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by Scilla Elworthy,Gabrielle Rifkind
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Politics & Government
  • Author:
    Scilla Elworthy,Gabrielle Rifkind
  • ISBN:
    1846040477
  • ISBN13:
    978-1846040474
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  • Publisher:
    Random House UK (March 1, 2007)
  • Pages:
    96 pages
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    Politics & Government
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Making Terrorism History Paperback – March 1, 2007. by Scilla Elworthy (Author), Gabrielle Rifkind (Author). Terrorism and misguided policies are threatening to polarize our world

Making Terrorism History Paperback – March 1, 2007. Terrorism and misguided policies are threatening to polarize our world. This book offers real insight, as well as practical step-by-step alternatives to the "war on terror "" HRH Prince Hassan bin Talal of Jordan "Essential reading for anyone who wishes to understand terrorism today. It provides a thoughtful and challenging analysis of a complex issue that affects each and every one of u.

by Gabrielle Rifkind (Author), Scilla Elworthy (Author).

Priscilla "Scilla" Elworthy (born 3 June 1943) is a peace builder, and the . Scilla Elworthy; Gabrielle Rifkind (2006). Making Terrorism History.

Her latest book is The Business Plan for Peace: Building a World Without War (Peace Direct, 2017), and her TED talk on non-violence has been viewed by more than 1,426,000 people. 1 Early life and education.

Much of her special contribution is around the role of human motivation and behaviour in resolving conflict. She is author, with Scilla Elworthy, of Making Terrorism History (Random House, 2005), with Giandomenico Picco, of The Fog of Peace: How to Prevent War (.

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by Scilla Elworthy, Gabrielle Rifkind. Ever since 9/11 it's been clear we need a new approach to terrorism. Clear, radical and extremely persuasive, Making Terrorism History shows why political violence is now such a major force in our world.

Making Terrorism History. Ever since 9/11 it's been clear we need a new approach to terrorism

Making Terrorism History.

In 2005 I co-authored a book with my colleague Gabrielle Rifkind called Making Terrorism History covering humiliation and revenge in the Middle east.

In 2005 I co-authored a book with my colleague Gabrielle Rifkind called Making Terrorism History covering humiliation and revenge in the Middle east, the growth of suicide bombing and proposing a series of localized actions and global initiatives. Had they been implemented, we would have a very different and far less serious situation today. Scholarly, readable, practical and positiv. .Should be compulsory reading for all American congressmen and British MP.

Her most recent book is 'Making Terrorism History', co-authored with Gabrielle Rifkind.

After the Chilcot Report on the Iraq war, Gabrielle and her colleague Scilla Elworthy have detailed their personal experiences of the ways through which the war could have been avoided: "Not only was the UK government deaf to advice from those who were from the region and therefore understood the politics, the culture, and the history in more depth, there was also a.

Ever since 9/11, it's been clear that we need a new way to deal with terrorism. In this important new book, two experts explain: the root causes of terrorism; the links between trauma and fundamentalism; why people become suicide bombers; why peace processes collapse; whether non-violence is a useful response; and what can be done. Clear, far-reaching, and extremely persuasive, their book shows why political violence is now a major force in our world. At the same time, it offers a range of practical actions that can be taken to combat it, not only by our governments but also on the ground in Iraq, Israel, Palestine, and more widely. In addition, it highlights the many simple but effective steps that we, too, can take within our local communities to make peace—not war—on terror.