Fighting terrorism in the liberal state : an integrated model of research, intelligence and international law / edited by Samuel Peleg and Wilhelm Kempf.Material type: TextSeries: NATO security through science series. E, Human and societal dynamics ; ; v. 9.Publication details: Amsterdam ; Washington, DC : IOS Press, ©2006. Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 197 pages) : illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 1423797485; 9781423797487; 1601291469; 9781601291462; 9781607501671; 1607501678; 9781586036003; 1586036009; 6610505292; 9786610505296; 6000004265; 9786000004262; 128050529X; 9781280505294Subject(s): Terrorism -- Prevention -- Congresses | Terrorism -- Government policy -- Congresses | Security, International -- Congresses | National security -- Congresses | Civil rights -- Congresses | Human rights -- Congresses | POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Political Freedom & Security -- Terrorism | Civil rights | Human rights | National security | Security, International | Terrorism -- Government policy | Terrorism -- PreventionGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. | Electronic book. | Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Fighting terrorism in the liberal state.DDC classification: 303.6/25 LOC classification: HV6431 | .N38309 2005ebOnline resources: Click here to access online
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"Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Fighting Terrorism in the Liberal State: an Integrated Model of Research, Intelligence and International Law, Konstanz, Germany, 15-16 April 2005"--Title page verso.
"Published in cooperation with NATO Public Diplomacy Division."
"This publication is supported by: The NATO Programme for Security through Science"--Cover.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Print version record.
Contemporary modern terrorism : actors, motivations, countermeasures / Samuel Peleg -- The double fear : who is afraid of whom? / Hassan Hanafi -- September 11 and the need for a social science research agenda / Wilhelm Kempf -- Reconceptualizing political terrorism : a collective action perspective for analyzing the Tanzim / Eitan Y. Alimi -- Experiencing terrorism in Spain : the case of ETA / Juan Aviles -- Combating terrorism through international law / Barry A. Feinstein -- Violence and terrorism : the sense and its names / Mokhtar Benabdallaoui -- Fighting terrorism by tightening laws : a tightrope walk between protecting security and losing liberty / Berthold Meyer -- Peer networks of collaborating intelligent software agents : modular infrastructure for adaptive distributed intelligent systems / Eitan Hadar -- The impact of the human aspects in designing collaborative information technology systems / Irit Hadar -- A practitioner's thoughts about terrorism / Mansour Abu Rashid -- The role of business in the UK policing counter-terrorist effort / Jeff Fouhy -- An analytical model of anti-terror cross-border cooperation / Alexander Bligh -- Terrorism : myth conceptions and conceptual inadequacies / Olga A. Vorkunova, David Hovhannesian -- The war against state terrorism : reframing the debate on global terrorism / Lubna Nadvi -- Understanding suicide terrorism : countering human bombs and their senders / Anne Speckhard -- The world after 9/11 : new actors, new game / Samuel Peleg.
Contains papers that illustrate the balanced dichotomy between terrorism and counter-terrorism against the background of the liberal state. How to establish the equilibrium of combating terrorism while preserving the liberties of the open society? This book begins with this question and tackles different aspects and dimensions of this dilemma.