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Terrorism (IISS)

1st Edition

Routledge

688 pages

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This new two volume collection allows the reader to track the evolution of (primarily) Western thinking about terrorism over recent decades. Haunted, unsurprisingly, by the spectre of 11 September 2001, it gives writings of the late 1990s, in which authors come to terms with the emergence of a new form of terrorism, a particular poignancy. Articles written immediately after 9/11 show the search for context and meaning that followed the attacks. And essays since the attacks chart the development of the ‘war on terror’, and the various mutations of jihadi movements that continue to dominate headlines today.

Table of Contents

Terrorism: Critical Themes in Contemporary Security

Edited by IISS

Volume 1

Contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Part 1: CBRN Terror

  1. Richard A. Falkenrath, ‘Confronting Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Terrorism’, Survival, 40, 03, 1998, 43-65.
  2. Christopher F. Chyba, ‘Biological Terrorism and Public Health’, Survival, 43, 01, 2001, 93-106.
  3. Jonathan Stevenson, ‘Review Essay: Terrorism and Deterrence’, Survival, 46, 04, 2004, 179-185.
  4. Anna M. Pluta and Peter D. Zimmerman, ‘Nuclear Terrorism: A Disheartening Dissent’, Survival, 48, 02, 2006, 55-69.
  5. Jean-Louis Gergorin, ‘Iran: Breaking the Deadlock’, Survival, 51, 03, 2009, 19-25.
  6. Jasper Pandza, ‘Managing the Consequences of Nuclear Terrorism’, Survival, 53, 05, 2011, 129-142.
  7. Part 2: Current Trends and Organisations

  8. Lawrence Tal, ‘Dealing with Radical Islam: The Case of Jordan’, Survival, 37, 03, 1995, 139-156.
  9. Jonathan Stevenson, ‘Review Essay: Terrorism: New Meets Old’, Survival, 43, 02, 2001, 153-160.
  10. Tim Judah, ‘The Taliban Papers’, Survival, 44, 01, 2002, 69-80.
  11. Fidel Sendagorta, ‘Jihad in Europe: The Wider Context’, Survival, 47, 03, 2005, 63-72.
  12. Daniel Byman, ‘Passive Sponsors of Terrorism’, Survival, 47, 04, 2005, 117-144.
  13. Peter R. Neumann, ‘Europe's Jihadist Dilemma’, Survival, 48, 02, 2006, 71-84.
  14. David C. Gompert, ‘"Underkill": Fighting Extremists amid Populations’, Survival, 51, 02, 2009, 159-174.
  15. Simon Chesterman, ‘Privacy and Surveillance in the Age of Terror’, Survival, 52, 05, 2010, 31-46.
  16. James P. Farwell, ‘Jihadi Video in the "War of Ideas"’, Survival, 52, 06, 2010, 127-150.
  17. Seth G. Jones, ‘Syria's Growing Jihad’, Survival, 55, 04, 2013, 53-72.
  18. Henri J. Barkey, ‘Turkey's Syria Predicament’, Survival, 56, 06, 2014, 113-134.
  19. Toby Dodge, ‘Can Iraq Be Saved?’, Survival, 56, 05, 2014, 7-20.
  20. James P. Farwell, ‘The Media Strategy of ISIS’, Survival, 56, 06, 2014, 49-55.
  21. Charles Lister, ‘Assessing Syria's Jihad’, Survival, 56, 06, 2014, 87-112.
  22. Volume 2

    Contents

    Acknowledgements

    Part 3: International Terrorism

  23. Brian Jenkins, ‘International Terrorism: A Balance Sheet’, Survival, 17, 04, 1975, 158-164.
  24. Andrew J. Pierre, ‘Coping with International Terrorism’, Survival, 18, 02, 1976, 60-67.
  25. Fawaz A. Gerges, ‘The Decline of Revolutionary Islam in Algeria and Egypt’, Survival, 41, 01, 1999, 113-125.
  26. Jeremy Shapiro and Bénédicte Suzan, ‘The French Experience of Counter-terrorism’, Survival, 45, 01, 2003, 67-98.
  27. David Omand, ‘Countering International Terrorism: The Use of Strategy’, Survival, 47, 04, 2005, 107-116.
  28. Ray Takeyh, ‘Iran, Israel and the Politics of Terrorism’, Survival, 48, 04, 2006, 83-96.
  29. Timo Noetzel & Thomas Rid, ‘Germany's Options in Afghanistan’, Survival, 51, 05, 2009, 71-90.
  30. Marisa L. Porges, ‘Deradicalisation, the Yemeni Way’, Survival, 52, 02, 2010, 27-33.
  31. Nigel Inkster, Review Essay: ‘The Enigma of Pakistan’, Survival, 54, 02, 2012, 167-178.
  32. Christopher Phillips, ‘Syria's Torment’, Survival, 54, 04, 2012, 67-82.
  33. Part 4: United States

  34. ‘American Draft Convention on Terrorism 25 September 1972’, Survival, 15, 01, 1973, 32-34.
  35. Steven Simon and Daniel Benjamin, ‘America and the New Terrorism’, Survival, 42, 01, 2000, 59-75.
  36. Olivier Roy, Bruce Hoffman, Reuven Paz, Steven Simon and Daniel Benjamin, ‘America and the New Terrorism: An Exchange’, Survival, 42, 02, 2000, 156-172.
  37. David C. Gompert, ‘The Day After: An Assessment. An American Perspective on 11 September’ Survival, 43, 04, 2001 137 -142.
  38. Audrey Kurth Cronin, ‘Rethinking Sovereignty: American Strategy in the Age of Terrorism’, Survival, 44, 02, 2002, 119-139.
  39. Philip H. Gordon, ‘Review Essay: American Choices in the "War on Terror"’, Survival, 46, 01, 2004, 145-155.
  40. Daniel Byman, ‘US Counter-terrorism Options: A Taxonomy’, Survival, 49, 03, 2007, 121-150.
  41. Jonathan Stevenson, ‘Echoes of Gunfire: bin Laden, the US and the Greater Middle East’, Survival, 53, 03, 2011, 11-18.
  42. Christopher J. Fettweis, ‘Threatlessness and US Grand Strategy’, Survival, 56, 05, 2014, 43-68.
  43. Part 5: War and Terror

  44. D. V. Segre and J. H. Hndler, ‘The Ecology of Terrorism’, Survival, 15, 04, 1973, 178-183.
  45. ‘WMD Terrorism: An Exchange’, Survival, 40, 04, 1998, 168-183.
  46. Michael Kenney, ‘From Pablo to Osama: Counter-terrorism Lessons from the War on Drugs’, Survival, 45, 03, 2003, 187-206.
  47. Gilles Andréani, ‘The "War on Terror": Good Cause, Wrong Concept’, Survival, 46, 04, 2004, 31-50.
  48. Adam Roberts, ‘The "War on Terror" in Historical Perspective’, Survival, 47, 02, 2005, 101-130.
  49. Jonathan Stevenson, ‘Demilitarising the "War on Terror"’, Survival, 48, 02, 2006, 37-54.
  50. Raffaello Pantucci, ‘Review Essay: Al-Qaeda 2.0’, Survival, 50, 06, 2008, 183-192.
  51. Nigel Inkster, Robert Whalley, Matthew C. Waxman and Sibylle Scheipers, ‘Forum: Europe, Guantanamo and the "War on Terror": An Exchange’, Survival, 51, 03, 2009, 55-70.

Index

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
HIS027000
HISTORY / Military / General
POL012000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Freedom & Security / International Security
POL037000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Freedom & Security / Terrorism