TERRORISM

 

A Selected Bibliography

 

Preface

 

     This bibliography consists of citations relating to the heightened focus on terrorism, homeland security, countermeasures and prevention, following the tragic attacks of 11 September 2001 on the United States. 

 

     Most of the items listed in Terrorism:  A Selected Bibliography are dated 1999 to the present.  All are available in the U.S. Army War College Library collection or on the Internet.  For your convenience we have added our call numbers at the end of each book and document entry.  Please keep in mind that call numbers may vary from library to library.

 

     This bibliography is also available on the Internet through our home page at <http://www.carlisle.army.mil/library/>.   

 

     For additional information, please contact the Research and Information Services Branch, U.S. Army War College Library, by sending an e-mail message to usarmy.carlisle.awc.mbx.us-libraryr@mail.mil, or by phoning DSN 242-4260 or Commercial (717) 245-4260.

 

 

 

                                                                                                Jacqueline S. Bey, compiler

 

 

 

 

Contents

    

 

Terrorism – General

          Books and Documents……………………………………………………………  ..1

            Periodical Articles………………………………..……………………………….  .8

            Internet Sites….…………………………………………………..………………  11

                                                                                                                                            

Homeland Security

          Books and Documents…………………………………………..………………..12

            Periodical Articles………………………………………………………………..   18

            Internet Sites………………………………………………………….…………..  21

 

Selected Homeland Security Policy, Legislation, and Related Sources

            Books and Documents……………………………………………………………  23

            Internet Sites……………………………………………………………..……….  24

 

Countermeasures and Prevention

            Books and Documents……………………………………………………………  27

            Periodical Articles………………………………………………………………..   32

            Internet Sites………………………………………………………………..…….  34

 

Intelligence

          Books and Documents……………………………………………………………  35

            Periodical Articles………………………………………………………………..   38

        Internet Sites……………………………………………………………………...  40

 

“After all that has just passed, all the lives taken and all the possibilities and hopes that died with them, it is natural to wonder if America's future is one of fear.  Some speak of an age of terror. I know there are struggles ahead and dangers to face. But this country will define our times, not be defined by them.  As long as the United States of America is determined and strong, this will not be an age of terror. This will be an age of liberty here and across the world.

Great harm has been done to us. We have suffered great loss. And in our grief and anger we have found our mission and our moment.  Freedom and fear are at war. The advance of human freedom, the great achievement of our time and the great hope of every time, now depends on us.

Our nation, this generation, will lift the dark threat of violence from our people and our future. We will rally the world to this cause by our efforts, by our courage. We will not tire, we will not falter and we will not fail.”

President George W. Bush, in his  address to a joint session of Congress and the American people, United States Capitol, Washington, DC, Friday, 20 September 2001.

 

 

 

Terrorism – General

 

Books and Documents

 

Ahrari, M. Ehsan.  Jihadi Groups, Nuclear Pakistan, and the New Great Game.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2001.  45pp.  (U413 .A66A57 2001)

 

Aldrich, Richard W.  Cyberterrorism and Computer Crimes:  Issues Surrounding the Establishment of an International Regime.  Colorado Springs:  USAF Institute for National Security Studies, 2000.  92pp.  (UG638.5 .F7O3 no. 32)

 

Alexander, Yonah, and Michael S. Swetnam.  Cyber Terrorism and Information Warfare.  Dobbs Ferry, NY:  Oceana, 1999.  4 vols.  (Ref U163 .A42 1999)

 

Arquilla, John, and David Ronfeldt, eds.  Networks and Netwars:  The Future of Terror, Crime, and Militancy.  Santa Monica:  Rand, 2001.  375pp.  (HV6773 .N47 2001)

 

Bergen, Peter L.  Holy War, Inc.:  Inside the Secret World of Osama Bin Laden.  New York:  Free Press, 2001.  283pp.  (HV6430 .B55B26 2001)

 

Bodansky, Yossef.  Bin Laden:  The Man Who Declared War on America.  Rocklin, CA:  Forum, 2001.  439pp.  (HV6430 .B55B63 2001)

 

Brentjes, Burchard, and Helga Brentjes.  Taliban:  A Shadow over Afghanistan.  English rendition by Ullas Sharma.  Dehradun, India:  Defence Spectrum Books, 2000.  195pp.  (DS371.3 .B74 2000)

 

Cameron, Gavin.  Nuclear Terrorism:  A Threat Assessment for the 21st Century.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1999.  200pp.  (HV6431 .C35 1999)

 

Charters, David A., ed.   The Deadly Sin of Terrorism:  Its Effect on Democracy and Civil Liberty in Six Countries.  Westport, CT:  Greenwood Press, 1994.  246pp.  (HV6431 .D43 1994)

 

Chroust, Peter.  "Neo-Nazis and Taliban Online:  Anti-Modern Political Movements and Modern Media."   In The Internet, Democracy, and Democratization, ed. Peter Ferdinand, 102-118.  Portland, OR:  Frank Cass, 2000.  (JC421 .I57 2000)

 

Cooley, John K.  Unholy Wars:  Afghanistan, America, and International Terrorism.  Sterling, VA:  Pluto Press, 2000.  299pp.  (JZ1480 .A57A3  2000)

 

Cordesman, Anthony H.  Transnational Threats from the Middle East:  Crying Wolf or Crying Havoc?  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 1999.  231pp.  (U413.A66C67 1999)

 

Crenshaw, Martha.  "The Logic of Terrorism:  Terrorist Behavior as a Product of Strategic Choice."   In Origins of Terrorism:  Psychologies, Ideologies, Theologies, States of Mind, ed. Walter Reich, 7-24.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 1990.  (HV6431 .O74 1990)

 

Crenshaw, Martha.  "Terrorism, and International Violence."  In Handbook of War Studies II, ed. Manus I. Midlarsky, 3-24.  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, 2000.  (U21.2 .H351 2000)

 

Crenshaw, Martha, ed.   Terrorism in Context.  University Park:  Pennsylvania State University Press, 1995.  633pp.  (HV6431 .T4665 1995)

 

Davis, Brian L.  Qaddafi, Terrorism, and the Origins of the U.S. Attack on Libya.  New York:  Praeger, 1990.  202pp.  (E183.8 .L75D38 1990)

 

De Cataldo Neuburger, Luisella, and Tiziana Valentini.  Women and Terrorism.  Translated by Leo Michael Hughes.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1996.  178pp.  (HV6431 .D37 1996)

 

Dees, Morris, and James Corcoran.  Gathering Storm:  America's Militia Threat.  New York:  HarperCollins, 1996.  254pp.  (HN90 .R3D439 1996)

 

Drell, Sidney D., Abraham D. Sofaer, and George D. Wilson, eds.   The New Terror:  Facing the Threat of Biological and Chemical Weapons.  Stanford:  Hoover Institution Press, 1999.  512pp.  (UG447.8 .N48 1999)

 

Ebert, Todd B.  The Taliban and Islamic Fundamentalism in Central Asia.  Thesis (M.S.).  Monterey:  Naval Postgraduate School, 2001.  130pp.  (V425 .U5 TH E12) 

 

Essig, Christopher G.  Terrorism:  Criminal Act or Act of War:  Implications for National Security in the 21st Century.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2001.  36pp.  (AD-A390-464)

 

Fuller, Graham E., and Ian O. Lesser.  A Sense of Siege:  The Geopolitics of Islam and the West.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1995.  193pp.  (DS35.74 .E85F85 1995)

 

Gerges, Fawaz A.  America and Political Islam:  Clash of Cultures or Clash of Interests?  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 1999.  282pp.  (DS63.2 .U5G45 1999)

 

Gibish, Jane E., comp.  Warfare in the 21st Century:  A Selected Bibliography.  Carlisle  Barracks:  U.S. Army War College Library, 2001.  40pp.  (U413 .Z92W2 2001)

 

Gohari, M.J.  The Taliban:  Ascent to Power.  Karachi, Pakistan:  Oxford University Press, 2002.  158pp.  (DS371.2 .G53 2002)

 

Gordon, Neve, and George A. Lopez.  "Terrorism in the Arab-Israeli Conflict."   In Ethics in International Affairs:  Theories and Cases, ed. Andrew Valls, 99-113.  Lanham, MD:  Rowman & Littlefield, 2000.  (JZ1306 .E88 2000)

 

Grosscup, Beau.  The Newest Explosions of Terrorism:  Latest Sites of Terrorism in the 1990s and Beyond.  Far Hills, NJ:  New Horizon Press, 1998.  424pp.  (HV6431 .G77 1998)

 

Gurr, Nadine, and Benjamin Cole,  The New Face of Terrorism:  Threats from Weapons of Mass Destruction.  New York:  I.B. Tauris, 2000.  308pp.  (HV6432 .G87 2000)

 

Haleem, Harfiyah Abdel, and other, eds.  The Crescent and the Cross:  Muslim and Christian Approaches to War and Peace.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1998.  234pp.  (BP190.5 .W35C74 1998)

 

Hamm, Mark S.  In Bad Company:  America's Terrorist Underground.  Boston:  Northeastern University Press, 2002.  336pp.  (HV6432.5 .A79H36 2002)

 

Harmon, Christopher C.  Terrorism Today.  Portland, OR:  Frank Cass, 2000.  316pp.  (HV6431 .H365 2000)

 

Higgins, Rosalyn, and Maurice Flory, eds.  Terrorism and International Law.  New York:  Routledge, 1997.  382pp.  (KZ5256 .Z9T26 1997)

 

Hoffman, Bruce.  Holy Terror:  The Implications of Terrorism Motivated by a Religious Imperative.  Santa Monica:  Rand, 1993.  14pp.  (BL65 .T47H64 1993)

 

Hoffman, Bruce.  Inside Terrorism.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 1998.  288pp.  (HV6431 .H625 1998)

 

Hosmer, Stephen T.  Operations against Enemy Leaders.  Santa Monica:  Rand, 2001.  151pp.  (JC328.5 .H67 2001)

 

Hoveyda, Fereydoun.  The Broken Crescent:  The "Threat" of Militant Islamic Fundamentalism.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 1998.  237pp.  (BP60 .H73 1998)

 

Howard, Lawrence, ed.   Terrorism:  Roots, Impact, Responses.  New York:  Praeger, 1992.  193pp.  (HV6431 .T497 1992)

 

Hubback, Andrew.  Apocalypse When?:  The Global Threat of Religious Cults.  London:  Research Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism, 1997.  23pp.  (D1 .C6 no.300)

 

Jenkins, Brian Michael.  Should Our Arsenal against Terrorism Include Assassination?  Santa Monica:  Rand, 1987.  13pp.  (HV6431 .J457 1987)

 

Jones, T. Parker.  Engagement or Containment of Rogues:  The United States and Libya.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2001.  27pp.  (AD-A391-190)

 

Juergensmeyer, Mark.  Terror in the Mind of God:  The Global Rise of Religious Violence.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 2000.  316pp.  (BL65 .V55J84 2000)

 

Katz, Samuel M.  The Hunt for the Engineer:  How Israeli Agents Tracked the Hamas Master Bomber.  New York:  Fromm International, 1999.  303pp.  (HV6430 .A99K38 1999)

 

Katz, Samuel M.  Israel Versus Jibril:  The Thirty-Year War against a Master Terrorist.  1st ed.  New York:  Paragon House, 1993.  285pp.  (DS119.7 .J49K38 1993)

 

Katzman, Kenneth.  Terrorism:  Near Eastern Groups and State Sponsors, 2001.  Washington:  Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, 2001.  37pp.  (HV6433 .M5K385 2001)

 

Koonings, Kees, and Dirk Kruijt, eds.   Societies of Fear:  The Legacy of Civil War, Violence and Terror in Latin America.  New York:  Zed Books, 1999.  335pp.  (HN110.5. Z9V575 1999)

 

Kushner, Harvey W., ed.   The Future of Terrorism:  Violence in the New Millennium.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage, 1998.  278pp.  (HV6432  .F87 1998)

 

Labeviere, Richard.  Dollars for Terror:  The United States and Islam.  Translated by Martin DeMers.  New York:  Algora, 2000.  393pp.  (HV6432 .L13 2000)

 

Laqueur, Walter.  A History of Terrorism.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Transaction, 2001.  277pp.  (HV6431 .L348 2001)

 

Laqueur, Walter.  The New Terrorism:  Fanaticism and the Arms of Mass Destruction.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 1999.  312pp.  (HV6431 .L361 1999)

 

Lavoy, Peter R, Scott D. Sagan, and James J. Wirtz, eds.  Planning the Unthinkable:  How New Powers Will Use Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Weapons.  Ithaca, NY:  Cornell University Press, 2000.  270pp.  (U793 .P53 2000)

 

Levie, Howard S.  Terrorism in War,  the Law of War Crimes.  Dobbs Ferry, NY:  Oceana, 1993.  721pp.  (K5301 .L48 1993)

 

Lifton, Robert Jay.  Destroying the World to Save It:  Aum Shinrikyo, Apocalyptic Violence and the New Global Terrorism.  New York:  Henry Holt and Co., 1999.  374pp.  (BP605 .O88L54 1999)

 

Litwak, Robert.  Rogue States and U.S. Foreign Policy:  Containment after the Cold War.  Washington:  Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2000.  290pp.  (KZ6374 .L37 2000)

MacDonald, Eileen.  Shoot the Women First.  1st ed.  New York:  Random House, 1991.  241pp.  (HV6431 .M332 1992)

 

Maddy-Weitzman, Bruce, and Efraim Inbar, eds.  Religious Radicalism in the Greater Middle East.  Special issue of Terrorism and Political Violence.  Portland, OR:  Frank Cass, 1997.  264pp.  (BP63 .A4M535 1997)

 

Maley, William, ed.   Fundamentalism Reborn?:  Afghanistan and the Taliban.  New York:  New York University Press, 1998.  253pp.  (DS371.3 .F86 1998)

 

Marty, Martin E., and F. Scott Appleby, eds.   Fundamentalisms and the State:  Remaking Polities, Economies, and Militance.  Vol. 3.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 1993.  665pp.  (BL238 .F83 1991)

 

McGuckin, Frank, ed.   Terrorism in the United States.  New York:  H.W. Wilson, 1997.  131pp.  (HV6432 .T451 1997)

 

McNeely, Kurt A.  Agricultural Terrorism:  Breaking New Ground.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2001.  18pp.  (AD-A391-099)

 

Merari, Ariel.  "The Readiness to Kill and Die:  Suicidal Terrorism in the Middle East."  In Origins of Terrorism:  Psychologies, Ideologies, Theologies, States of Mind, ed. Walter Reich, 192-207.  Washington:  Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 1990.  (HV6431 .O74 1990)

 

Michel, Lou.  American Terrorist:  Timothy McVeigh & the Oklahoma City Bombing.  New York:  Regan Books, 2001.  426pp.  (HV6430 .M28M53 2001)

 

Miller, Judith, Stephen Engelberg, and William Broad.  Germs:  Biological Weapons and America's Secret War.  New York:  Simon & Schuster, 2001.  382pp.  (UG447.8 .M55 2001)

 

Murakami, Haruki.  Underground.  Translated by Alfred Birnbaum and Philip Gabriel.  New York:  Vintage International, 2001.  366pp.  (BP605 .O88M87 2001)

 

Mylroie, Laurie.  Study of Revenge:  Saddam Hussein's Unfinished War against America.  Washington:  AEI Press, 2000.  323pp.  (HV6432 .M95 2000)

 

Nasr, Kameel B.  Arab and Israeli Terrorism:  The Causes and Effects of Political Violence, 1936-1993.  Jefferson, NC:  McFarland & Co., 1997.  261pp.  (DS119.7 .N346 1997)

 

Niblock, Tim.  "Pariah States" & Sanctions in the Middle East:  Iraq, Libya, Sudan.  Boulder, CO:  Lynne Rienner, 2001.  241pp.  (JZ6373 .N53 2001)

 

Perlstein, Richard M.  The Mind of the Political Terrorist.  Wilmington, DE:  SR Books, 1991.  237pp.  (HV6431 .P43 1991)

 

Pipes, Daniel.  Conspiracy:  How the Paranoid Style Flourishes and Where It Comes From.  New York:  Free Press, 1997.  258pp.  (D21.3 .P55 1997)

 

Post, Jerrold M.  "Terrorists Psycho-Logic:  Terrorist Behavior as a Product of Psycho-Logical Force."   In Origins of Terrorism:  Psychologies, Ideologies, Theologies, States of Mind, ed. Walter Reich, 25-40.  Washington:  Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 1990.  (HV6431 .O74 1990)

 

Rapoport, David C., ed.  Inside Terrorist Organizations.  Portland, OR:  Frank Cass, 2001.  273pp.  (HV6431 .I481 2001)

 

Rashid, Ahmed.  Taliban:  Militant Islam, Oil and Fundamentalism in Central Asia.  New Haven, CT:  Yale Nota Bene, 2001.  274pp.  (DS371.2 .R367 2001)

 

Reeve, Simon.  The New Jackals:  Ramzi Yousef, Osama Bin Laden and the Future of Terrorism.  Boston:  Northeastern University Press, 1999.  294pp.  (HV6432 .R44 1999)

 

Reich, Walter, ed.   Origins of Terrorism:  Psychologies, Ideologies, Theologies, States of Mind.  Washington:  Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, 1990.  289pp.  (HV6431 .O74 1990)

 

Robins, Robert S., and Jerrold M. Post.  Political Paranoia:  The Psychopolitics of Hatred.  New Haven, CT:  Yale University Press, 1997.  366pp.  (JA74.5 .R55 1997)

 

Schweitzer, Glenn E., and Carole C. Dorsch.  Superterrorism:  Assassins, Mobsters, and Weapons of Mass Destruction.  New York:  Plenum Trade, 1998.  363pp.  (HV6431 .S13 1998)

 

Sharif, Idris.  The Success of Political Terrorist Events:  An Analysis of Terrorist Tactics and Victim Characteristics, 1968 to 1977.  Lanham, MD:  University Press of America, 1996.  160pp.  (HV6431 .S4665 1996)

 

Shope, Virginia C., comp.  Multinational Operations:  A Selected Bibliography.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College Library, 2001.  15pp.  (U413 .Z9M84 2001)

 

Simon, Jeffrey D.  The Terrorist Trap:  America's Experience with Terrorism.  Bloomington:  Indiana University Press, 1994.  463pp.  (HV6432 .S55 1994)

Snow, Robert L.  The Militia Threat:  Terrorists among Us.  New York:  Plenum Trade, 1999.  266pp.  (HV6432 .S67 1999)

 

Sper, Mary K.  Towards Understanding Terrorism:  A Theoretical Examination of Internal Cohesion in Terrorist Groups and the Negative Dynamic of Violence.  Thesis (M.A.).  Monterey:  Naval Postgraduate School, 1995.  122pp.  (HV6431 .S66 1995)

 

Stein, Richard Joseph.  "Terrorism."   In U.S. Foreign Policy since the Cold War, ed. Richard Joseph Stein, 121-143.  New York:  H.W. Wilson, 2001.  (E840 .U172 2001)

 

Stern, Jessica.  The Ultimate Terrorists.  Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press, 1999.  214pp.  (HV6431 .S74 1999)

 

Taylor, Maxwell.  The Fanatics:  A Behavioural Approach to Political Violence.  1st ed.  Washington:  Brassey's, 1991.  304pp.  (HM281 .T345 1991)

 

Terrill, Ray J.  Islamic Fundamentalism:  What the Strategic Leader Needs to Know.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 1997.  28pp.  (AD-A326-520)

 

Treadway, C.G.C.  More Than Just a Nuisance:  When Aerial Terror Bombing Works.  Maxwell Air Force Base:  Air University Press, 1998.  42pp.  (UG635.3 .U51 TH T62)

 

Tucker, Jonathan B., ed.   Toxic Terror:  Assessing Terrorist Use of Chemical and Biological Weapons.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press, 2000.  303pp.  (HV6431 .T68 2000)

 

Turner, Stansfield.  Terrorism and Democracy.  Boston:  Houghton Mifflin, 1991.  274pp.  (E183.8 .I55T87 1991)

 

U.S. Department of State.  Patterns of Global Terrorism.  Washington:  U.S. Department of State, Office for Combatting Terrorism, 2000.  1 vol.  (HV6431 .P37 2000)

 

U.S. Department of State.  Bureau of Diplomatic Security.  Political Violence against Americans.  Washington:  U.S.  Department of State.  Bureau of Diplomatic Security, 1999.  1 vol.  (HV6431 .S4 1999)

 

Valls, Andrew.  "Can Terrorism Be Justified?"   In Ethics in International Affairs:  Theories and Cases, ed. Andrew Valls, 65-79.  Lanham, MD:  Rowman & Littlefield, 2000.  (JZ1306 .E88 2000)

 

Walzer, Michael.  "Terrorism:  A Critique of Excuses."   In Problems of International Justice, ed. Steven Luper-Foy, 237-247.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1988.  (JX1391 .P76 1988)

 

Walzer, Michael.  "Terrorism:  The Political Code."   In Just and Unjust Wars:  A Moral Argument with Historical Illustrations, ed. Michael Walzer, 197-206.  New York:  Basic Books, 1992.  (U21.2 .W3 1992)

 

Webster, William H., Arnaud De Borchgrave, and Linnea P. Raine.  Wild Atom:  Nuclear Terrorism.  Washington:  Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1998.  57pp.  (HV6431 .W547 1998)

 

Wilkinson, Paul.  Terrorism Versus Democracy:  The Liberal State Response.  Portland, OR:  Frank Cass, 2001.  255pp.  (HV6431 .W34 2001)

Wilkinson, Paul, and Brian Michael Jenkins, eds.   Aviation Terrorism and Security.  Portland, OR:  Frank Cass, 1999.  177pp.  (HE9797.4 .S4A95 1999)

 

Wolf, John B.  Fear of Fear:  A Survey of Terrorist Operations and Controls in Open Societies.  New York:  Plenum Press, 1981.  235pp.  (HV6431 .W65)

 

 

Periodical Articles

 

Ahrari, M. Ehsan.  “Transnational Terrorism, Pakistan, and the U.S.”  Strategic Review 29 (Winter 2001):  11-17.

 

Arbatov, Alexei G.  “The Day After:  An Assessment.  A Russian Note of Caution.”  Survival 43 (Winter 2001):  149-154.

 

Badey, Thomas J.  “Defining International Terrorism:  A Pragmatic Approach.”  Terrorism and Political Violence 10 (Spring 1998):  90-107.

 

Bearden, Milton.  "Afghanistan, Graveyard of Empires."  Foreign Affairs 80 (November-December 2001):  17-30.

Blanche, Ed.  "Security and Stability in the Middle East -- The Al-Khobar Factor."  Jane's Intelligence Review 13 (June 2001):  32-35.

 

Brannan, David W., Philip F. Esler, and N.T. Anders Strindberg.  "Talking to 'Terrorists':  Towards an Independent Analytical Framework for the Study of Violent Substate Activism."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (January-February 2001):  3-24.

 

Cameron, Gavin.  "Multi-track Microproliferation:  Lessons from Aum Shinrikyo and Al Qaida."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 22 (October-December 1999):  277-309.

 

Carter, Ashton, John Deutch, and Philip Zelikow.  "Catastrophic Terrorism."  Foreign Affairs 77 (November-December 1998):  80-94.

 

Christopher, George W., and others.  "Biological Warfare:  A Historical Perspective."  JAMA:  The Journal of the American Medical Association 278 (6 August 1997):  412-417.

 

Denning, Dorothy.  "Cyberwarriors:  Activists and Terrorists Turn to Cyberspace."  Harvard International Review 23 (Summer 2001):  70-75.

 

Dishman, Chris.  "Terrorism, Crime, and Transformation."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (January-February 2001):  43-58.

 

Do Ceu Pinto, Maria.  "Some US Concerns Regarding Islamist and Middle Eastern Terrorism."  Terrorism and Political Violence 11 (Autumn 1999):  72-96.

 

Drake, C.J.M.  "The Role of Ideology in Terrorists' Target Selection."  Terrorism and Political Violence 10 (Summer 1998):  53-85.

 

Foxell, Joseph W., Jr.  "Current Trends in Agroterrorism (Antilivestock, Anticrop, and Antisoil Bioagricultural Terrorism) and Their Potential Impact on Food Security."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (March-April 2001):  107-129.

 

Garrett, Laurie.  "The Nightmare of Bioterrorism."  Foreign Affairs (January-February 2001):  76-89.

 

Gheordunescu, Mircea.  "Terrorism and Organized Crime -- The Romanian Perspective."  Terrorism and Political Violence 11 (Winter 1999):  24-29.

 

Gompert, David C.  "The Day After:  An Assessment.  An American Perspective on 11 September."  Survival 43 (Winter 2001):  137-142.

 

Gordon, Philip H.  "NATO after 11 September."  Survival 43 (Winter 2001):  89-106.

 

Hajjar, Sami G.  "The U.S. And Islamic Fundamentalists:  The Need for Dialogue."  Strategic Review 25 (Winter 1997):  48-54.

 

Hartle, Anthony E.  "Military Ethic in An Age of Terror."  Parameters 25 (Summer 1995):  120-127.

 

Heisbourg, Francois.  "The Day After:  An Assessment.  Europe and the Transformation of the World Order."  Survival 43 (Winter 2001):  143-148.

 

Hendrickson, Ryan C.  "American War Powers and Terrorists:  The Case of Usama Bin Laden."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 23 (July-September 2000):  161-174.

 

Hof, Frederic C.  "The Beirut Bombing of October 1983:  An Act of Terrorism?"  Parameters  15 (Summer 1985):  69-74.

 

Huntington, Samuel P.  "The Clash of Civilizations?"  Foreign Affairs 72 (Summer 1993):  22-49.

 

Ikenberry, G. John.  "American Grand Strategy in the Age of Terror."  Survival 43 (Winter 2001):  19-34.

 

Jackson, Brian A.  "Technology Acquisition by Terrorist Groups:  Threat Assessment Informed by Lessons from Private Sector Technology Adoption."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (May-June 2001):  183-214.

 

Jenkins, Brian Michael.  "Terrorism and Beyond:  A 21st Century Perspective."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (September-October 2001):  321-327.

 

Masmoudi, Radwan A.  "Struggles Behind Words:  Shariah, Sunnism, and Jihad."  SAIS Review 21 (Summer-Fall 2001):  19-24.

 

Mayer, Jean-Francois.  "Cults, Violence and Religious Terrorism:  An International Perspective."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (September-October 2001):  361-376.

 

Monaghan, Rachel.  "Single-Issue Terrorism:  A Neglected Phenomenon?"  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 23 (October-December 2000):  255-265.

 

Parachini, John V.  "Comparing Motives and Outcomes of Mass Casualty Terrorism Involving Conventional and Unconventional Weapons."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (September-October 2001):  389-406.

 

Pedahzur, Ami.  "Struggling with the Challenges of Right-Wing Extremism and Terrorism within Democratic Boundaries:  A Comparative Analysis."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (September-October 2001):  339-359.

 

Pluchinsky, Dennis A.  "Terrorism in the Former Soviet Union:  A Primer, a Puzzle, a Prognosis."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 21 (April-June 1998):  119-147.

 

Ranstorp, Magnus.  "Interpreting the Broader Context and Meaning of Bin-Laden's Fatwa."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 21 (October-December 1998):  321-330.

 

Raufer, Xavier.  "New World Disorder, New Terrorisms:  New Threats for Europe and the Western World."  Terrorism and Political Violence 11 (Winter 1999):  30-51.

 

Richardson, Louise.  "Terrorists as Transnational Actors."  Terrorism and Political Violence 11 (Winter 1999):  209-219.

 

Roy, Olivier, and others.  "America and the New Terrorism:  An Exchange."  Survival 42 (Summer 2000):  156-172.

 

Satloff, Robert, John L. Esposito, and Shibley Telhami.  "Foreign Policy Debate:  Propaganda, the Satans, and Other Misunderstandings."  SAIS Review 21 (Summer-Fall 2001):  139-154.

 

Schmid, Alex P.  "Terrorism and the Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction:  From Where the Risk?"  Terrorism and Political Violence 11 (Winter 1999):  106-132.

 

Schuster, Mark A., and others.  "A National Survey of Stress Reactions after the September 11, 2001, Terrorist Attacks."  The New England Journal of Medicine 345 (15 November 2001):  1507-1512.

 

Smith, Paul J.  "Transnational Security Threats and State Survival:  A Role for the Military?"  Parameters 30 (Autumn 2000):  77-91.

 

Sprinzak, Ehud.  "The Great Superterrorism Scare."  Foreign Policy 112 (Fall 1998):  110-119+.

 

Sprinzak, Ehud.  "Rational Fanatics."  Foreign Policy 120 (September-October 2000):  66-73.

 

Weinberg, Leonard, and William L. Eubank.  "Cultural Differences and the Behavior of Terrorists."  Terrorism and Political Violence 6 (Spring 1994):  1-18.

 

Weinberger, Casper.  "When Can We Target the Leaders?"  Strategic Review 29 (Spring 2001):  21-24.

 

Whine, Michael.  "Cyberspace -- a New Medium for Communication, Command, and Control by Extremists."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 22 (July-September 1999):  231-245.

 

Zanini, Michele.  "Middle Eastern Terrorism and Netwar."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 22 (July-September 1999):  247-256.

 

 

Internet Sites

Perl, Raphael F.  Terrorism, the Future, and U.S. Foreign Policy.  CRS Issue Brief for Congress.  Last update 17 October 2001.  Accessed 20 November 2001.  http://www.fpc.gov/CRS_REPS/crs_terr.pdf.

 

RAND.  Terrorism (1980-2001):  A Bibliography of Selected RAND Publications.  September 2001.  Accessed 20 November 2001.  http://www.rand.org/publications/bib/SB2060.pdf.

 

The Terrorism Research Center.  "…dedicated to informing the public of the phenomena of terrorism and information warfare."  Accessed 20 November 2001.  http://www.terrorism.com/index.shtml

 

U.S. Department of Defense.  DOD USS Cole Commission Report, 9 January 2001:  Executive Summary.  Accessed 20 November 2001.  http://www.defenselink.mil/pubs/cole20010109.html.

 

U.S. Department of Justice.  Al Qaeda Training Manual.  manual was located by the Manchester (England) Metropolitan Police during a search of an Al Qaeda member's home. The manual was found in a computer file described as "the military series" related to the 'Declaration of Jihad.' The manual was translated into English and was introduced earlier this year at the embassy bombing trial in New York. The Department is only providing the following selected text from the manual because it does not want to aid in educating terrorists or encourage further acts of terrorism."  Accessed 20 November 2001.  http://www.usdoj.gov/ag/trainingmanual.htm.

 

 

 

 Homeland Security

 

Books and Documents

 

Abeyratne, Ruwantissa. I. R.  Aviation Security:  Legal and Regulatory Aspects.  Brookfield, VT:  Ashgate, 1998.  367pp.  (K5276 .A24 1998)

 

Ackerman, David M.  Response to Terrorism:  Legal Aspects of the Use of Military Force.  Washington:  Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, 2001.  2pp.  (KF5060 .A35 2001)

 

Anderson, Donnie P.  The Army's Commitment to Supporting the Homeland Security Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and High-Yield Explosive Weapon Terrorist Threat:  Can the Reserve Components Meet the Requirement by Themselves?  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2001.  23pp.  (AD-A388-953)

 

Anderson, Edwin W., Jr.  Right-Wing Extremism in America and Its Implications for the U.S Army.  Maxwell Air Force Base:  Air University, Air War College, 1996.  88pp.  (UG635.31 .A52 1996)

 

Applegate, Melissa A.  Preparing for Asymmetry:  As Seen through the Lens of Joint Vision 2020.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2001.  32pp.  (U413 .A66A66 2001)

 

Bascetta, Cynthia A.  Combating Terrorism:   Chemical and Biological Medical Supplies Are Poorly Managed.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 2000.  3pp.  (HV6432 .B17 2000)

 

Blank, Stephen, and others.  Challenging the United States Symmetrically and Asymmetrically:  Can America Be Defeated?  Manuscripts prepared for the U.S. Army War College 9th Annual Strategy Conference, 31 March  - 2 April, 1998, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsylvania.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 1998.  14 vols.  (U413 .S7 1998)

 

Brake, Jeffrey D.  Terrorism and the Military's Role in Domestic Crisis Management:  Background and Issues for Congress.  Washington:  Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, 2001.  23pp.  (HV6432 .B72 2001)

 

Brechtefeld, Jorg.  "Domestic Implications of Terrorism in the United States: 1972-1990."   In Handbook of Global Legal Policy, ed. Stuart S. Nagel, 469-484.  New York:  M. Dekker, 2000.  (K561 .H36 2000)

 

Brock, Jack L.  Critical Infrastructure Protection:  Challenges to Building a Comprehensive Strategy for Information Sharing and Coordination.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 2000.  13pp.  (QA76.9 .A25B764 2000)

 

Cilluffo, Frank J., Sharon L. Cardash, and Gordon N. Lederman.  Combating Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear Terrorism:  A Comprehensive Strategy:  A Report of the CSIS Homeland Defense Project.  Washington:  CSIS Press, 2001.  54pp.  (HV6432 .C45 2001)

 

Collins, Joseph J., and Michael Horowitz.  Homeland Defense:  A Strategic Approach.  Washington:  Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2001.  47pp.  (HV6432 .C66 2001)

 

Colpo, Michael.  Smell the Coffee:  Military Support to Civilian Authorities & Homeland Defense Here & Now.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 1999.  34pp.  (AD-A364-099)

 

Cordesman, Anthony H.  Defending America:  Redefining the Conceptual Borders of Homeland Defense:  Terrorism, Asymmetric Warfare and Nuclear Weapons.  "...excerpt from the final draft of a book on Homeland Defense being prepared as part of the CSIS Homeland Defense Project."  Washington:  Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2001.  38pp.  (U793 .C67 2001)

 

Cyrulik, Joseph C.  Asymmetric Warfare and the Threat to the American Homeland.  Arlington:  AUSA Institute of Land Warfare, 1999.  13pp.  (UA23 .A95L15 99-8)

 

Dacey, Robert F.  Critical Infrastructure Protection:  Significant Challenges in Developing Analysis, Warning, and Response Capabilities.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 2001.  10pp.  (QA76.9 .A25D33 2001)

 

De Borchgrave, Arnaud, and others.  Cyber Threats and Information Security:  Meeting the 21st Century Challenge:  A Report of the CSIS Homeland Defense Project.  Washington:  CSIS Press, 2001.  38pp.  (QA76.9. A25C93 2001)

 

Dire, Daniel J.  Disaster Medicine:  Conventional Terrorist Bombings.  USAWC Senior Service College Fellowship Paper.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2001.  37pp.  (AD-A391-827)

 

Echevarria, Antulio J., II.  The Army and Homeland Security:  A Strategic Perspective.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2001.  23pp.  (U413 .A66E34 2001)

 

Falkenrath, Richard A., Robert D. Newman, and Bradley A. Thayer.  America's Achilles' Heel:  Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical Terrorism and Covert Attack.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press, 1998.  354pp.  (HV6432 .F35 1998)

 

Feulner, Edwin J.  What Are America's Vital Interests?  Washington:  The Heritage Foundation, 1996.  8pp.  (HD87 .H26 no. 557)

 

Flournoy, Michele A., ed.  QDR 2001:  Strategy-Driven Choices for America's Security.  Washington:  National Defense University Press, 2001.  388pp.  (UA23 .Q27 2001)

 

Glass, Deborah P.  Cyberterrorism Versus Cyberwar:  At What Point Does Department of Justice (DoJ) Turn over Cyber Incidents to the Department of Defense?  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2001.  21pp.  (AD-A390-624)

 

Goure, Daniel.  Defense of the U.S. Homeland against Strategic Attack.  Washington:  Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2000.  23pp.  (UG743 .G684 2000)

 

Graham, Bradley.  Hit to Kill:  The New Battle over Shielding America from Missile Attack.  1st ed.  New York:  Public Affairs, 2001.  430pp.  (UG743 .G61 2001)

 

Grimmett, Richard F.  War Powers Resolution:  Presidential Compliance.  Washington:  Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, 2001.  16pp.  (KF5060 .G75 2001)

 

Handbook for Interagency Management of Complex Contingency Operations.  Vienna, VA:  ThoughtLink Inc., 1998.  1 vol.  (JF195 .H15 1998)

 

Heymann, Philip B.  Terrorism and America:  A Commonsense Strategy for a Democratic Society.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press, 1998.  179pp.  (HV6432 .H29 1998)

 

Hinton, Henry L.  Combating Terrorism:  Observations on Federal Spending to Combat Terrorism.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 1999.  20pp.  (HV6432 .H564 1999)

 

Iklι, Fred Charles.  Defending the U.S. Homeland:  Strategic and Legal Issues for DOD and the Armed Services.  Washington:  CSIS Press, 1999.  24pp.  (UA10.5 .I54 1999)

 

Irvin, George E.  Integrating the Army National Guard and the Army Reserve into the Weapons of Mass Destruction Consequence Management Roles.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2001.  68pp.  (AD-A391-860)

 

Jackson, Michael P.  Active Duty and Reserve Component Roles in America's Homeland Defense.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2000.  23pp.  (AD-A376-307)

 

Kreul, John.  The Threat of Terrorism against the U.S. Homeland:  What Part Should the Military Play in the Federal Response?  Arlington:  AUSA Institute of Land Warfare, 2000.  5pp.  (UA10.5 .N16 2000-5-2)

 

Krouse, William J., and Raphael F. Perl.  Terrorism:  Automated Lookout Systems and Border Security Options.  Washington:  Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, 2001.  12pp.  (HV6431 .K769 2001)

 

Larson, Eric V., and John E. Peters.  Preparing the U.S. Army for Homeland Security:  Concepts, Issues, and Options.  Santa Monica:  Rand, 2001.  310pp.  (UA25 .L37 2001)

 

Lathrop, Charles, and Mackenzie M. Eaglen.  The Commission on National Security/21st Century:  A Hart-Rudman Commission Primer.  Arlington:  AUSA Institute of Land Warfare, 2001.  6pp.  (UA10.5 .N16 2001-4-6)

 

Lindsay, James M., and Michael E. O'Hanlon.  Defending America:  The Case for Limited National Missile Defense.  Washington:  Brookings Institution Press, 2001.  258pp.  (UG743 .L556 2001)

 

Marcella, Gabriel, comp.  Evolution of U.S. Strategy on Terrorism, 1986-1998.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Department of National Security and Strategy, 1998.  1 vol.  (U413 .D6M16 1998)

 

Mayes, Kelly L.  An Analysis of Current United States Homeland Defense Policies.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2000.  18pp.  (AD-A378-214)

 

Metz, Steven, and Douglas V. Johnson, II.  Asymmetry and U.S. Military Strategy:  Definition, Background, and Strategic Concepts.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2001.  25pp.  (U413 .A66SR M37)

 

Morbach, Gernot W.  Terrorism and Organized Crime:  The Alliance of Tomorrow?:  How to Counter a Possible Future Threat.  Thesis (M.S.).  Monterey:  Naval Postgraduate School, 1998.  151pp.  (V425 .U5 TH M561)

 

Moteff, John D.  Critical Infrastructures:  Background and Early Implementation of PDD-63.  Washington:  Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, 2001.  24pp.  (E839.5 .P62 no. 63a)

 

O'Hanlon, Michael E.  "Homeland Defense."   In Defense Policy Choices for the Bush Administration 2001-05, Michael E. O'Hanlon, 115-142.  Washington:  Brookings Institution Press, 2001.  (UA23 .O34 2001)

 

Osterholm, Michael T., and John Schwartz.  Living Terrors:  What America Needs to Know to Survive the Coming Bio-Terrorist Catastrophe.  New York:  Delacorte Press, 2000.  232pp.  (UG447.8 .O77 2000)

 

Pelletiere, Stephen C.  Terrorism:  National Security Policy and the Home Front.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 1995.  90pp.  (U413 .A66T47 1995)

 

Rabkin, Norman J.  Combating Terrorism:  Linking Threats to Strategies and Resources.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 2000.  13pp.  (HV6432 .R11 2000)

 

Rehnquist, William H.  All the Laws but One:  Civil Liberties in Wartime.  1st ed.  New York:  Knopf, 1998.  254pp.  (KF4750 .R44 1998)

 

Relyea, Harold.  National Emergency Powers.  Washington:  Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, 2001.  21pp.  (KF5060 .R45 2001)

 

Riley, Kevin Jack, and Bruce Hoffman.  Domestic Terrorism:  A National Assessment of State and Local Preparedness.  Santa Monica:  Rand, 1995.  66pp.  (HV6432 .R55 1995)

 

Roxborough, Ian.  The Hart-Rudman Commission and the Homeland Defense.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2001.  32pp.  (U413 .A66R75 2001)

 

Sellers, Charles M.  A Federal Emergency Response Apparatus:  A Need for Change?  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 1999.  33pp.  (AD-A363-878)

 

Smith, James M., and William C. Thomas, eds.  The Terrorism Threat and U.S. Government Response:  Operational and Organizational Factors.  US Air Force Academy, CO:  USAF Institute for National Security Studies, 2001.  284pp.  (HV6432 .T27 2001)

 

Stevens, Paul Schott.  U.S. Armed Forces and Homeland Defense:  The Legal Framework.  Washington:  Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2001.  29pp.  (KF5060 .S74 2001)

 

Stout, Michael E.  Combating Biological Terrorism:  Is Department of Defense Prepared to Support U.S. Government Interagency Quarantine Operations?  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2000.  19pp.  (AD-A378-460)

 

Stuart, Douglas T., ed.   Organizing for National Security.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2000.  301pp.  (U413 .A66O73 2000)

 

Taitano, John Ray.  Anthrax:  Weapon of Mass Destruction.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2001.  27pp.  (AD-A391-109)

 

Tenet, George J.  Hearing on Current and Projected Threats to the United States.  Statement before the Senate Committee on Armed Services, 6 February 1997.  Washington:  Senate Committee on Armed Services, 1997.  24pp.  (UA23 .A51T25 1997)

 

Tilford, Earl H., Jr., comp.  Redefining Homeland Security.  Conference brief.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2001.  4pp.  (U413 .A662R22 2001)

 

Tussing, Bert B., and Jeffrey C. Reynolds.  Consequence Management Symposium.  Issues paper.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Center for Strategic Leadership, 2001.  4pp.  (U413 .C75I7 01-9)

U.S. Army Forces Command.  Domestic Emergencies Handbook.  2nd ed.  [s.l.]:  U.S. Army Forces Command, 1999.  125pp.  (HV555 .U6D65 1999)

 

U.S. Army War College.  Seminar Seven Class of 2000.  Strategic Visions:  National Security White Papers.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 1999.  1 vol.  (U413 .AY00 S77 1999)

 

U.S. Congress. House.  Committee on Armed Services.  The Investigation into the Attack on the U.S.S. Cole.  Washington:  House Armed Services Committee, 2001.  35pp.  (V825.3 .U53 2001)

 

U.S. Congress. Senate.  Committee on Governmental Affairs.  Bioterrorism:  Federal Research and Preparedness Activities.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 2001.  90pp.  (HV6432 .B56 2001)

 

U.S. Department of the Treasury.  The 2001 National Money Laundering Strategy.  Washington:  U.S. Department of the Treasury, Office of Enforcement, 2001.  76pp.  (HV8079 .M64T96 2001)

 

U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation. Terrorist Research and Analytical Center.  Terrorism in the United States.  "30 years of terrorism:  a special retrospective edition."  Washington:  U.S. Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1999.  1 vol.  (HV6432 .T46 1999)

 

U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency.  Federal Response Plan.  Washington:  Federal Emergency Management Agency, 1999.  1 vol.  (HV555 .U6F4 1999)

 

U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency.  International Cooperation in Emergency Preparedness and Disaster Management.  Washington:  Federal Emergency Management Agency, 2000.  2 vols.  (HV544.5 .I68 2000)

 

U.S. Federal Emergency Management Agency.  United States Government Interagency Domestic Terrorism Concept of Operations Plan.  Computer file of CONPLAN.  Washington:  Federal Emergency Management Agency, 2001.  30pp.  (HV6432 .U557 2001)

 

U.S. General Accounting Office.  Chemical Weapons:  FEMA and Army Must Be Proactive in Preparing States for Emergencies.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 2001.  63pp.  (UG447.U5311 2001)

 

U.S. General Accounting Office.  Combating Terrorism:  Accountability over Medical Supplies Needs Further Improvement.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 2001.  49pp.  (HV6432 .U539 2001)

 

U.S. General Accounting Office.  Combating Terrorism:  Selected Challenges and Related Recommendations.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 2001.  209pp.  (HV6432 .U541 2001)

 

U.S. Institute of Medicine.  Chemical and Biological Terrorism:  Research and Development to Improve Civilian Medical Response.  Washington:  National Academy Press, 1999.  279pp.  (RA648 .C525 1999)

 

Walker, David M.  Homeland Security:  A Framework for Addressing the Nation's Efforts.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 2001.  18pp.  (HV6432 .W25 2001)

 

Ward, Judith A.  Homeland Defense:  Are We There Yet?  Maxwell Air Force Base:  Air University, Air War College, USAF Counterproliferation Center, 2001.  19pp.  (UG635.33 .F8 no.11)

 

Webster, William H., Arnaud De Borchgrave, and Linnea P. Raine.  Wild Atom:  Nuclear Terrorism.  Washington:  Center for Strategic and International Studies, 1998.  57pp.  (HV6431 .W547 1998)

 

Williamitis, Gregory M.  Implementing the National Security Strategy of Critical Infrastructure Protection.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2000.  16pp.  (AD-A377-648)

 

 

Periodical Articles

Bacevich, Andrew J.  "Mr. Clinton's War on Terrorism."  Strategic Review 27 (Spring 1999):  17-22.

 

Bodrero, D. Douglas.  "Confronting Terrorism on the State and Local Level."  FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 68 (March 1999):  11-18.

 

Bogart, Adrian T., III.  "Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Teams."  Army Logistician 33 (July-August 2001):  21-24.

 

Bush, George.  "Prelude to Retaliation:  Building a Governmental Consensus on Terrorism."  SAIS Review 7 (Winter-Spring 1987):  1-9.

 

Casagrande, Rocco.  "Biological Terrorism Targeted at Agriculture:  The Threat to US National Security."  The Nonproliferation Review 7 (Fall-Winter 2000):  92-105.

 

Chyba, Christopher F.  "Biological Terrorism and Public Health."  Survival 43 (Spring 2001):  93-106.

 

Davies, Kirk L.  "The Imposition of Martial Law in the United States."  Air Force Law Review (2000):  67-112.

Falkenrath, Richard A.  "Problems of Preparedness:  U.S. Readiness for a Domestic Terrorist Attack."  International Security 25 (Spring 2001):  147-186.

 

Hamblet, William P., and Jerry G. Kline.  "Interagency Cooperation:  PDD 56 and Complex Contingency Operations."  JFQ:  Joint Force Quarterly no. 24 (Spring 2000):  92-97.

 

Holmes, Kim R.  "Responding to the Attack on America:  Beware of Constraints Imposed by International Coalition."  The Heritage Foundation Backgrounder no. 1473 (17 September 2001):  1-3.

 

Holmes, Kim R., and Edwin Meese, III.  "The Administration's Anti-Terrorism Package:  Balancing Security and Liberty."  The Heritage Foundation Backgrounder no. 1484 (3 October 2001):  1-4.

 

Johnson, Mark H.  "The Coast Guard Alternative."  Naval War College Review 53 (Winter 2000):  141-147.

 

Johnson, Stephen.  "U.S. Coalition against Terrorism Should Include Latin America."  The Heritage Foundation Backgrounder no. 1489 (9 October 2001):  1-3.

 

Kelly, Terrence.  "An Organizational Framework for Homeland Defense."  Parameters 31 (Autumn 2001):  105-116.

 

Kolet, Kristin S.  "Asymmetric Threats to the United States."  Comparative Strategy 20 (July-September 2001):  277-292.

 

Larsen, Randall J., and Ruth A David.  "Homeland Defense:  Assumptions First, Strategy Second."  Strategic Review 28 (Fall 2000):  4-10.

 

Larsen, Randall J., and Ruth A David.  "Homeland Defense:  State of the Union."  Strategic Review 29 (Spring 2001):  5-11.

 

Lujan, Thomas R.  "Legal Aspects of Domestic Employment of the Army."  Parameters 27 (Autumn 1997):  82-97.

 

Mandel, Michael J., Peter Coy, and William Symonds.  "Rethinking the Economy."  Business Week no. 3751 (1 October 2001):  28-33.

 

Martin, Robert A.  "The Joint Terrorism Task Force:  A Concept that Works."  FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin 68 (March 1999):  23-27.

 

McCaffrey, Barry R.  "Challenges to US National Security:  Dealing with Madness."  Armed Forces Journal International (October 2001):  6-8.

 

Mercier, Charles L., Jr.  "Terrorists, WMD, and the US Army Reserve."  Parameters 27 (Autumn 1997):  98-118.

Metz, Steven.  "Asymmetric Warfare:  Strategic Asymmetry."  Military Review 81 (July-August 2001):  22-31.

 

Miller, Benjamin.  "Competing Realist Perspectives on Great Power Crisis Behavior."  Security Studies 5 (Spring 1996):  309-357.

 

Muhlhausen, David B.  "Where the Justice Department Can Find $2.6 Billion for Its Anti-Terrorism Efforts."  The Heritage Foundation Backgrounder no. 1486 (5 October 2001):  1-10.

 

Murrey, Thomas W., Jr.  "Khobar Towers' Progeny:  The Development of Force Protection."  The Army Lawyer (October 1999):  1-17.

 

Naim, Moises, and Michael O'Hanlon.  "Reinventing War."  Foreign Policy 127 (November-December 2001):  30-46.

 

Pedahzur, Ami.  "Struggling within the Challenges of Right-Wing Extremism and Terrorism within Democratic Boundaries:  A Comparative Analysis."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (September-October 2001):  339-359.

 

Perry, William J.  "Preparing for the Next Attack."  Foreign Affairs 80 (November-December 2001):  31-45.

 

Schaefer, Brett D.  "Stop Subsidizing Terrorism."  The Heritage Foundation Backgrounder no. 1485 (4 October 2001):  1-11.

 

Schaefer, Brett D., and Michael Scardaville.  "How the United Nations Can Show Its Support for America's War against Terrorism."  The Heritage Foundation Backgrounder no. 1474 (18 September 2001):  1-4.

 

Schweitzer, Glenn E., and Carole C. Dorsch.  "Superterrorism:  Searching for Long-Term Solutions."  The Futurist 33 (June-July 1999):  40-45.

 

Seiple, Chris.  "Consequence Management:  Domestic Response to Weapons of Mass Destruction."  Parameters 27 (Autumn 1997):  119-134.

 

Simes, Dimitri K.  "What War Means."  The National Interest, Special Issue, no. 65-S (Thanksgiving 2001):  34-42.  

 

Simon, Steven, and Daniel Benjamin.  "America and the New Terrorism."  Survival 42 (Spring 2000):  59-75.

 

Spencer, Jack, and Michael Scardaville.  "Understanding the Bioterrorist Threat:  Facts & Figures."  The Heritage Foundation Backgrounder no. 1488 (11 October 2001):  1-17.

 

Taylor, Scott R., Amy Rowe, and Brian M. Lewis.  "Consequence Management -- In Need of a Timeout."  JFQ:  Joint Force Quarterly no. 22 (Summer 1999):  78-85.

 

Thomas, Evan.  "The Road to September 11."  Newsweek 138 (1 October 2001):  38-49.

 

Tucker, Jonathan B., and Robert P. Kadlec.  "Infectious Disease and National Security."  Strategic Review 29 (Spring 2001):  12-20.

 

Weeks, David.  "Danger Beyond the Pier."  Proceedings:  U.S. Naval Institute 127 (April 2001):  38-42.

 

Weiss, Aaron.  "When Terror Strikes, Who Should Respond?"  Parameters 31 (Autumn 2001):  117-133.

 

 

Internet Sites

 

ANSER (Advancing National Strategies & Enabling Results) Institute for Homeland Security.  Accessed 20 November 2001.  http://www.homelandsecurity.org/.

 

ANSER Institute for Homeland Security.  Journal of Homeland Security.  Accessed 20 November 2001.  http://www.homelandsecurity.org/journal/.

 

ANSER Institute for Homeland Security.  A Primer on Homeland Security.  2001.  Accessed 25 October 2001.  http://www.homelandsecurity.org/bulletin/primer.htm.

 

Baily, Martin Neil.  "Economic Policy Following the Terrorist Attacks."  International Economics Policy Briefs.  October 2001.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.iie.com/policybriefs/news01-10.pdf.

 

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.bt.cdc.gov/.

 

The Committee on Energy and Commerce.  "A Review of Federal Bioterrorism Preparedness Programs from a Public Health Perspective."  Hearing.  10 October 2001.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://energycommerce.house.gov/107/hearings/10102001Hearing390/hearing.htm.

 

Central Intelligence Agency.  The War on Terrorism.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.cia.gov/terrorism/index.html.

 

Cordesman, Anthony H.  A New Transatlantic Strategy for Terrorism and Asymmetric Warfare.  Working draft.  Revised 7 November 2001.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.csis.org/burke/hd/reports/Transatlantic1107.pdf.

 

Critical Infrastructure Assurance Office (CIAO) Home Page.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.ciao.gov/.

 

Daalder, Ivo H., and I.M. Destler.  "How Not to Reorganize for Homeland Security."  The Hill.  7 November 2001.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.brookings.edu/views/op-ed/daalder/20011107.htm.

 

Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC).  The DTIC Review Homeland Defense Bibliography of Related Documents Available from DTIC.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://stinet.dtic.mil/dticrev/v5n4bib.html.

 

Federal Bureau of Investigation.  Interagency Programs:  National Domestic Preparedness Office.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fbi.gov/homepage.htm.

 

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).  Fact Sheet:  Terrorism.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fema.gov/library/terrorf.htm.

 

Hoffman, Bruce.  "Re-Thinking Terrorism in Light of a War on Terrorism."  Testimony before the Subcommittee on Terrorism and Homeland Security, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, U.S. House of Representatives.  26 September 2001.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://intelligence.house.gov/hoffmantestimony092601.htm

 

Jenkins, Brian  Michael.  "Terrorism:  Current and Long Term Threats."  Testimony before the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Emerging Threats.  15 November 2001.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.rand.org/publications/CT/CT187/CT187.pdf.

 

Joint Service Chemical and Biological Defense Program.  Avoid, Protect, Recover:  FY00-02 Overview.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.defenselink.mil/pubs/chem_bio_def_program/CBDP_FY00_02_HandBook.pdf.

           

O'Hanlon, Michael.  "The Case for a Careful Military Response."  Analysis Paper #1.  America's Response to Terrorism.  25 September 2001.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.brook.edu/views/articles/ohanlon/2001_militaryoptions.htm.

 

U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command.  Operation Noble Eagle Website.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://tradoc.monroe.army.mil/nobleeagle.

 

U.S. Department of Defense Chemical and Biological Program.  Annual Report to Congress and Performance Plan.  July 2001.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.defenselink.mil/pubs/chem_bio_def_program/2001_CBDP_Annual_Report.pdf.

 

U.S. Department of Justice.  "Countering Terrorism and Ensuring Domestic Preparedness."  In   Office of Justice Programs:  Fiscal Year 2001 At-a-Glance.  March 2001.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.ojp.usdoj.gov/ocpa/ataglance/welcome.html.

 

U.S. Department of State.  Response to Terrorism.  Accessed 23 November 2001.  http://usinfo.state.gov/topical/pol/terror/.

 

The United States Army Homepage.  Operation Enduring Freedom.  Accessed 20 November 2001.  http://www.army.mil/attacks.htm.

 

The White House.  The Office of Homeland Security.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.whitehouse.gov/homeland/.

 

Wolfowitz, Paul.  "Building a Military for the 21st Century."  Prepared testimony to the Senate Armed Services Committee.  4 October 2001.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.senate.gov/~armed_services/statemnt/2001/011004wolf.pdf.

 

 

Selected Homeland Security Policy, Legislation, and Related Sources

 

Books and Documents

 

Bush, George W.  A Blueprint for New Beginnings:  A Responsible Budget for America's Priorities.  Washington:  Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget, 2001.  207pp.  (HJ2051 .U5328 2001)

 

Clinton, William J.  The Clinton Administration's Policy on Critical Infrastructure Protection:  Presidential Decision Directive 63.  Washington: 1998.  14pp.  (E839.5 .P62 no. 63)

 

Clinton, William J.  A National Security Strategy for a Global Age.  Washington:  The White House, 2000.  67pp.  (UA10.5 .U659 2000)

 

Cohen, William S.  Proliferation:  Threat and Response.  Washington:  Office of the Secretary of Defense, 2001.  125pp.  (UA23.3 .P76 2001)

 

National Commission on Terrorism.  Countering the Changing Threat of International Terrorism.  Washington:  National Commission on Terrorism, 2000.  1 vol.  (HV6432 .C67 2000)

 

Perry, William J., and Wayne A. Downing.  Report to the President:   The Protection of U.S. Forces Deployed Abroad.  Washington:  U.S. Department of Defense, 1996.  1 vol.  (UA23.3 .F671 1996)

 

Rumsfeld, Donald H.  Quadrennial Defense Review Report.  Washington:  U.S. Department of Defense, 2001.  71pp.  (UA23.3 .Q12 2001)

 

U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.  Annual Report for the United States Intelligence Community.  Washington:  Director of Central Intelligence, 1999.  (JK468 .I6A56 1999) 

 

U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century.  New World Coming:  American Security in the 21st Century.  (Phase 1 of 3).  Arlington:  U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century, 1999.  1 vol.  (UA10.5 .N48 Phase 1)

 

U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century.  Road Map for National Security:  Imperative for Change:  The Phase III Report of the U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century.  (Phase 3 of 3).  Washington:  U. S. Commission on National Security/21st Century, 2001.  146pp.  (UA10.5 .N48 Phase 3)

 

U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century.  Seeking a National Strategy:  A Concert for Preserving Security and Promoting Freedom:  The Phase II Report on a U.S. National Security Strategy for the 21st Century.  (Phase 2 of 3).  Arlington:  U.S. Commission on National Security/21st Century, 2000.  16pp.  (UA10.5 .N48 Phase 2)

 

U.S. Congress. House.  Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Crime.  Antiterrorism Act of 1986:  Hearing before the Subcommittee on Crime of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, Ninety-Ninth Congress, Second Session, on H.R. 4294, March 4, 1986.  Washington:  U.S. Government Printing Office, 1987.  190pp.  (JX6731 .T4U55 1986)

 

U.S. Defense Science Board.  The Defense Science Board 1997 Summer Study Task Force on DoD Responses to Transnational Threats.  Washington:  Officer of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Technology, 1997-1998.  3 vols.  (UA23.3 .D28 1997)

 

U.S. National Security Council.  International Crime Threat Assessment.  "Terrorism" in Chapter 2.  Washington:  Executive Office of the President, National Security Council, 2000.  1 vol.  (HV6252 .I58 2000)

 

U.S. President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection.  Critical Foundations:  Protecting America's Infrastructures.  Washington:  U.S. President's Commission on Critical Infrastructure Protection, 1997.  176pp.  (QA76.9 .A25U557 1997)

 

 

Internet Sites

 

Advisory Panel to Assess Domestic Response Capabilities for Terrorism Involving Weapons of Mass Destruction.  Advance Executive Summary:  Third Annual Report to the President and the Congress of the Advisory Panel to Assess Domestic Response Capabilities for Terrorism Involving Weapons of Mass Destruction.  James S. Gilmore III, Chairman.

31 October 2001.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.rand.org/nsrd/terrpanel/terror3execsumscreen.pdf.

 

Advisory Panel to Assess Domestic Response Capabilities for Terrorism Involving Weapons of Mass Destruction.  Second Annual Report to the President and the Congress:  II.  Toward a National Strategy for Combating Terrorism.  15 December 2000.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.rand.org/nsrd/terrpanel/terror2.pdf.

 

Bioterrorism Preparedness Act of 2001.  H.R. 3310.  "To improve the ability of the United States to prepare for and respond to a biological threat or attack."  16 November 2001.

            Accessed http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=107_cong_bills&docid=f:h3310ih.txt.pdf.

 

Bush, George W.  Executive Order (EO) 13224 of 23 September 2001.  Blocking Property and Prohibiting Transactions with Persons Who Commit, Threaten to Commit, or Support Terrorism.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/eo/eo-13224.htm.

 

Bush, George W.  Executive Order (EO) 13228 of 8 October 2001.  Establishing the Office of Homeland Security and the Homeland Security Council.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/eo/eo-13228.htm.

 

Bush, George W.  Executive Order (EO) 13231 of  16 October 2001.  Critical Infrastructure Protection in the Information Age.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/eo/eo-13231.htm.

 

Bush, George W.  Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD) 1 of 29 October 2001.  Organization and Operation of the Homeland Security Council.  "This is the first in a series of Homeland Security Presidential Directives that shall record and communicate presidential decisions about the homeland security policies of the United States."    Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/nspd/hspd-1.htm.

 

Bush, George W.  Homeland Security Presidential Directive (HSPD) 2 of 29 October 2001.  Combating Terrorism through Immigration Policies.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/nspd/hspd-2.htm.

 

Bush, George W.  National Security Presidential Directive (NSPD) 1 of 13 February 2001.  Organization of the National Security Council System.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/nspd/nspd-1.htm.

 

Clinton, William J.  Executive Order (EO) 13010 of 15 July 1996.  Critical Infrastructure Protection.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/eo13010.htm.

 

Clinton, William J.  Executive Order (EO) 13099 of 22 August 1998.  Prohibiting Transactions with Terrorists Who Threaten to Disrupt the Middle East Peace Process.  Accessed 21 November 2001.

            http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/eo-980822.htm.

 

Clinton, William J.  Executive Order (EO) 13129 of 4 July 1999.  Blocking Property and Prohibiting Transactions with the Taliban.  Accessed 25 October 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/eo/eo-13129.htm.

 

Clinton, William J.  Presidential Decision Directive (PDD 39) of 21 June 1995.  U.S. Policy on Counterterrorism.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/pdd39.htm.

 

Clinton, William J.  Presidential Decision Directive (PDD 56) of May 1997.  Managing Complex Contingency Operations.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/pdd56.htm.

 

Clinton, William J.  Presidential Decision Directive (PDD 62) of 22 May 1998.  Fact Sheet:  Combating Terrorism.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/pdd-62.htm.

 

Clinton, William J.  Presidential Decision Directive (PDD 63) of 22 May 1998.  The Clinton Administration's Policy on Critical Infrastructure Protection.  White Paper.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/paper598.htm.

 

Financial Anti-Terrorism Act of 2001.  H.R. 3004.  General themes.  3 October 2001.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.house.gov/financialservices/ftolss.pdf.

           

Library of Congress.  Legislation Related to the Attack of 11 September 2001.  Covers bills and joint resolutions signed into law; other resolutions approved; legislation with floor action; legislation without floor action.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://thomas.loc.gov/home/terrorleg.htm.

 

Preparedness against Domestic Terrorism Act of 2001.  H.R. 525.  Subcommittee on Economic Development, Public Buildings, & Emergency Management hearing.  9 May 2001.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.house.gov/transportation/pbed/05-09-01/05-09-01memo.html

 

Reagan, Ronald.  Executive Order (EO) 12333 of 4 December 1981.  United States Intelligence Activities.  "Prohibition on Assassination."  in Part 2.11.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/eo12333.htm.

 

Reagan, Ronald.  Executive Order (EO)12656 of 18 November 1988.  Assignment of Emergency Preparedness Responsibilities.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.ncs.gov/ncs/html/EO12656.htm.

 

State Bioterrorism Preparedness Act.  H.R. 3153.  "…to assist States in preparing for, and responding to, biological or chemical terrorists attacks.  17 October 2001.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.theorator.com/bills107/hr3153.html.

 

U.S. Department of Defense.  DoD Antiterrorism Standards.  DoD Instruction 2000.16.  14 June 2001.  Accessed 23 November 2001.  http://www.dtic.mil/whs/directives/corres/html/200016.htm.

 

U.S. Department of Defense.  Protecting the Homeland:  Report of the Defense Science Board 2000 Summer Study.  Executive Summary.  Vol. 1.  February 2001.  Accessed 23 November 2001.  http://www.acq.osd.mil/dsb/protecting.pdf.

 

U.S. Department of Defense.  Report to Congress:  Domestic Preparedness Program in the

Defense against Weapons of Mass Destruction.  1 May 1997.  Accessed 25 October 2001.  http://www.defenselink.mil/pubs/domestic/index.html.

 

U.S. Department of State.  2001 Report on Foreign Terrorist Organizations.  Compiled every two years.  5  October 2001.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.state.gov/s/ct/rls/rpt/fto/2001/index.cfm?dpcod=5258.

 

U.S. House of Representatives.  Committee on Financial Services.  "Hearing on Dismantling the Financial Infrastructure of Global Terrorism."  3 October 2001.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.house.gov/financialservices/100301tc.htm.

 

U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff.  Joint Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures for Antiterrorism.  17 March 1998.  Joint Publication 3-07.2.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.dtic.mil/doctrine/jel/new_pubs/jp3_07_2.pdf.

 

U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff.  National Military Strategy:  Shape, Respond, Prepare Now -- A Military Strategy for a New Era.  May 1997.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://www.dtic.mil/jcs/core/nms.html.

 

U.S. Senate.  Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, Federalism & Property Rights.  “Hearing on Protecting Constitutional Freedoms in the Face of Terrorism.”  3 October 2001.  Accessed 21 November 2001.  http://judiciary.senate.gov/hr100301sc.htm.

 

 

Countermeasures and Prevention

 

Books and Documents

 

Bacevich, A.J.  A Firm and Commensurate Response:  U.S. Retaliation for the Bush Assassination Attempt.  Washington:  Johns Hopkins University, Center for Strategic Education, The Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies, 2000.  9pp.  (HV6278 .B23 2000)

 

Barth, Perry E.  Countering the Biological Weapons Threat to the Homeland.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2000.  18pp.  (AD-A378-197)

 

Bellon, Timothy E.  Military Responses to State-Sponsored Terrorism:  Re-Thinking Deterrence and Coercion Theory.  Thesis (M.S.).  Monterey:  Naval Postgraduate School, 1999.  170pp.  (V425 .U5 TH B455)

 

Blakesley, Christopher L.  Terrorism, Drugs, International Law, and the Protection of Human Liberty:  A Comparative Study of International Law, Its Nature, Role, and Impact in Matters of Terrorism, Drug Trafficking, War, and Extradition.  Ardsley-on-Hudson, NY:  Transnational, 1992.  349pp.  (JX5420 .B53 1991)

 

Bolz, Frank, Jr., Kenneth J. Dudonis, and David P. Schulz.  The Counter-Terrorism Handbook:  Tactics, Procedures, and Techniques.  New York:  Elsevier, 1990.  233pp.  (HV6431 .B65 1990)

 

Bueno de Mesquita, Bruce.  "Perceptions, Deterrence, and Terrorism."   In Principles of International Politics:  People's Power, Preferences, and Perceptions, ed. Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, 320-345.  Washington:  CQ Press, 2000.  (JZ1242 .B82 2000)

 

Campbell, Kurt M., and Michele A. Flournoy.  To Prevail:  An American Strategy for the Campaign against Terrorism.  Washington:  Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2001.  399pp.  (HV6432 .C36 2001)

 

Chalk, Peter.  West European Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism:  The Evolving Dynamic.  New York:  St. Martin's Press, 1996.  232pp.  (HV6433 .E85C43 1996)

 

Dartmouth College.  Cyber Attacks During the War on Terrorism:  A Predictive Analysis.  Hanover, NH:  Institute for Security Technology Studies at Dartmouth College, 2001.  27pp.  (HV6432 .C92 2001)

 

Dashti-Gibson, Jaleh, and Richard W. Conroy.  "Taming Terrorism:  Sanctions against Libya, Sudan, and Afghanistan."   In The Sanctions Decade:  Assessing UN Strategies in the 1990s, eds. David Cortright and George A. Lopez, 107-133.  Boulder, CO:  Lynne Rienner, 2000.  (HF1413.5 .C67 2000)

 

Dickinson, Lansing E.  The Military Role in Countering Terrorist Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction.  Maxwell Air Force Base:  Air University, Air War College, USAF Counterproliferation Center, 1999.  52pp.  (UG635.33 .F8 no.1)

 

Gotowicki, Stephen H.  Confronting Terrorism:  New War Form or Mission Impossible?  Fort Leavenworth, KS:  Foreign Military Studies Office, 1998.  6pp.  (U415 .F5G572 1998)

 

Great Britain.  Parliament.  House of Commons.  11 September 2001:  The Response.  London:  House of Commons Library, International Affairs & Defence Section, 2001.  120pp.  (JN1 .R47 01-72)

 

Harclerode, Peter.  Secret Soldiers:  Special Forces in the War against Terrorism.  New York:  Cassell, 2000.  620pp.  (U262 .H37 2000)

Harman, Frank L., III.  Decisive Military Force in Response to Transnational Threats.  Strategy  Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2001.  21pp.  (AD-A389-073)

 

Hartzog, William W., John M. Shalikashvili, and Dennis J. Reimer.  Force Protection:  Antiterrorism 1997.  Fort Monroe, VA:  U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command, 1997.  (HV6431 .U54 1997)

 

Heymann, Philip B.  Terrorism and America:  A Commonsense Strategy for a Democratic Society.  Cambridge, MA:  MIT Press, 1998.  179pp.  (HV6432 .H29 1998)

 

Hoffman, Bruce.  Illicit Trafficking in Nuclear Materials.  Warwickshire, England:  Research Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism, 1999.  42pp.  (D1 .C6 no. 314/315)

 

Hoffman, Bruce.  Responding to Terrorism across the Technological Spectrum.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 1994.  32pp.  (U413 .A66H64 1994)

 

Hoge, James F., Jr., and Gideon Rose, eds.  How Did This Happen?:  Terrorism and the New War.  New York:  Public Affairs, 2001.  324pp.  (HV6432 .H69 2001)

 

Hoyt, John R.  A Proactive Strategy toward Terrorism and Transnational Crime.  Thesis (M.A.).  Monterey:  Naval Postgraduate School, 1998.  111pp.  (V425 .U5 TH H591)

 

International Crisis Group.  Bin Laden and the Balkans:  The Politics of Anti-Terrorism.  Belgrade:  International Crisis Group, 2001.  37pp.  (JZ5595 .I23 no.119)

 

Jackson, Donald W.  "Prevention of Terrorism:  Security, Discretionary Power, and Transnational Rights."   In Law above Nations:  Supranational Courts and the Legalization of Politics, ed. Mary L. Volcansek, 53-75.  Gainesville, FL:  University Press of Florida, 1997.  (KZ6250 .L38 1997)

 

Jenkins, Brian Michael, ed.   Terrorism and Personal Protection.  Boston:  Butterworth, 1985.  451pp.  (HV6595 .T47 1985)

 

Jentleson, Bruce W., ed.   Opportunities Missed, Opportunities Seized:  Preventive Diplomacy in the Post-Cold War World.  Lanham, MD:  Rowman & Littlefield, 2000.  431pp.  (JZ1305 .O67 2000)

 

Jurewicz, Don.  A Case for a Comprehensive WMD Deterrence Strategy.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2000.  22pp.  (AD-A377-588)

 

Kolosov, Yuri M., and Geoffrey M. Levitt.  "International Cooperation against Terrorism."   In Beyond Confrontation:  International Law for the Post-Cold War Era, eds. Lori Fisler Damrosch, Gennady M. Danilenko and Rein Mullerson, 141-163.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1995.  (JX3091 .B49 1995)

Kozlow, Christopher.  Counter Terrorism.  Alexandria:  Jane's Information Group, 1999.  285pp.  (HV6432 .K59 1999)

 

Leeman, Richard W.  The Rhetoric of Terrorism and Counterterrorism.  New York:  Greenwood Press, 1991.  217pp.  (JK468 .I6L42 1991)

 

Lesser, Ian O., and others.  Countering the New Terrorism.  Santa Monica:  Rand, 1999.  153pp.  (HV6432 .C68 1999)

 

Livingstone, Neil C.  The Cult of Counterterrorism:  The "Weird World" of Spooks, Counterterrorists, Adventurers, and Not-Quite Professionals.  Lexington, MA:  Lexington Books, 1990.  437pp.  (HV6431 .L583 1990)

 

Long, David E.  "Countering Terrorism Beyond Sovereignty."   In Beyond Sovereignty:  Issues for a Global Agenda, ed. Maryann K. Cusimano, 96-108.  Boston:  St. Martin's, 2000.  (KZ4041 .B49 2000)

 

Manwaring, Max G., ed.   Deterrence in the 21st Century.  Portland, OR:  Frank Cass, 2001.  144pp.  (U162.6 .D485 2001)

 

McClintock, Michael.  Instruments of Statecraft:  U.S. Guerrilla Warfare, Counterinsurgency, and Counter-Terrorism, 1940-1990.  New York:  Pantheon Books, 1992.  604pp.  (E744 .M4147 1992)

 

McDougall, Walter A.  Cold War II.  Philadelphia:  Foreign Policy Research Institute, 2001.  7pp.  (E840 .F55 v.9 no.7)

 

Mingus, Matthew C., and Richard D. Orman.  Organizational Design Principles for Countering Terrorism in the United States.  Thesis (M.S.).  Monterey:  Naval Postgraduate School, 2000.  97pp.  (V425 .U5 TH M55)

 

Netanyahu, Benjamin.  Fighting Terrorism:  How Democracies Can Defeat Domestic and International Terrorism.  1st ed.  New York:  Farrar, Straus Giroux, 1995.  151pp.  (HV6431 .N48 1995)

 

Ogren, Joel G., and James R. Langevin.  Responding to the Threat of Cyberterrorism through Information Assurance.  Thesis (M.S.).  Monterey:  Naval Postgraduate School, 1999.  76pp.  (V425 .U5 TH O47)

 

Ollapally, Deepa M., ed.   Controlling Weapons of Mass Destruction:  Findings from USIP-Sponsored Projects.  Washington:  United States Institute of Peace, 2001.  66pp.  (JZ5584 .U6P43 no.41)

 

Perl, Raphael F.  Terrorism, the Future, and U.S. Foreign Policy.  Updated 18 September 2001.  Washington:  Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, 1999.  17pp.  (HV6431 .P473 2001)

Pillar, Paul R.  Terrorism and U.S. Foreign Policy.  Washington:  Brookings Institution Press, 2001.  272pp.  (HV6431 .P56 2001)

 

Pumphrey, Carolyn W., ed.   Transnational Threats:  Blending Law Enforcement and Military Strategies.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, Strategic Studies Institute, 2000.  256pp.  (U413 .A66T61 2000)

 

Quarles, Chester L.  Terrorism:  Avoidance and Survival.  2nd ed.  Lanham, MD:  University Press of America, 2000.  253pp.  (HV6431 .Q37 2000)

 

Rabkin, Norman J.  Combating Terrorism:  Issues in Managing Counterterrorist Programs.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 2000.  15pp.  (HV6432 .R12 2000)

 

Selden, Zachary A.  Economic Sanctions as Instruments of American Foreign Policy.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 1999.  147pp.  (JZ6373 .S45 1999)

 

Sloan, Stephen.  Beating International Terrorism:  An Action Strategy for Preemption and Punishment.  Rev. ed.  Maxwell Air Force Base:  Air University Press, 2000.  87pp.  (UG635.33 .C3S561 2000)

 

Sofaer, Abraham D., and others.  A Proposal for an International Convention on Cyber Crime and Terrorism.  Stanford, CA:  Stanford University, Center for International Security and Cooperation, 2000.  44pp.  (HV6773 .S62 2000)

 

Taillon, J. Paul de B.  The Evolution of Special Forces in Counter-Terrorism:  The British and American Experiences.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 2001.  190pp.  (U262 .T35 2001)

 

Thompson, Leroy.  Hostage Rescue Manual:  Tactics of the Counter-Terrorist Professionals.  Mechanicsburg, PA:  Stackpole, 2001.  191pp.  (HV6595 .T49 2001)

 

U.S. Department of Defense.  DoD Combating Terrorism Program.  Defense Directive 2000.12.  Washington:  U.S. Department of Defense, 1996.

 

U.S. General Accounting Office.  Combating Terrorism:  Actions Needed to Improve DoD Antiterrorism Program Implementation and Management.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 2001.  36pp.  (HV6432 .U5311 2001)

 

U.S. General Accounting Office.  Combating Terrorism:  How Five Foreign Countries Are Organized to Combat Terrorism.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 2000.  26pp.  (HV6431 .U532 2000)

 

U.S. General Accounting Office.  Combating Terrorism:  Issues to Be Resolved to Improve Counterterrorism Operations.  Washington:  U.S. General Accounting Office, 1999.  28pp.  (HV6432 .U536 1999)

 

Walker, Donald P.  The United States' Counter-Terrorism Strategy for the 21st Century and Its Cornerstone for Consequence Management:  National Guard Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Teams.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2001.  48pp.  (AD-A389-746)

 

Wilkinson, Paul.  Terrorism Versus Democracy:  The Liberal State Response.  Portland, OR:  Frank Cass, 2001.  255pp.  (HV6431 .W34 2001)

 

Zegart, Amy B.  Flawed by Design:  The Evolution of the CIA, JCS, and NSC.  Stanford, CA:  Stanford University Press, 1999.  317pp.  (JK468 .I6Z43 1999)

 

 

Periodical Articles

 

Albright, Madeleine.  “U.S. Efforts to Counter the Forces of International Terror.”  U.S. Department of State Dispatch 10 (January-February 1999):  8-12.

 

Beres, Louis Rene.  "Preventing the Ultimate Nightmare:  Nuclear Terrorism against the United States."  International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 10 (Fall 1997):  333-342.

 

Brown, Stuart F.  "The Counterterror Arsenal."  Fortune  144 (15 October 2001):  111-114.

 

Byman, Daniel L.  "Uncertain Partners:  NGOs and the Military."  Survival 43 (Summer 2001):  97-114.

 

Crelinsten, Ronald D.  "Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in a Multi-Centric World:  Challenges and Opportunities."  Terrorism and Political Violence 11 (Winter 1999):  170-196.

 

Crenshaw, Martha.  "Counterterrorism Policy and the Political Process."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (September-October 2001):  329-337.

 

Dartnell, Michael.  "A Legal Inter-Network for Terrorism:  Issues of Globalization, Fragmentation and Legitimacy."  Terrorism and Political Violence 11 (Winter 1999):  197-208.

 

Dempsey, James X.  "Counterterrorism and the Constitution."  Current History 99 (April 2000):  164-168.

 

Deptula, David A.  "Firing for Effects."  "The important measure is not the targets destroyed but rather the effect on the enemy's capabilities and actions."  Air Force Magazine 84 (April 2001):  46-53.

 

Deutch, John.  "Terrorism."  Foreign Policy no. 108 (Fall 1997):  10-22.

 

Eppright, Charles T.  "'Counterterrorism' and Conventional Military Force:  The Relationship between Political Effect and Utility."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 20 (October-December 1997):  333-344.

 

Falkenrath, Richard.  "Analytical Models and Policy Prescription:  Understanding Recent Innovation in U.S. Counterterrorism."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (May-June 2001):  159-181.

 

Falkenrath, Richard.  "Confronting Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Terrorism."  Survival 40 (Autumn 1998):  43-65.

 

Foxell, Joseph W., Jr.  "The Debate on the Potential for Mass-Casualty Terrorism:  The Challenge to US Security."  Terrorism and Political Violence 11 (Spring 1999):  94-109.

 

Gray, Colin S.  "Deterrence in the 21st Century."  Comparative Strategy 19 (July-September 2000):  255-261.

 

Harper, Ricky J., and others.  "Joint Global Counterterrorism Detachment (JGCTD)."  Military Intelligence 25 (July-September 1999):  23-26.

 

Kitfield, James.  "Anti-Terror Alliance."  Government Executive 33 (February 2001):  51-59.

 

Kosnik, Mark E.  "The Military Response to Terrorism."  Naval War College Review 53 (Spring 2000):  13-39.

 

Kushner, Harvey W.  "Suicide Bombers:  Business as Usual."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 19 (October-December 1996):  329-337.

 

Leech, John.  "War without Death:  The Silent Strategies."  Strategic Review 28 (Spring 2000):  19-27.

 

Lewis, Peter.  "The Tools of Freedom and Security."  Fortune 144 (29 October 2001):  195-200.

 

Malvesti, Michele L.  "Explaining the United States' Decision to Strike Back at Terrorists."  Terrorism and Political Violence 13 (Summer 2001):  85-106.

 

Metz, Steve.  "Deterring Conflict Short of War."  Strategic Review 22 (Fall 1994):  44-51.

 

Mueller, John, and Karl Mueller.  "Sanctions of Mass Destruction."  Foreign Affairs 78 (May-June 1999):  43-53.

 

O'Brien, William V.  "Counterterrorism:  Lessons from Israel."  Strategic Review 13 (Fall 1985):  32-44.

 

Parachini, John.  "Non-Proliferation Policy and the War on Terrorism."  Arms Control Today 31 (October 2001):  13-15.

 

Payne, Keith B.  "Deterring the Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction:  Lessons from History."  Comparative Strategy 14 (October-December 1995):  347-359.

 

Prunckun, Henry W., Jr., and Philip B. Mohr.  "Military Deterrence of International Terrorism:  An Evaluation of Operation El Dorado Canyon."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 20 (July-September 1997):  267-280.

 

Rhodes, Edward.  "Conventional Deterrence."  Comparative Strategy 19 (July-September 2000):  221-253.

 

Rokosz, Ronald F., and Charles H. Hash.  "Changing the Mindset:  Army Antiterrorism Force Protection."  JFQ:  Joint Force Quarterly no. 17 (Autumn 1997-Winter 1998):  110-117.

 

Stevenson, Jonathan.  "Pragmatic Counter-terrorism."  Survival 43 (Winter 2001):  35-48.

 

Stoffa, Adam Paul.  "Special Forces, Counterterrorism, and the Law of Armed Conflict."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 18 (January-March 1995):  47-65.

 

Thatcher, Margaret.  "Deterrence Is Not Enough:  Security Requirements for the 21st Century."  Comparative Strategy 18 (July-September 1999):  211-220.

 

Veness, David.  "Terrorism and Counterterrorism:  An International Perspective."  Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 24 (September-October 2001):  407-416.

 

  Wilkinson, Paul.  "Politics, Diplomacy and Peace Processes:  Pathways out of Terrorism."  Terrorism and Political Violence 11 (Winter 1999):  66-82.

 

 

Internet Sites

 

Cordesman, Anthony H.  A New Strategy for Dealing with Terrorism in the Middle East.  Working draft.  27 March 2001.  8 November 2001.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.csis.org/burke/saudi21/MEterror.pdf.

Decker, Raymond J.  Combating Terrorism:  Comments on Counterterrorism Leadership and National Strategy.  Accessed 25 October 2001.  http://www.gao.gov/new.items/d01556t.pdf.

 

Doyle, Charles.  Antiterrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996:  A Summary.  3 June 1996.  Accessed 25 October 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/crs/96-499.htm.

 

Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget.  Annual Report to Congress on Combating Terrorism.  2001.  Accessed 23 November 2001.  http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/legislative/nsd_annual_report2001.pdf.

 

Federation of American Scientists (FAS).  Terrorism:  Background and Threat Assessments.  Accessed 1 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/threat/terror.htm.

 

International Policy Institute for Counter-Terrorism.  "ICT is a research institute and think tank dedicated to developing innovative public policy solutions to international terrorism." Accessed 25 October 2001.  http://www.ict.org.il/.

 

Parachini, John.  "Anthrax Attacks, Biological Terrorism and Preventive Responses."  Testimony before the Subcommittee on Technology, Terrorism, and Government Information.  6 November 2001.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.rand.org/publications/CT/CT186/CT186.pdf.

 

U.S. Army War College.  Strategic Studies Institute.  Defeating Terrorism:  Strategic Issue Analyses.  Accessed 6 December 2001.  http://www.carlisle.army.mil/usassi/main.html#terror.

 

U.S. Department of State.  Counterterrorism Office.  Accessed 23 November 2001.  http://www.state.gov/s/ct.

 

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  Counter-Terrorism:  EPA's Role and Authority.  Accessed 23 November 2001.  http://www.epa.gov/swercepp/ct-epro.htm.

 

                                                           

Intelligence

 

Books and Documents

Berkowitz, Bruce D., and Allan E. Goodman.  Best Truth:  Intelligence in the Information Age.  New Haven, CT:  Yale University Press, 2000.  203pp.  (JK468 .I6B47 2000)

 

Best, Richard A., Jr.  Intelligence and Law Enforcement:  Countering Transnational Threats to the U.S.  Washington:  Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, 2001.  29pp.  (JK468 .I6B482 2001)

 

Best, Richard A., Jr.  Intelligence Issues for Congress.  Washington:  Library of Congress, Congressional Research Service, 2001.  16pp.  (JK468 .I6B481 2001)

 

Browning, Susan A.  Understanding Non-Western Cultures:  A Strategic Intelligence Perspective.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 1997.  29pp.  (AD-A326-929)

 

Center for the Study of Intelligence.  "Our First Line of Defense":  Presidential Reflections on US Intelligence.  Washington:  Central Intelligence Agency, Center for the Study of Intelligence, 1996.  59pp.  (JK468 .I6O86 1996)

 

Commission on the Roles and Capabilities of the United States Intelligence Community.  Preparing for the 21st Century:  An Appraisal of U.S. Intelligence.  Washington:  U.S. Government Printing Office, 1996.  1 vol.  (JK468 .I6C62 1996)

 

Dillon, Peter J.  A Theory for Human Intelligence Operations.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 1999.  45pp.  (AD-A364-548)

 

Eisendrath, Craig R., ed.   National Insecurity:  U.S. Intelligence after the Cold War.  Philadelphia:  Temple University Press, 2000.  241pp.  (UB251 .U5N38 2000)

 

Feer, Fredric S.  The Intelligence Process and the Verification Problem.  Santa Monica:  Rand, 1985.  31pp.  (JX1974 .F4 1985)

 

Godson, Roy.  Dirty Tricks or Trump Cards:  U.S. Covert Action and Counterintelligence.  Washington:  Brassey's, 1995.  337pp.  (JK468 .I6G62 1995)

 

Godson, Roy, Ernest R. May, and Gary Schmitt, eds.   U.S. Intelligence at the Crossroads:  Agendas for Reform.  Washington:  Brassey's, 1995.  315pp.  (JK468 .I6U18 1995)

 

Goldstaub, Jesse.  Terrorism, Intelligence and Covert Conflict:  Saddam's War, Saddam's Words.  Rev. ed.  Washington:  Institute for Security and Intelligence Studies, 1993.  72pp.  (HV6433 .P19G54 1993)

 

Greene, Gus E.  Distributed Collaborative Analysis:  A New Approach for Intelligence Analysis.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 2001.  34pp.  (AD-A390-568)

 

Hersh, Burton.  The Old Boys:  The American Elite and the Origins of the CIA.  New York:  Scribner's, 1992.  536pp.  (JK468 .I6H46 1992)

 

Hulnick, Arthur.  Fixing the Spy Machine:  Preparing American Intelligence for the Twenty-First Century.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 1999.  222pp.  (JK468 .I6H85 1999)

 

Independent Commission on the National Imagery and Mapping Agency.  The Information Edge:  Imagery Intelligence and Geospatial Information in an Evolving National Security Environment.  Washington:  Independent Commission on the National Imagery and Mapping Agency, 2000.  163pp.  (UG472 .I52 2000)

 

Jenkins, Brian M., Sorrel Wildhorn, and Marvin Lavin.  Intelligence Constraints of the 1970s and Domestic Terrorism.  Santa Monica:  Rand, 1982.  2 vols.  (KF4850 .I5 1982)

 

Johnson, Loch K.  Secret Agencies:  U.S. Intelligence in a Hostile World.  New Haven, CT:  Yale University Press, 1996.  262pp.  (JK468 .I6J66 1996)

 

Laqueur, Walter.  The Uses and Limits of Intelligence.  New Brunswick, NJ:  Transaction Books, 1993.  404pp.  (JF1525 .I6L38 1993)

Lowenthal, Mark M.  Intelligence:  From Secrets to Policy.  Washington:  CQ Press, 2000.  264pp.  (JK468 .I6L65 2000)

 

McCarthy, Shaun P.  The Function of Intelligence in Crisis Management:  Towards an Understanding of the Intelligence Producer-Consumer Dichotomy.  Brookfield, VT:  Ashgate, 1998.  311pp.  (JK468 .I6M287 1998)

 

National Intelligence Council.  Global Trends 2015:  A Dialogue About the Future with Nongovernment Experts.  Langley, VA:  National Intelligence Council, 2000.  85pp.  (CB161 .G56 2000)

 

Nutter, John Jacob.  The CIA's Black Ops:  Covert Action, Foreign Policy, and Democracy.  Amherst, NY:  Prometheus Books, 2000.  361pp.  (JK468 .I6N88 2000)

 

Pedigo, Walter S.  Surging Defense Intelligence Capabilities:  Increasing Use of Reserve Component Intelligence Elements (RCIE).  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 1998.  32pp.  (AD-A342-232)

 

Richelson, Jeffrey.  The U.S. Intelligence Community.  4th ed.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 1999.  526pp.  (JK468 .I6R53 1999)

 

Riebling, Mark.  Wedge:  The Secret War between the FBI and CIA.  1st ed.  New York:  A.A. Knopf, 1994.  563pp.  (JK468 .I6R56 1994)

 

Rote, Jeffrey M.  More Than Combating Terrorism:  The Force Security Concept and the Role of Intelligence.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 1998.  43pp.  (AD-A346-262)

 

Rumsfeld, Donald H.  "Exploiting Intelligence Advantages."   In Quadrennial Defense Review Report, Donald H. Rumsfeld, 37-40.  Washington:  U.S. Department of Defense, 2001.  (UA23.3 .Q12 2001)

 

Shulsky, Abram N.  Silent Warfare:  Understanding the World of Intelligence.  2nd ed.  Washington:  Brassey's, 1993.  285pp.  (JF1525 .I6S49 1993)

 

Stein, Richard Joseph.  "Spies Like Us…and Them."  In U.S. Foreign Policy Since the Cold War, ed. Richard Joseph Stein, 145-174.  New York:  H.W. Wilson, 2001.  (E840 .U172 2001)

 

Swicker, Eileen Guerin.  Strategic Restructuring of the U.S. Intelligence Community:  A Civilian Intelligence Reserve.  Strategy Research Project.  Carlisle Barracks:  U.S. Army War College, 1998.  36pp.  (AD-A342-156)

 

Theoharis, Athan G., ed.  The FBI:  A Comprehensive Reference Guide.  Phoenix, AZ:  Oryx Press, 1999.  409pp.  (HV8144 .F43T44 1999)

 

U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.  Annual Report for the United States Intelligence Community.  Washington:  Director of Central Intelligence, 1999.  1 vol.  (JK468 .I6A56 1999)

 

U.S. Congress. House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.  IC21, Intelligence Community in the 21st Century:  Staff Study.  Washington:  U.S. Government Printing Office, 1996.  1 vol.  (JK468 .I6U546 1996)

 

Westerfield, H. Bradford, ed.   Inside CIA's Private World:  Declassified Articles from the Agency's Internal Journal, 1955-1992.  New Haven, CT:  Yale University Press, 1995.  489pp.  (JK468 .I6I56 1995)

 

 

Periodical Articles

 

Ackerman, Robert K.  "Military Intelligence Looks Within:  A Re-Examination of Goals and Capabilities Is Forcing the Community to Focus on Human Assets."  Signal 55 (October 2000):  16-19.

 

Adolph, Robert B., Jr.  "Intelligence:  The Human Dimension."  Military Intelligence 25 (July-September 1999):  34-35.

 

Atkins, Charles.  "Intelligence Transformation:  Beyond Paradigm Shifts, Changes in Ethos."  Military Intelligence 26 (October-December 2000):  23-25.

 

Berkowitz, Bruce.   "Better Ways to Fix U.S. Intelligence."  Orbis 45 (Fall 2001):  609-619.

 

Chapman, Robert D.  "Reflections on Terrorism:  A Sideline View."  International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 12 (Summer 1999):  207-226.

 

Davis, John W.  "Counterintelligence:  Seeing through the Enemy's Eyes."  Army 49 (May 1999):  8-9.

 

DeConcini, Dennis.  "Congressional Perspective:  Alternative Grand Strategies and Intelligence Implications."  Comparative Strategy 14 (October-December 1995):  425-429.

 

Foxen, Patrick J.  "Defining CI and HUMINT Requirements."  Military Intelligence 25 (January-March 1999):  47-49.

 

Foxen, Patrick J.  "Doctrinal Changes to HUMINT Collection on the Modern Battlefield."  Military Intelligence 26 (January-March 2000):  46-49.

 

Gerecht, Reuel Marc.  "The Counterterrorist Myth."  Atlantic Monthly 288 (July-August 2001):  38-42.

 

Hayden, Michael V.  "The Change Imperative."  Defense Intelligence Journal 9 (Summer 2000):  27-37.

Herskovitz, Don.  "A Sampling of SIGINT Systems."  Journal of Electronic Defense 23 (December 2000):  59-65.

 

Holden, Leonard R.  "Counterintelligence:  A Decade of Change."  Military Intelligence 25 (July-September 1999):  37-41.

 

Jensen, Mark A.  "Intelligence:  An Economic Good."  Defense Intelligence Journal 10 (Summer 2001):  67-79.

 

Kitfield, James.  "Covert Counterattack."  National Journal 32 (16 September 2000):  2858-2865.

 

Lamberson, Eric L.  "Current World Conflicts."  Military Intelligence 26 (April-June 2000):  4-10.

 

Marlo, Francis H.  "WMD Terrorism and US Intelligence Collection."  Terrorism and Political Violence 11 (Autumn 1999):  53-71.

 

McConnell, J. M.  "The Future of SIGINT:  Opportunities and Challenges in the Information Age."  Defense Intelligence Journal 9 (Summer 2000):  39-49.

 

Nagy, Dennis M.  "A Military Intelligence Knowledge Base and Knowledge Management:  Cultural Factors."  Defense Intelligence Journal 9 (Winter 2000):  39-56.

 

Nolte, William M.  "'Information Control is Dead.  What's Next?'  The Knowledge Management Challenge for the Intelligence Community in the 21st Century."  Defense Intelligence Journal 9 (Winter 2000):  5-13.

 

Pick, Michael W., Kevin S. Rentner, and Robert J. Dukat.  "CI and HUMINT in Multinational Operations:  The Lessons of Vigilant Blade 97."  Military Intelligence 25 (January-March 1999):  16-20.

 

Sofaer, Abraham D.  "Israel's War on Terrorism."  Hoover Digest no.1 (1996):  47-53.

 

Tenet, George J.  "SIGINT in Context."  Defense Intelligence Journal 9 (Summer 2000):  9-12.

 

Thomas, Evan, and others.  "Handbook for the New War."  Newsweek 138 (8 October 2001):  34-37.

 

Wallop, Malcolm.  "Congressional Perspective:  Intelligence for a Purpose."  Comparative Strategy 14 (October-December 1995):  421-424.

 

Wege, Carl Anthony.  "Iranian Intelligence Organizations."  International Journal of Intelligence and Counterintelligence 10 (Fall 1997):  287-298.

 

Wilson, Thomas R.  “Defense Intelligence Community Challenges for the 21st Century.”  Defense Intelligence Journal vol. 8, no. 2 (1999): 7-10.

Internet Sites

 

Central Intelligence Agency.  Director of Central Intelligence.  The War on Terrorism.  Accessed 31 October 2001.  http://www.cia.gov/terrorism/.

 

Clinton, William J.  Presidential Decision Directive (PDD 75).  Fact Sheet:  The PDD on CI-21:  Counterintelligence for the 21st Century.  Accessed 28 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/pdd/pdd-75.htm.

 

Federation of American Scientists (FAS).  Intelligence Laws and Regulations.  Accessed 31 October 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/offdocs/laws/index.html.

 

Federation of American Scientists (FAS).  Intelligence Resource Program:  Terrorism:  Background and Threat Assessments.  Accessed 23 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/threat/terror.htm.

 

Gentry, John A. Gentry.  A Framework for Reform of the U.S. Intelligence Community.  6 June 1995.  Accessed 23 November 2001.  http://www.fas.org/irp/gentry/index.html.

 

The George Bush Center for Intelligence.  Factbook on Intelligence.  Accessed 31 October 2001. 

            http://www.cia.gov/cia/publications/facttell/index.html

 

National Security Agency.  About the National Security Agency.  Accessed 31 October 2001.  http://www.nsa.gov/about_nsa/.

 

Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive (NCIX).  National Counterintelligence in Transition -- 2001.  PDD-75 directs that "functions previously exercised by the National Counterintelligence Center (NACIC) [be] assumed by the Office of the National Counterintelligence Executive (NCIX)."  Accessed 23 November 2001.  http://www.ncix.gov.

 

Sheridan, Brian.  "Department of Defense and Combating Terrorism."  Statement before the Subcommittee on Emerging Threats and Capabilities of the Committee on Armed Services.  24 March 2000.  Accessed 23 November 2001.  http://www.defenselink.mil/dodgc/lrs/docs/test00-03-24Sheridan.rtf.

 

U.S. Congress.  Senate.  Intelligence Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2001:  Senate.  6 December 2000.  Accessed 31 October 2001.  http://www.nara.gov/iwg/intelact.html.

 

U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation.  FBI:  Awareness of National Security Issues and Response (ANSIR) Program.  Accessed 31 October 2001.  http://www.fbi.gov/hq/nsd/ansir/ansir.htm.