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學生對 莱顿大学 提供的 恐怖主义和反恐:理论与实践的比较 的評價和反饋

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Terrorism has arguably been one of the defining factors of our age. It frequently makes headlines, threatening or attacking governments, private business and ordinary citizens. And in many parts of the world, it has been one of the most important threats to peace, security and stability. But what does this exactly mean? What is the nature of this threat? Who or what is threatened, how, by whom and why? What can be done about it or how can we at least limit the impact of terrorism and make sure that terrorists do not make headlines and manage to scare us? These are just a handful of questions that will be addressed in this course that consists of three parts. First it focuses on the essence of terrorism as an instrument to achieve certain goals, in addition to an exploration of this phenomenon and the difficulties in defining it. The second part provides an overview of the state of the art in (counter) terrorism studies. Since ‘9/11’ terrorism studies have grown exponentially, reflecting the rise in perceived threats. But what has academia come up with? What theories, assumptions and conventional wisdom has it produced that could be of help in understanding terrorism and dealing with it? The most interesting results are examined and compared with empirical evidence with the aim to either stress their importance or to debunk them as myths. The final part looks into the implications and possibilities for policy making. The course ends with a module specifically designed to address one of today's most topical issue: the foreign fighter phenomenon....



Not all the reading materials are opening. The course content is old . There is a need for new and latest issues to be included in the course. There is also a need for advance level of another course.


Among the most informative courses i have taken, the material and videos provided are so detailed and specific to this field. I would recommend it to anyone with an interest matters terrorism.


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創建者 Nnamdi O


Exceptional and Expository Course. I RECOMMEND THIS FOR POLICY MAKERS

創建者 Soham D


Great course ! Really loved the simplicity of content and the scope.

創建者 Sergio G C


Absolutely accurate and a well-done introductory course. Great Job!

創建者 Carlos M F P


Excelente curso. Contiene los conceptos más actuales sobre el tema.

創建者 G.J. J


¡Excelente! Ayuda a entender mejor el complejo tema del terrorismo.

創建者 David v D


A real addition for every student studying something international!

創建者 Ahmer J K


Excellent course! Leiden University's courses are great as always!

創建者 Gabriel M


I like this course so much. I think I am learning a lot of things.

創建者 zyshmie


A Fundamental to Terrorism and Counter-terrorism. Helps me a lot.

創建者 Ali R


Great course with a lot of interesting details and infromations.

創建者 Michele G


Excellent Course! Very thought provoking and full of information.

創建者 majdi s


Great interactive course with a nice approach to difficult topic.

創建者 Deleted A


Amazing teaching and reading files. Having a great time learning.

創建者 fany t


Understand a little more about terrorism as the current conflict

創建者 Maritza S


Great Course, updated information perfect source to understand t

創建者 Marina M


An extremely interesting course very well presented and organize

創建者 Divya S


very good course. i only had an issue with the peer review bit.

創建者 Alexander L


Interesting course that I thoroughly enjoyed. Would recommend.

創建者 Khalid N


Its excellent practice for the knowledge of counter terrorism.

創建者 Andrés M


Es fenomenal, de hecho la bibliografía utilizada es excelente.

創建者 hermann k


Belle formation. J'ai beaucoup appris pour ma future carrière

創建者 Alice F


An insightful introduction to terrorism and counterterrorism.

創建者 Claire D


Questions during the video lectures make it very interactive!

創建者 Gun U


It's really comprehensive, fun, and helpful at the same time!

創建者 Nacho A


Much better than expected. Thank you, professor Edwin Bakker.