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Enders and Su present a discussion of how terrorist networks inevitably restructure themselves in response to proactive counterterrorist policies.  Margaret Gonzalez-Perez analyzes the roles of women within internationalist and domestic guerrilla organizations.  An interesting comparison of Colombia’s FARC and paramilitaries is presented by Francisco Gutierrez-Sanin.  Mundy examines the politics of naming civil wars and the definitions of civil war.  Raleigh discusses the proliferation of dissident paramilitaries in Africa.  Kevin Siqueira discusses strategic interactions between governments and terrorist groups as they compete for public support.  The article by Eli Somer, et. al., reports qualitative research on the effect of stress on Israeli hospital workers who treat civilian casualties.  Spencer and croucher present a study which tests “spiral of silence” theory as it pertains to ETA in Spain and France.  Anna Lisa Tota presents a cultural discussion of commemorative rituals, using three train bombings as case studies.  West and Orr evaluate the effects of perception and emotion during incidents of urban terrorism.

Enders, Walter and Xuejuan Su.  “Rational Terrorists and Optimal Network Structure.”  In Journal of Conflict Resolution, 51:1 (February 2007).

Gonzalez-Perez, Margaret.  “Guerrilleras in Latin America: Domestic and International Roles.”  In Journal of Peace Research, 43:3 (2006).

Gutierrez-Sanin, Francisco.  “Telling the Difference: Guerrillas and Paramilitaries in the Colombian War.”  In Politics Society, vol. 36 (March 2008).

Mundy, Jacob.  “Deconstructing civil wars: Beyond the New Wars Debate.”  In Security Dialogue, vol. 42 (June 2011).

Siqueira, Kevin.  “Terrorists Versus the Government: Strategic Interaction, Support, and Sponsorship.”  In Journal of Conflict Resolution, 50:6 (December 2006).

Somer, Eli, Eli Buchbinder, Maya Peled-Avram, and Yael Ben-Yizhack.  “The Stress and Coping of Israeli Emergency Room Social Workers Following Terrorist Attacks.”  In Qualitative Health Research, 14:8 (October 2004).

Spencer, Anthony T. and Stephen M. Croucher.  “Basque Nationalism and the Spiral of Silence: An Analysis of Public Perceptions of ETA in Spain and France.” In  International Communications Gazette, vol. 70 (April 2008).

Tota, Anna Lisa.  “Terrorism and Collective Memories: Comparing Bologna, Naples and Madrid 11 March.”  In International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 46:1-2 (2005).

West, Darrell M. and Marion Orr.  “Managing Citizen Fears: Public Attitudes Toward Urban Terrorism.”  In Urban Affairs Review, 41:1 (September 2005).