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Low Intensity and High Impact Conflict David Veness 8 Europol's Role in Anti- lerrorism Policing Emanuel Marotta 15 'The Future is Bright.o.' - But Whom For?' Graham Head 19 Terrorism and Organized Crime - The Romanian Perspective Mirea Gheordunescu 24 New World Disorder, New Terorisms: New hreats for Europe and the Western World Xavier Rauer 30 Terrorism as a Strategy of Struggle: Past and Future Ariel Merari 52 Politics, Diplomacy and Peace Proceses: Pathways out of Terrorism? Paul WVilkinn 66 Future Developments of Political Ierrorism in Europe Max. Taylor and John Horgan 83 Terrorism and the Shape of Things to Come Leonard rWeinerg and /ilinum Eubank 94 Terrorism and the Use of Weapons of Mass Destruction From Where the Risk? A/e P. Schmid 106 Exploding the Myths of Superterrorirn David Claridge 133 Aum Shinrikyo's Efforts to Produce Biological Weapons: A Case Study in the Serial Propagation of Misinformation Milton Leitenberg 149 Terrorism in the Name of Animal Rights Rachel Monaghan 159 Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism in a Multi-Centric World: Challenges and Opportunities Ronald D Creinsten 70 A Legal Inter-Network For Terrorism: Issues of Globalization, Fragmentation and Legitimacy Michael Datnel 197 Terrorists as Transnational Actois Louise Richardson 209