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to the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States: The
FBI's Counterterrorism Program Since September 2001". U.S.
Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Investigation. April 14,
2004. (Acrobat Reader
Articles on "War on Terrorism". Central Intelligence Agency
Congressional Research Service
Military Operations in the Global War on Terrorism: Afghanistan, Africa, the
Philippines, and Colombia". CRS, Department of
State. 4 Feb 05.
Research and Public
Policy Institutions Publications and Articles.
Articles. Institute of Peace & Conflict Studies.
Articles. International Policy Institute for
Articles. National Memorial Institute for the
Prevention of Terrorism.
Articles. Foreign Affairs Magazine.
Articles. The Economist.
War on Terrorism. Collection of features from The
Atlantic Monthly and Atlantic Unbound.
Review Articles on Terrorism. University of Washington
School of Law.
Private Sector Publications and
A Chronological Timeline." MSNBC News.
Terrorism Events and Their U.S. Outcomes (1988-2001)". A research
working paper conducted by the Natural Hazards Research and Applications
Information Center, Institute of Behavioral Science, University of Colorado.
Prevention Handbook". A guide to U.S. government terrorism
prevention resources and programs. Center for Arms Control and
Non-Proliferation. (Acrobat Reader
on Terrorism". Web Guide by The Christian Science Monitor.
11: One Year Later". Web Guide by The Christian Science Monitor.
"Understanding Why Terrorist Operations Succeed or Fail". Rand Corporation,
2009 (Acrobat Reader
News Articles on Terrorism Found Online
February 19, 2015.
"Nonsense about terrorism's root causes". CNN News. Peter Bergen, a
national security analyst, writes on the recent White House conference
on extremism (Feb 15) where poverty was emphasized as a root cause of
terrorism. His article says that terrorists spring out of all
backgrounds, but in many cases are middle class or wealthy, and
educated. The ideology of ISIS and like-minded groups is rooted in
Salafist ultra-fundmentalist interpretations of Islam.
August 17, 2009.
"Rethinking Terror Risk Assessment". Homeland Security Today.
August 14, 2009.
"Terrorism's Tangles". The American Spectator.
July 8, 2005.
"America and the War on Terrorism". American Enterprise
April 23, 2004.
in historical perspective". Open Democracy.
March 31, 2004.
Enemy Is Not Terrorism". Former Secretary of Navy John
Lehman address to U.S. Naval Institute. BlackwaterUSA.com.
September 2, 2003.
the roots of terror". What scholars learned probing lessons of
September 11th. The Christian Science Monitor.
August 18, 2003. "Symposium:
Diagnosing Al Queda". Transcript provided by FrontPage Magazine
and Rand Corporation.
October 21, 2001. "What
if terrorists go nuclear?". Center for Defense Information (CDI).