Putting Terrorism in Context
Lessons Learned from Global Data
To Be Published September 15th 2013 by Routledge – 208 pages
Series: Contemporary Terrorism Studies
This is the first book that provides a comprehensive empirical overview of the nature and evolution of both modern transnational and domestic terrorism, based on statistical data.
1. Introduction Section 1: General Characteristics of Terrorism 2. Longitudinal Trends in Terrorism 3. Geospatial Trends in Terrorism Section 2: Characteristics of Terrorist Attacks 4. Domestic versus International Terrorism 5. Terrorist Weapons 6. Casualties Produced by Terrorists Section 3: Terrorist Groups 7. Life Cycles of Terrorist Organizations 8. Terrorist Movements, with Erin Miller, University of Maryland Section 4: Government Responses to Terrorism 9. Government Responses to Terrorism, with Erica Chenoweth, Wesleyan University 10. Terrorist Group StrategiesSection 5: Implications and Conclusions 11. Discussion and Conclusions. Technical Appendix. Bibliography