Terrorism, the Middle East and You

  • 132 Pages
  • 4.34 MB
  • English
HaPi Press
International Relations - General, Politics - Current E
The Physical Object
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11406255M
ISBN 100913244651
ISBN 139780913244654

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The Middle East, more than any other region in the world, is beleaguered by religious fanatics ready to use violence indiscriminately against people who do not adhere to the “right” religious approach. These zealots have a great deal of energy, and many frustrated Muslims are ready to blame their miserable predicament on the West.

Discover the best Terrorism Thrillers in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Kindle Store Best Sellers. The Middle East and terrorism are often used together in terrorism literature and have become synonymous with each other. Muslims worldwide confront multidimensional crises including economic, political, educational, cultural, and social by: 2.

How does this book relate to your own work on terrorism. The book is a kind of intellectual godfather to the research I have tried to do on the endings of terrorist campaigns. His argument—that in the middle of a passionate and difficult situation, we need to think about the longer-term outcome—is directly relevant to the action and reaction pattern that can unfold in the middle of a terrorist campaign.

The Middle East has been turned into a region of several failed or almost-failed states, and if the United States and Iran do not work together constructively, terrorism and instability will continue there for years to come.

Confronting terrorism requires serious international cooperation, in particular the U.S. and Iran working together. Hersh has written a series of articles for The New Yorker magazine detailing military and security matters surrounding the US-led invasion and subsequent occupation of Iraq.

In Marchhe. This outstanding guide to terrorist organizations is both an excellent textbook for students of the Middle East and a great reference for experts in policy, research, or programs on Middle Eastern terrorism.

While there have been many books written on Middle Eastern terrorism and its actors, Aaron Mannes's work is by far the by: countries in this region. Culture and historical development of the Middle East would be highlighted as well.

Herbert Kitschelt in his book origins of terrorism described The Middle East as a region which appears to be trapped in a vicious circle of low growth, bad institutions of governance, and resistance to economic globalization States in the Middle East also serve as major purchasers of US military equipment.

In Saudi Arabia agreed to purchase over eighty F SA fighter aircraft and upgrade its existing fleet of seventy F s, along with air-to-air and air-to-ground packages. The $ billion sale was the File Size: KB. In the wake of Friday night’s violent attacks in Paris, The Wall Street Journal asked several experts for book recommendations on the evolution of terrorism in the Middle East.

From The Middle East For Dummies. By Craig S. Davis. The Middle East is a fascinating region with complex cultures, religions, and relationships. If you’re interested in this area of the world, you’ll want to know the heads of state in the region, acronyms people use in the Middle East, and some basic Islamic terms, because many — although by no means most — of the world’s Muslims.

The book explores the changing dynamics of terrorism from a range of perspectives – from the global threat posed by home-grown terrorism in North Africa and the larger security dimensions in the Middle East, to the various strategies employed by western and non-western societies in their efforts to develop effective counter-terrorism strategies.

Charles Webel is the Delp-Wilkinson Chair and Professor of Peace Studies at Chapman University, USA, and Professor of International Economic Relations at the University of New York in Prague, Czech Republic. He is author/editor of eights books, including Terror, Terrorism, and the Human Condition () and Peace and Conflict Studies, 3 rd edition (with D.

Barash, ). Robert Booker Baer (born J ) is an American author and a former CIA case officer who was primarily assigned to the Middle East. He is Time's intelligence columnist and has contributed to Vanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post.

Baer speaks 8 languages, won the CIA career intelligence medal and is a frequent commentator and author about issues related to Alma mater: Georgetown University, University of. Origins of Terrorism in the Middle East 03/04/ 05/28/ Brandon Christensen Books, History, Religion Eugene Rogan, Islam, Islamism, Judaism, terrorism, war and peace, Zionism I just recently came across a very, very good book on the history of the Middle East.

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The Burke Chair has prepared two new reports on terrorism in North Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, and South Asia: These reports draw on unclassified US reporting by the National Counterterrorism Center and the US Department of State.

The first report is entitled Patterns in Terrorism in North Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia:and is. analyzes International terrorism in the Middle East with critical view on ISI S as a case study and proposed coherent political solution.

Keywords: terrorism, Middle East, ISIS, Al- Quaeda, Kurds. Since the s, America has had a critical interest in preventing or combating international terrorism, much of which emerges from the Middle East.

American policymakers have been properly concerned with confronting aggression against friendly nations and preventing the spread of weapons of mass destruction to rogue states or non-state actors. Placing the question of democracy and terrorism in the Middle East in broader historical and geographical perspective is an essential starting point for this study.

As well as being instructive, it helps us move away from the exceptionalism which pervades much of the debate on Islamist Size: KB. The history of terrorism is a long one, and defining it is not a straightforward matter. The First Terrorists Early zealots and assassins such as the Sicarii and the Hashhashin frightened their contemporaries but were not really terrorists in the modern sense.

This means that the current issues and growth of terrorism in the Middle East is consistently progressing. According to Johnston Archive () the study-research conducted by ‘Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism (MIPT)’ has implied that terrorism in the Middle East is still hoisted as a substantial issue.

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The danger in appearing to focus our broader war on terrorism, beyond al-Qaida, primarily on the Middle East and only on the “supply side” is three-fold: First, it is unlikely to work unless. Reprinted by permission of WESTVIEW PRESS, a member of Perseus Books Group.

The War on Terrorism in Africa. The Horn of Africa is Africa’s bridge to the Middle East. America’s major challenge is not with violence and terrorism in the Middle East.

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Some problems you don’t solve. You mitigate them and apply resources and strategies to avoid catastrophe. All the latest breaking news on Middle East. Browse The Independent’s complete collection of articles and commentary on Middle East.

Loosely defined, terrorism is the use of violence to further a political or ideological goal at the expense of the general population.

Terrorism can take multiple forms and have many causes, often more than one. An attack can be rooted in religious, social, or political conflicts such as when one community is oppressed by another.

The way Westerners think about Islamist terrorism has grown dangerously outdated. For decades, officials have focused on attacks launched by Middle Easterners. Today, however, the Author: Vera Mironova.Bruce O. Riedel (born ) is an American expert on U.S. security, South Asia, and is currently a senior fellow in the Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institution, and a professor at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International also serves as a senior adviser at Albright Stonebridge Group.

Riedel, a former Central Intelligence Agency.