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This paper aims to provide a selected bibliography of resources, in print and electronic format, that focus on terrorism. This guide aims to aid librarians in making decisions about developing and maintaining collections on the topic. The authors consulted a variety of sources, including the Library of Congress catalog, WorldCat, Bowker's Global Books in Print database, book reviews in Choice , Booklist , and in journals within terrorism studies. As John Jay College of Criminal Justice is home to The Center on Terrorism and the college offers an MA Certificate Program in Terrorism Studies, the authors also consulted the college library collection that supports these scholarly activities on terrorism at the college. Included in this guide are print and electronic encyclopedias, books, periodicals, databases, and websites covering terrorism. Focusing on research conducted and published since , it is also intended as a guide for public and academic librarians who develop, maintain, or evaluate a collection on the topic. Okamoto, K.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Thomas Published Political Science. Following the terrorist attacks on America on 11 September , the New Labour government enacted an unprecedented amount of terrorism legislation in the form of the Anti-Terrorism, Crime and Security Act , the Prevention of Terrorism Act , the Terrorism Act , and finally the Counter-Terrorism Act Save to Library. Create Alert. Launch Research Feed.
Published: 24 March Suez Canal University, Egypt. Download Full-Text Pdf. In the past decades, Egypt has suffered a lot from terrorism, but after the June 30 revolution in , there was unprecedented political terrorism, without international attention to what was occurred in Egypt, The ambiguity of the concept of political terrorism has given a strong sense of concern for this phenomenon, which led to the attempt to develop the concept of terrorism in general and political terrorism in particular. The problem of the study shows the ambiguity surrounding the idea of political terrorism, which has a various meanings, and there is still no comprehensive definition of it. And the failure of the United Nations Organization to take a decisive situation towards the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt, is a big question mark?
Algeria, Libya, Morocco and Tunisia should go beyond security and military measures to address persistent local grievances and tensions that ISIS has proven adept in exploiting. In this sense, and while ISIS does not consider the Maghreb its main arena for any of those three forms of activity, how it performed in the region, and how states reacted to its rise, tells us a lot about the organisation. To much of the outside world, Tunisia is known equally for its relatively successful democratic transition as for the fact that it boasts the highest ratio per capita of people who have joined ISIS to fight outside their country. But its ability to recruit in these countries suggests a series of factors that gave rise to a more conducive environment: a demand for a quasi-revolutionary, anti-establishment discourse and practice, especially among young people who blame their relative deprivation on structural injustice chiefly Tunisia ; a security apparatus in disarray Libya and Tunisia ; the ascent and subsequent reining in of a more political, pragmatic form of Islamism Tunisia ; the presence of pre-existing networks of a jihadist or militant variety Libya, Tunisia and Morocco ; and either lack of regional or international coordination or, worse, regional actors backing rival groups Libya. Progress has been made to address several of these matters, but not all, and almost certainly not in a sustainable manner.
Start reading Blood and Rage for free online and get access to an unlimited library of academic and non-fiction books on Perlego. A Cultural history of Terrorism A far-reaching history of terrorism across the world from its beginnings to the.
The burly American was escorted by Pakistani policemen into a crowded interrogation room. Amid a clatter of ringing mobile phones and cross talk among the cops speaking a mishmash of Urdu, Punjabi and English, the investigator tried to decipher the facts of the case. On the jumpy video footage of the interrogation, he reached beneath his checkered flannel shirt and produced a jumble of identification badges hanging around his neck. This is Islamabad.
This chapter considers the evolution of terrorist violence across the twentieth century, from the nationalist and anarchist groups that emerged at the end of the nineteenth century through to the September Al Qaeda terrorist attacks in America.
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