Interesting Newsweek article – Does Killing Terrorists Actually Prevent Terrorism?
Here’s a great 1-hour presentation, “Understanding the Enemy: Counterterrorism and al Qaeda,” by Bill Braniff
Two new publications of interest for terrorism researchers: The Sentinel, Vol. 3, Issue 5 (May 2010) Contents include: Riyaz Bhatkal and the Origins of the Indian Mujahidin, by Praveen Swami Salafi-Jihadi Activism in Gaza: Mapping the Threat, by Benedetta BertiThe Virtual Jihad: An Increasingly Legitimate Form of Warfare, by Akil Continue Reading
Today, the Obama administration released it’s new National Security Strategy. Naturally, if you are visiting this website you will probably find this to be of interest. Personally, I’m pleased to see the new, stronger emphasis on global engagement. In today’s world of globalized transportation, finance and information, terrorist groups of Continue Reading
Conference Announcement – 2010 International Security Studies (ISAISSS/ISAC) annual conference (Providence, RI – October 14-16, 2010) Conference Announcement – Terrorism and New Media: Building a Research Network (Dublin City University, 8-9 September 2010) – Plenary speakers include Jarret Brachman and John Horgan Call for Authors: Praeger Security International series – Continue Reading
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