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Table of Contents, Volume I Editor's Note x Preface xv Acknowledgments xxxiii 1. Strategic and Tactical Considerations: An Introduction 1 James J. F. Forest PART I: STRATEGIC AND POLICY DIMENSIONS 2. U.S. Grand Strategy for Countering Islamist Terrorism and Insurgency in the 21st Century 35 Bradley L. Bowman 3. Thinking Strategically: Can Democracy Defeat Terrorism? 71 Douglas A. Borer and Michael Freeman 4. Twenty-First Century Insurgencies: Understanding the Use of Terrorism as a Strategy 104 Leonard Weinberg and William L. Eubank 5. Developing and Implementing Counterterrorism Policy in a Liberal Democracy 123 Jennifer S. Holmes 6. Morality, Ethics and Law in the Global War on Terrorism (the Long War) 139 Harvey Rishikof 7. The Critical Role of Interagency Cooperation in Combating Suicide Bombings 175 James D. Kiras 8. The U.S. Government's Counterterrorism Research and Development Programs 199 Michael B. Kraft PART II: HARD POWER 9. National Objectives in the Hands of Junior Leaders 235 Amos N. Guiora and Martha Minow 10. Engaging Military Contractors in Counterterrorism Operations 251 James Jay Carafano and Alane Kochems 11. Manhunting: A Process to Find Persons of National Interest 277 Steven Marks, Thomas Meer, and Matthew Nilson 12. Guerilla Warfare and Law Enforcement: Combating the 21st Century Terrorist Cell Within the United States 315 Richard J. Hughbank 13. Combating Terror in U.S. Communities: The SWAT Mission 339 Peter N. Spagnolo and Chadd Harbaugh PART III: SOFT POWER 14. Denying Terrorists Sanctuary through Civil Military Operations 363 Robert J. Pauly, Jr. and Robert Redding 15. Battlefronts in the War of Ideas 398 James S. Robbins 16. The Centrality of Ideology in Counter-Terrorism Strategies in the Middle East 427 Maha Azzam-Nusseibeh 17. Public Diplomacy as Strategic Communication 451 Bruce Gregory 18. Cyber Mobilization: The Neglected Aspect of Information Operations and Counterinsurgency Doctrine 480 Timothy L. Thomas 19. The Key Role of Psychological Operations in Countering Terrorism 510 Jerrold M. Post PART IV: INTELLIGENCE AND COUNTERINTELLIGENCE 20. The Contemporary Challenges of Counterterrorism Intelligence 532 Jennifer E. Sims 21. Multinational Intelligence Cooperation 563 Tom Lansford 22. Intelligence Coordination and Counterterrorism: A European Perspective 587 Magnus Norell 23. Coping with Terrorism: Lessons Learned from the Israeli Secret Services 622 Ami Pedahzur and Arie Perliger 24. Facilitating Interagency Communication and Open Source Intelligence for Counterterrorism 652 Orion A. Lewis and Erica Chenoweth 25. Al Qaida's Surveillance Offensive Against America, 1997-2001: Implications for U.S. Homeland Countersurveillance 673 Aaron A. Danis 26. Forecasting Terrorist Groups' Warfare: 'Conventional' to CBRN 699 Joshua Sinai Appendix A: National Security Strategy of the United States 718 Appendix B: National Strategy for Combating Terrorism 760 Notes XX Select Bibliography and Resources for Further Reading XX Index XX About the Editor and Contributors XX
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Terrorism -- Prevention -- Cross-cultural studies.
Terrorism -- Government policy -- Cross-cultural studies.
Counterinsurgency -- Cross-cultural studies.