John Francis Murphy, American law educator, consultant. Bar: District of Columbia 1963, Kansas 1970, Pennsylvania 1987. Member of American Bar Association (alternate representative to United States Mission to United Nations 2006-2007, Louis B. John award 2011), International Law Association (honorary vice president, American Branch since 2005, patron since 2009), American Society International Law.
Afro-Asia Public Service fellow, India, 1962-1963. Associate Winthrop, Stimson, Putnam & Roberts, New York City, 1963-1964. Attorney Office Legal Advisory, Department State, Washington, 1964-1967.
Associate Kirkland, Ellis, Hodson, Chaffetz & Masters, 1967-1969. Associate professor law University Kansas, Lawrence, 1969-1972, professor law, 1972-1984, associate dean School Law, 1975-1977. Visiting professor law Villanova University, Pennsylvania, 1983-1984, professor law school law, since 1984.
Visiting professor law Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, fall 1979, Georgetown University, summer 1982, San Diego University, summer Paris, 1986, 95, Mexico City, 1988, London, 1989, Louisiana State University summer, Aix-en-Provence, 1990, Haifa (Israel) University, 1997. Charles H. Stockton Professor International Law, Naval War College, 1980-1981.
- The Psychology of Terrorism (Political Violence)
- To understand the psychology of those who engage in terrorism, John Horgan draws on interviews with terrorists and analyzes current evidence to argue that only by asking the right questions about this complex problem, and by answering them with evidence, can we truly begin to understand the nature of terrorism and respond effectively.
- The Evolving Dimensions of International Law: Hard Choices for the World Community
- The book examines recent developments in sources of public international law, such as treaties and custom operating among nations in their mutual relations, as well as developments in some of the primary rule of law international institutions created by the processes of public international law.
- Encyclopedia of Terrorism and Political Violence
- Containing around 200 entries, it is a valuable one-volume source of information about terrorism and political violence and includes factual reports of major terrorist incidents, taking in current theories, concepts and measures.
- Countering Terrorism and WMD: Creating a Global Counter-Terrorism Network (Political Violence)
- This volume shows us that in order to deal with today’s Fourth Generation asymmetric warfare by terrorist groups using conventional arms and weapons of mass destruction, we need a new ‘global networked’ approach.