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Terrorism : threat, reality, response / Robert H. Kupperman, Darrell M. Trent ; foreword by Walter Laqueur.

; Trent, Darrell Melvin, 1938- author
Stanford, Calif. : Hoover Institution Press, Stanford University, [1979] .
ISBN 081797041X, 9780817970413

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Other Authors Trent, Darrell Melvin, 1938-
Subjects Overheidsbeleid.
TERRORISM.
Terrorism.
Terrorisme.
Series Hoover Institution publication ; 204.
Description xxiii, 450 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1979]
©1979
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 417-427) and index.
Summary Selected readings: Bowman H. Miller and Charles A Russell-The evolution of revolutionary warfare: from Mao to Marighella and Meinhof ; Maynard H. Stephens-The oil and natural gas industries: A potential target of terrorists; Robert H. Kupperman, Richard H. Wilcox, and Harvey A. Smith-Crisis management: some opportunities; James P. Bennett and Thomas L. Saaty-Terrorism: Patterns for negotiation: a case study using hierarchies and holarcharies; Yonah Alexander-Terrorism, the media, and the police; Martin E. Silverstein-The medical survival of victims of terrorism; Francis A. Bolz Jr.-Hostage confrontation and rescue.
Contents Past is prologue. Terrorist arsenal: the physical potential for nationally disruptive terrorism. Security and countermeasure technology: an assessment. Fundamental policy choices and incident management. International considerations. Restrucuring Federal Emergency Preparedness. Selected readings Introduction to selected readings. Evolution of revolutionary warfare: From Mao to Marighella and Meinhof / Bowman H. Miller -- Oil and natural gas industries: a potential target of terrorists / Maynard M. Stephens -- Crisis management: some opportunities / Robert H. Kupperman, Richard H. Wilcox, and Harvey A. Smith -- Terrorism: patterns for negotiation; a case study using hierarchies and holarchies / James P. Bennett and Thomas L. Saaty -- Heuristic modeling using rule-based computer systems / D.A. Waterman and Brian M. Jenkins -- Terrorism, the media, and the police / Yonah Alexander -- Medical survival of victims of terrorism / Martin E. Silverstein -- Hostage Confrontation and rescue / Francis A. Bolz, Jr.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5183107
(OCoLC)ocm05183107
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WorldCat Identities Kupperman, Robert H., 1935-2006.
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