"Jihadi Insurgents and the Perils of Territorialisation". Paper presented at the Annual International Studies Association Convention in Montreal, 16-19 March 2011. By Brynjar Lia.
"Insight and hypotheses on causes of terrorism identified on the basis of a survey of the literature on terrorism" Appendix 4 in Alex P. Schmid (ed.) Handbook of Terrorism Research, (London: Routledge, 2011). By Brynjar Lia
"Causes of terrorism: An Expanded and Updated Review of the Literature". By Brynjar Lia with Katja Skjølberg. Published as FFI Research Report No.2004/04307.
"Why terrorism occurs - a survey of theories and hypotheses on the causes of terrorism". By Brynjar Lia and Katja Skjølberg. Published as FFI Research Report No.2000/02769
"Warum es zu Terrorismus kommt: Ein Überblick über Theorien und Hypothesen zu den Ursachen des Terrorismus". By Brynjar Lia and Katja Skjølberg. Published in Journal für Konflikt- und Gewaltforschung Vol. 6, No.1 (2004).
"Islamist insurgencies, diasporic support networks, and their host states - the case of the Algerian GIA in Europe 1993-2000". By Brynjar Lia and Åshild Kjøk. Published as FFI Research Report No.2001/03789
"Restoring Peace or Provoking Terrorism? Exploring the Links Between Multilateral Military Interventions and International Terrorism". By Åshild Kjøk, et al. Published as FFI Research Report No.2003/01547
"Jihad in Europe: Post-millennium patterns of jihadist terrorism in Western Europe". By Petter Nesser. Presentation at "The Roots of Terrorism in Europe"-conference hosted by the Danish Security Intelligence Service in May 2005.
"Jihad in Europe: A Survey of the motivations for Sunni Islamist terrorism in post-millennium Europe". By Petter Nesser. Published as FFI Research Report No.2004/01146
"Mot nye og farlegare formar for terrorisme? Trendar og utviklingstrekk ved moderne terrorisme", Internasjonal politikk, 58 (3) (2000), pp.357-383. By Brynjar Lia
Globalisation and the Future of Terrorism: Patterns and Predictions
(London: Routledge, 2005/2006).
This book offers new perspectives on how globalisation and broader structural causes produce and drive terrorism across the globe in differing contexts. Read more..
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