Special Reports, Seminar Proceedings and More Help Provide Context, Knowledge on Many Aspects of Terrorism
The pervasive nature of terrorism and the growing efforts to combat it are central topics in the recently published Volume Three of "Terrorism: An Electronic Journal & Knowledge Base." It is available online here.
Two special reports are available through the Journal. One is titled "International Cooperation in Combating Terrorism: The Next Phase," while the other has a regional focus - "Terrorism in North Africa and the Sahel in 2013."
The Journal also provides proceedings from four seminars in the fall, co-hosted by the Potomac Institute of Policy Studies, and the reports can be downloaded:
- Tehran's Bomb Challenge: Crossroads, Roadblocks, and Roadmaps to Rapprochement?
- The Lone Wolf Challenge: Past Experience and Future Outlook
- Can Counterterrorism Strategies and Democracy Co-Exist?
- Reassessing the WMD Challenges: The Next Phase?