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Volume 26, Issue 2 (2021)
‘Counterterrorism’ and Human Rights, Twenty Years after 9/11: Part I

https://doi.org/10.53833/PEFR6425

Table of Contents

Articles

Knowledge, Truth, and Interest: A Critique of the Political Ontology of ‘Terrorism’
Ben Ahmed Hougua

Critique of Justificatory Tendencies in Counter-terrorism Policies: The Case of Iraq
Nabil Zegaoui

Humanitarianism Without Rights: Refugee Securitisation and the Politics of Containment in Jordan Post 9-11
Suraina Pasha

Views

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

Views: Sectarianism, Authoritarianism, and the Rise of ISIS in Iraq
Matthew Bamber

Book Reviews

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

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Maher Hamoud

Associate lecturer at the University of Leuven. Within the domain of Political Economy of Development, his current research is focused on the intersectionality between topics of development politics, value chains, industrialisation, and international trade with the Global South.

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