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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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Book Reviews

Book Review: The ‘War on Terror,’ State Crime, and Radicalisation by Shamila Ahmed

Since its start twenty years ago in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks on the US, the ‘war on terror’…

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Views: Have We Understood Transformations in Tunisia over the Last Decade?

This text offers a critical reading of the perspective from which many human rights activists have understood transformations in Tunisia…

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The Implications of the Covid-19 Pandemic for Human Rights in Syria

Abstract This research is unusual in that it looks at the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic for human rights in…

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Views: Comments on Bahey eldin Hassan’s ‘Defending Human Rights in the Time of COVID-19’

In a recent contribution, Bahey eldin Hassan discusses three broad dynamics that alone or in partial combination could shape global…

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Book Review – Not Enough: Human Rights in an Unequal World

The history of human rights, with its roots in religion, philosophy and revolution, stretches back centuries. Yet, as Samuel Moyn,…

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Views: Understanding Risks and Investing in Opportunities while Defending Human Rights in the Time of COVID-19

In the time of COVID-19, the situation in the Arab region and the rest of the world – aside from…

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Libya Unprepared for Peace: Crisis Exacerbated by Lack of Consensus while Constitution Remains in Limbo

Abstract In over eight years since its transitional phase began, Libya has become a state riven by political divisions and…

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