International Terrorism and World Security

International Terrorism and World Security

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This book examines violence in international affairs. Originally published in 1975, the two types of violence which the book focusses on are nuclear deterrence and international terrorism. The broader perspective in which the ISODARCO discussions took place was the recognition of the need for a new kind of world order and the international contributors reflect a wide variety of ideological perspectives.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 346 pages
  • 160.02 x 233.68 x 25.4mm | 657.71g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138899771
  • 9781138899773

Table of contents

Summary of Proceedings: Our Violent Future J. Henk Leurdijk Part 1: International Terrorism 1. International Terrorism: A New Mode of Conflict Brian M. Jenkins 2. Definitions of Terror Gaston Bouthoul 3. Measure Against Internaitonal Terrorism Steven J. Rosen and Robert Frank 4. Legal Aspects of Terrorism George Sliwowski 5. Revolutionary Organisations: Special Cases and Imperfect Models J. Bowyer Bell Part 2: The Arms Race 7. An Outline History of Nuclear Profileration Herbert F. York 8. Plowshare, Proliferation, and the N+1 Country Thomas Blau 9. Nuclear Energy: Fact Versus Myth Bernard T. Field 10. Fuelling the Western World's Reactors: Problems and Issues Victor Gilinsky 11. National Security and the Arms Race L. J. Dumas 12. Unilateral Disarmament Re-examined Tom Stonier Part 3: European and Middle East Security 13. The Political Aspects of European Security Pierre Hassner 14. The Military Balance Between East and West in Europe Nino Pasti 15. Consultations in NATO during and after the October War Thomas Blau 16. The Mediterranean and European Security Ciro E. Zoppo 17. The British Independent Nuclear Deterrent and the Future of European Security David Carlton Part 4: Peace Teaching and The Study of Conflict 18. Peace Education: A Sceptic's View Michael Nicholson 19. An Educational Strategy for Arms Control John H. Barton 20. Tolerance of Ambinguity in International Bargaining Lillian Davisshow more