Terrorism Studies - Links and General Resources

Political Science > Global Terrorism > Links

U.S. Department of Homeland Security
"One of the primary mandates of the Department of Homeland Security is to educate the public, on a continuing basis, about how to be prepared in case of an emergency--including a possible terrorist attack."

Alternative Resources on the U.S. "War Against Terrorism"
Sections include: Alternative News ; Petitions ; Demonstrations ; Additional Links.
American Library Association - Social Responsibilities Round Table

Center for Defense Information - Terrorism Project
"...is designed to provide insights, in-depth analysis and facts on the military, security and foreign policy challenges as the United States, and the world, faces terrorism. The project will look at all aspects of fighting terrorism, from near-term issues of response and defense, to long-term questions about how the United States should shape its future international security strategy."

Counter-Terrorism
"The origins of this web site lie in recommendations made by the Counter-Terrorism Training Coordination Working Group convened by the U.S. Department of Justice's (DOJ's) Office of Justice Programs to examine the counter-terrorism tools available to law enforcement and first responder communities."

Illinois State University Milner Library Government Information - Terrorism
"This web resource was created in an attempt to bring together in one site, information at many governmental levels (federal, state, local, and international) concerning the recent terrorist activities against the United States. In addition to including information from governmental representatives, this site also includes background information in the form of governmental research and legislation."
By Angela Bonnell, Government Documents Librarian

Information Warfare Site (IWS)
"...is an online resource that aims to stimulate debate about a range of subjects from information security to information operations and e-commerce. It is the aim of the site to develop a special emphasis on offensive and defensive information operations."
Sections include: Computer Security ; Hacking & Cracking ; Military Affairs ; Critical Infrastructure ; Information Operations ; Psychological Operations ; Crime & Espionage ; Intelligence ; RMA & C4I ; E-Commerce ; Legal Aspects ; Terrorism.

Jihad Monitor
"...is a guide to open internet resources on Islamist radicalism and Jihadism. It was created by a group of university researchers. Members of the Jihad Monitor also provide analysis in the JMA section of the website."

Library of Congress - Portals to the World - Terrorism
Selected Internet Resources.
Sections include: General Sites on Terrorism ; Osama bin Laden ; Mullah Omar ; Al Qaeda.

The War on Terrorism: Saddam Hussein and Iraq
Sections include: News and Commentary ; Government Documents ; Political Background and Analysis ; Military and Strategic Issues ; Weapons of Mass Destruction ; Impact of Sanctions
By David Durant, Joyner Library, East Carolina University

U.S. Department of Homeland Security
"One of the primary mandates of the Department of Homeland Security is to educate the public, on a continuing basis, about how to be prepared in case of an emergency--including a possible terrorist attack."




Online Degree Information

Find information on online degree programs and online courses. Learn more about earning a degree online through distance education and browse through accredited online and campus-based schools, colleges and universities. Discover degrees by subject category or degree level (e.g. associate, bachelor, master or doctoral). Further your career and improve your earning potential - get educated today!