Author profile: Jack Holland

Dr Jack Holland is a Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Surrey and part of the new Centre for International Intervention. He has written extensively on 9/11 and the War on Terror.

Do the Roots of Violent Radicalisation Lie Where The UK Government Suspects They Do?

Jack Holland • Oct 25 2012 • Articles

‘The Roots of Violent Radicalisation’ report reviews the UK’s counter-terrorism strategy PREVENT. It identifies suspected places where radicalisation takes place despite there being little evidence to suggest that any of these forums drive the process.

The Obama Doctrine: Intervention after the War on Terror

Jack Holland • May 23 2011 • Articles

The shooting of Osama Bin Laden, President Obama’s latest foreign policy speech, and the looming drawdown of American forces in Afghanistan all point towards a welcome possibility: the sun may soon set on the War on Terror. And as Obama is acutely aware, America’s tomorrow is still to be written.

Celebrating the Death of Evil

Jack Holland • May 5 2011 • Articles

The death of Osama bin Laden is far more important for the United States than it is for Islamic terrorism. While the shooting of Al Qaeda’s leader will certainly damage the morale of would-be jihadists around the world, the most significant impact will be at home.

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