- Decisions Detained: The Courts' Embrace of Complexity in Guantï¿½namo-Related Litigation. Geltzer, Joshua Alexander // Berkeley Journal of International Law;2011, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p94
The article investigates the judicial embrace of complexity in the setting of Guantï¿½namo-related litigation. It explores several key judicial decisions suggesting post-9/11 detention at Guantï¿½namo to show how courts have avoided delving deeply into the factors of time and space while...
- The many faces of counterterrorism: an introduction. Sandler, Todd // Public Choice;Dec2011, Vol. 149 Issue 3/4, p225
This article sets the stage for the special issue by describing the many faces of counterterrorism policy. The article highlights some key concepts-e.g., domestic and transnational terrorism, and alternative types of counterterrorism policies-that are applied throughout the special issue. The...
- Suspected militant blockaded in Makhachkala, counterterrorist operation launched. Interfax // Russia & FSU News Bulletin;12/ 1/2012, p1
MAKHACHKALA. Dec 1 (Interfax) â€“ A counterterrorist operation was launched in the community of Semender in Makhachkala on Saturday, as a man suspected of belonging to illegal armed units was blockaded in a house, a member of the operational headquarters in Dagestan told Interfax.
- The Meaning of Spain. Joffe, Josef // Time International (South Pacific Edition);3/29/2004, Issue 12, p23
The article focuses on issues related to the Spain's withdrawal from the war against terrorism. Having timed the bombing in Madrid, Spain, for the election in the country, the terrorists scored beyond their wildest expectations. Spain is no longer ruled by a pro-U.S. government, and a pillar of...
- Did We Fail in Afghanistan? Kagan, Frederick W. // Commentary;Mar2003, Vol. 115 Issue 3, p39
Assesses the success of the U.S. war on terrorism in Afghanistan as of March 2003. Elimination of the Al Qaeda terrorist organization from the country; Details of the war; Drawbacks in the war plan; Objectives of the U.S. for attacking Afghanistan.
- Pakistan defeats the Taliban--Again. Spencer, Robert // Human Events;11/9/2009, Vol. 65 Issue 39, p14
The article describes how Pakistani officials have continuously declared the Taliban as "terrorist elements that must be dealt with a strong hand," how the operations against the Talibans "have been very successful" and how the armed forces have the Taliban "on the run." The author says that...
- Swan Island. // Nuclear Resister;12/1/2014, Issue 176, p5
The article presents information related to the Special Air Services (SAS) 4 Squadron created in Australia as the premier national counterterrorism force following 9/11 terrorism attacks in the U.S. for capture and kill missions in the War on Terror.
- The Underside of Netwar. Arquilla, John; Ronfeldt, David // Institute of Public Affairs Review;Dec2002, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p3
Discusses the need to develop a campaign against networked terrorists. Example of terrorist networks; Benefits derived from networked terrorists; Common trait of networked terrorists; Actions taken by the U.S. in its war against terror; Struggles against terrorism using different dimensions.
- How to Play Hardball. Zuckerman, Mortimer B. // U.S. News & World Report;9/25/2006, Vol. 141 Issue 11, p68
The author reflects on the need of the United States to be vigilant in its war on terror. He argues that the enemy can and must be defeated by the U.S., since no settlement of any kind is conceivable with Muslim radicals who seek to expel the West from the Muslim world. An overview of what...