Perspectives on Terrorism: Vol 9, No 1 (2015)

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ISSN  2334-3745 (Online)

Welcome from the Editors

Editorial Board, Advisory Board and Participants

Openings

National Networks of PhD Thesis Writers

Links

Copyright Notice

Vol 9, No 1 (2015): Perspectives on Terrorism

 

Table of Contents

 

Introduction to the Issue

 

Welcome from the Editors PDF HTML
Alex P. Schmid, Paul Gill  

 

Articles

 

Measuring the Effectiveness of Israel’s ‘Targeted Killing’ Campaign PDF HTML
Ophir Falk  

 

Straight From the Horse’s Mouth: Exploring Deradicalization Claims of Former Egyptian Militant Leaders PDF HTML
Dina Al Raffie  

 

Terrorism, Communication and New Media: Explaining Radicalization in the Digital Age PDF HTML
Cristina Archetti  

 

Constructing Cyberterrorism as a Security Threat: a Study of International News Media Coverage PDF HTML
Lee Jarvis, Stuart Macdonald, Andrew Whiting  

 

Research Notes

 

Although the (Dis-)Believers Dislike it: a Backgrounder on IS Hostage Videos – August – December 2014 PDF HTML
Judith Tinnes  

 

When Terrorists and Target Governments Cooperate: the Case of Syria PDF HTML
Michael Becker  

 

“I’m down for a Jihad”: How 100 Years of Gang Research can inform the Study of Terrorism, Radicalization and Extremism PDF HTML
Scott H. Decker, David C. Pyrooz  

 

Book Reviews

 

Patrick Cockburn, The Jihadis Return: the Rise of ISIS and the new Sunni Uprising AND Loretta Napoleoni, The Islamist Phoenix: the Islamic State and the Redrawing of the Middle East. PDF HTML
Teun van Dongen  

 

Counterterrorism Bookshelf – 16 Books on Terrorism & Counter-Terrorism-related Subjects PDF HTML
Joshua Sinai  

 

Resources

 

Terrorism in, or originating from, the Caucasus, Central Asia, and Russia (Part 1) PDF HTML
Judith Tinnes  

 

Bibliography: Foreign Fighters of Terrorism PDF HTML
Eric Price  

 

Notes from the Editor

 

News From the National PhD Writers Networks PDF HTML
   

 

Announcement: Last Call for TRI Award 2014 Submissions PDF HTML
   

 

Word of Thanks for our External Peer Reviewers PDF HTML
   

 

Complete Issue

 

Perspectives on Terrorism, Volume 9, Issue 1 PDF
Various Authors  

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