Morgan, Matthew J.

The Impact of 9/11 on Politics and War

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Matthew J. Morgan

2. The Long-Term Political and Economic Consequences of 9/11
John Mueller

Part I. The Impact on Organizations and Institutions

3. Challenges to Diplomacy and the U.S. State Department
Marc Grossman

4. Reorganizing the U.S. Intelligence Community
Paul S. Oh

5. Building and Maintaining a Post-9/11 All-Volunteer Military Force
Karin K. Angelis, David R. Segal

6. FEMA in Shambles: 9/11 and the Nation’s Capacity to Deal with Catastrophic Disasters
William L. Waugh

7. Urban Planning in New York City after 9/11
Peter Marcuse

8. What Has al Qaeda Been Doing Lately? The Tribal Areas of Pakistan and Beyond
Rohan Gunaratna, Anders Nielson

9. Al Qaeda and the Global Salafi Jihad
Jerrold M. Post

Part II. The Impact on War, Peace, and Security

10. Countering Terrorism: Beyond Deterrence
Bruno S. Frey, Simon Luechinger

11. Worse than Terror? Nuclear Misdirection after 9/11
Stephen J. Cimbala

12. The 9/11 Attacks and U.S. Grand Strategy: The Peril or Prudence of the Bush Doctrine
Robert G. Kaufman

13. Grand Strategy Transformed: 9/11 and the Birth of Crusading Realism
Lamont Colucci

14. Three Blocks, Two Towers, One Trend: Civil-Military Cooperation Before and After 9/11
Christopher Ankersen, David J. Betz

15. More Catalyst than Cause
F. Lincoln Grahlfs

16. Imprisoning Politics: The Logic of Security and the Undermining of Democracy
Saul Newman

Part III. Regional Impacts

17. America and Europe after 9/11: The Great Divide
Sarwar A. Kashmeri

18. The Impact of 9/11 on U.S. Relations in Asia
Takuya Murata

19. The New Strategic Importance of Africa
J. Peter Pham

Part IV. The Future after 9/11

20. World Futures: The West, Islam, and Terrorism Futures after 9/11
Sohail Inayatullah

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, International Relations, Military and Defence Studies, Terrorism and Political Violence

Publication year
The Day that Changed Everything?
Page amount
281 pages
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