Counter-Terrorism

Counter-Terrorism

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Views: The Impact of Counter-Terrorism Measures on Human Rights in the Middle East and North Africa

In 2005, I presented a paper[1] at a conference on the impact that governmental counter-terrorism measures, adopted after the 9/11…

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Views: How the Assad Regime Helped Create, Support, and Perpetuate ‘ISIS’?

On 16 November 1986, on the sixteenth anniversary of the so-called Corrective Movement,[1] Syrian president Hafez al-Assad strenuously denied that…

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‘Moderate’ Islam in Western Counterterrorism Praxes: Countering Extremism or Coercing Negligence?

Abstract Moderate Islam has been emphasised in Western counterterrorism praxes. In what ways are the Islamic perspective on moderation incorporated…

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Views: Global Trends and Regional Consequences of the Growth of Counter-Terrorism after 9/11

Terrorism is paradoxically both an epiphenomenal and constant phenomenon. The ubiquity of terrorism is predictable yet simultaneously its pathways are…

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