Terrorism and European security governance
GOFAS, Andreas (editor/s)
Florence : European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, 2018Global Governance Programme, [Europe in the World]
GOFAS, Andreas (editor/s), Terrorism and European security governance, Florence : European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, 2018Global Governance Programme, [Europe in the World] - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/55184
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We face four kinds of terrorist problem. The first is practical and the second analytical and our difficulties in responding to the practical problem have been significantly exacerbated by our failings with regard to the analytical. The third kind of terrorist problem is informational and the fourth perceptual. For many years, data-driven analysis and information regarding the terrorist risk Europe is facing have failed to reach mainstream audiences. At the same time, the considerable counter-terrorism efforts made by both the EU and NATO have gone somewhat unnoticed by the European public. In effect, the threat of terrorism remains a source of much public anxiety. This volume brings together academics and practitioners in an attempt to enrich the dialogue between the two communities and address the analytical and governance challenges we face in the ongoing fight again terrorism.
Table of Contents:
-- Introduction. Andreas Gofas 1; -- Understanding Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century. Richard English 3; -- The Interaction between Counterterrorism and Terrorist Groups. Isabelle Duyvesteyn 6; -- The New Crime-Terror Nexus in Europe. Rajan Basra & Peter R. Neumann 10; -- Jihadist Strategies on the Internet. Antonis Samouris 17; -- The Post 9/11 UK Counterterrorism Strategy. Jonathan Evans 23 -- Terrorism and the NATO Contribution. Jamie Shea 27 -- NATO Broods on Counter Terrorism. Juliette Bird 32 -- The Recent Development of Europol: An Alternative for a European FBI?!. Wil van Gemert 36
This publication is based on a June 2017 workshop that was sponsored by NATO’s Public Diplomacy Division. Views expressed in it reflect the opinion of individual authors and should not be construed as representing an official position of NATO.
Cadmus permanent link: https://hdl.handle.net/1814/55184
Full-text via DOI: 10.2870/132977
Series/Number: Global Governance Programme; [Europe in the World]
Publisher: European University Institute
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