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01.New Technology: Terrorism and an International Prevention-Repression Strategy
02.Terrorism Issues: Threat Assessment , Consequences and Prevention
03.Global Terrorism Issues and Developments
04.Nonviolence: An Alternative for Defeating Global Terror(ism)
05.Religion, Terrorism and Globalization: Nonviolence - A New Agenda
06.Bioterrorism: Prevention, Preparedness and Protection
07.The Global War on Terrorism: Assessing the American Response
08.China and Antiterrorism
09.Foreign Terrorist Organizations: History Tactics and Connections
10.The New Taliban: Emergence and Ideological Sanctions
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Editors: Edward V. Linden
Book Description:
As events in London, New York, Madrid, Moscow, Tokyo and numerous other cities testify to, the war on terrorism has evolved into World War III. It is a 21st century war where the enemy lurks behind computers, disguises and often moles into society until the time is right to strike. It is a war where preparations are necessary but seemingly impossible to complete. This new handbook comprises an important collection of articles dealing with all aspects of terrorism including September 11, foreign terrorism activities, homeland security, intelligence, international cooperation, strategy, geopolitical factors, and military responses.

Table of Contents:

Chapter 1. Federal Research and Development for Counter Terrorism: Organization, Funding, and Options, pp. 1-
(Genevieve J. Knezo)

Chapter 2. Terrorism: Military Responses, pp. 55
(Ronald O’Rourke)

Chapter 3. Operation Enduring Freedom: Foreign Pledges of Military & Intelligence Support, pp. 61
(David J. Gerleman, Jennifer E. Stevens and Steven A. Hildreth)

Chapter 4. Terrorism: Section by Section Analysis of the USA PATRIOT Act, pp. 75
(Charles Doyle)

Chapter 5. Terrorism: NATO and the European Allies, pp. 133
(Paul Gallis)

Chapter 6. Terrorism: Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process, pp. 137
(Carol Migdalovitz)

Chapter 7. Terrorism: Diplomacy, pp. 143
(Francis T. Miko)

Chapter 8. Terrorism, the Future, and U.S. Foreign Policy, pp. 149
(Raphael F. Perl)

Chapter 9. Terrorism: International Treaties, pp. 169
(Marjorie Ann Browne)

Chapter 10. Afghanistan, the Taliban, and bin Laden, pp. 173
(Kenneth Katzman)

Chapter 11. al Qaeda, pp. 177
(Kenneth Katzman)

Chapter 12. Maritime Security: Overview of Issues, pp. 183
(John Frittelli)

Chapter 13. Terrorism: Central Asia, pp. 191
(Carl Ek)

Chapter 14. Terrorism: Pakistan, pp. 195
(Barbara LePoer)

Chapter 15. Terrorism: Russia, pp. 199
(Stuart D. Goldman)

Chapter 16. Terrorism: People’s Republic of China (PRC), pp. 205
(Shirley Kan and Kerry Dumbaugh)

Chapter 17. Terrorism: India, pp. 209
(Barbara LePoer)

Chapter 18. Terrorism: East Asia (Excluding China), pp. 213
(Larry Niksch, Richard Cronin, and Mark Manyin)

Chapter 19. State-Supported Terrorism, pp. 219
(Raphael F. Perl and Kenneth Katzman)

Chapter 20. Terrorism: Tourism, pp. 223
(Duane A. Thompson)

Chapter 21. The Terrorist Attacks: Economic Implications for Agriculture, pp. 227
(Geoffrey S. Becker)

Chapter 22. Terrorism: Layoffs and Unemployment Benefits, pp. 233
(Celinda Franco and Linda Levine)

Chapter 23. Small Business Disaster Assistance: Responding to the Terrorist Attacks, pp. 237
(Bruce K. Mulock)

Chapter 24. Unemployment Related to Terrorist Attacks: Proposals To Assist Affected Workers in the Airlines and Related Industries, pp. 243
(Paul J. Graney)

Chapter 25. Terrorism: Airline Industry Turmoil, pp. 249
(John W. Fischer)

Chapter 26. Terrorism: Economy-Wide Implications and the Fiscal-Monetary Policy Response, pp. 253
(Marc Labonte)

Chapter 27. Terrorism: World Economies, pp. 257
(Dick K. Nanto)

Chapter 28. Terrorism Insurance – The 2002 Marketplace, pp. 261
(S. Roy Woodall, Jr.)

Chapter 29. War Bonds: Options for Financing Terrorism Response Activities, pp. 267
(Marc Labonte and Steven Maguire)

Chapter 30. The September 11 Victim Compensation Fund of 2001, pp. 271
(Henry Cohen)

Chapter 31. Impact of Terrorist Attacks on the U.S. Insurance Industry, pp. 279
(Rawle O. King)

Chapter 32. Insurance Industry Response to Terrorist Attacks, pp. 285
(Rawle O. King)

Chapter 33. Terrorism: Health Insurance for Displaced Workers, pp. 291
(Julie Stone and Jean Hearne)

Chapter 34. Terrorism Insurance in the Post September 11 Marketplace, pp. 297
(S. Roy Woodall, Jr. )

Chapter 35. Insurance Exclusion Clauses: Excluding War Risks and Terror Risks from Insurance Contracts, pp. 303
(Christopher A. Jennings)

Chapter 36. Terrorism Risk Insurance: A Summary of Legislative Proposals, pp. 319
(Rawle O. King)

Chapter 37. Terrorism Emergency Supplemental, pp. 331
(Larry Nowels)

Chapter 38. Biological Weapons, pp. 335
(Steve Bowman)

Chapter 39. The Biological Weapon: A Poor Nation’s Weapon of Mass Destruction, pp. 357
(Terry N. Mayer)

Chapter 40. Twenty-First Century Germ Warfare, pp. 371
(Robert P. Kadlec)

Chapter 41. Biological Weapons for Waging Economic Warfare, pp. 387
(Robert P. Kadlec)

Chapter 42. Terrorism and the Law of War: Trying Terrorists as War Criminals before Military Commissions, pp. 399
(Jennifer Elsea)

Chapter 43. Law of War: Trying Terrorists as War Criminals, pp. 441
(Jennifer Elsea)

Chapter 44. Selected Aviation Security Legislation in the Aftermath of the September 11 Attack, pp. 449
(Robert S. Kirk)

Chapter 45. Bioterrorism: Legislation to Improve Public Health Preparedness and Response Capacity, pp. 489
(C. Stephen Redhead and Donna Vogt and Mary E. Tiemann)

Chapter 46. Terrorist Attacks and National Emergency Declarations, pp. 521
(Harold C. Relyea)

Chapter 47. Terrorism and Security Issues Facing the Water Infrastructure Sector, pp. 527
(Claudia Copeland and Betsy Cody)

Chapter 48. Recovery from Terrorist Attacks: A Catalog of Selected Federal Assistance Programs, pp. 535
(Ben Canada)

Chapter 49. Intelligence to Counter Terrorism: Issues for Congress, pp. 545
(Richard A. Best, Jr.)

Chapter 50. Terrorism Legislation: Uniting and Strengthening America (USA) Act of 2001, S. 510 as Passed by the Senate and H.R. 2975/H.R. 3108 as Passed by the House, pp. 563
(Charles Doyle)

Chapter 51. International Capital Flows Following the September 11 Attacks, pp. 569
(James K. Jackson)

Chapter 52. Money Laundering: Current Law and Proposals, pp. 575
(M. Maureen Murphy)

Chapter 53. Terrorism: Money Laundering; Legal Tools Available, pp. 583
(M. Maureen Murphy)

Chapter 54. Treatment of ‘Battlefield Detainees’ in the War on Terrorism, pp. 587
(Jennifer Elsea)

Chapter 55. Trying Terrorists as War Criminals, pp. 625
(Jennifer Elsea)

Chapter 56. Trying Terrorists by Military Commission, pp. 633
(Jennifer Elsea)

Chapter 57. Terrorism: Food Safety and Agriculture, pp. 639
(Alex Segarra and Jean M. Rawson)

Chapter 58. Terrorism: Economic Implications for Agriculture, pp. 645
(Geoffrey S. Becker)

Chapter 59. Agroterrorism: Options in Congress, pp. 649
(Alejandro E. Segarra)

Chapter 60. Terrorism: Emergency Federal Powers, pp. 675
(M. Maureen Murphy and Jeanne J. Grimmett)

Chapter 61. The Impact of the World Trade Center Attack on the Financial System, pp. 679
(Mark Jickling and William D. Jackson)

Chapter 62. Nuclear Terrorism, pp. 685
(Jonathan Medalia)

Chapter 63. Terrorism: Media Access to National Security Information Constitutional Questions, pp. 691
(Jennifer Elsea)

Chapter 64. Terrorist & Civil Liberties, pp. 695
(Charles Doyle)

Chapter 65. Terrorism: Ethnic Profiling, pp. 701
(Garrine P. Laney)

Chapter 66. First Responder Initiative: An Overview of the Administration’s Proposal, pp. 705
(Ben Canada)

Chapter 67. State and Local Preparedness for Terrorism: Policy Issues and Options, pp. 711
(Ben Canada)

Chapter 68. The September 11 Victim Compensation Fund of 2001, pp. 739
(Henry Cohen)

Chapter 69. Big Oil, bin Laden, and the Great Game: Impressions of Central Asia in 1998 and 2001, pp. 749
(Robert C. Rickards)

Chapter 70. Terrorism, the Future and U.S. Foreign Policy, pp. 771
(Rensselaer Lee and Raphael Perl)

Chapter 71. Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Terrorist Threat, pp. 789
(Steve Bowman)

Chapter 72. Aviation Security, pp. 797
(Gerald L. Dillingham, L. Elaine Halchin and J. Glen Moore)

Chapter 73. Bio/Chemical Terrorism, pp. 813
(Janet Heinrich, Henry L. Hinton, Jr., Alex Segarra and Jean M. Rawson)

Chapter 74. Terrorism: Water Supply Infrastructure, pp. 845
(Claudia Copeland and Betsy Cody)

Chapter 75. Cyberwarfare, pp. 849
(Steven A. Hildreth)

Chapter 76. Overview: Information Warfare Issues, pp. 867
(Rensselaer Lee and Raphael Perl)

Chapter 77. Information War - Cyberwar - Netwar, pp. 869
(George J. Stein)

Chapter 78. Information Warfare: Impacts and Concerns, pp. 881
(James W. McLendon)

Chapter 79. Terrorism Insurance: Rising Uninsured Exposure to Attacks Heightens Potential Economic Vulnerabilities, pp. 901
(Richard J. Hillman)

Chapter 80. Combating Terrorism: Enhancing Partnerships through a National Preparedness Strategy, pp. 915
(Patricia A. Dalton)

Chapter 81. Nuclear Powerplants: Vulnerability to Terrorist Attacks, pp. 929
(Carl E. Behrens)

Chapter 82. Nuclear Smuggling and International Terrorism: Issues and Options for U.S. Policy, pp. 933
(Rensselaer Lee)

Chapter 83. Terrorism Preparedness: Catalog of Selected Federal Assistance Programs, pp. 963
(Ben Canada)

Chapter 84. Critical Infrastructure: Control Systems and the Terrorist Threat, pp. 973
(Dana A. Shea)

Chapter 85. Homeland Security: Protecting Airliners from Terrorist Missiles, pp. 987
(Christopher Bolkcom and Bartholomew Elias)

Chapter 86. Terrorist Nuclear Attacks on Seaports: Threat and Response, pp. 997
(Jonathan Medalia)

Chapter 87. Terrorists and Suicide Attacks, pp. 1005
(Audrey Kurth Cronin)

Chapter 88. Terrorism and National Security: Issues and Trends, pp. 1025
(Raphael Perl)

Chapter 89. Terrorism and Security Issues Facing the Water Infrastructure Sector, pp. 1043
(Claudia Copeland and Betsy Cody)

Chapter 90. The “FTO List” and Congress: Sanctioning Designated Foreign Terrorist Organizations, pp. 1051
(Audrey Kurth Cronin)

Chapter 91. Terrorism: Background on Chemical, Biological, and Toxin Weapons and Options for Lessening their Impact, pp. 1063
(Dana A. Shea)

Chapter 92. Combating Terrorism: Possible Lessons for U.S. Policy from Foreign Experiences, pp. 1079
(Nina M. Serafino)

Chapter 93. Terrorism: The New Occupational Hazard, pp. 1087
(Edward Rappaport)

Chapter 94. Visa Issuances: Policy, Issues, and Legislation, pp. 1101
(Ruth Ellen Wasem)

Chapter 95. International Terrorism in South Asia, pp. 1117
(K. Alan Kronstadt)


   Binding: CD-ROM
   Pub. Date: 2009
   ISBN: 978-1-59454-623-5
   Status: AV
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