7 edition of Exploring Terrorist Targeting Preferences found in the catalog.
Exploring Terrorist Targeting Preferences
Martin C. Libicki
April 25, 2007
by RAND Corporation
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||128|
iv Exploring Terrorist Targeting Preferences The information presented here should be of interest to homeland security policymakers and members of the intelligence community who focus on terrorism. This monograph is one of two under the study “Understanding Terrorist Motives, Targets, and Responses,” with Martin Libicki as. By analyzing the terrorists’ justifications and preferences for attacking specific locations, CEP aims to expose the prevalence of common target types, and to further reveal the terrorists’ dangerous underlying ideology fueling their target .
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Governments spend billions to protect against terrorism. This book examines various hypotheses of terrorist targeting: is it (1) to coerce, (2) to damage economies, (3) to rally the faithful, or (4) a decision left to affiliates. This book analyzes past attacks, post hoc justifications, and expert opinion to weigh each hypothesis.
Although al Qaeda succeeded in attacking the United States on Sept. 11,subsequent terrorist strikes have been outside the United States. There is little consistent evidence that al Qaeda has a specific strategic plan for attacking targets within the by: The way to get e-Books " Exploring Terrorist Targeting Preferences " in Pdf / EPub format is very easy.
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DETERMINANTS OF TERRORIST TARGET SELECTION: A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS by TAYLOR JEANNE HAYWOOD B.A. University of Central Florida, A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in the Department of Political Science in the College of Sciences at the University of Central Florida Orlando, FloridaAuthor: Taylor Haywood.
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Utilising cross-disciplinary research from criminology and terrorism studies, the efficacy of such strategies and their translation into Cited by: From one of the country's leading experts on terrorism, Targeting Top Terrorists breaks important new ground in our understanding of terrorist groups, the importance of their leaders, and the implications of removing those leaders from the is rare that a book speaks to academics, policy makers, and war fighters, but Price's book does just : Lt.
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A RATIONALIST EXPLANATION OF TERRORIST TARGETING by Stephen Charles Nemeth A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Political Science in the Graduate College of The University of Iowa July Thesis Supervisors: Associate Professor Brian Lai Associate Professor Sara McLaughlin MitchellCited by: 5.
A secondary purpose is to investigate the past, present, and future of terrorists’ target and attack choices using the same techniques. From a global viewpoint, we analyze how terrorists’ target-attack choices have evolved over time, what their current state is, and what this implies for the Size: KB.
Exploring terrorist targeting preferences. [Martin C Libicki; Peter Chalk; Melanie Sisson; United States. Department of Homeland Security.] -- Governments spend billions to protect against terrorism. Might it help to understand what al Qaeda would achieve with each specific attack.
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Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Libicki, Martin C; Format: Book; xxii, p.: ill. ; 23 cm. Targeting Top Terrorists analyzes the impact of leadership decapitation from both empirical and quantitative perspectives, and Price’s research presents new findings that make a significant and original contribution to the current literature.
This book is a must-read for both scholars and policy makers. It has been accepted for inclusion in Journal of Strategic Security by an authorized editor of Scholar Commons.
For more information, please contact [email protected] ; Martin C. Libicki, Peter Chalk and Melanie Sisson, “Exploring Terrorist Targeting Preferences,” RAND Corporation Monograph Series,available at: http Cited by: 6.
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