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GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS


REPORTS

Library of Congress - Federal Research Division - Terrorism Studies

George Washington University - The National Security Archive

Social Science Research Council

  • After September 11th Essays - In the days following September 11, the SSRC asked social scientists from around the world to contribute essays to a website called "After September 11." Sections include essays on globalization, fundamentalism, competing narrative, building peace, and terrorism and democratic values.

War Against Terror (A CNN Special Report)

 

RECOMMENDED BOOKS ON TERRORISM

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MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES

The Concept and Practice of Jihad in Islam, by Michael Knapp

Articles on Maritime Security

The Atlantic Monthly - Articles on The War on Terrorism

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Articles:

International Policy Institute for Counterterrorism Articles

"Why do they hate us?"
Article in the Christian Science Monitor by Peter Ford, September 27, 2001



BIBLIOGRAPHIES


OTHER INFORMATION SOURCES

  • Al Qaeda Training Manual
    "The attached manual was located by the Manchester (England) Metropolitan Police during a search of an Al Qaeda member's home. The manual was found in a computer file described as 'the military series' related to the 'Declaration of Jihad.' The manual was translated into English and was introduced earlier this year at the embassy bombing trial in New York."

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