Coping with Terror: An Israeli Perspective

Coping With Terror argues that strategic responses to terrorism must focus on managing this serious problem rather than solving it outright.

Ira Sharkansky, Coping With Terror: An Israeli Perspective, Lexington Books, 2003.

Coping With Terror argues that strategic responses to terrorism must focus on managing this serious problem rather than solving it outright. Author Ira Sharkansky describes personal and collective stresses associated with terror, and examines the idea of coping as the key to understand how policymakers, military personnel and ordinary citizens deal with these stresses.

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