Research Guide for the Seminar of International Legal Process: The Crime of Terrorism

 ***THIS is an ARCHIVED guide. It may contain BROKEN links. Its value is HISTORICAL only.***

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© 2004 Wei Luo, Director of Technical Services/Lecturer in Law
Created in Jan. 2003, updated on 08/23/2005 Taught by Professor Sadat 

Table of Contents 

  1. Introduction 
  2. Getting Started 
  3. Selected International Legal Documents on Terrorism
    1. UN Security Council 
    2. UN General Assembly 
    3. European Union 
     
  4. Materials in the WU Libraries
    1. Terrorism Related Subject Headings 
    2. Selected Books 
     
  5. Worldwide Literature Search 
  6. Journal Articles
    1. Index to Periodicals 
    2. Specialized Journals 
    3. Selected Law Review Articles 
     
  7. Selected Recent Symposiums
    1. Cornell International Law Journal - Spring Symposium 2002 “Terrorism: The Legal Implications of the Response to September 11, 2001.” 
    2. National Symposium on Bioterrorism 
    3. International Symposium on Terrorism and Human Rights 
     
  8. VII. Westlaw and Lexis Specialized Databases
    1. Westlaw 
    2. Lexis 
     
  9. VIII. Internet Resources 

I. Introduction 

This research guide is intended to help would-be researchers find literature on international terrorism. The following annotated bibliography covers the major sets of international terrorism collections and the secondary sources owned or subscribed to by the Washington University School of Law Library and Olin Library. Some significant terrorism resources on the Internet are also listed. You also may use Guide to International Legal Research(3rd ed.1998 K85 .G85 1998 on Reserve) as your research guide. After you go through the following resources and if you could not find enough information, please contact me in Room 257A or email me at luo@wulaw.wustl.edu.

II. Getting Started 

Ask a Circulation Desk attendant or search Temporary Reserve by Professor/TA on the Law Library Catalog to see if there is any material that Professor Sadat has put on Reserve for the seminar.

If you would like to get started with a reference book, you could try Global terrorism : the complete reference guide / HarryHenderson. New York : Checkmark Books, c2001. HV6431 .H43 2001bat Library Reserve; or Blackstone's Guide to the Anti-Terrorism Legislation / Clive Walker, Oxford, 2002, KD 8039 .W348 2002 at Library Reserve.

III. Selected International Legal Documents on Terrorism 

1. UN Security Council 

Resolutions
The text in brackets is not the title of the resolution. It reflects the content and is provided for reference only. 

S/RES/1373(2001) 

[on international cooperation to combat threats to international peace and security caused by terrorist acts]

SECURITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED PURSUANT TO RESOLUTION 1373 (2001) CONCERNING COUNTER-TERRORISM 

S/RES/1368(2001) 

[condemning the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001 in New York, Washington, D.C. and Pennsylvania, United States of America]

S/RES/1363(2001) 

[on the establishment of a mechanism to monitor the implementation of measures imposed by resolutions 1267 (1999) and 1333 (2000)]

S/RES/1333(2000) 

[on measures against the Taliban]

S/RES/1269(1999) 

[on international cooperation in the fight against terrorism]

S/RES/1267(1999) 

[on measures against the Taliban]

S/RES/1214(1998) 

[on the situation in Afghanistan]

S/RES/1189(1998) 

[concerning the terrorist bomb attacks of 7 Aug. 1998 in Kenya and Tanzania]

S/RES/1054(1996) 

[on sanctions against the Sudan in connection with non-compliance with Security Council resolution 1044 (1996) demanding extradition to Ethiopia of the three suspects wanted in connection with assassination attempt on President Mubarak of Egypt]

S/RES/1044(1996) 

[calling upon the Sudan to extradite to Ethiopia the three suspects wanted in connection with the assassination attempt against President Mubarak of Egypt]

S/RES/731(1992) 

[on the destruction of Pan American flight 103 and Union des transports aériens flights 772]

S/RES/748(1992) 

[on sanctions against the Libyan Arab Jamahiriya]

S/RES/687(1991) 

[on restoration of the sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity of Kuwait]

S/RES/635(1989) 

[on marking of plastic or sheet explosives for the purpose of detection]


Presidential Statements
 

S/PRST/2000/38 

[on the responsibility of the Security Council in the maintenance of international peace and security]

S/PRST/2000/12 

[on the situation in Afghanistan]

S/PRST/1999/29 

[on the situation in Afghanistan]

S/PRST/1996/10 

[on terrorist attacks in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv on 3-4 Mar. 1996]

S/PRST/1995/3 

[on the terrorist attack in Nordiya, Israel on 22 Jan. 1995]

S/PRST/1994/40 

[condemning terrorist attacks in Buenos Aires and London]

S/20988 

[on the assassination of the President of Lebanon]

2. UN General Assembly 

Resolutions 

A/RES/56/1 

Condemnation of terrorist attacks in the United States of America

A/RES/55/158 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/RES/54/164 

Human rights and terrorism

A/RES/54/110 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/RES/54/109 

International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism

A/RES/53/108 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/RES/52/165 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/RES/52/133 

Human rights and terrorism

A/RES/51/210 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/RES/50/186 

Human rights and terrorism

A/RES/50/53 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/RES/49/185 

Human rights and terrorism

A/RES/49/60 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/RES/48/122 

Human rights and terrorism

A/RES/46/51 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/RES/44/29 

Measures to prevent international terrorism

A/RES/42/159 

Measures to prevent international terrorism

A/RES/40/61 

Measures to prevent international terrorism

A/RES/39/159 

Inadmissibility of the policy of State terrorism and any actions by States aimed at undermining the socio-political system in other sovereign States

A/RES/38/130 

Measures to prevent international terrorism

A/RES/36/109 

Measures to prevent international terrorism

A/RES/34/145 

Measures to prevent international terrorism

A/RES/32/147 

Measures to prevent international terrorism

A/RES/31/102 

Measures to prevent international terrorism

A/RES/3034(XXVII) 

Measures to prevent international terrorism


Reports of the Secretary-General 

A/56/190 

Human rights and terrorism

A/56/160 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/54/439 

Human rights and terrorism

A/55/179 + Add.1 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/54/301 + Add.1 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/53/314 + Add.1 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/52/304 + Add.1 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/51/336 + Add.1 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/50/685 

Human rights and terrorism


Reports of the Sixth Committee
"
Measures to eliminate international terrorism" 

A/55/614 

 

A/54/615 

 

A/53/636 

 

A/52/653 

 

A/51/631 

 

A/50/643 

 

A/49/743 

 

A/48/609 

 

A/46/654 

 

A/44/762 

 

A/42/832 

 

A/50/372 + Add.1 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/49/257 + Add.1, Add.2 & Add.3 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/48/267 + Add.1 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/46/346/Add.1 + Add.2 

Measures to eliminate international terrorism

A/44/456 + Add.1 

Measures to prevent international terrorism

A/42/519 + Add.1 

Measures to prevent international terrorism

A/40/445 +
Add.1 + Add.2

Measures to prevent international terrorism

A/38/355 +
Add.1 + Add.2 +
Add.3 

Measures to prevent international terrorism

A/36/425 

Measures to prevent international terrorism

3. European Union 

GHENT EUROPEAN COUNCIL: Declaration by the heads of state or government of the European union and the president of the Commission -Brussels, 19 October 2001-.

Report from the Commission:

"Overview of EU action in response to the events of the 11 September and assessment of their likely economic impact"

FORMAL ADOPTION BY COUNCIL

Conclusions and Plan of Action of the extraordinary european Council meeting : Brussels, 21 September 2001

Conclusions adopted by the Council (Justice and Home Affairs): Brussels, 20 September 2001

ADOPTION BY COMMISION

COM(2001)521: Proposal for a COUNCIL FRAMEWORK DECISION on combating terrorism

COM(2001)522 final/2 25/9/2001: Proposal for a COUNCIL FRAMEWORK DECISION on the European arrest warrant and the surrender procedures between the Member States

BACKGROUND

1.- Legal and Political Background:
25/02/1999. - International Convention for the Suppression of the Financing of Terrorism.
Resolution adopted by the General Assembly of the United Nations
(on the report of the Sixth Committee (A/54/615)) 

Tampere European Council. Excerpts- (15 and 16 October 1999): Presidency conclusions. A special meeting of the European Council held at Tampere, Finland, in October 1999, was dedicated to the establishment of an Area of Freedom, Security and Justice and elaborated the political guidelines for the next years, including in the field of immigration.

EUROPOL Convention. Council Act of 26 July 1995 drawing up the Convention based on Article K.3 of the Treaty on European Union, on the establishment of a European Police Office (Europol Convention).
Official Journal C 316 , 27/11/1995 p. 0001 - 0001

EUROPOL Convention ANNEX Council Act of 26 July 1995 drawing up the Convention based on Article K.3 of the Treaty on European Union, on the establishment of a European Police Office (Europol Convention).
Official Journal C 316 , 27/11/1995 p. 0002 - 0032

2.- EU legislation, main proposals and Community acts:

a) Extradition 

23/10/1996.- Council Act of 27 September 1996 drawing up the Convention relating to extradition between the Member States of the European Union Official Journal C 313 , 23/10/1996 p. 0011 - 0011 .- Official Journal C 313 , 23/10/1996 p. 0011 - 0011 

30/03/1995.- Council Act of 10 March 1995 drawing up the Convention on simplified extradition procedure between the Member States of the European Union Official Journal C 078 , 30/03/1995 p. 0001 - 0001

30/03/1995.- Convention drawn up on the basis of Article K.3 of the Treaty on European Union, on simplified extradition procedure between the Member States of the European Union
Official Journal C 078 , 30/03/1995 p. 0002 - 0010 

b) Eurojust 

21/12/2000.- Council Decision of 14 December 2000 setting up a Provisional Judicial Cooperation Unit.
Official Journal L 324 ,21/12/2000P. 0002 - 0003 

22/11/2000.- Communication from the Commission on the Establishment of EUROJUST
/* COM/2000/0746 final */

24/08/2000.- Initiative of the Portuguese Republic, the French Republic, the Kingdom of Sweden and the Kingdom of Belgium with a view to adopting a Council Decision setting up Eurojust with a view to reinforcing the fight against serious organised crime
Official Journal C 243 , 24/08/2000 p. 0015 - 0020 

c) Mutual assistance and mutual recognition 

Mutual Assistance

12/07/2000.- Convention established by the Council in accordance with Article 34 of the Treaty on European Union, on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters between the Member States of the European Union - Council Declaration on Article 10(9) - Declaration by the United Kingdom on Article 20
Official Journal C 197 , 12/07/2000 P. 0003 - 0023 

12/07/2000.- Council Act of 29 May 2000 establishing in accordance with Article 34 of the Treaty on European Union the Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters between the Member States of the European Union
Official Journal C 197 , 12/07/2000 P. 0001 - 0002 

12/07/2000.- Communication by the Secretary-General of the European Union under Article 30(2) of the Convention, established by the Council in accordance with Article 34 of the Treaty on European Union, on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters between the Member States of the European Union
Official Journal C 197 , 12/07/2000 p. 0024 - 0024 

Mutual Recognition

Programme of measures to implement the principle of mutual recognition of decisions in criminal matters.
Official Journal C 012 ,15/01/2001P. 0010 - 0022 

Communication from the Commission to the Council and the European Parliament - Mutual recognition of Final Decisions in criminal matters
/* COM/2000/0495 final */Decision follow-up 

d) European Judicial Network 

07/07/1998. 98/428/JHA:- Joint Action of 29 June 1998 adopted by the Council on the basis of Article K.3 of the Treaty on European Union, on the creation of a European Judicial Network
Official Journal L 191 , 07/07/1998 P. 0004 - 0007 

27/04/1996. 96/277/JHA:- Joint Action of 22 April 1996 adopted by the Council on the basis of Article K.3 of the Treaty on European Union, concerning a framework for the exchange of liaison magistrates to improve judicial cooperation between the Member States of the European Union.
Official Journal L 105 ,27/04/1996P. 0001 - 0002 

3.- Dossiers: a) Temporary Protection.b) EU Forum on Organised Crime Prevention.c) Trafficking in women. 

IV. Materials in the WU Libraries 

Since international terrorism study is an interdisciplinary study, please don't limit your search on the WU Law Library. To find what the WU Libraries including the Law Library have on terrorism, please go to http://catalog.wustl.edu/search~/ and you could choose the following subject headings to do some subject searches:

1. Terrorism Related Subject Headings 

Major subject headings:

  • Terrorism
  • Bioterrorism
  • Cyberterrorism
  • Nuclear terrorism
  • Political violence
  • Sabotage
  • September 11 terrorist attacks, 2001
  • State-sponsored terrorism
  • Terror
  • Terrorism - religious aspects
  • Terrorists
  • Trials (terrorism)
  • Victims of terrorism
  • War on terrorism, 2001
 

Related subject headings:

  • Assassination
  • Bin Laden, Osama, 1957-
  • Bombings
  • Government, resistance to
  • Hostages
  • Political crimes and offenses
  • Fanaticism
  • Radicalism
  • Revolution
  • Riots
  • War on terrorism, 2001
  • Weapons of mass destruction
  • World Trade Center bombing, New York, N.Y., 1993
  • Yousef, Ramzi Ahmed
 

2. Selected Books 

Coalitions between Terrorist Organizations: Revolutionaries, Nationalists and Islamists / Ely Karmon, Martinus Nijhoff, 2005

This volume proposes some theories on the conditions that favor the formation of coalitions between terrorist organizations, and how they function within the changing international system.

Terrorism: a guide to events and documents / Michael Kronenwetter, Greenwood Press, 2004.

Terrorism and the international legal order: with special reference to the UN, the EU and cross-border aspects, edited by Peter J. van Krieten

This book tries to place the many aspects of international terrorism in their proper context and to bring some order in the many instruments, resolutions, guidelines, papers, decisions and recommendations.

Call#: HV6431 .T462 2002

Terrorism :documents of international and local control published by Oceana Publications, 1979-. This publication compiles international and US legal documents on terrorism from international treaties to US Congressional hearings. It also includes some foreign countries' legislation on terrorism, such as Canada and UK. As of November 2002, 35 volumes had been published.

Call#: HV6431 .T464 1979

National strategy for homeland security Published by Office of Homeland Security, [2002]

SuDoc Call #: PR 43.14:H 75

It is also available on the Internet at http://www.whitehouse.gov/homeland/book/nat_strat_hls.pdf 

Global terrorism : the complete reference guide / HarryHenderson. New York : Checkmark Books, c2001.

Olin Library HV6431 .H43 2001b

The United Kingdom's Legal Responses to Terrorism / London : Transnational Publishers/Cavendish Publishing, c2003

V. Worldwide Literature Search 

If you could not find enough literatures on the WU Library Catalog, you could try WorldCat, the largest bibliographical database in the world. To use the WorldCat, you must use a computer on WU campus or connected to the Law School Network. Then, go to http://library.wustl.edu and choose WorldCat. You could use the above subject headings to run some searches. When you find items via WorldCat, you will need to request the item via Interlibrary Loan (use the online form at /library/pages.aspx?id=1138).

VI. Journal Articles 

The chart below lists legal and several non-legal periodical index databases. Once you find an article you want, check the online catalog to see if we own the journal. The Law Library's current journals are kept on Reserve (Circulation Desk); the older journals are bound and shelved on the 5th floor, in alphabetical order. The non-law journal titles will need to be searched in the catalog to determine location. If the title isn't held on campus, the library can obtain it via Interlibrary Loan. Just fill out the online form, and we'll do the rest.

1. Index to Periodicals 

Source Coverage Contents and Comments

LegalTrac SearchBank 

1980 -

A database of legal newspapers and journals, including law reviews.

Index to Legal Periodicals 

1981 -

Another database of law reviews.

Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals 

1985 -

Great source for international/foreign/comparative topics.

Expanded Academic Index 

1980 -

Full-text index. Covers all subjects, indexes scholarly articles and the New York Times.

PAIS International 

1972 -

Covers international policy and public affairs.

If any of the above links does not work, please go to the Research Database Webpage of WU Law Library at /library/pages.aspx?id=1162 or Olin Library Database Webpage at http://library.wustl.edu/databases/ and choose an index database to search.

2. Specialized Journals 

Studies in conflict and terrorism / Washington, DC : Crane, Russak, 1992- , HV6431 T46 in Olin Library Violence and terrorism / Guilford,Conn.:Dushkin Pub. Group, c1990-, HV6431 V55 in Olin Library 

3. Selected Law Review Articles 

English criminal procedure under Article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights: implications for custodial interrogation practices. Raymond J. Toney. HoustonJournal of International Law Spring 2002 v24 i3 p411(64)

Trying a Bin Laden and others: evaluating the options for terrorist trials. Jennifer Trahan.HoustonJournal of International Law Spring 2002 v24 i3 p475(34)

The expansion of the Biological Weapons Convention: the history and problems of a verification regime. Kristen Paris.HoustonJournal of International Law Spring 2002 v24 i3 p509(42)

The United Nations and terrorism: the response to September 11th and Mayor Giuliani's address to the General Assembly. (United Nations Year in Review) Gina Caccese. New York Law School Journal of Human Rights, Summer 2002 v18 i3 p461-466.

U.S.military commissions: one of several options. (Agora: Military Commissions) Michael J. Matheson. American Journal of International Law, April 2002 v96 i2 p354-358.

Religious freedom and the challenge of terrorism (International Law and Religion Symposium) Gordon H. Smith. Brigham Young University Law Review, Spring 2002 v2002 i2 p205-215.

Stretching the limits of international law: the challenge of terrorism. (International Law Odyssey 2001: Beyond the Limits) Asli Bali. ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law, Spring 2002 v8 i2 p403-416.

Internet communication standards for the 21st century: international terrorism must force theU.S.to adopt "carnivore" and new electronic surveillance standards. Seth R. Merl. Brooklyn Journal of International Law, Jan 2002 v27 i1 p245-284.

The President, the Congress, and the use of force: legal and political considerations in authorizing use of force against international terrorism. (Focus: September 11, 2001 - Legal Response to Terror) David Abramowitz. Harvard International Law Journal, Wntr 2002 v43 i1 p71-81.

Legal control of international terrorism: a policy-oriented assessment. (Focus: September 11, 2001 - Legal Response to Terror) M. Cherif Bassiouni. Harvard International Law Journal, Wntr 2002 v43 i1 p83-103.

Testing resilience of American values. (analysis of the effect of presidential order allowing foreigners suspected of international terrorism to be tried in special military tribunals) Jeffrey Rosen. Chicago Daily Law Bulletin, Nov 21, 2001 v147 i229 p5 col 1 (50 col in).

The use of force against terrorism and international law. (Editorial) Jonathan I. Charney. American Journal of International Law, Oct 2001 v95 i4 p835-839.

First panel. (Symposium: International Terrorism, Victims' Rights and the Lockerbie Criminal Trial) (Panel Discussion) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, Fall 2001 v29 i1 p5-29.

Second panel. (Symposium: International Terrorism, Victims' Rights and the Lockerbie Criminal Trial) (Panel Discussion) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, Fall 2001 v29 i1 p29-44.

The Lockerbie trial: justice and victims. (Symposium: International Terrorism, Victims' Rights and the Lockerbie Criminal Trial) Clare Connelly. Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, Fall 2001 v29 i1 p44-50.

The broader meaning of the Lockerbie trial and the future of international counter-terrorism. (Symposium: International Terrorism, Victims' Rights and the Lockerbie Criminal Trial) Michael P. Scharf. Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, Fall 2001 v29 i1 p50-64.

What next for Lockerbie victim families? (Symposium: International Terrorism, Victims' Rights and the Lockerbie Criminal Trial) (Panel Discussion) Syracuse Journal of International Law and Commerce, Fall 2001 v29 i1 p64-82.

Sudan: country of terrorism, religious persecution, slavery, rape, genocide, and man-made starvation. (Pope John XXIII Lecture) (Transcript) Macram Max Gassis. Catholic University Law Review Summer 2001 v50 i4 p905-918.

September 11 and terrorism: international law implications. Keith Suter. Australian International Law Journal, Annual 2001 p14-34.

VI. Selected Recent Symposiums 

1. Cornell International Law Journal - Spring Symposium 2002
“Terrorism: The Legal Implications of the Response to
September 11, 2001.”
 

Keynote Speech - February 9, 2002
“Cracking Global Terrorism: What Must The United Nations Do?”

-Nicholas Rostow - General Counsel to the U.S. Mission to the U.N.

Panel I - February 14, 2002
“Who Is the Enemy? Changes in the Use of Force after September 11, 2001”

-Judith Miller - Partner, Williams And Connolly; Former General Counsel to the U.S. Department Of Defense

-Jordan Paust - Professor, University of Houston Law School; Director, University of Houston International Law Institute

Panel II - February 28, 2002
“Killing Enemies, Killing Innocents: Changes in Humanitarian Law and the Rules of War in the Response to September 11, 2001”

- John Cerone - Executive Director, War Crimes Research Office, American University Washington College of Law

-GwynPrins - NATO Advisor; Research Fellow, London School of Economics; Fellow, Emmanuel College, Cambridge University

-Henry Shue - Professor of Ethics & Public Life, Cornell University

-ShibleyTelhami - Anwar Sadat Professor for Peace and Development, University of Maryland; Fellow, Brookings Institute

Panel III - March 6, 2002
“Beyond the Front Line: Practical Implications of September 11, 2001”

-Matthew Hall - Professor, University of Mississippi School Of Law; Former Immigration and Anti-Terrorism Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice

-Jonathan Macey - J. DuPratt White Professor of Law, Cornell Law School; Director, John M. Olin Program in Law and Economics

-Donnie Marshall - Former Director of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration

-Paul Szasz ’56 - Former Deputy to U.N. Legal Counsel; Former Legal Counsel to the International Atomic Energy Agency; Former Legal Counsel to the World Bank; Former Secretary to the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes; Former Professor of Law, New York University

2. National Symposium on Bioterrorismat http://www.hopkins-id.edu/bioterror/agenda.html 

3. International Symposium on Terrorism and Human Rights at http://www.euromedrights.net/english/barcelona-process/civil_society/HR_activities/Intersymposium.htm 

VII. Westlaw and Lexis Specialized Databases 

So far there are not many terrorism specialized databases on either Westlaw or Lexis. However, you could run key word search on case law database, law review database, magazine and newspaper database to track down terrorism related cases, law review articles, or current awareness materials.

1. Westlaw 

International Enforcement Law Reporter (INTLELREP)
This database focuses on recent development in international criminal law. Reporting widely on issues such as bank secrecy and money laundering, cybercrime, the enforcement of international human rights, environment, extradition, drug trafficking, foreign corrupt practices, fraud, intellectual property, international tax enforcement, international terrorism, international organized crime, and trade.

Studies in Conflict & Terrorism (STUDCONFT)
This database contains abstracts of a quarterly academic journal that focuses on conflicts short of formal war, such as guerilla warfare, revolution, unconventional warfare, and terrorism, as well as non physical conflicts of an economic, social, or political nature.

2. Lexis 

Counterterrorism & Security Reports
This is a bimonthly newsletter that is an adjunct to the Journal of Counterterrorism and Security International and is a
publication of the International Association for Counterterrorism & Security Professionals (IACSP). This publication is edited for security professionals in law enforcement, corporate, government, military and emergency management positions. The publication regularly follows national and international developments in Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), Nuclear, Biological, and Chemical warfare (NBC), Middle Eastern based terrorism, U.S. domestic terrorism, bio-terrorism, cyber-terrorism, and world terrorism and terrorist groups. Coverage emphasizes broad issues and subjects such as intelligence and information gathering, government policies, public safety, bombs and weapons preparation, lethal and non-lethal warfare, future global hot spots, etc.

Journal of Counterterrorism and Homeland Security International 

This is the quarterly publication of the International Association for Counterterrorism & Security Professionals (IACSP). The journal is edited for security professionals in law enforcement, corporate, government, military and emergency management positions.

VIII. Internet Resources 

UN Terrorism and  Website at http://disarmament.un.org/terrorism.htm The Policy Working Group on the United Nations and Terrorism was established at the behest of the Secretary-General in October 2001, within that context and to those ends. Its purpose has been to identify the longer-term implications and broad policy dimensions of terrorism for the United Nations and to formulate recommendations on the steps that the United Nations system might take to address the issue. American War against Terrorism at http://www.lib.umich.edu/govdocs/usterror.html The Government Document Center of U. of Michigan provides a very comprehensive index to various resources on terrorism and counter terrorism information. Understanding Terrorism: Research Resources at http://library.csun.edu/llampert/terrorism/, The Library of University of California Northridge provides a selected resources on Terrorism and related topics of interest and compiled a list of Internet Resources related to September 11th 2001 Attack. Terrorism Research Guide at http://www.library.umass.edu/sept11/terrorism.html The Library of U. of Mass provides a list of Library and Internet resources that can help you conduct research on the topic of terrorism. The Terrorism Research Center at http://www.terrorism.com/index.shtml The center is dedicated to informing the public of the phenomena of terrorism and information warfare. This site features essays and thought pieces on current issues, as well as links to other terrorism documents, research and resources. Navigate the site by clicking on the area of interest.