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Www.cengage.com/cj/white Jonathan R. White Rosemary Arway Hodges University Chapter 8: Nationalistic and Endemic Terrorism.

to those of international jihadists, but the majority of militants are not jihadists. Post World War II Anti-Colonial Terrorism: India  Sikh Separatism in India oThe Sikhs, whose religion embodies elements of Hinduism and Islam, sought an independent state in Punjab following the partition of India and Pakistan in 1947. oFollowing an Indian government attack on the Golden Temple, (1984) a sacred site to Sikhs, small groups/


Commodore RS Vasan IN (Retd) Head, Strategy and Security Studies Center for Asia Studies, Chennai Increasing presence of China in the Indian Ocean Strategy.

augmentation, modernisation and greater power play inevitable in the region Conflict for supremacy in IOR and cooperation (anti piracy/counter terrorism) where convenient would continue Conflict for supremacy in IOR and cooperation (anti piracy/counter terrorism) where convenient would continue India would continue to enjoy the geo strategic advantage in the short term India would continue to enjoy the geo strategic advantage in the short term Cooperative initiatives, collaborative/


ALAN KRUEGER AND DAVID LAITIN PRESENTER: KYLE MARQUARDT 14.04.08 Кто Кого? A Cross-Country Study of the Origins and Targets of Terrorism.

richer.  “A great amount of concentration and a low level of diffusion to other countries of these technologies of warfare.” (pg. 12) KTO KOGO  In 44% terrorism, same origin, locale and target (would be 0, but India and Palestine); in less than half, same citizenship of perpetrator and target  Suicide attacks = very local  90% same perpetrators, targets and locale  90%, same target and perpetrator/


International Institute For Security and Cooperation Rodolfo Peikov Member of the Advisory Board IISC ECONOMIC TERRORISM (The impact of terrorism on global.

Education and Training (IMET) $80 million budget request represents a 27.5% increase over 2001. Top recipients include major allies in the war on terrorism: India Pakistan Uzbekistan Georgia Philippines, Jordan, Oman, and Yemen Source: World Policy Institute. October 4, 2002 ECONOMIC TERRORISM Time is passing. Yet, for the United States of America, there will be no forgetting September the 11th. We will remember/


Ireland, India, and the Middle East. Ireland Part of United Kingdom Irish in Parliament –Republicans (Irish nationalists) –Gain balance of power between.

counties (Ulster) remain part of the United Kingdom “The Troubles” –Intimidation of Catholic minority in Northern Ireland –Terrorism in Northern Ireland and England Ireland Was it “right” for Ireland to rebel during WWI? India During WWI –No rebellion against England (supported with troops, etc.) After WWI –Active disobedience (non-violent) India “Nonviolence is the law of our species as violence is the law of the/


It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World: The Past, Present and Future of P/C Insurance in the US and Texas Insurance Council of Texas Mid-Year Symposium Austin,

Extraterrestrial events (Meteorite impact) 880 Loss events Earthquake China, 20 April Severe storms, tornadoes USA, 18–22 May Floods India, 14–30 June Hailstorms Germany, 27–28 July Winter Storm Christian (St. Jude) Europe, 27–30 October Typhoon Haiyan/ 2013) ($ Billions) 189 Terrorism Insurance Take-up Rates, By Year, 2003-2013 Source: Marsh Global Analytics, 2014 Terrorism Risk Insurance Report, April 2014 and earlier editions. In 2003, the first year TRIA was in effect, the terrorism take-up rate was 27 /


MODERN ERA: 1750 - 1914 CHANGES IN THE NATURE AND FUNCTIONS OF STATE STRUCTURES.

, 1793 Radical Jacobins dominated Convention in 1793-94 in "reign of terror" Radical Jacobins dominated Convention in 1793-94 in "reign of terror" Revolutionary changes: in religion, dress, calendar, womens rights Revolutionary changes: in religion, dress, calendar, womens /imperialism Many defined their sense of nation as response to imperialism India India Two types of state-structures in India Two types of state-structures in India Princely States: States ruled by Indian princes, assisted by British /


MODERN ERA: 1750 - 1900 CHANGES IN THE NATURE AND FUNCTIONS OF STATE STRUCTURES.

, 1793 Radical Jacobins dominated Convention in 1793-94 in "reign of terror" Radical Jacobins dominated Convention in 1793-94 in "reign of terror" Revolutionary changes: in religion, dress, calendar, womens rights Revolutionary changes: in religion, dress, calendar, womens /imperialism Many defined their sense of nation as response to imperialism India India Two types of state-structures in India Two types of state-structures in India Princely States: States ruled by Indian princes, assisted by British /


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of their Muslim rulers? How about the deaths of untold numbers of Muslims by the Russians in Chechnya? What about the persistent attacks on Hindus in India by Muslims a ghastly firebomb attack on a train full of people (the terrorists locked the / is too inconvenient to mention. Unfortunately the U.N. goes beyond giving rhetorical support for terrorism. In a variety of ways, its agencies have been complicit in Middle Eastern terror. The U.N.s Refugees By Michael Rubin, The Wall Street Journal, April 18, /


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to look for clues that people might commit future crimes. "Its breathtaking" in its scope, said a former senior administration official familiar with the White House debate. U.S. Terrorism Agency to Tap a Vast Database of Citizens December 12, 2012, The Wall/identification proof mandatory for its services, and others are soon to follow.The Times of India reports. 9/13/2010 India Launches Universal ID System with Biometrics India has launched an ambitious program to fit each of its 1.2 billion residents with/


.. V V Rao. INDIA referred as BHARAT MAA it is blessed country in a Global Village (Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam), protected by SEA and HIMALAYAS BHARATIYATHA.

the SACRIFICE of our FREEDOM FIGHTERS and fulfill their dreams, bring back the Glory of MOTHER INDIA and give better LIFE to the Future Generation CHANGE INDIA Sincere Personal Growth Safeguard our Culture and Tradition Developing Social Responsibility in the Younger Generation Stop Corruption and fight against Terrorism Give dedicated non-corruptive Leaders to the august houses 3P Change > Politician, Public Administrator and Public/


The Nature of Counter Terror Efforts Against: The Liberation Tamil Tigers of Eelam.

Against: The Liberation Tamil Tigers of Eelam The Nature The nature of counter terrorism efforts against the LTTE is made clear though a series interventions, from both domestic and international institutions. The Sri Lankan military first mounted Operation Liberation (OL) India stepped in initially aided rebels they maneuvered the Sri Lankan government into the Indo-Sri Lankan Accord (ISLA) Indian Peace Keeping Force/


F.A.I.R. International Insurance Conference 2010 F.A.I.R. International Insurance Conference on Political Violence Terrorism : Private Market Solutions.

cover) F.A.I.R. International Insurance Conference 2010 14 Special Terrorism Insurance Programs Worldwide – ASIA / PACIFIC (5/5) AUSTRALIA : ARPC – Australian Reinsurance Pool Corporation (2003) – terrorism exclusions in commercial policies are nullified once government (the Treasurer, following consultation with the Attorney General) has declared a terrorist act. INDIA : Indian Market Terrorism Risk Insurance Pool (Apr 2002) managed by the government-owned General Insurance Corporation/


ICT STRATEGY OF INDIA: A TECHNO-LEGAL PERSPECTIVE BY PRAVEEN DALAL MANAGING PARTNER PERRY4LAW LAW FIRM NEW DELHI, INDIA.

work. The following threats must be guarded against on a priority basis: The following threats must be guarded against on a priority basis: Cyber crimes in India, Cyber crimes in India, Cyber crimes in India Cyber crimes in India Cyber terrorism, Cyber terrorism, Cyber terrorism Cyber terrorism Secret information violations and data theft, Secret information violations and data theft, TECHNO-LEGAL MANDATES-II Hacking, Hacking, Demolition of e-governance base, Demolition of/


Bioterrorism and Biological Warfare

time of the attack by a heavy sweater, he was wearing. After the discovery found in Markovs death, scientists and some members of the British Anti- Terror squad learned of the Vladimir Kostov attempt and re-examined his wound. A ricin pellet with/by Russian doctors had been turned into weapons by the Soviet military. According to Alibek, one particularly virulent strain, India 67 or India 1, was chosen by the Russians to be weaponized. They perfected techniques for mass producing smallpox and maintained a /


Terrorism Mr. Craddock. What is Terrorism  US: premeditated, politically motivated violence perpetrated against noncombatant targets by subnational groups.

to protect the environment. Terrorist Groups  Basque Fatherland and Liberty (Spain)  Irish Republican Army (N. Ireland)  HAMAS (Palestine)  Hezbollah (Lebanon)  Palestinian Liberation Front (Palestine)  Sikh Terrorism (India) Khalistan Basque Palestinian State Al Qaeda  Established in 1989 by Osama bin Laden  Is a fundamentalist organization seeking to rid Muslim nations of Westernization and secularism and replace with Theocracies.  Operates out of individual cells instead/


0 UNCLASSIFIED Detention Operations Policy & the Global War on Terrorism Office of Detainee Affairs Presentation for the University of California - Berkeley.

the Under Secretary of Defense for Policy, Office of Detainee Affairs 703-697-4001 – bryan.delmonte@osd.mil UNCLASSIFIED 1 Terrorism, unfortunately, is not new…  History of the Thuggees & India –Using “terror”…  Thuggee’s in India lasted 300 years  Various sources credit them with killing over 2 million people in India.  Thuggees are much more akin to a psychotic group of criminals than what we know as/


THE WAR ON TERRORISM Sec. 32-4 Pages 945-951. September 11, 2001 Prime suspect, Osama bin Laden Muslim – someone who believed in and practices the religion.

Northern Alliance, will force out Taliban and create an interim government. Dec. 2001 terrorist from Kashmir, northern India, attacked India’s parliament. India’s leaders blamed Pakistan Trail of Terrorism India & Pakistan both had nuclear weapons – would not stop fighting. Palestinian terrorists began suicide bombing in public places in Israel. Israel’s army soon invaded Palestinian cities Pres. Bush announced creation of Palestine – asked Israel to stop/


India Pakistan Relations 1. Nature of Conflicts between India and Pakistan Border Disputes Annexation of States Blames of Human Rights Violation Disputes.

Indian Airline iii.Attack on the Indian Parliament iv.Massive propaganda campaign against Pakistan on terrorism v.One million mobilization vi.Policy of no dialogue with Pakistan Factors Contributing to the Changed Environment 29 In India and Pakistan, the current environment is marked by the following factors; Realization in India that it could not impose a decisive on war on Pakistan; Realization that there is/


20 th Century Terrorism. Terrorism Pre and Post 20 th century Pre 20 th centuryBothPost 20 th century Anarchists-Archduke Ferdinand killed Marxist Russia-

th Century Terrorism Terrorism Pre and Post 20 th century Pre 20 th centuryBothPost 20 th century Anarchists-Archduke Ferdinand killed Marxist Russia- workers overthrow capitalists Individuals were often targeted [powerful and wealthy] Liberate colonies- Ireland-India Small /’t world leaders do something? Nuremberg trials—crimes against humanity –Turning point in international justice Adolph Eichman captured in Argentina televised— “I was just following orders” Cambodia Pol Pot and Khmer Rouge The Killing/


IAFS 1000 Terrorism. Today’s Outline Ancient roots Definitions Key characteristics.

out by subnational groups—not by the army of a country.” Defining Terrorism: Govt of India Prevention of Terrorism Act, 2002 Violence with “intent to threaten the unity, integrity, security or sovereignty of India or to strike terror in the people or any section of the people” Defining Terrorism: Arab Convention for the Suppression of Terrorism, 1998 “Any act or threat of violence, whatever its motives or purposes/


Terrorism 101 1.Who did it? 2.Why did he/they do it? 3.What did he/they get out of it?

the terrorist’s point across. Used when military action is not a possibility because the terror group is much weaker than the country they are attacking. Definition of Terrorism: Acts of violence, often seen as retaliation, by extremists who have a cause they / did it? – Islamist terrorists from the Pakistani group Lashkar-e- Taiba Why did they do it? – India and Pakistan are longtime enemies, still dispute their border in Kashmir What did they get out of it? – 9 out of 10 men killed – Tenth man sentenced /


Policy/ Threats Poverty Disease Ecology State War Civil War Genocide Oth. Atroc. Proliferation Terrorism Trans. Crime Debt Economy Education Energy Diplomacy.

this forever. Any Questions? Policy/ Threats Poverty Disease Ecology State War Civil War Genocide Oth. Atroc. Proliferation Terrorism Trans. Crime Debt Economy Education Energy Diplomacy Family Immigration Justice Revenue Security Soc. Sec. Water Big Dogs Brazil China India Indonesia Iran Russia Venezuela Wild Cards In Grand Strategy terms, Al Qaeda shrinks to zip. Policy/ Threats Poverty Disease Ecology State War Civil War Genocide/


World History GHSGT Review.

in India (Gandhi) and China (Mao Zedong). Mohandas Gandhi Led non-violent protests to gain Independence for India. Preached peaceful resistance to unjust laws. India achieved independence in 1947. Influenced M.L. King Jr. Mao Zedong Leader of Communism in China-supported by Soviet Union In/Because of recent terrorist attacks the following have been affected: C. Analyze terrorism in the 20th century and analyze the impact of terrorism on daily life; include travel, world energy supplies, and financial markets/


World History GHSGT Review.

in India (Gandhi) and China (Mao Zedong). Mohandas Gandhi Led non-violent protests to gain Independence for India. Preached peaceful resistance to unjust laws. India achieved independence in 1947. Influenced M.L. King Jr. Mao Zedong Leader of Communism in China-supported by Soviet Union In/Because of recent terrorist attacks the following have been affected: C. Analyze terrorism in the 20th century and analyze the impact of terrorism on daily life; include travel, world energy supplies, and financial markets/


Maritime Security in Southeast Asia Joshua Ho Senior Fellow 22 August 2007 Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies.

of Maritime Navigation (SUA Convention) –Allows for someone that had conducted act of terrorism in one country to be prosecuted in another country 2005 Protocol to the SUA Convention –Provide a common Treaty Framework for /with Indonesia which has involved the boarding and inspection of shipping 35 Bilateral Countermeasures 36 Japanese Contribution: –JCG Exercises India, Malaysia, Philippine, Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei, Singapore –Maritime Law Enforcement Training Courses –Acceptance of overseas students to/


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Munna Bajrangi along with Mahender @ Sethy arrested. A symbol of terror in North India for the past two decades. An extremely desperate criminal known for high- profile contract-killing. Found involved in over 18 cases of murder, robbery etc. of U.P. /jewellery worth Rs. 4.65 lakhs recovered This gang was previously involved in forty cases of robbery/snatching Ravana Gang Narender Bhati @ Nandu @ Ravana who had unleashed terror in Dadri-Noida area and his accomplice Punit arrested. Attained notoriety by /


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- Initiatives Micro Technologies pioneers the first ever think tank in the security segment, in India, Micro Technologies has set up a non-profit security forum Micro Secure Think Tank (MSTT) in order to educate and spread awareness about new and improved technologies in the fight against terrorism. Micro Technologies has fore-fronted various movements called Elite Brigade in association with member companies which is a voluntary, non/


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by Committee and eventually tried and executed 69. How did the Directory rule France after the Reign of Terror? Thermidorians abolished Committee of Public Safety and set up the Directory Triumph of property owning men over sans-culottes/cannot afford to maintain colonies – devastation from WWII 205. What caused the British to withdraw from India? Sepoy Mutiny, 1857 – beginning of Congress Party in India Worked to gain independence from Britain for almost 100 years Supported WWI & WWII by sending troops/


Dismantling an International Fraud Ring in Brazil cliff jordan oct 2003 Communications Fraud Control Association (CFCA) Conference San Diego, California.

Ring Step 3 – Box automatically opens second line, dials destination (eg. India), and conferences the two calls Step 4 – When call to India completes, India disconnects call #1 0021-91-345-6667 DTMF Box Fraud Scenario with Arab International/ found in raid of his residence in Ciudade del Este, Paraguay in December 2001. Barakat fled to Brazil.  Arrested in Foz de Iguaçu, Brazil on charges of terrorism in June of 2002. Captured while exiting his electronics store. Sent to maximum security prison in Brasilia/


SEMINAR ON DISASTER MANAGEMENT 11 TH AUGUST 2010, NEW DELHI ROLE OF INSURERS & REINSURERS IN ACHIEVING THE OBJECTIVES OF NATIONAL POLICY ON DISASTER MANAGEMENT.

INSURED LOSSES 2 DEFINITION OF CASTASTROPHE / DISASTER DISASTERS – MAY BE ACTS OF GOD MAN MADE (TERRORISM) ACCIDENTS (CONFLAGRATION, OILS SPILLS, AIR CRASHES, ETC..) THIS PRESENTATION PROPOSES TO DEAL WITH ACTS OF GOD CAT EVENTS. 3 HISTORY OF EARTHQUAKES IN INDIA YEARREGIONYEARREGION 1897ASSAM1997JABALPUR 1905KANGRA1998BIHAR 1934BIHAR1999CHAMOLI 1950MEDOG2001GUJARAT 1967KOYNA2004TSUNAMI – OCEAN EARTHQUAKE 1975KUNOOR2005KASHMIR 1991UTTRAKASHI2009ANDAMANS 1993LATUR2010NICOBAR ALLAHABUND FAULT RUNNING THROUGH/


Monterey Institute Of International Studies NUCLEAR NON-PROLIFERATION TREATY: A REGIME IN NEED OF INTENSIVE CARE by Jean du Preez Director International.

issues: Tactical nuclear weaponsTactical nuclear weapons Disarmament educationDisarmament education Material security/terrorismMaterial security/terrorism Disagreements : reportingreporting Article 6 implementationArticle 6 implementation NPT : A REGIME IN NEED OF INTENSIVE CARE? Not universal – 3 states with nuclear weapons (India, Pakistan & Israel) remain outside Not universal – 3 states with nuclear weapons (India, Pakistan & Israel) remain outside Non-compliance – Iraq & DPRK (Art II), US & other NWS/


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the global social, economic, and political impact of the Cold War and decolonization from 1945 to 1989. – Analyze the revolutionary movements in India (Gandhi, Nehru), China (Mao Zedong), and Ghana. – Describe the formation of the state of Israel. – Explain the arms/ to resolve religious and ethnic differences. Analyze terrorism as a form of warfare in the 20 th century; include Shining Path, Red Brigade, Hamas, and Al Qaeda; and analyze the impact of terrorism on daily life; include travel, world energy/


Muslim World Chapter 11. The Arabian Peninsula Geography Farming limited in Arabia Commerce lively –Trade routes converged at Arabian Peninsula –Ideas.

in India In the 1100s, Muslim invaders entered northern India and organized a sultanate land ruled by a sultan. – Sultans introduced Muslim traditions of government to India. – Many Turks, Persians, and Arabs migrated to India to serve as soldiers or officials. – Trade between India /for the sake of God – A broad concept Myth 3: Terrorism is Islamic - a fundamentalist duty Terrorism : Defined as “ devastation on land ” “ killing people & destroying crops ” – Recognized as most heinous crime Punishment for/


Violence, War and Terrorism Chapter 14 Violence, War and Terrorism.

spread ► Weapons conventions and treaties  Nuclear states: U.S., Russia, UK, France, China, (So. Africa - dismantled)  Undeclared nuclear states: Israel, India, Pakistan, North Korea ► Terrorism  Attempt to achieve political goals ► Uses ear and intimidation to disrupt normal social order  Terrorist attacks in U.S. ► 1993 World Trade Center ► 1995 Oklahoma City Federal Building ► 2001 World Trade Center and Pentagon  Terrorist attacks outside U/


Prashant Yajnik Integrated Chemicals and Compliance Management Chemical Safety and Security in a Technologically Evolving World, OPCW, The Hague 2 - 5.

assessments are adequate. Draft safety rating system proposed in India  Hardly any incidents of terrorists actually targeting chemical facilities. Probability of access during transportation, storage remains high Comparatively easier to divert from the legitimate supply chain Nicer Globe Program – domestic transportation Monitoring export controls through regulatory mechanism – exports oriented  Many refrain from actually quantifying the terrorism risks associated with the facility. 6 Practicing/


WHII.14 YAY!!! We are FREE!. After World War II.... DRAMATIC political changes began to take place across the world, especially in Africa and Asia!

? Religious conflict! Rule in India Britain ruled India Almost two centuries (1700s- 1900s with East India Trading Company) Indian resistance began to intensify in 1939 Were forced to fight in WWII Involvement in WWII Sparked Nationalist movements Mohandas/ International Monetary Fund (IMF) Examples of Terrorism Examples of International Terrorism Munich Olympics Palestinean terrorists held Israeli athletes HOSTAGE at 1970s summer olympics (ALL were killed) Terrorist attacks in the United States (e.g., 9/11/


Searching for Bin Laden: The Use of Intelligence in the War on Terror Robert David Steele (Vivas) CEO, OSS.Net, Inc. World Affairs Council 14 June 2006.

this forever. Any Questions? Policy/ Threats Poverty Disease Ecology State War Civil War Genocide Oth. Atroc. Proliferation Terrorism Trans. Crime Debt Economy Education Energy Diplomacy Family Immigration Justice Revenue Security Soc. Sec. Water Big Dogs Brazil China India Indonesia Iran Russia Venezuela Wild Cards In Grand Strategy terms, Al Qaeda shrinks to zip. Policy/ Threats Poverty Disease Ecology State War Civil War Genocide/


Searing Images of Partition: Margaret Bourke-White Margaret Bourke-White was Time-Lifes photo-correspondent in India and Pakistan in 1946-7. She is regarded.

3D100%26ndsp%3D20%26hl%3Den%26s a%3DN&imgurl=e003e9b3300b2cf6 Mass Migration, India View at Purano Qila fortress refugee camp where thousands of Muslims who have fled their homes in terror of Hindu attacks are trying to survive until they can organize a /3D100%26ndsp%3D20%26hl%3Den%26s a%3DN&imgurl=a9b34a40deca4ce3 Mass Migration, India View at Purano Qila fortress refugee camp where thousands of Muslims who have fled their homes in terror of Hindu attacks are trying to survive until they can organize a /


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little attention till it came to light that this mode of fund transfer was being used to fund terrorist activities in India and many other parts of the world. This paper focuses on the origin and growth of Hawala, its modus /2004 HM Treasury. 6- Business integrity & Anti-corruption initiatives of the world bank Sep. 2004, US department of the treasury Anti terrorism. 7- Money laundry and banking system Farideh Tazhibi, 2005 8- Organized crime & the international strategist against it by: Shahal Moazami 9/


Fourth Generation Warfare, Terrorism & the Internet

, allowing the army to drive the rebels out of eastern Sri Lanka in 2007. The navy played a crucial role by attacking the Tigers’ supply ships, with help from India and the US. In the international arena Sri Lanka outmanoeuvred the Tamil Tigers by taking advantage of counter-terrorism legislation introduced after the attacks on the US on September 11, 2001. It lobbied hard/


Conflict in the Years Ahead

of active involvement Sees two major drawbacks to a (military) offensive in the “War on Terror”: Will be widely viewed as aggression Will involve “sources of order” directly in the midst of “sources of disorder,” breaking their isolation i.e.,/unleash competition variety, rapidity, initiative creativity Privatization has a long military history mercenary organizations, including criminal British East India Company (1600-1858) US PMCs today van Creveld’s gloomy tomorrow Nothing less will force the amount of /


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of Gandhi. He became the first president of independent India. Significance: Nehru was one of the first leaders to start an independence movement in India. He also helped to establish a democracy in India and worked to improve living standards. Kashmir: Turmoil mainly/ fought between 2 countries. Terrorism is often targeted on civilians to make more of an impact. An example of terrorism is the 9/11/2001 attacks on the United States. The response to that and to terrorism in general has been an international/


World History GHSGT Review. SSWH9: The student will analyze change and continuity in the Renaissance and Reformation.

doctors, and religious leaders ► Vasco da Gama  Began exploring the east African coast in 1497  He reached the port of Calicut, on the southwestern coast of India in 1498  They were amazed by the spices, rare silks, and precious gems that/supply ► Such as nuclear power plants are often a target of terrorism  Financial markets ► The World Trade Center attacks from 2001  Targets of terrorism SSWH21: The student will analyze globalization in the contemporary world. ► The world is connected through trade, /


Title goes here …. >25 “Forget China, India and the Internet: Economic Growth Is Driven by Women.” —Headline, Economist, April 15, Leader, page 14.

greatest wealth transfer ever) *Growing female employment rate #1 driver of growth (women>high tech, China, India) *More women in gov’t increase econ growth emphasis (Invest health, ed, infrastructure, poverty) Source: Economist/0415 Goodnight / Deaths Every Year,” Newsweek (1212.2005) Quality! Prevention! Wellness! Chronic care! Childhood obesity! H5N1! Childhood Obesity > Terrorism Quality! Prevention! Wellness! Chronic care! Childhood obesity! H5N1! The Ultimate “Culture Change” “Healthcare” vs. “Health”/


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means of active involvement Sees two major drawbacks to a (military) offensive in the “War on Terror”: –Will be widely viewed as aggression –Will involve “sources of order” directly in the midst of “sources of disorder,” breaking their isolation i.e.,/Afghanistan; statements that our goal is to make them “secular democracies” 4.Support for other regimes hostile to Muslims: Russia, India, China, Uzbekistan, etc. 5.US pressure on Arab energy producers to keep prices low, thereby robbing Muslims of their future/


Lecture 2: Rephrasing 911 & Terrorism SOSC 200t – the Post-911 World Order Simon Shen 7 th February 2003 (Friday)

create a state of terror in the minds of particular persons or a group of persons or the general public ” -- League of Nations (1937) Emphasis: (1) Terror; (2) Against State = Political Assassination + Genocide Ancient Terrorism Political Assassinations “ Assassins/: A Different Nature The “ 93 Heroes ” After September 11 th, 2001 The Anthrax Attack Chain Effects: Israel India Indonesia Russia … PART IV “ America Fights Back ” Stage I: Coalition Building (Sept-Oct 2001) Traditional Allies Untraditional/


Terrorism Timeline Lynn Nguyen Period 3 World History September 21, 2011.

France August Night in 1982, the group assaulted 99 government targets around France –including banks, post offices, and the former Military College in Paris. 1985 - Air India Bombings Air India flight 182, flying from Montreal to Delhi, exploded in mid-air /Convention for the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorism in 2005. The treaty requires state parties to adopt measures to protect their nuclear-weapon-related materials and facilities in accordance with International Atomic Energy Agency regulations, /


Terrorism The purpose of Terrorism is to instill a sense of fear in a Civilian population The FBI defines terrorism as "the unlawful use of force against.

The targets became larger and the goals more ambitious The US embassy in Beirut was blown up in 1983 killing 65 IRA The IRA was also active attacking the English Terror in the Air In the 1980’s Terrorists also began to target the skies and civilian /airliners Hijacking was common place and terrorist began to also blow up airliners To famous examples of this were Pan Am Flight 103 and Air India The Hijacking/


Timeline for terrorism Group members: Ng Wai Hung (16) Peng Chen (19) Yeep Tat Wye (31) Quek Yu Fei (20)

Indonesian island of Bali. The deadliest act of terrorism in the history of Indonesia occured, killing 202 people, The attack involved the detonation of three bombs and arious members of Jemaah Islamiyah, a violent Islamist group, were convicted in relation to the bombings. November 26 more than 10 coordinated shooting and bombing attacks across Mumbai, Indias largest city, by Islamic terrorists who invaded from/


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