After the attack of September 11th, the United States has spent billions of dollars to analyze and dissolve terrorist groups on a global scale. However, to be able to track down organizations such as Al Qaeda, one must understand the complexity of an individual's motivation to join. With the multitude of terrorist cells in the world, how do the United States and counterterrorist organizations classify these combatants in the context of their radical ideologies?
Join American Military University for an in-depth analysis of the terrorist mind and how the culture of terrorism fits into the rest of the civilized world. Panellists include Dr. Elena Mastors, AMU Program Director, Graduate Intelligence and National Security Studies and Author of: Introduction to Political Psychology; and The Lesser Jihad: Recruits and the al-Qaida Network, and Breaking al-Qaeda and Dr. Joseph Campos, II. Adjunct Professor at AMU and Author of: The State and Terrorism: National Security Discourse and the Mobilization of Power (Ashgate Publishing)
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