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Causes of domestic terrorism: 1970–2010
by Berkebile, Richard E., Ph.D.  University of Missouri - Columbia. 2012: 192 pages; 3537871.
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Cyber-Terrorism: Finding a Common Starting Point
by Biller, Jeffrey Thomas, LL.M.  The George Washington University. 2012: 106 pages; 1515265.
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Exploring Community-Oriented Policing as an Anti-Terrorism Approach Post 9/11: A Case Study
by Castillo, Warner Alberto, D.B.A.  Northcentral University. 2015: 230 pages; 3712165.
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Cyber terrorrism threats
by Gobran, Ashraf, M.S.  Utica College. 2015: 48 pages; 1588500.
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A moral evaluation of terrorism
by Thurmond, Angela, Ph.D.  The University of Oklahoma. 2010: 140 pages; 3412126.
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Impact of gender inequality and religion on how states experience terrorism
by Salman, Aneela, D.A.  State University of New York at Albany. 2013: 191 pages; 3611897.
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Examining the laws of war and the necessity of evolving legal principles to counter terrorism
by Dutkiewicz, Erik Leigh, M.S.  The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. 2008: 81 pages; 1462108.
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The laws of terrorism: Representations of terrorism in German literature and film
by Chen, Yannleon, M.A.  University of Oregon. 2013: 72 pages; 1542689.
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Shifting Faces of Terror After 9/11: Framing the Terrorist Threat
by Pokalova, Elena, Ph.D.  Kent State University. 2011: 374 pages; 10631213.
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Terrorized into compliance: Why countries submit to financial counterterrorism
by Lula, Karolina, Ph.D.  Rutgers The State University of New Jersey - Newark. 2014: 162 pages; 3613909.
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Homeland security and terrorism in selected European states
by Deutcher, Eric M., M.A.  University of Denver. 2009: 182 pages; 1462094.
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Critical Consciousness, Community Resistance & Resilience: Narratives of Irish Republican Women Political Prisoners
by Murphy, Kathleen, Psy.D.  The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. 2015: 337 pages; 3683725.
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The legal-military dilemma in the response to international terrorism
by Allan, Matthew Wesley, Ph.D.  Texas A&M University. 2009: 253 pages; 3400678.
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AEO and C-TPAT in the light of Art. XX GATT, with emphasis on lit. (b) and lit. (d)
by Carter, Angela Sandra, M.B.A.  Hochschule fuer Angewandte Wissenschaften Hamburg (Germany). 2014: 160 pages; 1527168.
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Terror in Plainview: Terrorist-Gang Threats of Biological Weapons Usage
by Dones, D. Darell, Ph.D.  George Mason University. 2012: 242 pages; 3515298.
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Emergency Preparedness Self-Efficacy and the Ongoing Threat of Disasters
by Burns, Katherine M., Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2014: 142 pages; 3635102.
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Convergence – A Homeland Security and Educational Problem: A Mixed Methodological Study
by Ippolito, Steven Christopher, Ph.D.  Northcentral University. 2017: 495 pages; 10624690.
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Borderless world, boundless threat: Online Jihadists and modern terrorism
by Hayne, Spencer O., M.A.  Georgetown University. 2010: 73 pages; 1483143.
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Is All News Good News?: Media Coverage of Terrorism
by Shedd, Juliette R., Ph.D.  George Mason University. 2013: 248 pages; 3606275.
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Conspiracy and alternative crimes in the Military Commissions Act of 2009: Is There a Way Out?
by Choi, Kyle Kyungsik, LL.M.  The George Washington University. 2010: 69 pages; 1532991.
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Learning from the Uighurs: Correcting Inadequate Due Process in Terrorist Financing Sanction Regimes
by Pulsifer, Jessica Elizabeth, LL.M.  The George Washington University. 2012: 72 pages; 1515271.
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