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Global Responses to Terrorism: 9/11, Afghanistan, and Beyond

edited by Mary Buckley and Rick Fawn
Format
Book
Published
London ; New York : Routledge, 2003.
Language
English
ISBN
0415314291, 0415314305 (Pbk.)
Contents
  • Introduction: world reactions to September 11 and the 'war on terror' / Mary Buckley
  • From ground zero to the war in Afghanistan / Rick Fawn
  • Implications of the attacks of 9/11 for the future of terrorism / Paul Wilkinson
  • Al-Qaeda: organization and operations / Rohan Gunaratna
  • Superpower response: the United States of America / Robert Singh
  • Loyal ally: the United Kingdom / Andrew Dorman
  • Reluctant moral middle power: Canada / Rick Fawn
  • Support from a bicephalous executive: France / Richard McAllister
  • Redefining its security role: Germany / Adrian Hyde-Price
  • Leadership seeking greater legitimacy: Italy / Philip A. Daniels
  • Radical Islamist state and secular Arab nationalism: Iran and Iraq / Roland Dannreuther
  • Support with qualification: Syria / Raymond Hinnebusch
  • Conflicting pressures: Saudi Arabia / Gwenn Okruhlik
  • The consequence or the cause? Impact on the Israel-Palestine peace process / David Newman
  • A vulnerable continent: Africa / David Kenda Adaka Kikaya
  • Political Islam in Southeast Asia and the US-Philippine alliance / James Putzel
  • Unexpectedly at center-stage: Pakistan / Samina Yasmeen
  • In the middle ground: India / Raju G.C. Thomas
  • A rising power with global aspirations: China / Rex Li
  • Former superpower: the Russian Federation / Mary Buckley
  • Negotiating the US presence: the Central Asian states / Sally N. Cummings
  • International organizations: the UN, NATO, and the EU / Joanne Wright
  • Perceptions of Afghan refugees / Joanne Van Selm
  • Global economy: what has changed? / Brigitte Granville
  • War without warriors / Christopher Coker
  • Implications for the study of international relations / Barry Buzan
  • The war on terror: international implications / Mary Buckley and Rick Fawn.
Description
xv, 334 p. ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. [319]-321) and index.
Technical Details
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