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Edward Francis Mickolus, Jr. (born December 28, 1950[1]) is an author and counter-terrorism expert, and formerly an officer in the Central Intelligence Agency,[2][3] from which he retired in 2008. Mickolus is the author or co-author of a number of books on counter-terrorism.

Edward Francis Mickolus, Jr.
Born (1950-12-28) December 28, 1950 (age 68)[1]
Occupationcounter-terrorism analysts
NationalityUSA
CitizenshipUSA
Alma materGeorgetown University
Yale University
Genrecounter-terrorism
SpouseSusan Schjelderup
(m. January 15, 1983.[1])

Personal lifeEdit

Born to Catherine Teresa (née Lawlor; 1916–1995) and Edward Francis Mickolus (1911–1996),[1] he is of Irish and Lithuanian ethnic descent, and he was raised and is a practicing Catholic.[4]

Mickolus married Susan Schjelderup, daughter of Maria (née Giuliano; 1922–2006) and John Rost Schjelderup (1917–2005),[5] on January 15, 1983.[1]

He is an avid collector of neckties with around 1500 of them.[6]

BooksEdit

with Cynthia Kwitchoff His Words Ponte Vedra: Wandering Woods Publishers, 2018), 210 pp.

with Cynthia Kwitchoff The Secret Book of Intelligence Community Humor (Ponte Vedra: Wandering Woods Publishers, 2018), 190 pp.

with Cynthia Kwitchoff Two Spies Walk Into a Bar (Ponte Vedra: Wandering Woods Publishers, 2018), 190 pp.

Terrorism Worldwide, 2017 (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2018), 211 pp.

Terrorism Worldwide, 2016 (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2018), 254 pp.

Terrorism 2013-2015: A Worldwide Chronology (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2016), 571 pp.

Briefing for the Boardroom and the Situation Room (Washington, DC: Daniel Morgan Academy, 2015), 61 pp.

The Counterintelligence Chronology: Spying by and Against the United States from the 1700s through 2014 (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2015), 233 pp.

Food with Thought: The Wit and Wisdom of Chinese Fortune Cookies North Charleston: CreateSpace, 2015, 193 pp. Mentioned in “Celebrations” Florida Writers Association The Florida Writer August 2015, p. 34.

Stories from Langley: A Glimpse Inside the CIA (Potomac Books/University of Nebraska Press, 2014), 387 pp. (made it to #26 in Biographies & Memoirs/True Crime/Espionage; #56 in Politics & Social Sciences/Politics & Government/Specific Topics/Intelligence & Espionage; and # 36,106 in books overall on Amazon.com rankings). Mentioned in “Celebrations” Florida Writers Association The Florida Writer February 2015, p. 30.

(with Susan L. Simmons) The 50 Worst Terrorist Attacks (Santa Barbara, California: Praeger/ABC-Clio, 2014), 265 pp.

Terrorism 2008-2012: A Worldwide Chronology (Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland, 2014), 333 pp.

(with Joseph T. Brannan) Coaching Winning Model United Nations Teams (Washington, DC: Potomac Books/University of Nebraska Press, 2013), 234 pp.

The Secret Book of CIA Humor (Gretna, Louisiana: Pelican, 2011), 240 pp. (made it to #10 in US Humor on Amazon.com, which also listed it as #15 in hot new releases; subject of interview by Scott Simon on NPR in September 2011, BBC World in January 2012, and standup routine at The Riot Act in Washington, DC); 2nd printing with new cover, 2018.

(with Susan L. Simmons) The Terrorist List: North America (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2010), 305 pp. (listed by Joshua Sinai “Top 50 Books on Terrorism and Counterterrorism” 19, 1 Intelligencer: Journal of U.S. Intelligence Studies Winter/Spring 2012, pp. 105–108)

(with Susan L. Simmons) The Terrorist List: South America (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2010), 227 pp. (listed by Joshua Sinai “Top 50 Books on Terrorism and Counterterrorism” 19, 1 Intelligencer: Journal of U.S. Intelligence Studies Winter/Spring 2012, pp. 105–108)

(with Susan L. Simmons) The Terrorist List: Eastern Europe (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2010), 201 pp. (listed by Joshua Sinai “Top 50 Books on Terrorism and Counterterrorism” 19, 1 Intelligencer: Journal of U.S. Intelligence Studies Winter/Spring 2012, pp. 105–108)

(with Susan L. Simmons) The Terrorist List: Western Europe (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2010), 337 pp. (listed by Joshua Sinai “Top 50 Books on Terrorism and Counterterrorism” 19, 1 Intelligencer: Journal of U.S. Intelligence Studies Winter/Spring 2012, pp. 105–108)

(with Susan L. Simmons) The Terrorist List: Asia, Pacific, and Sub-Saharan Africa (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2010), 271 pp. (listed by Joshua Sinai “Top 50 Books on Terrorism and Counterterrorism” 19, 1 Intelligencer: Journal of U.S. Intelligence Studies Winter/Spring 2012, pp. 105–108)

The Terrorist List: The Middle East, 2 volumes (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2009), 697 pp. (named Technical Book of the Year, 2009, by Science Applications International Corporation)

Terrorism, 2005-2007 (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2008), 260 pp.

(with Susan L. Simmons) Terrorism, 2002-2004: A Chronology (3 volumes) (Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2006), 630 pp.

(with Susan L. Simmons) Terrorism, 1996-2001: A Chronology of Events and a Selectively Annotated Bibliography (2 volumes) (Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press, 2002), 559 pp. All of the Greenwood and Iowa State volumes listed herein will be available on Greenwood’s website.

(with Susan L. Simmons) Terrorism, 1992-1995: A Chronology of Events and a Selectively Annotated Bibliography (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1997), 976 pp.

Terrorism, 1988-1991: A Chronology of Events and a Selectively Annotated Bibliography Bibliographies and Indexes in Military Studies, Number 6 (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1993), 928 pp.

Edward Mickolus, Todd Sandler and Jean Murdock International Terrorism in the 1980s: A Chronology, Volume 2: 1984-1987 (Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1989), 696 pp.

Edward Mickolus, Todd Sandler and Jean Murdock International Terrorism in the 1980s: A Chronology, Volume 1: 1980-1983 (Ames, Iowa: Iowa State University Press, 1988), 568 pp.

Edward Mickolus with Peter Flemming Terrorism, 1980-1987: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography (West¬port, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1988), 315 pp.

International Terrorism: Attributes of Terrorist Events, 1968¬-1977, ITERATE 2 Data Codebook (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Inter Univer¬sity Consortium for Political and Social Research, 1982), 203 pp.

The Literature of Terrorism: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1980), 553 pp.

Transnational Terrorism: A Chronology of Events, 1968 1979 (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1980), xxxviii, 967 pp.

Annotated Bibliography on International and Transnational Terrorism available in Legal and Other Aspects of Terrorism Course Handbook Series, Number 310 (New York: Practicing Law Institute, 1979), 861 pp.

ITERATE: International Terrorism: Attributes of Terrorist Events, Data Codebook (Ann Arbor, Michigan: Inter University Consortium for Political and Social Research, 1976), 57 pp.

Combatting International Terrorism: A Quantitative Analysis Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University Department of Political Science, 1981, available from Ann Arbor: University Microfilms


BOOK CHAPTERS

“Agus Dwikarna”; Asbat al-Ansar”; “Joe Cahill”; “Renato Curcio”; “Rodger Davies Assassination”; Abu Maysara al-Iraqi; Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan (IMU)”; “Jundallah”; “Ranasinghe Premadasa Assassination”; “Abu Ahmed Abd al-Razziq”; “Sa’aqa”; Tokyo Subway Sarin Attack”; TWA Hijacking 1976”; “Zurich Airport Attack”; “Baltic Exchange Bombing”; “Beslan School Hostage Crisis”; “Bishopsgate Bombing”; “Bloody Sunday”; “City of London Bombings”; “Cubana Airlines Bombing”; “Dawson’s Field Hijackings”; “Abu Dujana”; “Egyptian Tourist Resort Bombings”; “Ejercito de Liberacion Nacional (ELN)”; El Al Hijacking”; Group Islamique Combattant Marocain (GICM)”; Istanbul Airport Attack”; “Jerusalem Bus Attacks (2003)”; “Ted Kaczynski”; “Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA)”; “Ku Klux Klan (KKK)”; “La Belle Discotheque Bombing”; “Abu Faraj al-Libi”; “Madrid Airport Bombing”; “Manchester City Bombing”; “Abu Ayyub al-Masri”; “Abu Hamza Al-Masri (Mustafa Kamel Mustafa”; Mazza Bombing”; “Moscow Bombings (2004)”; “Moscow Theater Attack”; “Murree Christian International School Attack”; “Cleo Noel Assassination”; “El Sayyid Nosair”; “Revolutionary United Front (RUF)”; “Riyadh Western Housing Complex Bombings”; “Sabena Airlines Hijacking”; “Illich Ramirez Sanchez (Carlos the Jackal)”; “Saudi Arabia Embassy (Khartoum) Attack”; “Stephen Saunders Assassination”; “Shehzad Tanweer”; “TWA Hijacking (1985)”; “Vienna Airport Attack”; “Ramzi Ahmed Yousef”; and “Tohir Abdukhalilovich Yuldashev” in Peter Chalk, ed. Encyclopedia of Terrorism Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio, 2013.

“September 11, 2001 Attacks" in Frank Shanty and Raymond Picquet, eds. Encyclopedia of World Terrorism Santa Barbara: ME Sharpe, 2003, pp. 19–28.

“Chronology of Major Terrorist Events, 1996-2002" in Frank Shanty, and Raymond Picquet, eds Encyclopedia of World Terrorism Santa Barbara: ME Sharpe, 2003, pp. 577–597.

"Tracking the Growth and Prevalence of Terrorism" in George S. Roukis and Patrick J. Montana, eds. Managing Terrorism: Strat¬egies for the Corporate Executive (Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 1983), pp. 3 22.

Edward Heyman and Edward Mickolus "Imitation by Terrorists: Quan¬ti¬tative Approaches to the Study of Diffusion Patterns in Trans¬national Terrorism" in Yonah Alexander and John M. Gleason, eds. Behavioral and Quantitative Perspectives on Terrorism (New York: Pergamon, 1981), pp. 175 228.

Edward Mickolus and Edward Heyman "ITERATE: Monitoring Transna¬tional Terrorism" in Yonah Alexander and John M. Gleason, eds. Behavioral and Quantitative Perspectives on Terrorism (New York: Pergamon, 1981), pp. 153 174.

Edward Mickolus, Edward S. Heyman and James Schlotter "Responding to Terrorism: Basic and Applied Research" in Stephen Sloan and Richard Schultz, eds. Responding to the Terrorist Threat: Secur¬ity and Crisis Management (New York: Pergamon, 1980), pp. 174¬-189.

"Transnational Terrorism" in Michael Stohl, ed. The Politics of Terrorism (New York: Marcel Dekker, 1979), pp. 147 190, updated for second edition.

"Chronology of Transnational Terrorist Attacks upon American Business People, 1968 1976" 1, 2 Terrorism: An International Journal (1978), pp. 217 235, updated in Yonah Alexander and Robert A. Kilmarx, eds. Political Terrorism and Business: The Threat and Response (New York: Praeger, 1979), pp. 297 318.

"An Events Data Base for Studying Transnational Terrorism" in Richards J. Heuer, ed. Quantitative Approaches to Political Intelligence: The CIA Experience (Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, 1978), pp. 127 163.

"Trends in Transnational Terrorism" in Marius Livingston, ed. Ter¬rorism in the Contemporary World (Westport, Conn.: Green¬wood Press, 1978), pp. 44 73.

"Statistical Approaches to the Study of Terrorism" in Seymour Maxwell Finger and Yonah Alexander, eds. Terrorism: Interdisci¬plinary Perspectives (New York: John Jay Press, 1977), pp. 209-¬269.


"Negotiating for Hostages: A Policy Dilemma" 19, 4 Orbis (Winter 1976), pp. 1309 1325, reprinted in John D. Elliott and Lesley Gibson, eds. Contemporary Terrorism: Selected Readings (Gaithers¬burg, Maryland: International Association of Chiefs of Police, 1978), pp. 207 221.

ARTICLES AND OTHER PROFESSIONAL SOCIETY PRESENTATIONS

“Counterintelligence and Coercive Collection” 22, 3 The Intelligencer: Journal of U.S. Intelligence Studies Winter 2016-17, pp. 3–4.

“Here Comes the…Caddy!” 56, 6 The Self-Starter: The Magazine of the Cadillac-LaSalle Club, special weddings issue June 2013, pp. 16–17 (article includes photos of my 1960 Cadillac serving as a wedding car)

“A Guide to Popular Student Books on Intelligence: What do students think they know about intelligence before they walk into the classroom?” 19, 1 The Intelligencer: Journal of US Intelligence Studies Winter/Spring 2012, pp. 67–71; reprinted in Peter Oleson, ed. Guide to the Study of Intelligence Washington, DC: Association of Former Intelligence Officers, 2016, pp. 719–725.

Peter A. Flemming, Edward Mickolus, and Todd Sandler “Research Note: Using the ITERATE and DOTS Databases” 1,1 Journal of Strategic Security November 2008, 57-75.

“Capsule Memories from Junior High Days” Washington Post (January 17, 2005), p. A16.

“Snyder, Pro and Con” Washington Post Magazine (November 10, 2002), p. 4

“a review of AdCritic.com” Washington Post (January 26, 2001), p. E12.

“Researching Your Searching” (a review of Search Engine Watch.com) Washington Post (January 5, 2001), p. E12.

“How do we know we’re winning the war against terrorists? Issues in Measurement” paper presented at Terrorism and Beyond...The 21st Century: A Conference Addressing Terrorist Threats, Motivations, Concerns, Policies and Predictions for the 21st Century, held at the Myriad Convention Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, as part of the dedication of the Oklahoma City National Memorial, hosted by the Rand Corporation and the Oklahoma City National Memorial Institute for the Prevention of Terrorism, April 17–19, 2000, 15 pp., published in 25:3 Studies in Conflict and Terrorism (May 2002), pp. 151–160.

photograph published with article entitled “CIA Support to the Warfighter: From the Shadows to the Front Line” 43, 2 Sea Power (February 2000), pp. 36–38.

“Well, Read” (a review of www.bartleby.com) Washington Post (January 7, 2000), p. E11.

“Welcome & Speeders Beware” (a review of www.switchboard.com and www.speedtrap.com) Washington Post (June 17, 1999), p. C4.

“Member of the Wedding, Sort of” (a review of www.littlechapel.com) Washington Post (May 27, 1999), p. C4.

“All the Fun, No Payola” (a review of www.quizland.com) Washington Post (May 27, 1999), p. C4.

“Metro Honors Stenwood Artists” Parent Reminders: Stenwood Elementary School Newsletter (May 26, 1999), p. 4.

“Roadside Attractions Galore” (a review of www.roadsideamerica.com) Washington Post (May 13, 1999), p. C4.

“Don’t Be a Wiseguy...” (A review of www.americanmafia.com) Washington Post (April 22, 1999), p. C4.


“Get Rich Click” (a review of scores of Internet investment sites) Washington Post (April 1, 1999), p. C4.

“Dialing for...whatever” (a review of www.radioguide.com, www.broadcast.com, and www.sunsetradio.com) Washington Post (March 25, 1999), p. C4.

“Self-Extinction” (a review of the Darwin Awards http://darwinawards.com) Washington Post (March 11, 1999), p. C4.

“Our Members’ Classics” (a review of my father’s 1984 Mercury Grand Marquis) 8, 1 Quicksilver: The Official Publication of the International Mercury Owners Association (Winter 1999), p. 32.

“Never Forget a Face?” (A review of The Daily Babe Test, http://babes.sci.kun.nl/; the Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Daily Test, http://www.sci.kun.nl/thalia/funpage/startrek; the Supermodel Home Page, http://www.supermodel.com; and its spoof the Supermodels Home Page http://www.supermodels.com The Washington Post (January 14, 1999), p. C4.

“Move Over, Energizer Bunny...” (A review of the Noted Nonagenarians and Centenarians home page http://www.youreouttahere.com/nonagenarian/nonagenarians.html) The Washington Post (January 7, 1999), p. C4.

“Fifth and Sixth Graders Learn Hieroglyphics” Stenwood Elementary PTA News No. 5 (January 1999), p. 2.

“Can’t Even Hum a Few Bars?” (A review of Funny Guy’s Christmas Collection http://www.jps/net.funnyguy/holiday.htm) The Washington Post (December 24, 1998), p. E4

“Truckasaurus” Greater Washington Section Mercedes-Benz Club of America Metro Tri-Star (December 1998), center page 4.

“Happy Holidays, Electronically!” (A review of www.greetingscards.com) The Washington Post (December 10, 1998), p. D4.

“A Little Something Extra for Your ML” Greater Washington Section Mercedes-Benz Club of America Metro Tri-Star (November 1998), pp. 13–17, 2 pages of centerfold photos.

“The Real Dirt” (a review of The Museum of Dirt http://www.planet.com/dirtweb/dirt.html) The Washington Post (October 22, 1998), p. B4.

“Buy Tom Hanks! Sell Madonna!” (a review of the Hollywood Stock Exchange www.hsx.com) The Washington Post (October 1, 1998), p. B4.

“Watch Where They Point the Lens” (a review of www.homecams.com) The Washington Post (September 24, 1998), p. B4.


“Rest in PC...” (A review of www.findagrave.com) The Washington Post (September 17, 1998), p. D4.

“Deipnosophists, Unite!” (a review of http://www.clever.net/quinion/words/index.htm, the World Wide Words site) The Washington Post (September 10, 1998), p. B5

“For When You Feel Like a Nut” (a review of the Kooks Museum site, https://web.archive.org/web/19981203074545/http://www.teleport.com/~dkossy/) The Washington Post (September 3, 1998), p. B4.

“Something Strange Going On” (a review of http://unmuseum.mus.pa.us/unmuseum.htm–The Museum of Unnatural Mystery) The Washington Post (July 30, 1998), p. B4.

“Vroom for Every Taste” (a review of www.artcars.com) The Washington Post (July 23, 1998), p. B4.

“Car Show Judging Standards” 18, 3 The Quarter Horse : The Newsletter of the National Capital Region Mustang Club, Inc. (May 1998), p. 16.

“Wish You Were Here...” (A review of beachcam.com, rehobothcam.com, atbeach.com, and dcn.com) The Washington Post (April 2, 1998), p. B6.

“Didn’t You Used to be...” (A review of www.ClassMates.com) The Washington Post (February 12, 1998), p. E5.

“Mickolus’s Collection” Toyota Owner’s and Restorer’s Club Newsletter (November/December 1997), p. 2.

“Vinyard Services Still Available for the TIPC” 14, 1 The TImes: The Newsletter of the Santa Clara Valley TIPC Users’ Group (October 1997, final edition), pp. 13–14.

“Just for Yucks” (a review of “The Yuckiest Site on the Internet http://www.nj.com/yucky/” The Washington Post (July 31, 1997), p. B5.

"Paved with Voyeuristic Intentions" (a review of www.driveways.com) The Washington Post (June 12, 1997), p. B5.

ghostwriter for Lloyd Davis "Central Intelligence Agency Car Show" 61, 3 Antique Automobile (May–June 1997), pp. 10–11. (Included photo of me and my vehicle.)

"Ad Nauseam" The Washington Post (April 24, 1997), p. B5.

"Intelligence Test" The Washington Post (October 26, 1996), p. A21.

"Your Patriotic Duty: Top Ten Reasons to Vote for This Car" The Quarter Horse: The Newsletter of the National Capital Region Mustang Club, Inc. (September–October 1996), p. 4.

"Mail Interviews, II" 12, 12 The TImes: The Newsletter of the Santa Clara Valley TIPC Users Group (June 1996), p. 8.

"Life After CIA" 20, 2 CIRA Newsletter (The Newsletter of the Central Intelligence Retirees Association) (Summer 1995), p. 30.

"Find That Flick" 10, 6 The Joe Bob Report (March 21, 1994), p. 13 and 10, 27 (June 27, 1994), p. 14.

"Bucks to the Wind" Washington Post (February 5, 1994), p. A15.

"Revisionist History" Washington Post (November 22, 1993), p. A20.

"News That's No Laughing Matter" Washington Post (February 13, 1993), p. A29.

"Flyers Still Flying: Religious Broadcasts" 28 FOAFTale News: The Newsletter of the International Society for Contemporary Legend Research (December 1992), p. 8.

"Disorder in the New World Order? The Future of Terrorism" National Forum: The Phi Kappa Phi Journal (Fall 1992), pp. 33–34, reprinted in Charles Kegley and Eugene Wittkopf, eds. Global Agenda (Boston: McGraw Hill, 1994).

"A Contemporary Urban Legend About Funerals" 27 FOAFTale News: Journal of the International Society for Contemporary Legend Research (September 1992), p. 12.

"A Contemporary Urban Legend in Latin America" 26 FOAFTale News: Journal of the International Society for Contemporary Legend Research (June 1992), p. 11.

"Deadly Logic: Will Hostile Computer Code Become the Terrorism of the 1990s?" paper prepared for the Seminar on Countering Terrorism, sponsored by the Washington, D.C. Chapter of the Terrorist Activities Subcommittee of the American Society for Industrial Security, June 13, 1990.

"More Ties We'd Like to See" 26, 4 Land's End (April 1990), p. 41.

"What Constitutes State Support to Terrorists?" 3, 1 Journal of Terrorism and Political Violence (July 1989), pp. 287–293, reprinted as chapter 12 in Bernard Schechterman and Martin Slann, eds. Violence and Terrorism 91/92, second edition (Sluice Dock, Guilford, Connecticut: The Dushkin Publishing Group, Inc. 1991), pp. 38–40.

"Intraurethral Cocaine Administration" 34, 2 Journal of Irreproducible Results (November–December, 1988), pp. 23–24.

"Ciana's Birth Announcement" 2 Lamaze Parents' Magazine (1988) and Parents and Child/Washington Parent (Summer/Fall 1988).


"Shoot-'Em-Up Arcade Game (a review of Silo)" 4, 9 DirecTIons (September 1987), pp. 29–30.

"Need More Room? How About a 20-Meg Winchester on a Card... (a review of the Second Source Systems ProCard Model 1350)" 4, 5 DirecTIons (May 1987), pp. 32–34.

"Comment: Terrorists, Governments, and Numbers; Counting Things Versus Things That Count" 31, 1 Journal of Conflict Resolution (March 1987), pp. 54–62.

Bernie Tao with Ed Mickolus "A Mini-Casino on Your TIPC (a review of KCGames)" 4, 4 DirecTIons (April 1987), pp. 31–32.

"TI Shells Out (a review of TI-SHELL)" 4, 3 DirecTIons (March 1987), p. 31.

"Say 'CHEESE!' for Delicious Graphics (a review of the CHEESE graphics package)" 4, 2 DirecTIons (February 1987), pp. 26–27.

"TI Speaks! (a review of the Sheen Brothers Serious Synthesizer board)" 4,2 DirecTIons (February 1987), pp. 29–30.

"GalacTIc Fun (a review of Star Fleet I: The War Begins) 3, 11 DirecTIons (November 1986), pp. 35-36.

"Puttering Around the TIPC (a review of Pro-Golf)" 3, 11 DirecTIons (November 1986), pp. 34–35.

"The Message is Sublime (a review of Self Shrink)" 3, 4 DirecTIons (April, 1986), p. 25.

"Sink the Mighty TIPC (a review of Battleship)" 2, 10 DirecTIons (October 1985).

"Season's Greetings (a review of Holiday Graphics" 2, 11 DirecTIons (November 1985), pp. 23–25.

"Sing Along with the TIPC (a review of Music Man)" 2, 11 DirecTIons (November 1985), pp. 25–34.

"Tracking Halley's Comet (a review of Halley's Comet on your Home Computer" 3, 1 DirecTIons (January 1986), pp. 21–23.

"In the Chips! (a review of Casino I)" 3, 2 DirecTIons (February 1986), pp. 25–26.

"Geography Lesson (a review of States)" 3, 2 DirecTIons (February 1986), pp. 24–25.

"Supreme Test Rates Your Road to Heaven (a review of The Supreme Test)" 3, 2 DirecTIons (February 1986), p. 26.


"Benefits of User's Group Membership" 2, 10 TI Professional Computing (October 1985), pp. 31 34.

"Bibliography for Users of the Texas Instruments Professional Computer" 2, 1 TI Professional Computing (January 1985), p. 6.

"Sidesteps Towards an Error Compensated Method of Computing the Probability of Accuracy in Orthographic Biography" 29, 2 Journal of Irreproducible Results (1984), p. 29.

"Flight Simulators" 1, 8 TI Professional Computing (November 1984), pp, 6 7.

"Improving Professional Computing Magazines" 1, 5 TI Professional Computing (August 1984), pp. 5 6.

TI dBITS, a monthly column on the computer industry written for the newsletter of Texas Instruments Professional Computer Users Groups around the US, 1984 1985.

"The Double Standard in Nation Perception: Artifact Versus Main Effect" 10, 1 4 International Journal of Group Tensions (1980), pp. 38 60.

Edward Heyman and Edward Mickolus "Observations on 'Why Violence Spreads'" 24, 2 International Studies Quarterly (June 1980), pp. 299 305.

"International Terrorism in 1979" paper presented to the annual convention of the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, March 1980.

"Studying Terrorist Incidents: Issues in Conceptualization and Data Acquisition" paper presented to the annual convention of the International Studies Association, Los Angeles, March 1980.

Constance Rea and Edward Mickolus "Communication: Studying Publications Rates" 7, 1 International Studies Notes (Spring 1980), pp. 12 13.

"Multilateral Legal Efforts to Combat Terrorism: Diagnosis and Prognosis" 6, 1 Ohio Northern University Law Review (1979), pp. 13 51.

"Reflections on the Study of Terrorism" paper presented to the Panel on Violence and Terror of the Conference on Complexity: A Challenge to the Adaptive Capacity of American Society, 1776¬-1976, sponsored by the Society for General Systems Research, held at the Loyola College Conference Center, Columbia, Maryland, March 24 26, 1977, 9 pp.

"Project ITERATE: Quantitative Studies of Transnational Terror¬ism" paper presented to the annual convention of the Northeast Political Science Association, November 11 13, 1976, at the Jug End, South Egremont, Massachusetts, 49 pp., reprinted by the US Department of State, INR/XR as FAR 26105 N.


"International Terrorism: Review and Projection" address to the Conference on Terrorism and the American Corporation, sponsored by Probe International, Inc., held in New York City, September 14 15, 1976, 51 pp., tables and graphics available from Probe. Updated for conferences held in Los Angeles, January 11 12, 1977, and Chicago, September 26 27, 1977.

"Models of the United Nations: Contemporary Developments in Research and Teaching" 67, 4 The Social Studies (July August, 1976), pp. 171 174.

David L. Milbank with Edward Mickolus International and Transna¬tional Terrorism: Diagnosis and Prognosis (available from Washington, D.C.: US Document Expediting Project, Library of Congress, PR 76 10030, April 1976), 46 pp.

"Sanctions and the Case of Southern Africa" 7, 1 Journal of the John Hay Society for Foreign Affairs (Spring 1975), pp. 7 10.

Christopher M. Rocca, Robert F. Simmons, Julie Christiano and Edward Mickolus Preparing a Delegation for a High School Model United Nations: A Bibliography (New York: National Collegiate Conference Association, 1974).

BOOK REVIEWS

“A Most Impressive Piece of Scholarship on Fake Attribution: review of Garson O’Toole Hemingway Didn’t Say That” Goodreads.com March 28, 2017.

“Review of Christopher Moran Company Confessions: Secrets, Memoirs, and the CIA New York: St. Martin’s, 2015, 346 pp.” in 22, 2 The Intelligencer: The Journal of the Association of Former Intelligence Officers Fall 2016, pp 136–137 and in XLI, 3 CIRA Quarterly 2016, pp. 28–30.

"Review of Sean Anderson and Stephen Sloan Historical Dictionary of Terrorism (Metuchen, New Jersey and London: The Scarecrow Press, Inc., 1995), 496 pp. Volume 4 of Historical Dictionaries of Religions, Philosophies and Movements." 16, 1 Journal of Conflict Studies (Spring 1996), pp. 179–181.

"Review of Keith Harley and Nick Hooper The Economics of Defence, Disarmament and Peace Aldershot: Edward Elgar Publishing, Ltd., 1990)" Journal of Defence Economics

"Review of David Carlton and Carlo Schaerf, eds. Contemporary Terror: Studies in Sub State Violence (New York: St. Martin's, 1981)" 77, 1 American Political Science Review (March 1983), p. 232.

"Review of Stephen Sloan Simulating Terrorism (University of Oklahoma Press, 1981)" 75, 4 American Political Science Review (December 1981), p. 1027.

"Review of Ernest Evans Calling a Truce to Terror: The American Response to International Terrorism" 74, 3 American Political Science Review (September 1980), pp. 874 876.

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