The only resource of its kind, Praeger Security International: Terrorism, Homeland Security, Strategy (PSI) combines an eBook collection, digital journal, and reference library, all backed by Praeger’s 50+ years of excellence in security studies publishing. The databases’s eBook trove—of roughly 800 titles—encompasses the deep PSI archive, including such classics as Galula’s Counterinsurgency Warfare, plus updates that include every new publication in the PSI print series. Expertly authored scholarly essays and reference pieces are organized alongside relevant primary sources to facilitate topic-specific investigations, while advanced search filters quickly connect researchers with precise resources.
Praeger Security International: Terrorism, Homeland Security, Strategy is a must-have resource for the post-secondary students, researchers, and professionals vested in the study of the most pressing security issues of our times.
- A robust library of roughly 800 eBooks, expanded regularly with new titles and including every recent publication from Praeger Security International
- More than 60 essays from leading scholars such as James Jay Carafano, Jennifer Jefferis, and Jerry D. Morelock shed light on issues of critical security importance
- Treatment of more than 40 critical topics such as arms control, defense and national security, energy security, cyber conflict, counterinsurgency, and terrorism
- Thousands of primary sources and reference entries, plus varied international perspectives and reflections from psychologists, diplomats, first responders, economists, journalists, civil servants, war-fighters, legal experts, and more
- Regularly updated with new content to ensure efficacy as a fresh, active, and dynamic resource for university students, scholars, researchers, and professionals
- Sleek, highly accessible interface and flexible search functionality support comprehensive research on all matters relating to security
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