Fighting terrorism without terrorizing : A discussion of non-military options for confronting international terrorism
This paper discusses non-military options for confronting international terrorism. It investigates the non-military discourse contained in United Nations and United States policy documents. It then compares the principles in the discourse to the reality of the counter-terrorism policies of the last five years. Finally it looks at what alternative options are being presented in the academic and think-tank literature, to current counterterrorism practices.
war on terror , terrorism , United Nations , United States , non-military options