Post Tagged with: "War on Terror"

Review – The Empty Throne: America’s Abdication of Global Leadership

Review – The Empty Throne: America’s Abdication of Global Leadership

Daalder and Lindsay’s book critiques the loss of US leadership under Trump but fails to break new ground or present a clear account of what leadership is or should be.

Interview – Edmund Clark

Interview – Edmund Clark

Award-winning artist Edmund Clark discusses his work on state practices associated with the war on terror such as torture and extraordinary rendition and visual politics.

Interview – Austin Carson

Interview – Austin Carson

Austin Carson talks about his new book Secret Wars, the case of the US’ War on Terror, war as a ‘performance’, monitoring state activities and unpredictable leaders.

Cold War Theories, War on Terror Practices

Cold War Theories, War on Terror Practices

Old reference points no longer hold in an age marked by transnational security threats that do not align with traditional security frameworks.

Interview – Paul Rogers

Interview – Paul Rogers

Professor Paul Rogers discusses the control paradigm, sustainable security and remote warfare, the lessons of the War on Terror and President Trump’s security strategy.

The Next Front in a Very Long War

The Next Front in a Very Long War

War memorials are ways in which nations define the conflict for posterity and thus are intensely political in presence and purpose.

Drone Technology and the Trump Doctrine

Drone Technology and the Trump Doctrine

Trump is not breaking new ground in using greater lethal force than predecessors and ignoring international law, rather taking the direction towards a logical conclusion.

Russians as Terrorist Victims

Russians as Terrorist Victims

If we are ever to co-exist in peace and with mutual understanding with Russia, we could begin by signalling that Russian victims of terrorism are no less important than others.

Transnational Terrorism

Transnational Terrorism

Terrorist groups are products of their time and, just everyday citizens, live in a globalised world. They are both shaped by globalisation and contribute to it by their actions.

The Importance of the Chilcot Report for International Relations Scholars

The Importance of the Chilcot Report for International Relations Scholars

Academics should focus more on the processes by which power is exercised through organised persuasive communication and manipulative propaganda.

Review – Hollywood 9/11: Superheroes, Supervillains and Super Disasters

Review – Hollywood 9/11: Superheroes, Supervillains and Super Disasters

From documentaries to Team America, the rich material that Pollard describes might help one understand what entertainment in the new millennium is grounded upon.

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