What Governments Can Do About TerrorismBook - 2011
This book explains how governments can construct and execute the most effective strategies to combat terrorism - and how they can manage the consequences of those acts of terrorism they cannot prevent. It provides an overview of the complex problem of terrorism and offers a guide to shaping solutions to fit the unique structures and processes of governments. These issues and their solutions are demonstrated in six case studies. The book's value lies in its holistic treatment of what governments can do to protect their societies, with the ultimate goal of reducing terrorism from the global security threat it is today to a national-level criminal problem.
Publisher: Stanford, California : Stanford University Press, 
Branch Call Number: 363.3251 FIGHTIN
Characteristics: xv, 400 pages ; 24 cm