This series is intended to promote a deeper understanding of the root causes of and potential solutions to the global issues related to terrorism. The series welcomes publications of scholars
who specialize in social and political philosophy, ethics, religious studies, political theory and political science. Those scholars with other disciplinary expertise are welcome to submit proposals as well. Contributions to the series may deal with particular, narrow-range problems and/or synthetic, interdisciplinary issues related to the issue of terrorism. Likewise, the publications may refer to both systematic problems and more practical considerations. Especially welcome are scholarly works that deal with the subject of terrorism in new and innovative ways. This series welcomes both
individually authored and collaboratively authored books and monographs as well as conference proceedings and edited collections of essays.
The Business of CounterterrorismPublic-Private Partnerships in Homeland SecurityVolume 4©2014 Textbook 366 Pages
The Root of All Evil?Religious Perspectives on TerrorismVolume 3©2013 Monographs 164 Pages
Cosmopolitanism and the Arab SpringFoundations for the Decline of TerrorismVolume 2©2013 Monographs 186 Pages