Contemporary Trends in World Terrorism

Synopsis

Acknowledgments Introductory Essay by Anat Kurz Nationalist and Separatist Terrorism: Conditions for Success and Failure by Peter F. Janke Palestinian Armed Struggle: Strategy and Tactics by Tamar Prat Northern Ireland: Change, Continuity, and Trends by Kenneth G. Robertson The Structure of Shi'ite Terrorism by Martin Kramer Islamic Fundamentalism and the Lebanese Case by Paul A. Jureidini Terrorism: A Wespon in the Shi'ite Arsenal by Yoram Schweitzer The Rise and Fall of Militant Opposition Movements in the Arabian Peninsula by Joseph Kostiner The Soviet Attitude Toward the Use of Terror by Galia Golan Rewarding Fire with Fire? Effects of Retaliation on Terrorist Group Dynamics by Jerrold M. Post The Role of Intelligence in Combatting Terrorism by Aharon Yariv Can Terrorism be Deterred? Some Thoughts and Doubts by Hanan Alon Coping with Terrorism: West Germany in the 1970s and 1980s by David Th. Schiller Terrorism: Are National Networks an "Achilles' Heel"? by Bernard L. Stewart The Future Course of International Terrorism by Brian Jenkins Index Participants

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Peter F. Janke
  • Tamar Prat
  • Kenneth G. Robertson
  • Martin Kramer
  • Paul A. Jureidini
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1987