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Understanding collective violence : the communicative and performative qualities of violence in acts of belonging
(Cambridge University Press, 2014-11) - Book item,
This chapter explores the motivations for joining violent groups across arange of circumstances. In particular, the chapter will explore the similarities in the role of violence as a marker of identity within groups as ...
Female terrorism and militancy
(Routledge, 2016-04-29) - Book item,
State responses to victims of terrorism needs in Spain
(Palgrave, 2015-02) - Book item,
The chapter studies the provision and delivery of services to Spanish victims of terrorism by state entities. It also provides a historical account of the evolution of the system whilst taking into consideration the impact ...
To be or not to be a state? Role contestation in the debate over Scottish Independence
(Routledge, 2016-05-11) - Book item,
Europe and the Middle East : from imperialism to liberal peace?
(2012-07) - Journal article,
Europe’s relation with the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) is discussed in the context of normative (International Society) and materialist approaches (World System’s Theory). First, European imperialism’s export of a ...
American invasion of Iraq : causes and consequences
(2007-01) - Journal article,
Examines the causes of the US invasion n terms of US global grand strategy, the US strategic position in the Middle East and the interests of the ruling coalition. Focuses on the consequences: the destruction of Iraq; ...
Review of 'Lone Wolf Terrorism'
(2013-09-24) - Journal item,
Algeria versus the Arab Spring
(2013-07) - Journal article,
What accounts for continuing authoritarian success in the Arab world today? In light of the “Arab Spring,” explanations of “authoritarian resilience” in the region clearly need to be revised. Consider the example of Algeria, ...
Media metrics : how Arab and Western media construct success and failure in the ‘Global War on Terror’
(2013-12) - Journal article,
The media has played an important role in the ‘Global War on Terror’, and has received significant scholarly attention as a result. However, the way in which different media represent and construct notions of success and ...