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Eradicating terrorism from the Middle East, policy and administrative approaches /, Alexander R. Dawoody, editor

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Eradicating terrorism from the Middle East, policy and administrative approaches /, Alexander R. Dawoody, editor
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Literary form
non fiction
Main title
Eradicating terrorism from the Middle East
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Oclc number
957436995
Responsibility statement
Alexander R. Dawoody, editor
Series statement
Public administration, governance and globalization
Sub title
policy and administrative approaches /
Summary
This book analyzes the contributing factors responsible for the emergence of terrorism in the Middle East with specific case studies based on empirical data that anchors the analyses in real life observation and posits unbiased, bipartisan solutions. Terrorists are targeting civilian populations around the world and increasing pressure on civil liberties, public policy and democratic institutions. With the defeat of one terrorist organization several more take its place. This book includes case studies in public administration initiatives from various Middle Eastern countries, and investigates regulation, public information, monetary and financial responsibilities, security, and civic infrastructure as possible solutions to this ever-worsening problem. With terrorism emerging as a major global policy issue this book speaks to global security and public policy and administrative issues in the Middle East, and will be of interest to researchers in terrorism and security in the Middle East, public administration, international relations, political economy, and to government officials, security analysts and investors
Table of contents
Terrorism in the Middle East: policy and administrative approach -- Monitoring and disrupting dark networks: a bias toward the center and what it costs us -- Terrorism through the looking glass -- Reasons for terrorism in the Middle East -- Impact of islamophobia and human rights: the radicalization of Muslim communities -- Do terrorist organizations use information technologies? Understanding cyberterrorism -- Root causes of conflict and terrorism in the Middle East -- Conflict resolution and peace in the Middle East: prospects and challenges -- The changing nature of global arm conflict -- The interplay between policy and politics in combatting terrorism: the case of Lebanon (2011–2015) -- State-sponsored terrorism and its effects on Lebanese policy and politics -- Iran and its policy against terrorism -- Policy initiatives that steer terrorism: a case study of l. Paul Bremer’s de-ba’athification of the Iraqi army -- Assessment of policy and institutional approaches to international terrorism in Uganda -- Turkey’s struggle with the Kurdish question: roots, evolution, and changing national, regional, and international contexts -- Fighting terrorism through community policing -- Money-laundering activities of the PKK -- Bullets for ballots: electoral violence in insurgencies -- Is democracy a cure for human rights violations? An analysis of macro variables -- Manufacturing terrorism

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