How will criminal justice react to terrorism? In Volume 9, we ask some hard questions about how terrorism is organized, supported, and financed, and what this will mean for the security of nations and international systems. Topics include the Inteism, rnational Criminal Court, suicidal terrorism, counter-terrorthe use of the Internet by terrorist organizations, and a profile of an American terrorist, Timothy McVeigh. This volume is essential to understanding the political climate of the new millenium.
Moshe Addad, David Altheide, Anne Bayefsky, Anat Berko,
Gray Cavender, Lior Cohen-Raz, Randall Hanson,
Paul Knepper, Aaron Kupchik, Melinda Negron,
William Parkin IV, Sheldon Richmond, Shlomo G. Shoham, Adam Silverman, Paul Wilson, and Yuval Wolf
Endorsed by the Israeli Society of Criminology