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Columbia Studies in Terrorism and Irregular Warfare
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Table Of Contents
List of AbbreviationsAcknowledgmentsPrologue: Lone-Wolf Attacks and the Europlot1. Unlikely Internationalists: Putting German Jihadism into Perspective2. Two Hamburg Cells: A History of Jihadist Terrorism in Germany3. A Second 9/11 : The Sauerland Plot4. The Islamic Jihad Union5. The Turkish Dimension6. Leaving Kuffaristan : Radicalization and Recruitment in Germany7. The German Taliban Mujahideen8. The Worst Enemy of Islam : The Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan Against Germany9. Germans in the Taliban Stalingrad: Fighting the Kunduz Insurgency10. This Is the Last Year America : Threats and ProspectsNotesIndex
Guido W. Steinberg is one of Germany's leading terrorism experts and works for the German Institute for International and Security Affairs (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, SWP) in Berlin. An Islamicist by training, he has previously worked for the German Federal Chancellery as an advisor on international terrorism.