2 M. Madej, “Międzynarodowy terroryzm polityczny”, Ministerstwo Spraw Zagranicznych,. Warsaw Marek Madej stresses that acts of terrorism are voluntary. Porządek międzynarodowy u progu XXI wieku, Warszawa 4. M. Madej, Międzynarodowy terroryzm polityczny, warszawa 5. B. Hofman, Oblicza. M. Madej, Międzynarodowy terroryzm polityczny, Warszawa ; B. Bolechów, Terroryzm w świecie podwubiegunowym. Przewartościowania i kontynuacje.
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Characteristics of Pathogens which Might Be Used in an Bioterrorism Attack
Terrorism — definition – problem of kidzynarodowy – main characteristics – terrorism and other forms of non-state political violence – domestic and international terrorism III. Motivations of terrorism – main typologies of motivations – religious motivation — general view – Islamic terrorism — polityczjy, ideology, differences between groups – ethno-nationalist terrorism – leftist terrorism – other motivations IV.
Terrorism — aspect of organization – typical organizational structures – financing of terrorism – state sponsored — terrorism V.
TOC — main areas of criminal activity – drug production and trade – smuggling of arms, human, other – corruption as a security threat IX. Non-state use of Weapon of Mass Destruction WMD – II – biological and chemical weapons and materials toxic weapons included — probability of use by non-state actors – case studies: Cybersecurity — non-state use of Information Technologies IT as a national threats – mafej security — key terms and definitions – typologies of IT-activities of non-state actors – cybercrime and cyberterrorism – hackers, crackers and hacking and cracking – the issue of critical infrastructure XII.
Societal security threats and challenges I — cultural challenges and international terrorymz – societal security — key terms and definitions – cultural identity in context of national state security – international migration as a national security threat XIII. Societal security threats and challenges I — demography and diseases – impact of demography on security – overpopulation and demographic growth as a security threat – world ageing as a security problem – epidemic diseases as a security challenge i.
After the participation In the course student should have knowledge concerning contemporary theories of international security, including concept of asymmetric threats. He also should be able to use correctly relevant terminology, know basic information about contemporary terrorism groups, attacks, ideologiestransnational crime groups, activitiesnon-state use of WMD or IT, as well as other non-military threats and challenges to security ecological, pandemics, demographic problems.
The course should also prepare participants to assess independently current strategic relevance of asymmetric threats intensity of threat, consequences etc.
Graduate studies, specialized course for specialization Security and Strategic Studies, evening studies, I year. Hofman, Oblicza terroryzmu, Warszawa 6.
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