Vol. 39 Nbr. 3, September 2007
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- Religious extremism and international legal norms: perfidy, preemption, and irrationality.
- Psychological, theological, and thanatological aspects of suicidal terrorism.
- Terror in the name of Islam - unholy war, not jihad.
- Cyber embargo: countering the Internet Jihad.
- Data protection conflicts between the United States and the European Union in the war on terror: lessons learned from the existing system of financial information exchange.
- Re-thinking humanitarian aid in the post-Gulf War era: the International Committee of the Red Cross takes the lead.
- The tribe, the empire, and the nation: enforceability of pre-revolutionary treaties with Native American tribes.