Studies in Conflict & Terrorism
Stud Conflict Terrorism
ISSN (printed): 1057-610X. ISSN (electronic): 1521-0731.
Events throughout the 1990s have repeatedly demonstrated the perilous conditions of international security in the post-Cold War era. Moribund peace processes, ethnic and religious strife, domestic and international terrorism, disputes over natural resources, and transnational organized crime are but a few of the many challenges confronting the world as we approach the new millenium. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism aims to cast new light not only on traditional sources of national and sub-national conflict but also on the range of new and emerging security issues. The journal seeks to publish the best theoretical and empirical studies that contribute to a better understanding of the causes of these conflicts, their escalation, and the measures required to achieve their resolution. In a world of diverse and changing threats, enigmatic adversaries, and continued uncertainty, the goal is to provide fresh insight, thoughtful analysis, and authoritative prescriptions to the most pressing concerns that will affect global security in the 21st century. Our new Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Bruce Hoffman, is presently Director of the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, Reader in International Relations, and Chairman of the Department of International Relations at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. He was formerly both a member of the senior research staff in the RAND Corporation's International Policy Department and Director of the Strategy and Doctrine Program in RAND's Army Research Division. Readership: Political scientists, social scientists, psychologists, political analysts, members of the military, and academic researchers as well as members of the interested public.
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