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Preface to the Third Edition 1. Defining Terrorism 2. The End of Empire and the Origins of Contemporary Terrorism 3. The Internationalization of Terrorism 4. Religion and Terrorism 5. Suicide Terrorism 6. The Old Media, Terrorism, and Public Opinion 7. The New Media, Terrorism, and the Shaping of Global Opinion 8. The Modern Terrorist Mind- Set: Tactics, Targets, Tradecraft, and Technologies Illustrations 9. Terrorism Today and Tomorrow I: Force Multipliers 10. Terrorism Today and Tomorrow II: New and Continuing Challenges Notes Bibliography Index
Bruce Hoffman is a professor at Georgetown University's Walsh School of Foreign Service and director of the Center for Security Studies and the Security Studies Program. He is also a senior fellow at the U.S. Military Academy's Combating Terrorism Center and a visiting professor of terrorism studies at St. Andrews University. Hoffman is the editor of the Columbia University Press series Columbia Studies in Terrorism and Irregular Warfare, coeditor of The Evolution of the Global Terrorist Threat: From 9/11 to Osama bin Laden's Death (Columbia, 2014), and author of Anonymous Soldiers: The Struggle for Israel, 1917-1947 (2015).
A vitally important book. Bruce Hoffman has for decades been one of the world's greatest scholars of terrorism, and this new edition of his classic study is impressively wide-ranging and authoritative. Covering key issues such as definition, historical evolution, and internationalization, it also addresses thematic subjects such as religious terrorism and suicide attacks. The book serves as a valuable corrective to the amnesia of so much recent work on terrorism, and it will offer readers powerful insights for many years. -- Richard English, author of Does Terrorism Work?: A History