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Publication Title Publication Date START Authorssort descending Type Research Areas Regions
Review Essay: Recent Publications on Islamism and Terrorism April 2006 Book Review
A Review of: The Minds of Terrorists and their Organizations January 2006 Book Review
Symbols and Embodiment November 2007 Book
Terrorists as State 'Surrogates' or 'Proxies': Separating Fact from Fiction November 2006 Book Chapter
Funneling Islamists to become Jihadis November 2010 Book Review
Review of: In the Wake of Disaster: Religious Responses to Terrorism and Catastrophe August 2006 Book Review
New information technologies in emergency management November 2006 Book Chapter
Sources of Innovation in Terrorist Behavior June 2006 Conference Paper
Review of Mary Kaldor, New & Old Wars: Organized Violence in a Globalized Era October 2009 Book Review
The Political Role of Associations November 2006 Book Chapter
Italian Neofacism: The Strategy of Tension and the Politics of Non-Reconciliation January 2008 Book Review
More than Smart Bombs: The Psychology of Suicide Terrorism June 2006 Conference Paper
Global Terrorism and Democracy November 2006 Book Chapter
Assessing Community Resilience June 2006 Conference Paper
Ethnic Conflicts in the Caucasus and Central Asia November 2006 Book Chapter
Hiding in Plain Sight: 'Londonistan' as an Example of Islamist 'Bases' in the West November 2006 Book Chapter
Strategies for Incident Preparedness Planning Considerations for Complex Medical Events, 3rd Ed. November 2005 Book Resilience North America


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