Terrorism, Individual Security, and the Role of the Military: a Reply to Liotta. Smith-Windsor, B. A Security Dialogue, 33(4):489–494, December, 2002.
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Smith-Windsor critiques Liotta’s 2002 article (Boomerang Effect: the Convergence of National and Human Security Dialogue 2002; 33; 473), finding that its utility for policy makers is undermined by weaknesses in its approach to terrorism as a security issue, lack of detail to support some concepts and contentions and an underestimation of the effect of military power in addressing threats to individuals.
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	title = {Terrorism, {Individual} {Security}, and the {Role} of the {Military}: a {Reply} to {Liotta}},
	volume = {33},
	shorttitle = {Terrorism, {Individual} {Security}, and the {Role} of the {Military}},
	url = {http://sdi.sagepub.com/cgi/content/abstract/33/4/489},
	doi = {10.1177/0967010602033004008},
	abstract = {Smith-Windsor critiques Liotta’s 2002 article (Boomerang Effect: the Convergence of National and Human Security Dialogue 2002; 33; 473), finding that its utility for policy makers is undermined by weaknesses in its approach to terrorism as a security issue, lack of detail to support some concepts and contentions and an underestimation of the effect of military power in addressing threats to individuals.},
	language = {English},
	number = {4},
	urldate = {2009-07-21},
	journal = {Security Dialogue},
	author = {Smith-Windsor, Brooke A},
	month = dec,
	year = {2002},
	pages = {489--494}
}
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