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Sheet1 Page 1 POTI Course on °Global Terrorismt at Durham University (UK) Dec 15-17 2008 http://www.dur.ac.uk/sgia/poci/ This short course is designed to offer students a basic introduction to the complex topic of global terrorism. The lectures are o -- Nature and Matrices of Terrorism: problems of definition -- Structure and Operating: analyses of terrorist tactics, political objectives and motivations -- Protagonists and Geopolitical Areas: A historical-geographical approach (Europe, Middle-East, North Africa, the Americas) -- Supporters and Criteria of Monitoring: dilemmas of democratic and international response -- The Use of Force and Future Threats in Terrorism Worldwide: anti-terrorism and counter-terrorism, police and intelligence m
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Unformatted text preview: e Sheet1 Page 2 essential elements and typologies profiles of terrorists structure and practice of terrorist organizations terrorism and diplomacy the problem of state sponsorship and support UN, NATO and Terrorism rethinking security after Sep. 11th Sheet1 Page 3 terrorist armoury and equipment problems of international co-operation, including the use of diplomacy, international law and organisation the war on terror and possibly future threats. Sheet1 Page 4 types of terrorist acts targets and victims of terrorism...
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