By Dean C Alexander
The horrific terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka this past weekend, which killed over 350 people and injured more than 500 others, included attackers and cell members from several family terror networks, including two sets of brothers as well as a husband and.
By Dean C. Alexander
A groundbreaking, well reviewed new book, Family Terror Networks, has been authored by Western Illinois University professor and terrorism expert, Dean C. Alexander.
By Institute of Progressive Medicine
Stealth adapted virus infections of the brain can explain the growing violence occurring throughout the world. These viruses are not effectively recognized by the cellular immune system and, therefore, fail to evoke inflammation .
By Professor Michael Czinkota
Why does a Georgetown University professor write about the soul and international business? Because they're closely interlinked! An analysis of a new world, terrorism, the future of trade, and the search for the soul are what you find in this book.
Recently released awarded psychological horror/thriller "Face Of Evil" is hotter than ever, with the latest tragic mass shooting in Thousand Oaks, CA.
By Elsewhen Press
When the world around us seems on the brink of disasters at the hands of neo-nationalists, terrorists and megacorporations, the new space adventure by NZ author Peter Glassborow, suggests the same concerns will be prevalent in 2221.
By Castellex ltd.
Biological plot in Germany, Novichok in Britain, increased interest in Castellex NBC life support systems.
By Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers
In a new study researchers reviewed numerous cases of extremist violence or terrorism and the published literature to develop a set of tools for colleges to use to assess the risk and reduce the potential for acts of violent extremism.