Scope: Sources for research on Terrorism. For related information see also the research guide on Biological Warfare.
Call number areas to browse:
- HV6431-6433 (Terrorism)
- JX121-1417 (International relations)
Subjects to search (Library of Congress):
Clicking on a subject heading will take you to a subject search in the Library catalog.
- Biological warfare
- Chemical warfare
- Government, Resistance to
- International relations
- Militia movements
- National security
- Nuclear terrorism
- Political crimes and offenses
- Political violence
- Security, International
- Subversive activities
- United States–Defenses
- Weapons of mass destruction
see also individual countries
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- 9-11 Commission (National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States) – Staff statements, a calendar of hearings, archived videos and transcripts from previous hearings, and more.
- America’s War Against Terrorism – Extensive collection of links from the University of Michigan.
- Center for Democracy & Technology Counter-terrorism pages.
- CIAO – Columbia International Affairs Online
- Cybrary – Criminal Justice site which includes extensive links on Terrorism.
- Electronic Frontier Foundation “Censorship & Privacy – Terrorism Hysteria & Militia” A list of about 35 articles & press releases pertaining to terrorism.
- Executive Order 11905 Text of President Gerald Ford’s
1976 Executive Order banning U.S. Government employees from committing political assassination.
- Findlaw – Legal news and commentary, documents, laws, cases and government sites on terrorism.
- FEMA – Federal Emergency Management Association.
- Final Report on the US Intelligence Community’s Pre-War Intelligence Assessments on Iraq (.pdf file, Requires Adobe Acrobat). The full report or just the conclusions are available. Information considered classified has been blacked out.
- Human Rights Library – from the University of Minnesota. Another long list of sites related to International Terrorism and Human Rights.
- International Relations – An extensive list of
sites put together by the University of British Columbia.
- Jihad and Terrorism Studies Project From the Middle East Media Research Institute, the project was established monitor militant-Islamic groups that educate and preach Jihad and martyrdom in mosques, school systems, and in the media. Also focuses on individuals and radical Islamist organizations, sermons and religious rulings (fatwas) and reactions to terrorist attacks both in the U.S. and abroad.
- National Security Institute’s Security Resource Net – Collection of links on Terrorism legislation, Resources, Precautions and Commentary.
- Post-September 11 Information Access – From OMB Watch, a listing of government web sites that have been removed or altered for security reasons.
- Stimson Center Terrorism Links – Information on how much the government is spending on anti-terrorism, how to protect oneself against chemical and biological terrorism, and nonproliferation efforts internationally.
- Stratfor.com – Stratfor uses human intelligence and other sources combined with powerful analysis based on geopolitics to produce penetrating explanations of world events. This independent, non-ideological content enables users not only to better understand international events, but also to reduce risks and identify opportunities in every region of the globe. Full access requires a paid subscription, but much of the site information is free to all users.
- Terrorism Law and Policy – Searchable site that includes links to statements, UN, international and federal treaties, statutes, proceedings, background material, and an extensive bibliography of internet and print scholarship.
- United States Institute of Peace Library
- U.S. Patriot Act – Full text of HR 3162. (.pdf file, Requires Adobe Acrobat)