"On September 11 (2001) the USA was struck by a terror attack on a scale never before imagined. . . Gus Martin's reader The New Era of Terrorism is meant, as he puts it, to stimulate critical discussion about the attributes of the new era of terrorism and the policy options available to societies and governments in this era. . . The reader is organized into three thematic parts, each of which is comprised of three chapters. . . Three articles are included in each chapter.
This is also a good supplementary book for students who are studying terrorism and counter-terrorism.
This highly provocative book presents an anthology of academic articles, political readings and social insights in the aftermath of 9/11. Designed with the intention to stimulate debate, this book is an asset for discussion groups and academic seminars that seeks to understand terrorism in the 21st century.