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Encyclopedia of Terrorism by
Call Number: Ebook
Publication Date: 2012-11-01
A valuable, up-to-date reference tool for understanding the latest developments in national and international terrorism--one of the most pressing security challenges facing the world today. * More than 500 entries on topics in modern-day terrorism * A chronology of major terrorist attacks since 1946 * A bibliography listing major literacy sources on terrorism * A list of acronyms related to major terrorist organizations
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