Toward a Grand Strategy Against Terrorism
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Description: Toward A Grand Strategy Against Terrorismis a cohesive series of essays prepared by noted academics and counterterrorism practitioners within and associated with the counterterrorism program of the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies. These chapters address both the use of military force and the employment of non-military tools, the role of international cooperation, and the importance of the ideological contest. Collectively, they push toward a grand strategy against terrorism.This volume makes the prudence and research and experience of the Program on Terrorism and Security Studies available to all who want to help in countering terrorism: students; those at military graduate schools; private experts on security in the business world; members of police forces and defense departments; conflict resolution experts; and many other sorts of practitioners seeking a sober and highly international approach.
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Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
Publication date: 4/22/2010
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
|The Problem and Its History|
|Terrorism’s Evolution: Yesterday, Today, and Forever|
|How Terrorist Groups End: Studies of the Twentieth Century|
|International Cooperation as a Tool in Counterterrorism: Super-Purple as a Weapon to Defeat the Nonrational Terrorist|
|Law, Force, and the Military Option|
|International Law and Counterterrorism|
|Illustrations of Discrete Uses of Force|
|Building a National Counterterrorism Capability: A Primer for Operators and Policymakers Alike|
|The Contribution of Counterinsurgency to a Strategy to Combat Global Terrorism|
|Instruments of National Power|
|Diplomacy: The First Weapon Against the Terrorist|
|Engaging Reconcilables: Dialogue and Negotiation as Counterterrorism Strategies|
|Intelligence and Counterterrorism: Examining the Critical Tools of Secrecy and Cooperation|
|Following the Terrorist Money Trail|
|Ideas Matter: How to Undermine the Extremist Ideology Behind al Qaeda|
|Virtual Terrain, Lethal Potential: Toward Achieving Security in an Ungoverned Domain|
|The Media and the Terrorist: Is There a “Right” Way to Cover Political Violence?|
|Managing Counterterrorism Crises|
|The Limits and Opportunities of Effective Multilateralism: Germany’s Approach|
|The Protection of Critical Infrastructure Within Germany|
|The French Counterterrorism System|
|Defeating Taliban in Afghanistan: A Nuanced Approach to Waging a Counterinsurgency|
|Security Architecture: A Case Study of Pakistan’s Tribal Belt|
|Afterword Boaz Ganor|