Featuring paired pro/con pieces written specifically for this volume, Debating Terrorism and Counterterrorism : Conflicting Perspectives on Causes, Contexts, and Responses encourages students to grapple with the central debates surrounding the field of terrorism. With topics ranging from the root causes of terrorism, the role of religion in terrorism, whether suicide terrorism is ever justified, whether the spread of democracy can help defeat terrorism, and what trade-offs should exist between security and civil liberties, Gottlieb's outstanding cast of contributors returns, compelling students to wrestle with the conflicting perspectives that define the field. Stuart Gottlieb frames the paired essays with incisive headnotes, providing historical context and preparing students to read each argument critically. Each selection has been updated to account for recent world events, policy changes, and new scholarship. New to the reader, and by reviewer request, is a chapter, qCan Global Institutions Make a Difference in Fighting Terrorism?qConflicting Perspectives on Causes, Contexts, and Responses Stuart Gottlieb. A second line of thought and feeling in her essay, certainly a main implication of it, is to the effect that we need to judge right and wrong in Palestine on the basis ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||Debating Terrorism and Counterterrorism: Conflicting Perspectives on Causes, Contexts, and Responses|
|Publisher||:||CQ Press - 2013-03-29|