Yonah Alexander

Alexander, Yonah. Behavioral and Quantitative Perspectives on Terrorism. New York: Permagon, 1980.

[Terrorism/80s]

Alexander, Yonah. Governmental Response to Terrorism. Fairfax, VA: Hero Books, 1986.

[Terrorism/80s]

Alexander, Yonah, and Allan S. Nanes. Legislative Responses to Terrorism. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff, 1986.

[Terrorism/80s]

Alexander, Yonah, and Michael S. Swetnam. Usama bin Laden's al-Qaida: Profile of a Terrorist Network. Ardsley, NY: Transnational, 2001.

[Terrorism/00s/Gen]

Alexander, Yonah, Michael S. Swetnam, and.Herbert M. Levine. ETA: Profile of a Terrorist Group. Ardsley, NY: Transnational, 2001.

[OtherCountries/Spain; Terrorism/00s/Gen]

Alexander, Yonah, ed. Combating Terrorism: Strategies of Ten Countries. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2002.

From publisher: "The original essays in Combating Terrorism offer a unique overview and evaluation of the counterterrorism policies of ten countries: the United States, Argentina, Peru, Columbia, the United Kingdom, Spain, Israel, Turkey, India, and Japan."

[Terrorism/00s/Gen]

Alexander, Yonah, ed. Control of Terrorism: International Documents. New York: Crane-Russak, 1979.

[Terrorism/70s]

Alexander, Yonah, ed. Counterterrorism Strategies: Successes and Failures of Six Nations. Dulles, VA: Potomac Books, 2006.

Cassidy, Parameters 37.2 (Summer 2007), notes that the aim of this book "is to glean best practices in order to arrive at some generalizations about the way ahead on ... efforts to counter terrorism.... The book prescribes policy fixes which are not necessarily epiphanous or timely, but are indeed correct and cogent." It is "a well-written and well-researched contribution." It is also "a relatively easy read."

For Peake, Studies 52.2 (Jun. 2008) and Intelligencer 16.1 (Spring 2008), this work "provides an interesting review of terrorism as experienced by six countries [the United States, France, Germany, Italy, Egypt, and Sri Lanka] and viewed by academics, but it presents nothing new and certainly no strategies for the future that have not already been implemented." Tennant, Military Review (Jul.-Aug. 2007), expresses disappointment in the unevenness of the essays included in this work, finding only the chapters on the United States and Germany of any value.

[Terrorism/00s/Gen]

Alexander, Yonah, ed. International Terrorism: National, Regional, and Global Perspectives. New York: Praeger, 1976.

[Terrorism/70s]

Alexander, Yonah, and Edgar H. Brenner, eds. Terrorism and the Law. Ardsley, NY: Transnational, 2001.

Publisher: "This volume focuses on a broad range of relevant topics (e.g., definitions; human rights; ethnic, racial, and religious intolerance and violence) and selected legislation, treaties, and cases."

[Terrorism/00s/Gen]

Alexander, Yonah, David Carlton, and Paul Wilkinson, eds. Terrorism: Theory and Practice. Boulder, CO: Westview, 1979.

[Terrorism/70s]

Alexander, Yonah, and Charles Ebinger, eds. Political Terrorism and Energy: The Threat and the Response. New York: John Jay, 1982.

[Terrorism/80s]

Alexander, Yonah, and Seymour Finger, eds. Terrorism: Interdisciplinary Perspectives. New York: John Jay, 1977.

[Terrorism/70s]

Alexander, Yonah, and Milton Hoenig, eds. Super Terrorism: Biological, Chemical, and Nuclear. Ardsley, NY: Transnational, 2001.

[Terrorism/00s/Gen]

Alexander, Yonah, and Robert A. Kilmarx, eds. Political Terrorism and Business: The Threat and the Response. New York: Praeger, 1979.

[Terrorism/70s]

Alexander, Yonah, and Michael B. Kraft, eds. Evolution of U.S. Counter-Terrorism Policy. 3 vols. Westport, CT: Praeger Security International, 2008.

Kalic, Proceedings 134.5 (May 2008), identifies this work as a "collection of more than 600 documents that detail how America has wrestled with terrorism as a security threat.... While the vast numbers of documents are initially overwhelming, strong introductory chapters assist in outlining their basic tenets."

[Terrorism/00s/Gen]

Alexander, Yonah, and Kenneth A. Myers, eds. Terrorism in Europe. London: Croom Helm, 1982.

[Terrorism/80s]

Alexander, Yonah, Yuval Ne'Eman, and Ely Tavin, eds. Future Terrorism Trends. Washington, DC: Global Affairs, 1991.

[Israel; Terrorism/90s]

Alexander, Yonah, and Alan O'Day, eds. Terrorism in Ireland. New York: St. Martin's, 1984.

Alexander, Yonah, and Alan O'Day, gen. eds. The International Library of Terrorism. 5 vols. New York: G.K. Hall, 1994.

Vol. I. Wilkinson, Paul, ed. Terrorism: British Perspectives.

I. The Wider Context

II. Terrorism in Great Britain and Northern Ireland

III. Analysis of Terrorism in Other Countries

IV. Other Aspects

Vol. II. O'Day, Alan, ed. Dimensions of Irish Terrorism.

I. Causations of Political Violence

II. Participants in Terrorism

III. The Impact of Terrorism in the Community

IV. Responses to Terrorism

Vol. III. Moxon-Browne, Edward, ed. European Terrorism.

I. European Terrorism: General Themes

II. National Case Studies

III. Remedies and Responses: National and International

Vol. IV. Crenshaw, Martha, ed. Terrorism in Africa.

I. Assassinations, Hijackings, and International Terrorism

II. The Relationship Between Terrorism and Insurgency in Africa

III. South Africa: States, Terrorism, and Resistance

I. Middle East Terrorism: Past Experiences

II. Current and Future Threats: A Regional Overview

III. Radical Palestinian Terrorist Groups

IV. Islamic Fundamentalist Groups

V. Christian Terrorist Groups

VI. Jewish Terrorist Groups

VII. State Sponsors of Terrorism

VIII. Middle East Terrorism Spill-Over into Other Regions

IX. Regional Responses to Middle East Terrorism

X. International Responses to Middle East Terrorism

[OtherCountries/Ireland (Vol. II); Terrorism/90s]

Alexander, Yonah, and Stephen Prior, eds. Terrorism and Medical Responses: U.S. Lessons and Policy Implications. Ardsley, NY: Transnational, 2001.

[Terrorism/00s/Gen]

Alexander, Yonah, and Michael S. Swetnam, eds. Cyber Terrorism and Information Warfare: Threats and Responses. Ardsley, NY: Transnational, 2001.

[GenPostwar/Issues/InfoWar; Terrorism/00s/Gen]

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