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Religion and Terrorism: The Use of Violence in Abrahamic Monotheism

by Richard Sherlock, Veronica Ward, Douglas Pratt & John David Payne et al. Lexington Books (December 24, 2013)

Religion and Terrorism: The Use of Violence in Abrahamic Monotheism provides theoretical analysis of the nature of religious terrorism and religious martyrdom and also delves deeply into terrorist groups and...

America's 'War on Terrorism': New Dimensions in U.S. Government and National Security

by John E. Owens & John W. Dumbrell Lexington Books (January 01, 1955)

America's 'War on Terrorism': New Dimensions in US Government and National Security offers an original and multifaceted analysis of the Bush administration's responses to 9/11. The book brings together American...

Terrorism in Africa: The Evolving Front in the War on Terror

by John Davis Lexington Books (July 10, 2012)

The study, Terrorism in Africa: The Evolving Front in the War on Terrorism, represents a research endeavor aimed at increasing scholarly discourse on the ever-expanding threat of terrorism and terrorist related...

Counterterror Offensives for the Ghost War World: The Rudiments of Counterterrorism Policy

by Richard J. Chasdi Lexington Books (July 06, 2010)

In Counterterror Offensives for the Ghost War World: The Rudiments of Counterterrorism Policy, Richard J. Chasdi has written a groundbreaking quantitative analysis that provides insight into which types of counterterror...

The Islamic State

by Anthony Celso Lexington Books (June 12, 2018)

This book analyses the Islamic State (IS) within a comparative framework of past Sunni jihadist movements. It argues jihadist failure to overthrow Muslim apostate states has led to a progressive radicalization...

America’s War against Global Jihad

by William R. Nester Lexington Books (March 06, 2018)

A specter haunts America, the specter of Global Jihad, Islamic Holy War. This specter was never more horrific than on September 11, 2001, when nineteen fanatics hijacked four jetliners and used them as guided...

The Assassination of William McKinley

by Cary Federman Lexington Books (December 06, 2017)

This book is an examination of the assassination of President William McKinley by Leon Czolgosz, an American-born purported anarchist. This work offers a new and different way to approach historical crime stories....

Waiving Our Rights: The Personal Data Collection Complex and Its Threat to Privacy and Civil Liberties

by Orlan Lee Lexington Books (March 22, 2012)

The purpose of Waiving Our Rights: The Personal Data Collection Complex and its Threat to Privacy and Civil Liberties is to alert Americans to the erosion of our fundamental rights, and what to do about that....

Debating Immigration in the Age of Terrorism, Polarization, and Trump

by Joshua Woods & C. Damien Arthur Lexington Books (September 27, 2017)

This book offers a broad interdisciplinary approach to the changes in the U.S. immigration debate before and after 9/11. A nation’s reaction to foreigners has as much to do with sociology as it does with political...

The Causes and Consequences of Group Violence

by Marc Lucht, John Ryan, James Hawdon & Donna Pankhurst et al. Lexington Books (August 06, 2014)

This book offers a transnational and transdisciplinary investigation of violence, ranging from bullying and hate crimes to revolutions, genocide, and acts of terrorism. It offers empirical investigations of...

Volatile Social Movements and the Origins of Terrorism

by Christine Sixta Rinehart Lexington Books (December 15, 2012)

Although many scholars have studied terrorism, few scholars have ever studied terrorism from the aspect of its initial origins in social movements. Not only is research concerning this phenomenon outdated, but...

What Is Moderate Islam?

by Richard L. Benkin, Umar Duad Khattak, Aziz Baloch & Meerain Baloch et al. Lexington Books (April 12, 2017)

Radical Islam is a major affliction of the contemporary world. Each year, radical Islamists carry out terrorist attacks that result in a massive death toll, almost all involving noncombatants and innocents....

Drones and Targeted Killing in the Middle East and Africa: An Appraisal of American Counterterrorism Policies

by Christine Sixta Rinehart Lexington Books (December 06, 2016)

The use of drone warfare has become a controversial foreign policy weapon to keep the United States safe from further terrorist attacks. This book is an assessment of American targeted killing practices through...

The Making of Pakistani Human Bombs

by Khuram Iqbal Lexington Books (October 30, 2015)

Based on interviews with failed suicide bombers, officials of Pakistani law enforcement agencies involved in interrogating high-profile self-immolation attacks, and content analysis of Jihadi publications produced...

From My Recent Past: Memoirs of a Revolutionary Terrorist

by Grigory Gershuni, Katya Vladimirov, John P. Moran & Karen Adams Lexington Books (October 08, 2015)

From My Recent Past is a memoir written by Russian revolutionary Grigory Gershuni (1870–1908). The book depicts his revolutionary activities, arrest, tribunal, and years of imprisonment. It is presented here...

NATO: From Regional to Global Security Provider

by Richard Prosen, Yonah Alexander, Patrick Murphy & Georgiana Cavendish et al. Lexington Books (August 15, 2015)

The book serves as a relevant and timely study of the most pressing issues facing NATO today – including recent lessons gained. It provides recommendations for consideration and further discussion (i.e., the...

9/11 Fiction, Empathy, and Otherness

by Tim Gauthier Lexington Books (April 02, 2015)

9/11 Fiction, Empathy, and Otherness analyzes recent works of fiction whose principal subject is the attacks of September 11, 2001.

The Islamic State: Combating The Caliphate Without Borders

by Yonah Alexander & Dean Alexander Lexington Books (September 08, 2015)

This book offers insights into the nature of the Islamic State and what the international community can do to combat it. The origins, intentions, leadership, capabilities, and operations of the IS, as well as...

Indo-US Relations: Terrorism, Nonproliferation, and Nuclear Energy

by Nirode Mohanty Lexington Books (December 18, 2014)

This book is a comprehensive study of how the United States and India engaged one another to work on the common goals of promoting peace and stability, combating terrorist threats, and carefully collaborating...