of war status of enemy combatants; How the prisoners at Guantanamo Bay include members of the Taliban and Al Qaeda terrorist organizations; Ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court on the case of Demore versus Kim.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9886661&db=aph

Dworkin, Ronald. The Trouble with the Tribunals. New York Review of Books 49:10 April 25, 2002.
Focuses on the government policy over the trials of suspected terrorists in the U.S. and the failure to consider the traditional rights of accused criminals. Discusses the implementation of rules governing the procedures of military tribunals.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=6694886&db=aph

Elvin, John. Federal Prosecutors Slow to Push Terror Cases. Insight on the News 18:34 July 15, 2002.
Reports on the increase in the rate of declinations, and the reasons, of international and domestic terrorism cases by U.S. federal prosecutors as of July 2002. Lists the states that have terrorism cases, and gives the range of charges in international terrorism cases.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=6988223&db=f5h

Justice Can't be Done in Secret. Nation 274:16-19 June 10, 2002.
Argues that the public and the media should have access to military tribunals for accused terrorists. Cites reasons why U.S. President Bush wants to have noncitizen terrorists tried in military tribunsals rather than federal courts.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=6730849&db=aph

Koh, Harold Hongju. Against Military Tribunals Dissent 49:58-62 Fall 2002.
Criticizes the U.S. government's prosecution of suspected terrorists before military commissions. Argues on the inability of the U.S. to lead an international campaign against terrorism under a rule-of-law banner.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=7521042&db=aph

Luxner, Larry. Do as we Say, Not as we Do. Middle East 334:16-19 May 2003.
The U.S. has shown profound interest in the treatment of political prisoners since the U.S. service men and women began falling into Iraqi hands. Yet the U.S. government do not want to discuss the Geneva Convention when it comes the 650 detainees being held in Cuba.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9811038&db=aph

Solis, Gary D. "Enemy Combatants" Should Worry Us. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 128:2 December 2002.

Military & Security

Internet Resources
International Contributions to the War on TerrorUnited States Central Command,
Available online at: http://www.centcom.mil/Operations/Coalition/joint.htm

The U.S. Military Counterterrorism Campaign in 2002: A Summary Patterns of Global Terrorism 2002
Available online at: http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/pgtrpt/2002/html/19994.htm

Books
Berkowitz, Bruce D. The New Face of War: How War will be Fought in the 21st Century.. New York, Free Press, 2003. 257 p.
Book call no.: 355.02 B513n

Sagan, Scott Douglas. The Spread of Nuclear Weapons: A Debate Renewed: With New Sections on India and Pakistan, Terrorism, and Missile Defense. New York, Norton, 2003.  220 p.
Book call no.: 355.0217 S129s

Periodicals
11 September: A Failure of Strategic Analysis. Armed Forces Journal International 140:12-13+ November 2002.

Ackerman, Robert K. Pacific Command Fights Terrorists on Multiple Fronts. Signal 57:17-20 November 2002.

Ackerman, Robert K. War Brings Intelligence Agency, Military Closer. Signal 57:17-20 October 2002.

Book, Elizabeth G. War on Terror Reaffirming Role of Special Operators. National Defense 87:32-33 February 2003.

Brown, Bryan. U.S. Army Special Operations: Fighting and Supporting the Global War on Terrorism. Army 52:181-182+ October 2002.

Champness, Michael. The Role of the US Air Force in Fighting Terrorism at Home. Aerospace Power Journal 16:101-105 Spring 2002.

Cox, Matthew. 'Ready, All the Time' (82nd Airborne Division). Army Times 63:20-21 February 10, 2003.

Cronin, Audrey Kurth. Rethinking Sovereignty: American Strategy in the Age of Terrorism. Survival 44:119-139 Summer 2002.

Litt, David. Special Ops Forces Are 'Tool of Choice'. National Defense 87:20-22 February 2003.

Mullin, Paul and Bartee, Jon. Put a Swat Team on Every Ship. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 128:30-33 December 2002.

O'Brien, Mike. Morality in Asymmetric War and Intervention Operations. RUSI Journal 147:40-44 October 2002.

Rumsfeld, Donald. Fiscal Year 2003 Defense Budget Testimony--Senate Armed Services Committee (Transcript). United States Department of Defense Speeches, 53 p, February 5, 2002.

Rumsfeld, Donald. Secretary Rumsfeld Speaks on "21st Century Transformation" of U.S. Armed Forces (transcript of remarks and question and answer period). United States Department of Defense Speeches, 26 p, January 31, 2002.
Remarks, National Defense University, Fort Mcnair, Washington, DC, January 31, 2001.

Rumsfeld, Donald and Bush, George W. President Signs Defense Appropriations Bill at the Pentagon. United States Department of Defense Speeches, 5 p, January 10, 2002.
Remarks, the Pentagon, January 10, 2002.

Sloan, Elinor. Terrorism and the Transformation of US Military Forces. Canadian Military Journal 3:19-24 Summer 2002.

Syvertson, Robert L. Impact of 9/11 and OEF (Operation Enduring Freedom) on LRMC (Landstuhl Regional Medical Center) Operations. U.S. Army Medical Department Journal52-55 October-December 2002.

Tice, Jim. Reservists Must Stay: Unit-Based Order Affects 25,000. Army Times 63:8 December 2, 2002.

Tice, Jim. Unit Will Cut Red Tape for Mobilized Reservists. Army Times 63:28-29 December 2, 2002.

Trowbridge, Gordon. 27 Days That Changed the Air Force: How the Service Mobilized after Sept. 11. Air Force Times 63:14-16 December 9, 2002.

Trowbridge, Gordon. Checkmate Gives War-Fighting Advice. Air Force Times 63:16 December 9, 2002.

Politics & Government

Internet Resources
U.S. Programs and Policy Patterns of Global Terrorism 2002
Available online at: http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/pgtrpt/2002/html/19993.htm

Books
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.
Book call no.: In Processing

Jewett, Robert. Captain America and the Crusade Agtainst Evil: The Dilemma of Zealous Nationalism. Grand Rapids, MI, W. B. Erdmans, 2003. 392
Book call no.: In Processing

Periodicals
11 September: A Failure of Strategic Analysis. Armed Forces Journal International 140:12-13+ November 2002.

Leading During Times of Trouble: A Roundtable Discussion of Recent Terror Events. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science 1:67-75 2003.
"Goal of this meeting was to synthesize for government and public health authorities some essential principles of leadership...."

Lieberman, Joe. Responsibility, Opportunity, and Community. Foreign Policy 135:59-60 March/April 2003.
Argues the importance of living up to the security responsibility of the U.S. against terrorists and states that sponsor terrorism.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9157869&db=aph

Makarenko, Tamara. Foreign Bases Complicate Terror Assessments in Central Asia. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:32-35 June 2003.

Schneider, William. Political Facts of Life may be Changing. National Journal 35:318 January 25, 2003.
Examines the impact of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on politics and government in the U.S. Gives rating of President Bush on the economy and public response to Bush's plans.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9083750&db=aph

Psychological Aspects

Internet Resources
Cochran, Barbara. 9/11 Images Dilemma: To Show or not to Show? Electronic MediaAugust 5, 2002,
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=7222818&db=aph
Comments on the emotional impact of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Gives criticisms of the news coverage of the attacks, and raises concerns about the images.

Dimen, Muriel. Day 2/Month 2. Psychoanalytic Dialogues 2002.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=7058574&db=aph
Examines the psychoanalytic, political and personal meaning of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in New York in September 11, 2001. Overview of the terrorist attack; Psychological effects of terrorism; Personal views on the terrorist attack.

Kohn, Carol. Long-Term Psychological Effects of Terrorism Examined. Bioterrorism Week September 16, 2002.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=7332940&db=aph
Examines the multiple challenges of a terrorist attack using chemical, biological, nuclear or radiological materials. Social and economic effects of the attack; Potential for an outbreak of mass sociogenic illness; Long-term consequences after the initial attack.

Moss, Donald. Does it Matter What the Terrorists Meant? Psychoanalytic Dialogues 2002.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=7058568&db=aph
Argues that terrorism aims to obliterate the conditions that distinguishes between situations of safety and situations of danger with a focus on the bombings in New York in September 11, 2001.

Books
Lincoln, Bruce. Holy Terrors: Thinking about Religion after September 11. Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 2003. 142 p.
Book call no.: 291.1787

Pyszczynski, Tom. In the Wake of 9/11: The Psychology of Terror. Washington, American Psychological Association, 2003. 225 p.
Book call no.: 155.935 P998i

Periodicals
Feldman, Sandra. A Sense of Security. National Journal 34:559 September 7, 2002.
Comments on the emotional impact of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on children.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=7355842&db=aph

Gearty, Conor. Terrorism and Morality. RUSI Journal 147:34-39 October 2002.

Hall, Molly J. The Psychological Impacts of Bioterrorism. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science 1:139-144 2003.

Klaidman, Daniel. Anatomy of the Threat. Newsweek 141:24-30 February 24, 2003.
Discusses the reaction of the United States' public to the Central Intelligence Agency's report that Al Qaeda was organizing another attack on the U.S. between the end of the hajj in mid-February 2003 and the beginning of the outbreak of war with Iraq.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9113199&db=aph

Kushner, Harvey W. Introduction. American Behavioral Scientist 46:697-698 February 2003.
Focuses on the nuclear and radiological terroristic threats facing the U.S. Arrests of suspected Al Qaeda members Abu Zubaydah and Jose Padilla; Fears of baby boomers regarding the treat in reference to the cold war with the Soviet Union they experienced.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9082022&db=aph

Leading During Times of Trouble: A Roundtable Discussion of Recent Terror Events. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science 1:67-75 2003.
"Goal of this meeting was to synthesize for government and public health authorities some essential principles of leadership...."

Yarvis, Jeffrey and Bordnick, Patrick. Psychological Intervention for 9/11 Military Mental Health Responders. U.S. Army Medical Department Journal34-44 January-March 2003.


Current Global Trends

   Countermeasures
   Economic Impact
   Political Trends

 



Countermeasures

Periodicals
Carey, Merrick. Does NATO Still have the Will? Sea Power 46:38-43 January 2003.

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

de Breadun, Deaglan. Bigger, not Better, at Fighting Terror. World Press Review 50:21-22 February 2003.
Comments on the impact of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on NATO, and the role of NATO in the War on Terrorism.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=8948643&db=aph

Eshel, David. Israel Hones Intelligence Operations to Counter Intifada. Jane's Intelligence Review 14:24-26 October 2002.

Gregory, Frank. The EU's Role in the War on Terror. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:14-17 January 2003.

Haseman, John. Indonesia's Changing Role in the War on Terrorism. Jane's Intelligence Review 14:46-49 November 2002.

Johnson, Rebecca and Zenko, Micah. All Dressed Up and No Place to Go: Why NATO Should Be on the Front Lines in the War on Terror. Parameters 32:48-63 Winter 2002-2003.

Lesure, Marie. No Room for Failure (Europe Intensifies Transnational Cooperation). Armed Forces Journal International 140:10-11 November 2002.

Naim, Moises. The Five Wars of Globalization. Foreign Policy 134:28-37 January/February 2003.
Discusses the effect of globalization on illegal trade in drugs, arms, intellectual property, people, and money. Recommends that governments adopt different strategies to deal with these issues; Difficulties of governments to demolish stateless, decentralized networks, such as al Qaeda.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=8786050&db=aph

Orszag-Land, T. The UN's Seaport Safety Regime. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor6 May 2003.
"The Un is calling for Europe's ports to adhere to a new secrity regime. The implementation of port security standards has brought to light many issues of sovereignty and economies of scale."

Orszag-Land, T. WHO Gets New Powers to Fight Bioterrorism. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor5-6 June 2003.

Orszag-Land, T. WHO Initiates Response to Terrorist Threat. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor5-6 April 2003.
The UN World Health Organization has established a rapid-response force to meet the threat of a biological or chemical attack.

Rathmell, Andrew. Controlling Computer Network Operations Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:215-232 May/June 2003.
Argues than multilateral norms such as codes of conduct be adopted as a way to protect the information environment.

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

Wolfowitz, Paul. Munich Conference on European Security Policy. United States Department of Defense Speeches, 6 p, February 2, 2002.
Delivered Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Munich, Germany, February 2, 2002.

 Economic Impact

 Internet Resources
Greenberg, Herb. A Risk Worth Taking. Fortune (Europe) March 17, 2003.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9352239&db=f5h
Israel isn't likely to be on the A list of many investors looking for international exposure. The looming war with Iraq and the memories of Scud missiles it evokes--not to mention those nightly TV reports of terrorist attacks--have made buying stocks of Israel-based companies seem increasingly perilous.

Periodicals
Emerging-Market Indicators. Economist 367:102 May 24, 2003.
Argentina's economy is rebounding strongly from its recession and financial crisis. Industrial output in the year to April 2003 grew by 7.1 percent in Russia and by 14.9 percent in China. Terrorist attacks in 2001 caused the biggest insurance losses ever from man-made events. The year 2002, however, saw a return to normal, as insurers suffered their biggest losses as a result of natural disasters.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9877228&db=aph

Political Trends 

Internet Resources
Flint, Colin. Political Geography II: Terrorism, Modernity, Governance and Governmentality. Progress in Human Geography March 2003.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9085790&db=aph
Identifies the five factors affecting political geography: Terrorism; Modernity; Geopolitics; Governance; Governmentality.

Outlook for 2002-03. Country Report. Canada May 2002.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=6684393&db=aph
Forecasts the economic and political trends in Canada for 2002-2003. Effect of the United States' war against international terrorism on the relationship between the U.S. and Canada.

U.S. EU Sign Terrorism Pacts June 25, 2003.
Available online at: http://www.cnn.com/2003/US/06/25/bush.eu/index.html
CNN.com report.

Books
Chomsky, Noam. Middle East Illusions: Including Peace in the Middle East? Reflections on Justice and Nationhood. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2003. 299
See chapters on "Al-Aqsa Intifada"; After 9/11: The 'War on Terror' Redeclared" and "A Changed World? Terrorism Reconsidered."
Book call no.: 956.04 C548m

From Laeken to Copenhagen: European Defence: Core Documents, compiled by Jean-Yves Haine. Paris, Institute for Security Studies, Western European Union, 2003. 280 p.
Book call no.: In Processing

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

Moens, Alexander. NATO and European Security: Alliance Politics from the End of the Cold War to the Age of Terrorism. Westport, CN, Praeger, 2003. 186 p.
Book call no.: In Processing

Muller, Harald. Terrorism, Proliferation: A European Threat Assessment. Paris, European Union Institute for Security Studies, 2003. 100 p.
Book call no.: 355.03304 M946t

Roach, Kent.  September 11:  Consequences for Canada.  Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press, 203.  272 p.
Book call no.:  971.071 S628s

Periodicals
Carey, Merrick. Does NATO Still have the Will? Sea Power 46:38-43 January 2003.

Codner, Michael. High Noon for British Grand Strategy. RUSI Journal 147:10-14 October 2002.

Criteria for NATO Admission Shift after 9/11. National Defense 87:38-39 October 2002.

de Breadun, Deaglan. Bigger, not Better, at Fighting Terror. World Press Review 50:21-22 February 2003.
Comments on the impact of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on NATO, and the role of NATO in the War on Terrorism.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=8948643&db=aph

Gregory, Frank. The EU's Role in the War on Terror. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:14-17 January 2003.

Haseman, John. Indonesia's Changing Role in the War on Terrorism. Jane's Intelligence Review 14:46-49 November 2002.

Howard, Michael. "9/11" and After: A British View. Naval War College Review 55:11-21 Autumn 2002.

Johnson, Rebecca and Zenko, Micah. All Dressed Up and No Place to Go: Why NATO Should Be on the Front Lines in the War on Terror. Parameters 32:48-63 Winter 2002-2003.

Lesure, Marie. No Room for Failure (Europe Intensifies Transnational Cooperation). Armed Forces Journal International 140:10-11 November 2002.

Payne, Sebastian. Britain's New Anti-Terrorist Legal Framework. RUSI Journal 147:44-52 June 2002.

Wolfowitz, Paul. Munich Conference on European Security Policy. United States Department of Defense Speeches, 6 p, February 2, 2002.
Delivered Hotel Bayerischer Hof, Munich, Germany, February 2, 2002.


                                                                 War on Terrorism

Internet Resources
Books
Documents
Periodicals

 


Internet Resources
DefendAMERICA.
Available online at: http://www.defendamerica.mil/
Latest news on the War on Terrorism from the U.S. Department of Defense. Links to background information, photos of equipment being used and audio and video libraries. Extensive links to all other U.S. government agencies involved in Operation Enduring Freedom and the war against terror are available from this site.

International Contributions to the War on TerrorUnited States Central Command,
Available online at: http://www.centcom.mil/Operations/Coalition/joint.htm

NATO and Other Allied Contributions to the War Against Terrorism
Available online at: http://www.nato.int/usa/allies.htm

Treasury Statement on UN Terrorism Report. FDCH Regulatory Intelligence Database August 29, 2002.
Available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=32W0266028168&db=mth
Since September 11th, the United States has been working very closely with the international community and the United Nations (UN)1390 Sanctions Committee on targeted financial sanctions to freeze the assets of terrorists and their networks.

U.S. EU Sign Terrorism Pacts June 25, 2003.
Available online at: http://www.cnn.com/2003/US/06/25/bush.eu/index.html
CNN.com report.

War Against Terror
Available online at: http://www.cnn.com/SPECIALS/2001/trade.center/
CNN.com indepth special.

Books
Bioterrorism: Guidelines for Medical and Public Health Management, edited by Donald A. Henderson. Chicago, American Medical Association, 2002. 244 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 B616

Dershowitz, Alan M. Why Terrorism Works: Understanding the Threat, Responding to the Challenge. New Haven, CT, Yale University Press, 2002. 271 p.
Book call no.: 303.625 D438w

Falk, Richard. The Great Terror War. New York, Olive Branch Press, 2003. 203 p.
Argues that the war against global terrorism will acknowledge the necessity of military force in the first phase, then rely on transnational law enforcement for the second phase; with the third phase addrssing the root causes of political extremism.
Book call no.: 973.931 F191g

Gunaratna, Rohan and Chalk, Peter. Jane's Counter Terrorism. Coulsdon, UK, Jane's Information Group, 2002. 214 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 K88c

Gupta, Amit. South Asia. Carlisle Barracks, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2003. 13 p.
Book call no.: 327.73054 G977s

Jewett, Robert. Captain America and the Crusade Agtainst Evil: The Dilemma of Zealous Nationalism. Grand Rapids, MI, W. B. Erdmans, 2003. 392
Book call no.: In Processing

Kellner, Douglas. From 9/11 to Terror War: The Dangers of the Bush Legacy. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield, 2003. 319 p.
Book call no.: 973.931 K29f

Malik, Mohan. Dragon on Terrorism: Assessing China's Tactical Gains and Strategic Losses Post-September 11. Carlisle Barracks, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, October 2002. 63 p.
Book call no.: 327.51073 M251d

Manwaring, Max G. Latin America. Carlisle Barracks, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2003. 15 p. (Strategic Effects of the Conflict with Iraq Special Series.)
Book call no.: 327.7308 M295L

Moore, Robin. The Hunt for Bin Laden: Task Force Dagger. New York, Random House, 2003. 373 p.
Book call no.: 363.320973 M823h

Saddam's Iraq: Face-Off in the Gulf, Reuters Ltd. Upper Saddle River, NJ, Reuters Prentice Hall, 2003. 179 p.
Book call no.: 956.7044 S124

Schechter, Danny. Media Wars: News at a Time of Terror. Landam, MD, Rowman & Littlefield, 2003. 234 p.
Book call no.: In Processing

Smith, Anthony L. Southeast Asia. Carlisle Barracks, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2003. 15 p.
Book call no.: 327.73059 S642s

Striking Terror: America's New War, edited by Robert B. Silvers and Barbara Epstein. New York, New York Review Books, 2002. 374 p.
Book call no.: 363.32 S917

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Contributions of Central Asian Nations to the Campaign Against Terrorism. Hearing. 107th Congress, 1st session, December 13, 2001. Washington, GPO, 2002. 33 p.
Book call no.: 327.73058 U58c

United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. "What's Next in the War on Terrorism?" A Compilation of Statements Before the Committee on Foreign Relations. Washington, GPO, 2002. 13 p.
Also available online at: http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS18448
Book call no.: 363.320973 W555

United States. President. National Strategy for Combating Terrorism. Washington, The White House, February 2003. 30 p.
Also available online at: http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/rm/2003/17798.htm
Book call no.: 363.320973 U582n

War After September 11, edited by Verna V. Gehring. Lanham, MD, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc, 2003. 99 p.
Book call no.: 172.42 W253

Worley, D. Robert. Waging Ancient War: Limits on Preemptive Force. Carlisle Barracks, PA, Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 2003. 48 p.
Also available online at: http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS29071
Book call no.: 355.020973 W927w

Documents
Du Mont, Robert B. Defining Terrorism. Newport, RI, Naval War College, 2002. 18 p.
Reviews many of the definitions of terrorism in current usage to determine if one can be developed that gives sufficient foundation for fighting the War on Terrorism.
Also available online at: http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA406502
Doc. call no.: M-U 41662 D893d

Glavy, Matthew G. The Relevancy of the Clausewitzian Trinity to the War on Terrorism. Quantico, VA, United States Marine Corps Command and Staff College, 2002. 47 p.
Argues that the teachings of Clausewitz are prescriptive rather than descriptive which allows his ideas to transcend time and are relevant to waging the War on Terrorism.
Also available online at: http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA406450
Doc. call no.: M-U 41886-71 G552r

Guerrero, Rustico O. Philippine Terrorism and Insurgency: What to do About the Abu Sayaaf Group. Quantico, VA, United States Marine Corps Command and Staff College, 2002. 61 p.
Asserts that the use of military force is necessary at the present, but a multidimensional approach that confronts the root causes of Philippine terrorism must be done to change the environment where terrorism grows.
Also available online at: http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA404925
Doc. call no.: M-U 41886-71 G935p

Snavely, Christopher B. Historical Perspectives on Developing and Maintaining Homefront Morale for the War on Terrorism. Monterey, CA, Naval Postgraduate School, 2002. 65 p.
Analyzes how Great Britain was able to develop and sustain homefront morale during World War II, and then analyzes the impact of the public loss of support in the U.S. for the Vietnam War. Both cases will address the applicability of the respective information campaign to the War on Terrorism.
Also available online at: http://handle.dtic.mil/100.2/ADA406051
Doc. call no.: M-U 42525 S669h

Periodicals
Ackerman, Robert K. Intelligence Technology Development Accelerates. Signal 56:27-30 June 2002.

Ackerman, Robert K. Pacific Command Fights Terrorists on Multiple Fronts. Signal 57:17-20 November 2002.

Aggressive Measures. Armed Forces Journal International 139:78-82 May 2002.
Assesses the effectiveness of the terrorism campaign of Israel. Capability of the Israeli air defense; Reaction of Israeli troops on the psychological war launched by Hizballah guerrillas; Number of soldiers killed by terrorist attacks in West Bank and Gaza Strip.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=6641078&db=aph

Ahmed, Samina. The United States and Terrorism in Southwest Asia: September 11 and Beyond. International Security 26:79-93 Winter 2001-2002.

Aldrich, Ray Lane. The Growing Importance of Languages in the Fight Against Terror. Military Intelligence 28:44-45 July-September 2002.

Alfano, Jose A. Medical Response to the Threat of Bioterrorism: Anthrax and Other Concerns. U,.S. Army Medical Department Journal34-37 October-December 2002.

Atkeson, Edward B. On Perfect War. Army 52:39-40 February 2002.

Bahgat, Gawdat. Iran, the United States, and the War on Terrorism. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 26:93-105 March 2003.
For more than two decades the United States has considered Iran the world's leading country in sponsoring international terrorism. Shortly after the September 11 attacks the two nations worked together to defeat Al Qaeda and the Taliban. This article examines the brief period of cooperation between Washington and Tehran in the war on terrorism.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9331056&db=aph

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

Birnbaum, Jeffrey H. Following the Money to Terror. Fortune 147:70 April 14, 2003.
Interviews Juan Zarate, deputy assistant treasury secretary who tracks the money of Al Qaeda and other terrorist organizations. Extensiveness of the search; Difficulties found in tracing terrorist money.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9438064&db=aph

Bodansky, Yossef. Osama Bin Laden and the Latest Phase in the US War on Terrorism. Defense & Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy 30:15-18 2002.

Bodansky, Yossef. A Wide and Complex War. Defense & Foreign Affairs Strategic Policy 30:4-7 2002.

Book, Elizabeth G. War on Terror Reaffirming Role of Special Operators. National Defense 87:32-33 February 2003.

Brown, Bryan. U.S. Army Special Operations: Fighting and Supporting the Global War on Terrorism. Army 52:181-182+ October 2002.

Burgess, Mark. The Afghan Campaign One Year On. Defense Monitor 31:1-3 September 2002.

Campbell, Kurth M. Globalization's First War? The Washington Quarterly 25:7-14 Winter 2002.
The War on Terrorism is the first major war in the age of globalization. Article asks the question "can globalization and a lengthy campaign against global terrorism coexist?"

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

Carothers, Thomas. Promoting Democracy and Fighting Terror. Foreign Affairs 82:84-98 January-February 2003.
Asserts that the suicide terror of September 11, 2001 was successful in many respects and could well become an attractive model for future terrorism. Perspective of Osama bin Laden, head of the Al Qaeda group; Exploitation of the news media for publicity goals; Provocation of a clash between Muslims and the 'Zionist-Crusader' alliance.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9258970&db=aph

Cebrowski, Arthur K. and Barnett, Thomas P. M. The American Way of War. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 129:42-43 January 2003.

Chellaney, Brahma. Fighting Terrorism in Southern Asia: The Lessons of History. International Security 26:94-116 Winter 2001-2002.

Cilluffo, Frank J. The Use and Limits of U.S. Intelligence. The Washington Quarterly 25:61-74 Winter 2002.
Responding to the terrorist threat requires significant investment, coordination, and retooling of the intelligence process.

Cilluffo, Frank J. and Rankin, Daniel. Fighting Terrorism NATO Review 49:12-15 Winter 2002.
Authors urge adoption of a flexible, coordinated and comprehensive strategy to fight terrorism.

Codner, Michael. High Noon for British Grand Strategy. RUSI Journal 147:10-14 October 2002.

Corera, Gordon. Special Operations Forces Take Care of War on Terror. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:42-47 January 2003.

Correll, John T. The Evolution of the Bush Doctrine. Air Force Magazine 86:30-37 February 2003.

Cox, Matthew. 'Ready, All the Time' (82nd Airborne Division). Army Times 63:20-21 February 10, 2003.

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

Davis, A. Xinjiang Separatists Lose Ground. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor10-12 April 2003.
Terrorist attacks by Uighur terrorists in the Chinese province of XinJiang have all but ended.

de Breadun, Deaglan. Bigger, not Better, at Fighting Terror. World Press Review 50:21-22 February 2003.
Comments on the impact of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on NATO, and the role of NATO in the War on Terrorism.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=8948643&db=aph

de Wijk, Rob. The Limits of Military Power The Washington Quarterly 25:75-92 Winter 2002.
Discusses the planning, investment, coordination and retooling that will be required of the U.S. Department of Defense in confronting terrorism.

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

Elliott, Michael. Why the War on Terror will Never End. Time 161:26-31 May 26, 2003.
Looks at reasons why the war on terrorism will never end.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9770732&db=aph

Frum, David. Unpatriotic Conservatices. National Review 55:32-40 April 7, 2003.
From the very beginning of the War on Terror, there has been dissent, and as the war has proceeded to Iraq, the dissent has grown more radical and more vociferous.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9396356&db=aph

Gaffney, Frank J. How to Win the War on Terrorism. Officer 79:31-34 December 2002.

Gearty, Conor. Terrorism and Morality. RUSI Journal 147:34-39 October 2002.

Goldstein, Lyle J. Making the Most of Central Asian Partnerships. Joint Force Quarterly No.31:82-90 Summer 2002.

Grant, Rebecca. An Air War Like No Other. Air Force Magazine 85:30-37 November 2002.

Gregory, Frank. The EU's Role in the War on Terror. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:14-17 January 2003.

Hartley, Keith. The Costs of War. RUSI Journal 147:16-19 October 2002.

Haseman, John. Indonesia's Changing Role in the War on Terrorism. Jane's Intelligence Review 14:46-49 November 2002.

Hill, John. China Joins US War on Terror. Jane's Intelligence Review 14:48-49 October 2002.

Hosmer, Bradley C. See the World Through Their Eyes. U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 128:96 December 2002.

Howard, Michael. "9/11" and After: A British View. Naval War College Review 55:11-21 Autumn 2002.

Hubbard, Robert L. Another Response to Terrorism: Reconstituting Intelligence Analysis for 21st Century Requirements. Defense Intelligence Journal 11:71-80 Winter 2002.

Janney, Hailes. Hunt for Terrorists Confounded by Somalia's Shifting Political Sands. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:20-21 June 2003.
Examines the challenges facing Western intelligence agencies in tracking down terrorists intent on using Somalis'a lawless cities as hiding places and logistics bases.

Johnson, Rebecca and Zenko, Micah. All Dressed Up and No Place to Go: Why NATO Should Be on the Front Lines in the War on Terror. Parameters 32:48-63 Winter 2002-2003.

Kagan, Frederick W. Did We Fail in Afghanistan? Commentary 115:39-45 March 2003.
Assesses the success of the U.S. war on terrorism in Afghanistan as of March 2003. Elimination of the Al Qaeda terrorist organization from the country; Details of the war; Drawbacks in the war plan; Objectives of the U.S. for attacking Afghanistan.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=9156125&db=aph

Kauppi, Mark V. Counterterrorism Analysis 101. Defense Intelligence Journal 11:39-53 Winter 2002.

Kayyem, Juliette N. and Roberts, Steven E. War on Terrorism will Compel Revisions to Posse Comitatus. National Defense 87:41-42 December 2002.

Kiper, Richard L. 'Find Those Responsible': The Beginnings of Operation Enduring Freedom. Special Warfare 15:3-5 September 2002.

Kreisher, Otto. In the Forefront of the War on Terror. Sea Power 45:41-46 December 2002.

Lan, Xinzhen. All-Round Fight Against Terrorism. Beijing Review 45:15-17 September 12, 2002.
Discusses China's intensification of its crackdown on East Turkistan terrorist forces. Suppression of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan and Chechen-based terrorist forces in Russia.

Litt, David. Special Ops Forces Are 'Tool of Choice'. National Defense 87:20-22 February 2003.

Low-Technology Foes Require High-Technology Detection. Signal 57:23-26 October 2002.

Makarenko, Tamara. Foreign Bases Complicate Terror Assessments in Central Asia. Jane's Intelligence Review 15:32-35 June 2003.

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

Munsey, Christopher. A Lot of Help from our Friends: Alliance in Fight Against Terrorism is Huge. Navy Times 52:30-31 March 17, 2003.

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

O'Brien, Kevin A. and Lev, Izhar. Information Operations and Counterterrorism. Jane's Intelligence Review 14:50-53 September 2002.

O'Brien, Mike. Morality in Asymmetric War and Intervention Operations. RUSI Journal 147:40-44 October 2002.

Orszag-Land, T. WHO Initiates Response to Terrorist Threat. Jane's Terrorism & Security Monitor5-6 April 2003.
The UN World Health Organization has established a rapid-response force to meet the threat of a biological or chemical attack.

Payne, Sebastian. Britain's New Anti-Terrorist Legal Framework. RUSI Journal 147:44-52 June 2002.

Peterson, Gordon I. Taking the Fight to the Enemy: Global War on Terrorism Continues. Sea Power 45:11-14+ December 2002.
Interview with Gen. Tommy R. Franks, Commander, U.S. Central Command.

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

Roche, James G. The War on Terrorism. Air Force Speeches, 7p, April 16, 2002.
Remarks to the World Affairs Council of Philadelphia, April 16, 2002.

Rogers, Paul. The War on Terror--One Year On. RUSI Journal 147:28-33 October 2002.

Rotar, Igor. Uzbekistan. Current Digest of the Post Soviet Press 53:18-19 January 9, 2002.
Focuses on the concerns of the Uzbekistan government for the antiterrorist operations in Afghanistan. Involvement of the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan in the counterterrorist operations; Presence of the international radical islamic party in Fergana Valley; Cooperation of president, Islam Karimov with the United States.

Rumsfeld, Donald. Fiscal Year 2003 Defense Budget Testimony--Senate Armed Services Committee (Transcript). United States Department of Defense Speeches, 53 p, February 5, 2002.

Rumsfeld, Donald and Bush, George W. President Signs Defense Appropriations Bill at the Pentagon. United States Department of Defense Speeches, 5 p, January 10, 2002.
Remarks, the Pentagon, January 10, 2002.

Sariibrahimoglu, Lale. Country Briefing: Turkey. Jane's Defence Weekly 39:16-18+ February 12, 2003.

Schroder, James A. Ambush at 80 Knots: Company B, 3/160th SOAR (Special Operations Aviation Regiment). Special Warfare 15:39-41 September 2002.

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

Shelfer, Katherine M. and Verner, June M. IMproving Counterterrorism Analysis: Using Scenarios to Support the Development and Use of Integrated Information Systems. Defense Intelligence Journal 11:55-70 Winter 2002.

Sinai, Joshua. How to Forecast Intentions, Capabilities and Likelihood of Terrorist Groups Resorting to Low Impact Catastrophic Warfare. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 9:19-22 2003.

Sinai, Joshua. A New Approach to Resolving Protracted Terrorist Insurgencies. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security 8:4-8 2002.
Argues that a government's counterinsurgency campaign must include a mix of military, law enforcement, political, diplomatic and socio-economic measures.

Smith, Daniel. The World at War - January 1, 2003. Defense Monitor 32:1-7 January-February 2003.

Spector, Regine A. Central Asia: More than Islamic Extremists. Washington Quarterly 25:193-207 Winter 2002.
Reports the integral participation of Central Asian republics in the U.S. campaign against terrorism. Launch of insurgencies by the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan in the republic; Consequences brought by the rise of the Taliban government for Central Asia; Economic conditions in Central Asia.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=5849864&db=aph

Stroz, Ed. Cyberterrorism: An Updated Outlook. Journal of Counterterrorism & Homeland Security International 8, No. 4:32-37 2002.

Trowbridge, Gordon. Checkmate Gives War-Fighting Advice. Air Force Times 63:16 December 9, 2002.

Weintraub, Sidney. Disrupting the Financing of Terrorism. The Washington Quarterly 25:53-60 Winter 2002.
Following the money trail is an essential element of the fight against terrorism.

Weymouth, Lally. The Former Face of Evil. Newsweek 141:36-38 January 20, 2003.
Presents an interview with Libyan leader Muammar Kaddafi, who revealed that Libya is providing intelligence to the U.S. about Al Qaeda.
Also available online at: http://search.epnet.com/direct.asp?an=8874579&db=aph

Winer, Jonathan M. and Roule, Trifin J. Fighting Terrorist Finance. Survival 44:87-103 Autumn 2002.

Wolfowitz, Paul. Gridiron Luncheon. United States Department of Defense Speeches, 8 p, March 9, 2002.
Remarks, Mclean, VA, March 9, 2002.


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