Encyclopedia of Terrorism [2 volumes]

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Peter Chalk
ABC-CLIO, Nov 21, 2012 - Political Science - 871 pages

Terrorism has emerged as one of the main foreign and national policy challenges of the 21st century. Encyclopedia of Terrorism provides comprehensive coverage of the events, individuals, groups, incidents, and trends in terrorism in the modern era.

This essential work presents accurate, concise, and crucial information on developments since the watershed events of September 11, 2001, providing readers with an invaluable reference tool for understanding major developments that have occurred in domestic and international terrorism. The work is fully cross-referenced to provide a comprehensive research tool for high school students, academics, security analysts, and other readers interested in the study of terrorism.

 

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Contents

Introduction
Encyclopedia Entries
Categorical List of Entries
List of Contributors
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About the author (2012)

Peter Chalk, PhD, is senior analyst with the RAND Corporation in Santa Monica, CA, and associate editor of Studies in Conflict and Terrorism.

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