Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

New books: 

Bergen, Peter L. The United States of Jihad: Investigating America's Homegrown Terrorists
*HV6432.B4624 2016

Himes, Kenneth R. Drones and the Ethics of Targeted Killing
*UG1242.D7H56 2016

Hirschbein, Ron. The United States and Terrorism: an Ironic Perspective
*HV6432.H576 2015

Morell, Michael J.  The Great War of Our Time: the CIA's Fight Against Terrorism--From al Qa'ida to ISIS
-JK468.I6M665 2015

Schwartz, Benjamin E. Right of Boom: the Aftermath of Nuclear Terrorism
-HV6433.86.S39 2015

Simi, Peter. American Swastika: Inside the White Power Movement's Hidden Spaces of Hate
*E184.A1S599 2015

Wexler, Stuart. America's Secret Jihad: the Hidden History of Religious Terrorism in the United States
-BL65.T47W49 2015


In our print Reference Collection:

The 9/11 Encyclopedia
HV6432.7.A85 2011

Political Violence and Terrorism in Modern America: a Chronology
HN90.V5H49 2005

Terrorist Challenge to America
HV6432.H46 2003


In our DVD Collection:

The 11th of September: Moyers in Conversation
HV6432.E448 2001

American Jihadist
BP170.5.A45A44 2011

Dirty Wars
UB251.U5D57 2013

The Hunt for Bin Laden
HV6432.H86 2013

Inside the NSA: America's Cyber Secrets
UB256.U6I675 2012

Jihad! in America
BP182.J54 2001

The Ku Klux Klan: a Secret History
HS2330.K63K875 2005

The Last Days of Osama Bin Laden
HV6430.B55L378 2011

Manhunt Boston Bombers
HV6432.44.B6N68 2013

My Trip to Al-Qaeda
HV6432.7.M987 2011

The Oath
DS371.414.O28 2010

Oklahoma City Bombing
HV6432.6.C66 2007

JK468.S4S437 2009

Soldiers in the Army of God
HQ767.5.U5S653 2006


Databases, E-journal and E-Book Packages: 

(Available to Current MIIS Students, Faculty and Staff only)

Digital National Security Archive
An online collection of declassified U.S. government documents relating to U.S. military and foreign policy.

Homeland Security Digital Library
Links to U.S. government documents, Naval Postgraduate School research papers, and news stories relating to homeland security issues.



American Security Project
The American Security Project is a non-profit, bipartisan public policy and research organization dedicated to fostering knowledge and understanding of a range of national security issues, promoting debate about the appropriate use of American power, and cultivating strategic responses to 21st century challenges.

Combating Terrorism Center
The Combating Terrorism Center at West Point contributes relevant scholarly perspectives through education, research and policy analysis to combat terrorist threats to the United States.

Congressional Research Service Reports on Terrorism
Links to CRS reports.

Based at the University of Maryland, College Park, START aims to provide timely guidance on how to disrupt terrorist networks, reduce the incidence of terrorism, and enhance the resilience of U.S. society in the face of the terrorist threat.

Understanding 9/11: a Television News Archive
A project of New York University and the Internet Archive.  This site is an archive of news broadcasts from the week following the attacks of September 11, 2001.

U.S. Department of Homeland Security
List of activities and programs in the area of counterterrorism.

U.S. Department of Justice
News, statements and fact sheets on the Criminal Justice System as a counter-terrorism tool.

U.S. Department of State
Country reports on Terrorism and Terrorist Designations and State Sponsors of Terrorism.