This research guide to terrorism research on the Web offers students (and their teachers) tips for making the most of the Internet to find good research, and questions to ask when evaluating research materials.
Global terrorism in presidential election years give nominees the opportunity to show off their leadership skills. See how presidential nominees from the Reagan Carter election of 1980 through the present have dealt with global terrorism.
While there is no one definition of terrorism, international bodies such as the League of Nations and the United Nations, as well as domestic organizations such as the FBI have offered definitions of terrorism since the late 1930s. Here, find text and links to definitions of terrorism and terrorist acts.
The current war in Afghanistan has deep roots in regional and international history. Who are the mujahideen? Who are the Taliban? How did Osama bin Laden end up in Afghanistan? And how is the war progressing? Find out, here.
Does the threat of terrorism justify torture? See what international conventions since 1948 have to say about whether the threat of terrorism justifies torture as an interrogation tactic.