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A list of key readings about Terrorism.
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  • Conference of Foreign Ministers (2005). Kuala Lumpur Declaration on International Terrorism at [1]
  • Brynen, R. (1990). "Sanctuary and Survival: The PLO in Lebanon". Westview Press.
  • Committee of Privy Counsellors (2004, July). Review of Intelligence on Weapons of Mass Destruction. United Kingdom House of Lords.
  • Cragin, K. & Daly, S. (2004). The Dynamic Terrorist Threat, An Assessment of Group Motivations and Capabilities in a Changing World. Project Air Force.
  • Crelinsten, R. (2002). Analysing Terrorism and Counter-terrorism: A Communications Model. Terrorism and Political Violence. 14(2).
  • Emerson, S. (1997, August 4). "The terrorist infrastructure". Wall Street Journal.
  • Ganor, B. (2002). Defining Terrorism: Is One Man’s Terrorist Another Man’s Freedom Fighter? Police Practice and Research. 3(4).
  • Hookway, J. (2002). Terrorist Bombings Hit Philippines --- Series of Weekend Explosions Kill 10 People, Highlighting Militants' Threat to Region. Wall Street Journal.
  • Hufbauer, G., Schott, J. & Oegg, B. (2005). Policy Brief 01-11: Using Sanctions to Fight Terrorism at [2]
  • Israeli, R. (2002). A Manual of Islamic Fundamentalist Terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence. 14(4).
  • Israeli, R. (2002). Western Democracies and Islamic Fundamentalist Violence. Terrorism and Political Violence. 12(4).
  • Lenzer, R. & Vardi, N. (2004). Terror Inc.. Forbes.
  • National Commission on Terrorism (2005). Countering the Changing Threat of International Terrorism at [3]
  • Nedoroscik, J. (2002). Extremist Groups in Egypt. Terrorism and Political Violence. 14(2).
  • O'Boyle, G. (2002). "Theories of Justification and Political Violence: Examples from Four Groups." Terrorism and Political Violence. 14(2).Summer 2002 , pp. 23-46 abstract
  • Perl, R. (2005). Terrorism, The Media, and the Government: Perspectives, Trends, and Options for Policymakers. CRS Issue Brief at [4]
  • Post, J., Sprinzak, E. & Denny, L. (2003). "The Terrorist in Their Own Words: Interviews with 35 Incarcerated Middle Eastern Terrorists." Terrorism and Political Violence. 15(1). March 2003 , pp. 171-184 abstract
  • Sedgwick, M. (2004). "Al-Qaeda and the Nature of Religious Terrorism." Terrorism and Political Violence. 16(4). (Oct-Dec 2004) pp. 795-814; abstract
  • Schmid, A. & Jongman, A. (1988, 2nd ed. 2005). Political Terrorism. SWIDOC and Transaction Books. excerpt and text search
  • Trimble, D. (2004). "The Lesson of Northern Ireland". Wall Street Journal.
  • Tucker, D. (2001). "Combating International Terrorism" in The Terrorism Threat and U.S. Government Response: Operational and Organizational Factors. USAF Institute for National Security Studies.
  • Weinberg, Leonard; Pedahzur, Ami; and Hirsch-hoefler, Sivan. "The Challenges of Conceptualizing Terrorism." Terrorism and Political Violence (2004) 16(4): 777-794. Issn: 0954-6553
  • Wentz, L. (2002). Lessons From Kosovo: The KFOR Experience. CCRP.