Developing ideas established in the successful first edition, this new version of America's War on Terror updates and expands the original collection of essays, allowing the reader to fully understand how the causes of the war on terror, both the domestic and foreign policy implications, and the future challenges faced by the United States have moved on since 2003. Features include: "
Tom Lansford is a professor from the University of Southern Mississippi, USA. Robert P. Watson is an Associate Professor and Director of American Studies at Lynn University, USA. Jack Covarrubias is an Assistant Professor at the University of Southern Mississippi, USA
’With this updated version, the authors have made a significant contribution to the scholarly understanding of the complexities of the US-led war on terrorism. America's War on Terror, Second Edition supplies experts with a number of different yet essential vantage points into the foreign policymaking process and issue areas that characterize and define US counterterrorism policy.’ Chris J. Dolan, Lebanon Valley College, USA '...presents a timely and comprehensive analysis of the background, consequences and challenges of the war on terror. It addresses such diverse and complementary topics as budgetary priorities, military power, homeland security and presidential leadership. The interdisciplinary approach, careful research and clear writing recommend this text highly to students and scholars alike.' Meena Bose, Hofstra University, USA