Terrorism : A Critical Introduction Paperback / softback
This innovative text provides a much-needed critical introduction to terrorism.
Cutting-edge research on contemporary issues is combined with new insights into long-debated issues such as the definition of terrorism, the nature of the terrorist threat and counter-terrorism strategies.
Showing that the methods we adopt as well as the material we study are vital for a clear understanding of the subject, this text goes beyond traditional IR approaches to rethink popular beliefs and assumptions about terrorism.
Taking a genuinely global and integrated approach, this book is an ideal entry into the study of terrorism. In the years since 9/11, terrorism has been transformed into an issue of global significance.
Terrorism and the war on terror has affected virtually every aspect of modern life, and a precise understanding of terrorism is now more important - and contentious - than ever.
This text examines the origins, perceptions of, and responses to, terrorism and counter-terrorism in the contemporary world.
It takes into account recent developments on the world stage as well as within - and in response to - critical terrorism studies. This text is the ultimate companion for students studying terrorism as part of an undergraduate or postgraduate degree.
It guides students step-by-step to have a deeper understanding of terrorism and a more nuanced approach to their studies.
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 304 pages, 304 p.
- Publisher: Macmillan Education UK
- Publication Date: 12/04/2011
- Category: Arms negotiation & control
- ISBN: 9780230221185
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