Javier Argomaniz
International Perspectives on Terrorist Victimisation. An Interdisciplinary Approach Edited by Javier Argomaniz and Orla LynchBasingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015
How are individual and public experiences of victimisation constructed? What are the ways in which they are shaped by sub-national terrorism or controversial counter-terror responses?
Dr Javier Argomaniz
Post-9/11, the EU has emerged as a transformed counter-terrorist actor. But how coherent has its role been?
The EU and Counter-Terrorism: Politics, Polity and Policies after 9/11 by Javier Argomaniz London: Routledge, 2011
Richard English
We need a new framework for understanding terrorism: one which looks synoptically at terrorism, counter-terrorism, and the mutually shaping relationship between them.
Illusions of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism by Richard English Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015
We need to take an historical approach to answering this vital question, and to balance in-depth case studies with wider-angled comparative analysis.
Does Terrorism Work by Richard English Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016
Anonymous Soldiers provides a uniquely detailed and sustained account of one of the 20th Century’s most consequential terrorist and counterterrorist campaigns while posing the uncomfortable question whether terrorism is an effective means of achieving fundamental political change.
Bruce Hoffman
Anonymous Soldiers Bruce Hoffman and Fernando Reinares (eds) Columbia University Press, 2014
How far have the character and activities of al-Qaida changed in the years since 9/11, and what is the pre-eminent terrorist threat faced by the world today?
The Evolution of the Global Terrorist Threat Bruce Hoffman and Fernando Reinares (eds) Columbia University Press, 2014
How far has the just war tradition (often seen as involving the restraint of war) in fact developed in recent times in the opposite direction, justifying an even greater expansion of the scope of the use of force? And how should we respond to this problematic development? This book argues that the modern tradition is best seen in the light of the rise of a certain kind of teleocratic politics and suggests how and why such a development is problematic.
Nick Rengger
Just War and International Order: The Uncivil Condition in World Politics by Nicholas Rengger Cambridge University Press, 2013
Tim Wilson
Ethnic conflicts often produce very different patterns of violence at the grassroots – what factors drive this?
Frontiers of Violence: Conflict and Identity in Ulster and Upper Silesia, 1918–1922 by Tim Wilson Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2010
Tim Wilson
What has the UN done against terrorism? When did it all start? And why in the 1970s?
Dr Bernhard Blumenau
The United Nations and Terrorism: Germany, Multilateralism, and Antiterrorism Efforts in the 1970s by Bernhard Blumenau Palgrave Macmillan 2014
Bernhard Blumenau
What experiences have different countries in different regions had with terrorism?
An International History of Terrorism. Western and Non-western Experiences. Bernhard Blumenau and Jussi Hanhimäki (eds) Routledge, 2013
Caron Gentry
Critiques the gendered characterisations of violent women to retheorize people’s violence in global politics
Beyond Mothers, Monsters, Whores: Thinking About Women’s Violence in Global Politics by Caron E. Gentry, Laura Sjoberg London: Zed Books, 2015