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Stalinist Terror

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Author John Archibald Getty
Isbn 9780521446709
File size 1087 kb
Year 1993-06-25
Pages 294
Language English
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These essays by scholars from six nations offers contributions to the understanding of Stalinist terror in the 1930s. The essays explore in depth the background of the terror and patterns of persecution, while providing more empirically founded estimates of the numbers of Stalin's victims.

With a foreword by Geoffrey Robertson, QC.The issues of terror and terrorism confront us every day- every time we board a flight, pick up a newspaper or wa ...

Author Brett Bowden,Michael T. Davis
Isbn 9780702235993
Genre Political Science
Year 2008
Pages 379
Language English
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Engaging Terror: A Critical and Interdisciplinary Approach is a collection of select extended papers drawn from The Human Condition Series (THCS) conferenc ...

Author Marianne Vardalos
Isbn 1599424533
Genre Political Science
Year 2009
Pages 415
Language English
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This volume of twelve essays focuses on two interrelated issues. First, it addresses the historical and cultural determinants that have given rise to what ...

Author Jean-Joseph Goux,Philip R. Wood
Isbn 9780804729703
Genre Philosophy
Year 1998
Pages 222
Language English
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A new field of medicine has emerged as a result of the global proliferation of terrorism. Terror medicine is related to emergency and disaster medicine but ...

Author Shmuel Shapira,Jeffrey Hammond,Leonard Cole
Isbn 0387094121
Genre Medical
Year 2008-12-05
Pages 452
Language English
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The book shows how September 11 provided an opportunity for the Bush administration to push through hard-right domestic and foreign policies, many of which ...

Author Douglas Kellner,Professor Douglas Kellner, PhD
Isbn 9780742526389
Genre Political Science
Year 2003
Pages 319
Language English
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'A brilliant, massive combination of history and supernatural horror' STEPHEN KING It was the most advanced scientific enterprise ever mounted and Sir John ...

Author Dan Simmons
Isbn 1407038990
Genre Fiction
Year 2010-04-30
Pages 944
Language English
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"Dan Simmons writes with the salty grace and precision of Patrick O'Brian. But in piling supernatural nightmare upon historical nightmare, layering mystery ...

Author Dan Simmons
Isbn 9780316003889
Genre Fiction
Year 2007-03-08
Pages 784
Language English
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Marianne Wade and Almir Maljevi? Although the worries about terrorism paled in comparison to the economic crisis as a topic during the last US election, on ...

Author Marianne Wade,Almir Maljevic
Isbn 0387892915
Genre Law
Year 2009-11-05
Pages 554
Language English
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The Reason of Terror pursues the need for philosophical responses attuned to the complexity of terrorism. Driven by the conviction that terrorism is a wort ...

Author Kem Crimmins,Herbert De Vriese
Isbn 9789042918238
Genre Philosophy
Year 2006
Pages 299
Language English
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Falk analyzes the genesis of Islamic terror from many standpoints, including religious, cultural, historical, political, social, economic and, above all, p ...

Author Avner Falk
Isbn 0313357641
Genre Political Science
Year 2008
Pages 267
Language English
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In Recreational Terror, Isabel Cristina Pinedo analyzes how the contemporary horror film produces recreational terror as a pleasurable encounter with viole ...

Author Isabel Cristina Pinedo
Isbn 9780791434413
Genre Performing Arts
Year 1997-01-01
Pages 177
Language English
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Developing ideas established in the successful first edition, this new version of America's War on Terror updates and expands the original collection of es ...

Author Tom Lansford,Robert P. Watson,Jack Covarrubias
Isbn 9780754677871
Genre Political Science
Year 2009
Pages 312
Language English
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This book addresses the ways that mental health practitioners can assist survivors of terrorism. Drawing upon the experience of leading practitioners and r ...

Author Danielle Knafo
Isbn 9780765703781
Genre Psychology
Year 2004
Pages 605
Language English
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Terror and the Postcolonial is a major comparative study of terrorism and its representations in postcolonial theory, literature, and culture. A ground-bre ...

Author Elleke Boehmer,Stephen Morton
Isbn 1444310097
Genre Literary Criticism
Year 2011-09-23
Pages 408
Language English
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A devastating expose of U.S. foreign policy which separates the myth of an "international terrorist conspiracy" from the reality. ...

Author Edward S. Herman
Isbn 9780896081345
Genre Political Science
Year 1982
Pages 252
Language English
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This book presents the position that the online environment is a significant and relevant theater of activity in the fight against terror. It identifies th ...

Author Martin Charles Golumbic
Isbn 038773578X
Genre Political Science
Year 2007-11-24
Pages 178
Language English
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The lessons drawn suggest that the Holocaust and modern genocide are not intrinsically related to modernity. Terror regimes, she argues, operate not throug ...

Author Rosemary H. T. O'Kane
Isbn 9781782542278
Genre Political Science
Year 1996-01-01
Pages 214
Language English
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Jimmy Gurulé knows how to bankrupt terrorists like few others do. As Undersecretary of the Treasury for Enforcement, he spearheaded the fight against al-Q ...

Author Jimmy Gurulé
Isbn 1848446063
Genre Political Science
Year 2010-01-01
Pages 425
Language English
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"Argues that defeating the global terrorist threat requires engaging international financial, diplomatic, intelligence, and defense communities and law enf ...

Author David Cortright,George A. Lopez
Isbn 0262532956
Genre Political Science
Year 2007
Pages 334
Language English
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As in Harold Jaffe's two previous "docufiction" collections, False Positive and 15 Serial Killers, the author of Terror-Dot-Gov selects then "treats" his t ...

Author Harold Jaffe
Isbn 9781933293097
Genre Fiction
Year 2005
Pages 154
Language English
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On 15 of October, 2007, three hundred police officers dressed in full riot gear, including balaclavas and sunglasses, raided the township of Ruatoki which ...

Author Danny Keenan
Isbn 1869693299
Genre History
Year 2008
Pages 280
Language English
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Garvey has published three chapbooks - Whoever (2001), The Devil and the Deep Blue Sea (2003) and Play Dead (2006) - and two full collections - Herself in ...

Author Alan Garvey
Isbn 1907276017
Genre Poetry
Year 2009
Pages 68
Language English
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Drawing on sources only available since glasnost, this study reexamines a horrific period in Soviet history and sheds new light on the Moscow trials and th ...

Author Robert Conquest
Isbn 9780195071320
Genre Science
Year 1990
Pages 570
Language English
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Today's global politics demands a new look at the concept of territory. From so-called deterritorialized terrorist organizations such as al-Qaeda to U.S.-l ...

Author Stuart Elden
Isbn 0816654832
Genre Political Science
Year 2009
Pages 257
Language English
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The terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, did symbolic as well as literal damage. A trace of this cultural shock echoes in the American idiom “9/11” ...

Author Marc Redfield
Isbn 0823231259
Genre Literary Criticism
Year 2009-08-25
Pages 148
Language English
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The war on terror is a lost cause. As the war heads towards its second decade, American security policy is in disarray – the Iraq War is a disaster, Afgh ...

Author Paul Rogers
Isbn 0745641962
Genre Political Science
Year 2008
Pages 177
Language English
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Considers several novels about terrorists and what they say about the role of the writer in modern society and politics. Scanlan examines the figure of the ...

Author Margaret Scanlan
Isbn 9780813920351
Genre Literary Criticism
Year 2001
Pages 199
Language English
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Discusses the events leading up to the terrost attacks of September 11, describing foreign relations with the Middle East, the global response after the at ...

Author Valerie Bodden
Isbn 9781583415498
Genre Juvenile Nonfiction
Year 2007-07
Pages 48
Language English
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Offering an incisive social analysis of the global wave of terrorist activity, a forensic psychiatrist and former foreign service officer looks at the hist ...

Author Marc Sageman
Isbn 9780812238082
Genre Political Science
Year 2004
Pages 220
Language English
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This book asks whether human rights, since the 9/11 attacks and the 'war on terror,' are a luxury we can no longer afford, or rights that must always remai ...

Author Richard Ashby Wilson
Isbn 9781139446822
Genre Political Science
Year 2005-10-03
Pages N.A
Language English
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