Democracy and Counterterrorism

Lessons from the Past
January 2007
481 Pages
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A comparative study of the policies, strategies, and instruments employed by various democratic governments in the fight against terrorism.

"This volume, the most systematic and comprehensive study to date, is a valuable set of comparative case studies of democratic responses to terrorism beyond the United States. It demonstrates conclusively that there are useful lessons to be learned about policy effectiveness from the diverse counterterrorism experiences of a wide range of countries."

—Martha Crenshaw, - Wesleyan University

Robert J. Art

Robert J. Art is Christian A. Herter Professor of International Relations, Emeritus at Brandeis University.

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