11 September 2001: War, Terror and Judgement
Bulent Gokay, R.B.J. Walker
Routledge, Jul 30, 2003 - History - 216 pages
In a comprehensive study of the world since September 11th, 2001, the contributors to this volume offer a series of perspectives on current security trends. The scholars who participated in this study are from Europe, North America and Asia.
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