Author profile: Lee Jarvis

Lee Jarvis is a Reader in International Security at the University of East Anglia. He is (co-) author or editor of nine books on the politics of terror and security, including Anti-terrorism, Citizenship and Security (MUP, 2015) and Terrorism: A Critical Introduction (Palgrave, 2011). Web: www.leejarvis.com; Twitter: @LeeJarvisPols

After Paris: What Should (Not) Be Done?

After Paris: What Should (Not) Be Done?

In the wake of the Paris events, thinking more carefully about the contexts of these terror attacks is a useful start to normalising responses to terrorism.

Al Qaeda in 2012

Al Qaeda in 2012

Al Qaeda no longer poses a serious international threat, due to key developments in the strategic, political and public realms after 9/11 which have severely limited its capacity to conduct international terrorism.

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