Terrorism and the United Nations System - Njoku, Emeka Thaddues
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Terrorism is today one of the most serious and visible threats to security of mankind and all efforts of the United Nations (UN) to curb the threat has been anything but successful. Since September 11, 2001 terrorists attack on the United States (US), the United Nations adopted strong measures aimed at reducing the activities of terrorists. However, from 2001 till date, several major terrorists attacks in some parts of the world, has been carried out successfully. This book examines the phenomenon of terrorism and the roles of the United Nations and its agencies in the global war on terrorism.…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
Terrorism is today one of the most serious and visible threats to security of mankind and all efforts of the United Nations (UN) to curb the threat has been anything but successful. Since September 11, 2001 terrorists attack on the United States (US), the United Nations adopted strong measures aimed at reducing the activities of terrorists. However, from 2001 till date, several major terrorists attacks in some parts of the world, has been carried out successfully. This book examines the phenomenon of terrorism and the roles of the United Nations and its agencies in the global war on terrorism.
Autorenporträt
Emeka Thaddues Njoku holds a B.Sc in Political science from Enugu State University of Sci.& Tech., M.Sc in Political science from the University of Ibadan. He is currently a PhD candidate and a Teaching Assistant in the Dept.of Political Science, University of Ibadan,Ibadan, Nigeria. His research interest is on terrorism and political theory