Terrorism studies: What we have forgotten and what we now know
journal contributionposted on 2018-06-14, 12:36 authored by Caroline Kennedy-PipeCaroline Kennedy-Pipe
In our current troubled times, terrorism and the threat of attacks on liberal states preoccupies both policymakers and much of the scholarly community. Four important books are reviewed here. These works represent the evolution of thinking on terrorism over the last three turbulent decades. Revisiting earlier thinking and bringing debates up to date about how to understand and respond to violent threats allows us to ponder what we ‘now know’ and may not know about terrorism and liberal states.
- Social Sciences
- Politics and International Studies
Published inGOVERNMENT AND OPPOSITION
Pages356 - 384
CitationKENNEDY-PIPE, C., 2018. Terrorism studies: What we have forgotten and what we now know. Government and Opposition, 53(2), pp. 356-384.
Publisher© The Author 2017. Published by Government and Opposition Limited and Cambridge University Press
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NotesThis paper was accepted for publication in the journal Government and Opposition and the definitive published version is available at https://doi.org/10.1017/gov.2017.36