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International terrorism and the 'war' against it have come to define the age
in which we live. The threat of terrorist attacks and the measures taken by
governments around the world to prevent such atrocities are now part of our
daily lives. But what exactly do we mean by global terrorism? Why does it
occur? And, most importantly, what can be done about it?
This book explores global terror from a range of perspectives - from the
impact of terrorism on the international system to the American 'War on Terror'
and the individual motivations of the suicide bomber. Core themes such as the
funding of terrorist groups and the roles of intelligence-gathering and
international law in combating terrorism are fully explored. The volume also
offers in-depth analyses of the relationship between globalization and
terrorism as well as regional and country-based responses to the rise of
terrorist networks in Europe, Russia, Southeast Asia and Africa.
Understanding Global Terror includes a thought-provoking preface by Philip C.
Bobbitt and contributions from Christopher Ankersen, Alexander Bialsky, James
Boutilier, Chris Brown, Michael Cox, Lawrence Freedman, Margot Light,
Christopher Mackmurdo, Kerry Lynn Nanikvell, Martin Navias, Ami Pedahzur, Arie
Perliger, Dinah Pokempner, Timothy Shaw, and William Wallace.