TraCCC Publications on Terrorism

Publications on Terrorism and Security by TraCCC Staff and Visiting Scholars

This list is sorted alphabetically by Author.

 

Abdullaev, Nabi. Chechen Rebels Have the Upper Hand in Russia (ISN Security Watch, Fall 2004).

Abdullaev, Nabi. Dagestani Wahhabis Surrender to Russia (ISN Security Watch, Fall 2004).

Abdullaev, Nabi. Tough Lessons for Putin in Hostage Showdown (ISN Security Watch, Fall 2004).

Abdullaev, Nabi. Women to the Forefront in Chechen Terrorism (ISN Security Watch, Fall 2004).

Abdullaev, Nabi; Saradzhyan, Simon. Disrupting Escalation of Terror in Russia to Prevent Catastrophic Attacks (Connections, Spring 2005, pp. 111-129).

Abdullaev, Nabi and Saradzhyan, Simon. Trade-offs Between Security and Civil Liberties in Russia’s War on Terror: Four Regional Case Studies.

Corpora, Christopher. “The Stone and Quarry: Intelligence Studies in a Dynamic Global Environment,” American Intelligence Journal , Vol. 25 No.2, Winter 2007/2008: 12-23.

Corpora, Christopher. “Times, They Have Changed: Terrorism and the Asymmetric Threat Complex,” in National Anti-Terrorist Strategies: Legal, Institutional, and Public Policy Dimensions, Robert Orttung, ed., Brussels: NATO Advanced Research Press, 2007.

Kislinskaya, L.Y. Russian Press Round-Up: Organized Crime, Terrorism and Corruption for the
First Half of 2003 (Criminology Almanac, 2003).

Kukhianidze, Alexander. Organized Crime and Smuggling through Abkhazia and South Ossetia (presented at the Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, Helsinki, 2004).

Luneev, Viktor. High Impact Terrorism (Proceedings of a Russian-AmericanWorkshop, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 2004).

Orttung, Robert. Putin’s Methods Counterproductive in Russian Fight on Corruption and Terrorism (Presentation at briefing sponsored by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, December 19, 2004).

Orttung, Robert; Dininio, Phyllis. Explaining Patterns of Corruption in the Russian Regions (William Davidson Institute Working Paper No. 727, November 2004).

Picarelli, John T.; Shelley, Louise. The Diversity of the Crime-Terror InteractionInternational Annals of Criminology Vol 43-1/2 (International Society of Criminology, 2005, pp. 51-81).

Picarelli, John T.; Shelley, Louise. Methods not Motives: Implications of the Convergence of International Organized Crime and Terrorism (Police Practice and Research: An International Journal, Vol. 3, No. 4, 2002), 305-318.

Picarelli, John T.; Shelley, Louise, et. al. Methods and Motives: Exploring Links between Transnational Organized Crime and International Terrorism (National Institute of Justice Report, July 2005).

Saradzhyan, Simon; Abdullaev, Nabi. Disrupting Escalation of Terror in Russia to Prevent Catastrophic Attacks (Connections, Spring 2005, pp. 111-129).

Shelley, Louise. Addressing the Links of Crime and Terrorism (in Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Global Terrorism and International Cooperation,Ankara, Turkey, 10-11 March 2008. pp. 161-177).

Shelley, Louise. El financiamiento del Terrorismo (Revista de Opinion Juridica, April 2005).

Shelley, Louise. Growing Together: Ideological and Operational Linkages Between Terrorist and Criminal Networks, part of the U.S. Fund for Peace’s Expert Series on “Threat Conversion: New Pathways to Proliferation?” 2006.

Shelley, Louise. Human Trafficking: Transnational Crime and Links with Terrorism (testimony given before the U.S. House Committee on International Relations,Subcommittee on International Terrorism, Nonproliferation and Human Rights, June 2003).

Shelley, Louise. “International Crime, Corruption and Terrorism: Definitions and Tasks”, in The Current State of International Organized Crime — The World and Japan, ed. Kan Ueda, Nihon-Hyoron-sya, 2007. pp. 11-34.

Shelley, Louise. The Nexus of Organized International Criminals and Terrorism (International Annals of Criminology, Vol. 20 1/2, 2002, pp. 85-92).

Shelley, Louise. Organized Crime and Corruption Security Threats (in What Security for Which Europe?, NY: Peter Lang Publishing, Inc., 1999).

Shelley, Louise. Putin’s Methods Counterproductive in Russian Fight on Corruption and Terrorism (Presentation at briefing sponsored by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty, Dec 19, 2004).

Shelley, Louise. Review of Peter Grabosky and Michael Stohl, Crime and TerrorismAsian Journal of Criminology, Online First™, 9 August 2012

Shelley, Louise. Soviet Courts as Vehicles for Political Maneuver (Soviet Union 13 , Part 2, 1986), 163-186.

Shelley, Louise. Terrorism, Transnational Crime, and the International Banking System (American, Fall 2001).

Shelley, Louise. Terrorist Financing (Annals of International Criminology , vol. 12, no1/2, 2004).

Shelley, Louise. The Threat from International Organized Crime and Global Terrorism (testimony given before the Committee on International Relations,House of Representatives, 105th Congress, First Session, October 1, 1997).

Shelley, Louise. Trafficking in Nuclear Materials: Criminals and Terrorists (Global Crime, vol.7, Issues 3&4, August 2006, pp.544-560).

Shelley, Louise. The Unholy Trinity: Transnational Crime, Corruption, and Terrorism, The Brown Journal of World Affairs, Vol XI, Issue II Winter/Spring 2005, pp. 101-111.

Shelley, Louise. The Unholy Trinity: Transnational Crime, Corruption, and Terrorism, in Invisible Threats: Financial and Information Technology Crimes and National Security, Umberto Gori and Ivo Paparela (eds.), Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2006. pp 100-107.

Shelley, Louise. What Security for what Caucasus? (keynote address to IREX conference on “Policy and Practice: CelebratingTen Years of Contemporary Issues Fellowship Program”, September 25 2004).

Shelley, Louise and Orttung, Robert. The Links between Organized Crime and Terrorism in Eurasian Nuclear Smuggling (presented at the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Kennan Institute on December 12, 2006, and archived as Meeting Report #7718).

Shelley, Louise; Picarelli, John T. The Diversity of the Crime-Terror InteractionInternational Annals of Criminology, Vol 43-1/2 (International Society for Criminology, 2005, pp. 51-81.

Shelley, Louise; Picarelli, John T. Methods not Motives: Implications of the Convergence of International Organized Crime and Terrorism (Police Practice and Research, 3:4, 2002).

Shelley, Louise; Picarelli, John T. “Organized Crime and Terrorism” in Terrorism Financing and State Responses: A Comparative Perspective, eds. Jeanne Giraldo and Harold Trinkunas (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2007). 39-55.

Shelley, Louise; Picarelli, John T.; et. al. Methods and Motives: Exploring Links between Transnational Organized Crime and International Terrorism (National Institute of Justice Report, July 2005).