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Bibliography on Terrorism and International Law

The Law & Terrorism: A Three-Part Discussion Series
Sponsored by Pace Law School and the International Law Society
October 18, October 25, and November 7, 2001
Bibliography Compiled by Cynthia Pittson,
Reference Librarian, Pace Law School Library

Books
(Available in the Law Library except where noted)

Alexander, Yonah and Michael S. Swetnam, eds. Cyber terrorism and information warfare. Dobbs Ferry,
N.Y. : Oceana Publications, 1999.
KF9430.A73 A44 1999

Alexander, Yonah and Edgar H. Brenner. Legal aspects of terrorism in the United States. Dobbs Ferry,
N.Y. : Oceana Publications, 2000.
KF9430 .A95 2000

Alexander, Yonah, et al., eds. Terrorism: theory and practice. Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1979.
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Allan, Richard. Terrorism: pragmatic international deterrence and cooperation. New York : Institute for
East-West Security Studies, 1990.
HV6431 .A533 1990 Birnbaum

American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research. Terrorism, what should be our response?.
Washington : AEI, 1982.
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American Society of International Law. Beyond confrontation: international law for the post-Cold War
era. Boulder, Colo. : Westview Press, 1995.
KZ3092 .B49 1995

American Society of International Law. Legal aspects of international terrorism. Lexington, Mass. :
Lexington Books, 1978.
K5256 .A96 1978

Beliaev, Igor and John Marks, eds. Common ground on terrorism: Soviet-American cooperation against
the politics of terror. New York : W.W. Norton, 1991.
HV6431 .C6473 1991 Birnbaum

Bell, J. Bowyer. A time of terror: how democratic societies respond to revolutionary violence. New York
: Basic Books, 1978.
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Blakesley, Christopher L. Terrorism, drugs, international law, and the protection of human liberty: a
comparative study of international law, its nature, role, and impact in matters of terrorism, drug
trafficking, war, and extradition. Ardsley-on-Hudson, N.Y. : Transnational Publishers, 1992.
K5256 .B56 1992

Bodansky, Yossef. Bin Laden: the man who declared war on America. Rocklin, Calif. : Forum, 1999.
HV6430.B55 B63 1999 Birnbaum

Cassese, Antonio. Terrorism, politics, and law: the Achille Lauro affair. Princeton, N.J. : Princeton
University Press, 1989.
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