The Center for Terrorism and Security Studies publishes articles in peer reviewed journals, reports, and books, as well as blog posts and additional papers. In addition to their research, CTSS researchers, experts in the fields of terrorism and security studies are quoted in news articles as well as interviewed for television and radio networks such as CNN, BBC, and MSNBC on topics relevant to security studies.
Recent books and research publications by CTSS faculty members:
- Shortland, N. D., Sari, H., Palasinski, M., Nader, E., & Hilland, C. (2018). Murder on Maneuver: Exploring green-on-blue attacks in Afghanistan. Armed Forces and Society.
- Al-Qaeda - a special issue of "Perspectives on Terrorism"
- Ignoring Domestic, Homegrown Terrorism is a Choice that Benefits Few, by James Forest
- Talking Terror Podcast featuring James Forest, Ph.D.
- Linebarger, C., Enterline, A. J., Liebel, S. (2017) "Shaken or Stirred?: Terrorism and Third Party State Resolve During Civil War Interventions," Conflict Management and Peace Science.
- Shortland, N. D., Nader, E., Imperillo, N., Dmello, J., Ross, K. (2017). The Interaction of Extremist Propaganda and Anger as predictors of Aggression.Journal of Interpersonal Violence.
- Linebarger, C., Enterline, A. J., Liebel, S. R. (2017). "Third-Party State Domestic Politics and Conflict Management During Interventions into Civil Conflicts.," Social Science Quarterly.
- Arie Perliger (2016) The Role of Civil Wars and Elections in Inducing Political Assassinations. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 40:8, 684-700.
- Arie Perliger and Daniel Milton. 2016. From Cradle to Grave: The Lifecycle of Foreign Fighters in Iraq and Syria. WESTPOINT, NY: Combating Terrorism Center.
- Essentials of Counterterrorism (Praeger Publishers)
- The Terrorism Lectures (Nortia Press, 2nd edition 2015)
For all publications by CTSS faculty members please visit our Faculty & Staff page.