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Terrorism documents of international and local control

Contributor(s): Friedlander, Robert A | Levie, Howard S | Musch, Donald J | Alexander, Yonah | Lovelace, Douglas C.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York Oxford University Press 2012Description: 428p. ill. ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780199758265.Subject(s): Terrorism | National securityDDC classification: 303.625
Incomplete contents:
v. 1-2. [without special title] -- v. 3. From the terror decade of the 1970's to the dangerous decade of the 1980's -- v. 4. A world on fire -- v. 5. [without special title] -- v. 6. Global terrorism in the dangerous decade -- v. 7-15. [without special title] -- v. 16. U.S. perspectives -- v. 18-<46, 49-59, 66-83, 85>. U.S. perspectives -- Index v. 1-2 -- v. 86. Understanding United States national security strategy relating to terrorism, pt. 1, Foundational strategies -- v. 87. Understanding United States national security strategy relating to terrorism, pt. 2, Derivative and supporting strategies -- v. 88. The UK's approach to terrorism -- v. 89. Europe's approach to terrorism -- v. 90. Presidential powers and the global war against terrorists -- v. 91. Terrorism intelligence : what we know and how we know it -- v. 92. Lebanon and Hezbollah -- v. 93. The Palestinian territories and Hamas -- v. 94. Managing the nation's borders during the global war against terrorists -- v. 95. Detainee treatment, interrogation, and extraordinary renditions in the war against terroists -- v. 96. Cyberterrorism : evolving perceptions of the threat -- v. 97. Use of contractors in the war against terrorists -- v. 98. Terrorism in India -- v. 99. Terrorism in Pakistan --
v. 100. Detention of terrorist suspects : what courts have done, what Congress and Obama are doing -- v. 101. Weapons of mass destruction. Pt. 1: Bioterrorism -- v. 102. Weapons of mass destruction. Pt. 2: Nuclear terrorism, consequence management, and attack insurance -- v. 103. Global issues -- v. 104. Current trends -- v. 105. Narco-terrorism -- v. 106. Terrorist financing and money laundering -- v. 107. U.N. response to Al-Qaeda -- v. 108. Extraordinary rendition -- v. 109. Terror-based interrogation -- v. 110. Assessing the GWOT -- v. 111. Discerning President Obama's national security strategy -- v. 112. Discerning President Obama's national defense strategy, part two -- v. 113. Piracy and international maritime security -- v. 114. European responses to terrorist radicalization -- v. 115. Gangs, terrorism, and international disorder -- v. 116. Assessing President Obama's national security strategy -- v. 117. Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and conflict in Afghanistan -- v. 118. International nuclear security -- v. 119. Catastrophic possibilities threatening U.S. security -- v. 120. U.S. preparedness for catastrophic attacks -- v. 121. Nuclear non-proliferation treaty -- v. 122. U.N. response to Al Qaeda--Developments through 2011 -- v. 123. Global stability and U.S. national security -- v. 124. U.S. approaches to global security challenges -- v. 125. Piracy and international maritime security : developments through 2011-- v. 126. The intersection of law and war --v. 127. The changing nature of war -- v. 128. Detention under international law: liberty and permissible detention -- v. 129. Detention under international law : the state of emergency exception and evolving topics -- v. 130. Detention under international law : safeguards against torture and other abuses -- v. 131. The 2012 shift in U.S. national security strategy : the context -- v. 132. The 2012 shift in U.S. National security strategy: the analysis--v. 133. The Drone Wars of the 21st Century: Costs and Benefits -- v. 134. The domestic use of unmanned aerial vehicles -- v. 137. The Obama administration's second term national security strategy -- v. 138. The resurgent terrorist threat -- v. 139. The rise of China -- v. 140. The cyber threat -- v. 141. Hybrid warfare and the gray zone threat -- v. 142. Security strategies of the second Obama administration: 2015 developments.
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Subtitle varies: v. 103-<120-128, 132, 134, 137-138, Index 3> Commentary on security documents.

Vols. 1-6 edited by Robert A. Friedlander; v. 7-12 edited by Howard S. Levie; v. 13-14, 72-73 edited by Donald J. Musch; v. 15-16, 18-35 edited by Yonah Alexander and Donald J. Musch; v. 36-41 edited by James Walsh; v. 86-87 [commentaries by] Douglas C. Lovelace, Jr.; v.91-100, 137-142 edited by Douglas C. Lovelace, Jr. -- v. 103-109, 111-133 edited by Kristen E. Boon, Aziz Huq, Douglas C. Lovelace, Jr. -- v. 134 edited by Kristen E. Boon, Douglas C. Lovelace, Jr.

Accompanied by cumulative index to vols. 1-50 in 2 v.; starting with vols. 51-100 in 1 v., published as 1st series.

Accompanied by cumulative index to vols. 51-68.

Accompanied by cumulative subject, title, name, subject by year indexes and index by year to vols. 51-81.

Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

v. 1-2. [without special title] -- v. 3. From the terror decade of the 1970's to the dangerous decade of the 1980's -- v. 4. A world on fire -- v. 5. [without special title] -- v. 6. Global terrorism in the dangerous decade -- v. 7-15. [without special title] -- v. 16. U.S. perspectives -- v. 18-<46, 49-59, 66-83, 85>. U.S. perspectives -- Index v. 1-2 -- v. 86. Understanding United States national security strategy relating to terrorism, pt. 1, Foundational strategies -- v. 87. Understanding United States national security strategy relating to terrorism, pt. 2, Derivative and supporting strategies -- v. 88. The UK's approach to terrorism -- v. 89. Europe's approach to terrorism -- v. 90. Presidential powers and the global war against terrorists -- v. 91. Terrorism intelligence : what we know and how we know it -- v. 92. Lebanon and Hezbollah -- v. 93. The Palestinian territories and Hamas -- v. 94. Managing the nation's borders during the global war against terrorists -- v. 95. Detainee treatment, interrogation, and extraordinary renditions in the war against terroists -- v. 96. Cyberterrorism : evolving perceptions of the threat -- v. 97. Use of contractors in the war against terrorists -- v. 98. Terrorism in India -- v. 99. Terrorism in Pakistan --

v. 100. Detention of terrorist suspects : what courts have done, what Congress and Obama are doing -- v. 101. Weapons of mass destruction. Pt. 1: Bioterrorism -- v. 102. Weapons of mass destruction. Pt. 2: Nuclear terrorism, consequence management, and attack insurance -- v. 103. Global issues -- v. 104. Current trends -- v. 105. Narco-terrorism -- v. 106. Terrorist financing and money laundering -- v. 107. U.N. response to Al-Qaeda -- v. 108. Extraordinary rendition -- v. 109. Terror-based interrogation -- v. 110. Assessing the GWOT -- v. 111. Discerning President Obama's national security strategy -- v. 112. Discerning President Obama's national defense strategy, part two -- v. 113. Piracy and international maritime security -- v. 114. European responses to terrorist radicalization -- v. 115. Gangs, terrorism, and international disorder -- v. 116. Assessing President Obama's national security strategy -- v. 117. Al Qaeda, the Taliban, and conflict in Afghanistan -- v. 118. International nuclear security -- v. 119. Catastrophic possibilities threatening U.S. security -- v. 120. U.S. preparedness for catastrophic attacks -- v. 121. Nuclear non-proliferation treaty -- v. 122. U.N. response to Al Qaeda--Developments through 2011 -- v. 123. Global stability and U.S. national security -- v. 124. U.S. approaches to global security challenges -- v. 125. Piracy and international maritime security : developments through 2011-- v. 126. The intersection of law and war --v. 127. The changing nature of war -- v. 128. Detention under international law: liberty and permissible detention -- v. 129. Detention under international law : the state of emergency exception and evolving topics -- v. 130. Detention under international law : safeguards against torture and other abuses -- v. 131. The 2012 shift in U.S. national security strategy : the context -- v. 132. The 2012 shift in U.S. National security strategy: the analysis--v. 133. The Drone Wars of the 21st Century: Costs and Benefits -- v. 134. The domestic use of unmanned aerial vehicles -- v. 137. The Obama administration's second term national security strategy -- v. 138. The resurgent terrorist threat -- v. 139. The rise of China -- v. 140. The cyber threat -- v. 141. Hybrid warfare and the gray zone threat -- v. 142. Security strategies of the second Obama administration: 2015 developments.

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