Focus on Terrorism. Volume 14


Joshua B. Morgan

Series: Focus on Terrorism
BISAC: POL037000

Terrorism, sadly, seems here to stay and to stay with a vengeance. It turns out that the United States was not prepared for it and now must play catch-up. In doing so, even an agreement on how to define terrorism is in doubt and what to do about it seems beyond comprehension at the moment. This book discusses various topics, starting with the rational choice model. The following chapter enunciates ten theses that not only take a look at global terrorism but might serve as issues that might have to be taken heed of in societal politics.

Chapter Three examines the political career of Tom Metzger, an activist who did much to radicalize the far-right. Chapter Four describes the evolution of the epidemic process from mental to social and then to asocial epidemics of crime and terrorism. Chapter Five examines the conduct of UK Special Branch Counter-Terrorism Unit (CTU) officers conduct in suspect interviews. The last chapter explores the historical roots of modern tourism and worker unions to see the point of connection between both.
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Table of Contents


Chapter 1
The Rational Terrorist
(Cind Du Bois, Professor in Economics, Department of Economics, Management and Leadership, Royal Military Academy Brussels, Belgium)

Chapter 2
Ten Theses on the Spirit of Terrorism
(Goetz Egloff, Coeditor, Yearbook of Psychohistorical Research, Heidelberg, Germany, and others)

Chapter 3
This is WAR! Tom Metzger, White Aryan Resistance, and the Lone Wolf Legacy
(George Michael, Westfield State University, Westfield, MA, USA)

Chapter 4
From Mental Epidemics to Terrorism Pandemic: Synergetic Bio-Psycho-Socio-Spiritual Methodology of Public Conscience Protection
(Pavel I. Sidorov, Northern State Medical University, Arkhangelsk, Russia)

Chapter 5
The Suspect Interview in Counter-Terrorism Investigations
(David Lowe, Liverpool John Moores University, Law School, Brownlow Hill, Liverpool, UK)

Chapter 6
Terrorism Led Investigation: Modern Tourism is Terrorism by other Means
(Maximiliano E. Korstanje, International Society For Philosophers, UK)



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