Globalization Of Terror
This book discuss the most sophisticated theories by the best terrorist analysts in the world, while still focusing on the domestic and international threats of terrorism and the basic security issues that surround terrorism today. The student-oriented writing style is complemented by rich pedagogy, and there is an adequate amount of research and theoretical discussion to make this the ideal text for both the undergraduate and graduate-level courses. The only reference of its kind for emergency responders, this updated book is a guide to the most significant points that surround the emergency response processes needed to cope with terrorism incidents. It highlights what is required to establish and implement tactical goals during such events, including new equipment and strategies that can enhance a responder's detection, monitoring and protection.
Preface v 1. Terror in the Information Age 1 2. Transnational Criminal Networks 21 3. Absolute Power for Maintaining Terror 54 4 Maintaining Camp Timing for Terror 69 5. Classes and Classification for Globalized Terror 81 6. Cyber Activists use the Internat to Promote Democracy 95 7. Hacktivism and Cyberterrorism: Tool for Influencing 128 8. Work and Slavery in Globalized Terror 166 9. Violent Excesses of Terror 174 10 Promoting Democracy in Economy 197 11. Roles of International Human Rights in Conflict Resolution 218 12. Techniques of Terror Punishment 233 13. Normative Framework for Abolishing Terror 244 14. Networks and Netwars 265 Bibliography 299 Index 303