Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 2008 - Abstracts

Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 2008
An appraisal of the Radical Animal Liberation Movement in Switzerland: 2003 to March 2007.Sociology and social workFlukiger, Jean-Marc
Connecting terrorist networks.(Jemaah Islamiyah and Al Qaeda)(Case study)Sociology and social workAtran, Scott, Magouirk, Justin, Sageman, Marc
Creating the ideology of Al Qaeda: from hypocrites to Salafi-Jihadists.Sociology and social workHellmich, Christina
Democracy, Al Qaeda, and the causes of terrorism: a strategic analysis of U.S. policy.Sociology and social workFreeman, Michael
Misuse of passports: identity fraud, the propensity to travel, and international terrorism.Sociology and social workRudner, Martin
Modeling hostage-taking: on reputation and strategic rationality of terrorists.Sociology and social workNax, Heinrich Harald
Strengths and weaknesses of grassroot jihadist networks: the Madrid bombings.Sociology and social workManas, Javier Jordan Fernando M.
Terrorists, insurgents, and criminals - growing nexus?(Case study)Sociology and social workOehme, Chester G., III
The alliance system of the Abu Sayyaf, 1993-2000.Sociology and social workUgarte, Eduardo F.
The logic of terrorist target choice: an examination of Chechen rebel bombings from 1997-2003.Sociology and social workMcCartan, Lisa M., Masselli, Andrea, Rey, Michael, Rusnak, Danielle
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