Atlantic Monthly, Article archive on "The War on Terrorism"
The New Yorker, Article archive on Post-September 11
Observer (U.K), War on Terrorism Coverage
PBS, Frontline, "Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero," Sept. 2002.
PBS, Frontline, "In Search of Al Qaeda."
Books, Articles, Essays
M. Shahid Alam, "Peddling Civilizational Wars." Counterpunch, February 28, 2002. [Critique of Huntington.]
Benjamin Barber, "Jihad vs. McWorld," Atlantic Monthly, March, 1992. [Original essay version of his argument before the book.]
-----. Jihad vs. McWorld: How Globalism and Tribalism are Reshaping the World. New York: Ballentine Books, 1996.
-----. "Globalizing Democracy," The American Prospect, Sept. 2000.
-----. "Beyond Jihad vs. McWorld," The Nation, Jan. 3, 2002.
Manuel Castells, "Materials for an exploratory theory of the network society," British Journal of Sociology, Vol. No. 51 Issue No. 1 (January/March 2000) pp. 5–24. [A reflexive account of theory in his 3-vol. work, The Information Age.]
-----. The Information Age: Economy, Society and Culture. Updated edition. 3 volumes. Oxford: Blackwell, 2000.
Jeffrey Frankel, "Globalization: Why and How It Should Continue," presented at the MacArthur Transnational Economic Security Workshop, MIT, May 2000. [See author's website and current publications at Kennedy School of Government, Harvard, for additional articles.]
-----. "Globalization of the Economy," NBER Working Paper No 7858, Governance in a Globalizing World, edited by Joseph Nye and John Donahue, Brookings Institution Press, Washington, D.C., 2000.
Globalization and World Cities, Publications. Department of Geography, Loughborough University, Leicestershire, United Kingdom. Relevant publications:
Tod Gitlin, "Blaming America First," Mother Jones (Jan.-Feb., 2002)
Husain Haqqani, "Islam's Medieval Outposts," Foreign Policy, Nov.-Dec., 2002. [On the Islamic madrasa]
Samuel P. Huntington, "The Clash of Civilizations?" Foreign Affairs Summer 1993, 72/3. [Original version of the argument before the book version.]
-----. "If Not Civilizations, What? Samuel Huntington Responds to His Critics," Foreign Affairs, November/December 1993. [Another copy here.]
-----. The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of the World Order. New York: Touchstone Books, 1996. [Book version of longer argument.]
Douglas Kellner, UCLA, "Theorizing Globalization," (2002 paper).
-----. Introduction to September 11 and Terror War: The Bush Legacy and the Risks of Unilateralism.
-----. "Theorizing September 11."
Bernard Lewis, "The Roots of Muslim Rage," Atlantic Monthly, September, 1990.
-----. "The Revolt of Islam," The New Yorker, Nov. 19, 2001.
Michael Mann, "Globalizations: an introduction to the spatial and structural networks of globality," (2002, Dept. of Sociology, UCLA, author's website). [Another copy here.]
Restless Searchlight: Terrorism, the Media & Public Life, Papers from a conference co-sponsored by the APSA Political Communication Section and the Shorenstein Center at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University (Aug. 2002). [Excellent set of papers.]
Salman Rusdie, "America and Anti-Americans," New York Times, Feb. 4, 2002.
Edward Said, "Impossible Histories: Why the Many Islams Cannot be Simplified," Harpers Magazine, July, 2002. [Critique of Lewis]
-----. "The Clash of Ignorance," The Nation, Oct. 4, 2001. [Critique of Huntington]
Saskia Sassen, "The Global Economy: its necessary instruments and cultures," Telepolis, 1997.
-----. "Urban Economies and Fading Distances," Megacities Foundation, Megacities lecture, 1998.
-----. "New frontiers facing urban sociology at the Millennium," British Journal of Sociology, Vol. No. 51 Issue No. 1 (January/March 2000) pp. 143–159. [Another copy here.]
Social Science Research Council, After
Sept. 11: Essays
Hernando de Sota, The Institute for Liberty and Democracy (ILD, Lima, Peru), "The Hidden Architecture of Capitalism."
-----. The Mystery of Capital: Why Capitalism Triumphs in the West and Fails Everywhere Else. New York, Basic Books, 2000. Chap. 1 available online.
World Economic Forum, Arab World Competitiveness Report. 2002.
Defense Link [metasite for access to U.S. Dept. of Defense information]
Homeland Security Office, White House
Markel Foundation Task Force, "Protecting America's Freedom in the Information Age," Oct. 2002.
PC Magazine: Insider's Look at Homeland Security and Technology
University of Colorado, Center for Science and Technology Policy Research, Symposium on Science, Technology, and Security: Knowledge for the Post-9/11 World, Oct. 2002. See background reading list.
National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., Committee on Science and Technology for Countering Terrorism Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences National Research Council, Making the Nation Safer: The Role of Science and Technology in Countering Terrorism (2002). See especially, Information Technology; Complex and Interdependent Systems.
U.S. Government Terrorism Sites [FBI, CIA, State Dept., Defense, White House]
World Trade Center and New York
Globalization and Internationalization of the Contemporary
Web Art Projects
American Economic Association: Resources for Economists [Meta site for access to world data sources]
Bureau of Transportation Statistics [important international data as an index to globalization]
City Populations [Maps and stats on major urban agglomerations]
Corruption Perception Index, Transparency Intenational [Important source for information on issues impeding global development]
CountryWatch [Geopolitical intelligence source; much is free, some by subscription]
Economist Intelligence Unit [International economic data]
Foreign Policy, Globalization Index [global economic integration and digital divide data]
GeoHive: World Population and Economic Statistics
The Global Library for Critical Social Science (based at Sussex University, UK)
Globalization and Higher Education, International Association of Universities, the UNESCO-based world-wide association of universities.
Index of Economic Freedom, sponsored by The Heritage Foundation and the Wall Street Journal
Internet Data and Statistics for Global Analysis
The Inter University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR). [The largest data archive in the social sciences. Contact Prof. Diana Owen for access to a database.]
National Security Archive, The September 11th Sourcebook [Goverment documents, some recently declassified.]
One World, Globalization Documents
Pew Internet & American Life Project: Sept. 11 and the Internet
Trade and Economy: Data and Analysis, U.S. Office of Trade and Economic Analysis, Dept. of Commerce
United Nations: Data and Relevant Documents
U.S. State Dept., International Information Programs, Sept. 11: One Year After.
U.S. Library of Congress, September 11 Archive
World Trade Organization (WTO)
Martin Irvine, 2003