Making Sense of Suicide Missions

Making Sense of Suicide Missions

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Suicide attacks have become the defining act of political violence. Based on a research, and contributions from internationally distinguished scholars, this work aims to further our understanding of this feature of the contemporary world.

Oxford University Press
Suicide attacks have become the defining act of political violence of our age. From New York City to Baghdad, from Sri Lanka to Israel, few can doubt that they are a pervasive and terrifying feature of our political landscape. Based on a wealth of original information and research, and containing contributions from internationally distinguished scholars, Making Sense of Suicide Missions furthers our understanding of this chilling feature of the contemporary world in radically new and unexpected ways.


Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2006
ISBN: 9780199297979
0199297975
Characteristics: x, 414 p. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Gambetta, Diego 1952-

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