A Mindful Approach
Read about the psychological, social, and religious factors that are responsible for terrorism.
Connections: Terrorist Networks
Examines the make up of a terrorist network, mapping cells, plus dealing with and destabilizing adversary social networks. From the Official Journal of the International Network for Social Network Analysis. [Adobe Acrobat Reader required].
FAS: Terrorism - Background and Threat Assessments
Guide to resources, both governmental and private, including FAS information on liberation movements, terrorist organizations, substance cartels, and other para-state entities. From the Federation of American Scientists.
Monitors developments in terrorist and intelligence activity worldwide.
Jurist: Terrorism Law and Policy
Information on anti-terrorism law, counterterrorism policy and legal issues relating to bioterrorism and anthrax. Includes news, statements, reports, hearings, commentary and bibliography. From JURIST, at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.
National Disaster Medical System
NDMS assists American state and local medical agencies responding to the health effects of peacetime disasters, terrorism, and weapons of mass destruction. Includes discussion of counterterrorism, searchable directory, and links to related materials.
South Asia Terrorism Portal
Supplying daily news updates, data, commentary, research, critical assessment and analysis on terrorism, low intensity warfare and sectarian strife in South Asia. From the Institute for Conflict Management.
Terrorism & Liberty
Photographic exposition in Paris, depicting images of terrorism over the past 50 years. Introduction and selected photographs.
Offers a pychological analysis of terrorist behaviour and anatomy of modern terrorism.
Features an insight into terrorism, terrorist activities, and organizations. Includes news and related links.
Examines the various definitions of terrorism along with common behavior, organization, and characteristics of terrorist groups.
The Psychology of Terror
Features the definition of terrorist and terrorism, intimidating tactics, psychopathology, the Stockholm Syndrome, and post traumatic stress.
U.S. Department of State: Response to Terrorism
Continually updated, including latest news, fact sheets, transcripts, statements and full archive. Key documents, photo galleries, issues in focus, terriorist incidents in depth and other resources. From the Office of International Information Programs.
US Department of State: Patterns of Global Terrorism
Annual reports include overview of terrorist activity on each continent, chronology of major events, background information on the groups involved, and information on extradition of terrorists. Archives go back to 1995.
Wikipedia - Terrorism
Hyperlinked encyclopedia article includes definitions, groups and incidents.
Includes information and links on American Intelligence, patterns of global terrorism, terrorist organization, chemical and biological weapons, computer security, cryptography, economic espionage, and related topics.