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Terrorism: Security and Ambiguity
(Released May 2002)

 
  by Tyrone Nagai  

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  1. Terrorism and the Fate of Democracy after September 11
    Cultural Studies - Critical Methodologies, 2002, 2, 1, Feb, 9-14.

  2. September 11, Terrorism, and Blowback
    Cultural Studies - Critical Methodologies, 2002, 2, 1, Feb, 27-39.

  3. National Consequences of International Terrorism
    Society, 2002, 39, 2(256), Jan-Feb, 6-10.

  4. The Lone Gunmen
    Foreign Policy, 2001, 127, Nov-Dec, 72-73.

  5. The Other Evil: The War on Terrorism Won't Succeed without a War on Poverty
    Foreign Policy, 2001, 127, Nov-Dec, 75-76.

  6. Reinventing War
    Foreign Policy, 2001, 127, Nov-Dec, 31-47.

  7. New Ways of War-New Legitimacy
    Internationale Politik, 2001, 56, 10, Oct, 3-5.

  8. "Black September" 2001: The World Trade Center Catastrophe and the Israeli-Arab Conflict
    Rivista di Studi Politici Internazionali, 2001, 68, 4(272), Oct-Dec, 587-603.

  9. Change and Continuity in Terrorism
    Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 2001, 24, 5, Sept-Oct, 417-428.

  10. Comparing Motives and Outcomes of Mass Casualty Terrorism Involving Conventional and Unconventional Weapons
    Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 2001, 24, 5, Sept-Oct, 389-406.

  11. Terrorism and Counterterrorism: An International Perspective
    Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 2001, 24, 5, Sept-Oct, 407-416.

  12. Few New Emphases. The Reserved Middle East Politics of Bush Jr.
    Internationale Politik, 2001, 56, 8, Aug, 39-46.

  13. The Concept of International Terrorism: An Interim Study of South Asia
    Round Table, 2001, 360, July, 333-343.

  14. Unequal Justice: Arabs in America and United States Antiterrorism Legislation
    Fordham Law Review, 2001, 69, 6, May, 2825-2888.

  15. Analytic Models and Policy Prescription: Understanding Recent Innovation in U.S. Counterterrorism
    Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 2001, 24, 3, May-June, 159-181.

  16. The Future of Terrorism
    American Behavioral Scientist, 2001, 44, 6, Feb, 894-913.

  17. Manufacturing "Terrorists": Refugees, National Security and Canadian Law-Part 2
    Refuge: Canada's Periodical on Refugees, 2001, 19, 4, Feb, 116-133.

  18. In the Shadow of Terror: The Illusive First Amendment Rights of Aliens
    Communication Law and Policy, 2001, 6, 1, winter, 75-122.

  19. The World and President Bush
    Survival, 2001, 43, 1, spring, 7-16.

  20. Terrorism, Crime, and Transformation
    Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 2001, 24, 1, Jan-Feb, 43-58.

  21. Problems of Preparedness: U.S. Readiness for a Domestic Terrorist Attack
    International Security, 2001, 25, 4, spring, 147-186.

  22. "Rogue States" and NMD/TMD: Policies in Search of a Rationale?
    Mediterranean Quarterly, 2001, 12, 2, spring, 83-100.

  23. Israelis and Palestinians: The Price of Peace
    Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft, 2001, 3, 245-252.

  24. Terrorism and Democracy: Perpetrators and Victims
    Terrorism and Political Violence, 2001, 13, 1, spring, 155-164.

  25. Terrorism with Weapons of Mass Destruction: The Congressional Response
    Terrorism and Political Violence, 2001, 13, 1, spring, 47-65.

  26. Explaining the United States' Decision to Strike Back at Terrorists
    Terrorism and Political Violence, 2001, 13, 2, summer, 85-106.

  27. A Tertiary Model for Countering Terrorism in Liberal Democracies: The Case of Israel
    Terrorism and Political Violence, 2001, 13, 2, summer, 1-26.

  28. Terror and the Dilemma of World Politics
    Estudios Publicos, 2001, 84, spring, 49-83.

  29. Pragmatic Counter-Terrorism
    Survival, 2001, 43, 4, winter, 35-48.