Counterterrorism and the State

Dorle Hellmuth measures and compares how different parliamentary and presidential government structures affect counterterrorism decision-making and domestic counterterrorism responses in the United States, Germany, Great Britain, and France after 9/11.

Counterterrorism and the State
Western Responses to 9/11

Dorle Hellmuth

2015 | 392 pages | Cloth $69.95
Political Science | Public Policy
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Table of Contents

List of Abbreviations
Introduction
Chapter 1. The Conceptual Debate: Setting the Stage for Structural Analysis
Chapter 2. Case Study I: The United States
Chapter 3. Case Study II: Germany
Chapter 4.Case Study III: Great Britain
Chapter 5. Case Study IV: France
Chapter 6. Comparative Analysis of Structural Effects on Counterterrorism Decision-Making
Summary of Findings and Conclusion

Notes
Index
Acknowledgments