Democratic Development & Political Terrorism: The Global Perspective

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William Crotty, William J. Crotty
UPNE, 2005 - 561 ˹
The September 11 attacks and the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq raised questions about political terrorism on an international scale. This collection covers such topics as the root causes of terrorist acts, the relationship between authoritarian repression and terrorist movements, and the most effective foreign containment policies.
 

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Preface ix
11
CHALLENGES
11
Toward a Theoretical Explanation of Political Extremism
17
Presidential Policy Elections and
32
Who Rules the Middle East Agenda?
58
Women Political Violence and Democratization
73
Prospects for Democracy in Islamic Countries
93
Political Violence and Terrorism in Islamdom
102
Resilient Authoritarianism Uncertain Democratization and Jihadism
280
Thwarted Democratization and Islamist Violence
301
Ghana
332
European Counterterrorism Lessons for U S Policy
353
The Impact of September 11 on Terrorism and Peace Processes
373
The Impact
396
StateBuilding and the Final Status in Kosovo
420
Democratization and Political Terrorism in Latin America
455

Terrorism?
121
A Contradiction?
147
Repression Fundamentalism and Terrorism in the Middle East
167
International
195
Whats in the Dosage?
227
Political Terrorism and Democratic and Economic Development
255
Perspectives on Terrorism and African Democratic State Formation
271
Central America and Political Terrorism
473
Democracy under Duress
499
Causes and Consequences for a Democratic
523
About the Contributors
533
Index
541
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