- War on Terrorism, 2001-
- 0761988734 :
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Introduction - Gus Martin Chapter 1. Prologue: Rethinking Policy and Theory in the New Era of Terrorism Rethinking Terrorism and Counterterrorism Since 9/11 - BruceHoffman The Unipolar Moment Revisited - Charles Krauthammer Foreword: Freedom and Security After September 11 - Viet Dinh PART 1. CONCEPTUALIZING THE THREAT IN THE NEW ERA Chapter 2. The New Era in Perspective A Historical Analysis of Mass Casualty Bombers - Chris Quillen Harbinger or Aberration? A 9/11 Provocation - John Mueller The Imbalance of Terror - Therese Delpech Chapter 3. Defining Terrorism in the New Era Terrorism: The Problem of Definition Revisited - H.H.A. Cooper Mixed Message: Arab and Muslim Response to 'Terrorism' - Mustafa Al Sayyid Choices of Law, Choices of War - Noah Feldman Chapter 4. Causes of Terrorism in the New Era Cross-Regional Trends in Female Terrorism - Karla J. Cunningham God and Mammon: Does Poverty Cause Militant Islam? - Daniel Pipes The Radical Right After 9/11 - Daniel Levitas PART 2: TERRORIST BEHAVIOR IN THE NEW ERA Chapter 5. Exotic Terrorism What it Takes to Become a Nuclear Terrorist - Friedrich Steinhausler The Rise of Complex Terrorism - Thomas Homer-Dixon The Culture of Martyrdom: How Suicide Bombing Became not Just a Means but an End - David Brooks Chapter 6. The New Era of Religious Terrorism Just War, Jihad, and Terrorism: A Comparison of Western and Islamic Norms for the Use of Political Violence - Adam L. Silverman Must Innocents Die? The Muslim Debate Over Suicide Attacks - Haim Malka The New Terrorism: Securing the Nation Against a Messianic Foe - Steven Simon Chapter 7. The Near-Future of Terrorism The Terrorist Calculus Behind 9-11: A Model for Future Terrorism? - Brigitte L. Nacos Can Terrorists Get the Bomb? - Gary Milhollin Russia, Islam, and the War on Terrorism: An Uneasy Future - Ariel Cohen PART 3: WHAT IS TO BE DONE? POLICY CHOICES IN THE NEW ERA Chapter 8. Issues and Challenges for Counterterrorism There Are No Rules' (George W. Bush): International Order After September 11 - Andrew Hurrell Rights, Liberties, and Security: Recalibrating the Balance After September 11 - Stuart Taylor, Jr. A Nasty Business - Bruce Hoffman Chapter 9. Counterterrorist Options in the New Era Terrorism and the Use of Force - Geir Ulfstein A New Strategy for the New Face of Terrorism - Paul L. Bremer, III Smarter Intelligence - John Deutch and Jeffrey H. Smith Chapter 10. Forging Alliances in the New Era The End of the Unipolar Moment? September 11 and the Future of World Order - Steve Smith The Future of International Coalitions: How Useful? How Manageable? - Paul Dibb They the People: Our Abandoned Muslim Allies - Azar Nafisi
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