Master thesis terrorism

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This thesis proposes two primary concepts: (1) that the effective degradation of terrorist organizations by the U.S. and allied nations has contributed to the proliferation of lone wolf terrorism, and (2) that the greatest vulnerability to lone wolf terrorism is critical infrastructure, with the aviation sector being the most desirable target. MASTER OF MILITARY ART AND SCIENCE THESIS APPROVAL PAGE Name of Candidate: Lt Col Angus S. J. Fay Thesis Title: Combating Terrorism: A Conceptual Framework for Targeting at the Operational Level Approved by: Thesis Committee Chair Bruce W. Menning, Ph.D., Member LtCol Rick J. Messer, B.S., Member LCol Colin G. Magee, BMSc. MA International Security and Terrorism provides you with a framework for detailed investigation of security and terrorism on a global scale, enhancing your career opportunities in this complex field.

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Todd Bensman, "The Ultra-Marathoners of Human Smuggling, Defending Forward Against the Dark Networks that can transport terrorists to U.S. land borders" (master’s thesis, cohort /, Naval Postgraduate School, ). This thesis also indicates the limitations of lone wolf terrorism research and the further steps required in order for authorities to effectively identify and disrupt lone wolf terrorists prior to terrorist acts. This thesis uses quantitative and qualitative research methods to (1) explore the global trends and trajectories of terrorism, (2) identify emerging strategic challenges, and (3) outline an opportunity analysis for U.S. counterterrorism strategy. Collectively, this project provides aAuthor: Landon W. Swearngin.

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Selected Dissertations and Theses on Terrorism, Counterterrorism and Political Violence, – (available in full Text) Selected by Eric Price. NB: some of the items listed below may have access requirements; please see your librarian. This thesis analyzes the concept of terrorism in the age of globalization. Terrorism, which has been motivated by ideological, religious and national reasons, has added to its concern issues like inequality, injustice, dissatisfaction and antiglobalist movements, due to development and technology in the world. This thesis proposes two primary concepts: (1) that the effective degradation of terrorist organizations by the U.S. and allied nations has contributed to the proliferation of lone wolf terrorism, and (2) that the greatest vulnerability to lone wolf terrorism is critical infrastructure, with the aviation sector being the most desirable target.

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Selected Dissertations and Theses on Terrorism, Counterterrorism and Political Violence, – (available in full Text) Selected by Eric Price. NB: some of the items listed below may have access requirements; please see your librarian. This thesis analyzes the concept of terrorism in the age of globalization. Terrorism, which has been motivated by ideological, religious and national reasons, has added to its concern issues like inequality, injustice, dissatisfaction and antiglobalist movements, due to development and technology in the world. This thesis uses quantitative and qualitative research methods to (1) explore the global trends and trajectories of terrorism, (2) identify emerging strategic challenges, and (3) outline an opportunity analysis for U.S. counterterrorism strategy. Collectively, this project provides aAuthor: Landon W. Swearngin.

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Todd Bensman, "The Ultra-Marathoners of Human Smuggling, Defending Forward Against the Dark Networks that can transport terrorists to U.S. land borders" (master’s thesis, cohort /, Naval Postgraduate School, ). MASTER OF MILITARY ART AND SCIENCE THESIS APPROVAL PAGE Name of Candidate: Lt Col Angus S. J. Fay Thesis Title: Combating Terrorism: A Conceptual Framework for Targeting at the Operational Level Approved by: Thesis Committee Chair Bruce W. Menning, Ph.D., Member LtCol Rick J. Messer, B.S., Member LCol Colin G. Magee, BMSc. This thesis proposes two primary concepts: (1) that the effective degradation of terrorist organizations by the U.S. and allied nations has contributed to the proliferation of lone wolf terrorism, and (2) that the greatest vulnerability to lone wolf terrorism is critical infrastructure, with the aviation sector being the most desirable target.