Jihadist Terror

New Threats, New Responses
 
 
I.B. Tauris (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 22. August 2019
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 336 Seiten
978-1-78831-553-1 (ISBN)
 
The past 18 months have seen a radical increase in incidents of jihadist terrorism within the United Kingdom - from the Manchester Arena attack, to the Houses of Parliament, to London Bridge. As a result, there are renewed calls for a high-level national conversation about the causes of, and the responses to, this particular terrorist problem.
This book identifies policy and research gaps from an evidence-based perspective - it analyses what we know, what we don't know and what we need to know in relation to understanding and countering the jihadist terrorist threat. It provides readers with a synthesis of the knowledge and evidence that exists on each of the key topic areas, representing a distinctive and valuable resource for policymakers, academics and students. The contributors to the volume are leading international and national experts, from both the scholarly and policy-making communities, who are ideally placed to comment on the question of jihadist terrorism and the future of the threat in the UK.
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
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  • Höhe: 234 mm
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978-1-78831-553-1 (9781788315531)
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Anthony Richards is Reader in Criminology and Programme Leader for Criminology and Criminal Justice and the University of East London.
Devorah Margolin is a Senior Research Analyst at CoJiT-UK, a Research Fellow at the Centre for Policy Studies and a PhD Candidate in the Department of War Studies, King's College, London.
Nicolo Scremin is a Research Analyst at CoJiT-UK and a Master's student in Terrorism, Security and Society at King's College London.
Introduction by Anthony Richards
Chapter One: Understanding the Ideological Antecedents of Salafi-Jihadi Terrorism by Shiraz Maher
Chapter Two: The Impact of Jihadist Terrorist Narratives and How to Counter Them by Kurt Braddock
Chapter Three: The Impact of Conspiracy Theories and How to Counter Them by Amarnath Amarasingam
Chapter Four: The International Context of UK Radicalisation Threats by Petter Nesser
Chapter Five: Evidence for the Relationship Between Extremist 'Non-Violent' Ideas and Violent Radicalisation by Emman El-Badawy
Chapter Six: A Demography of British Muslims by Tufyal Choudhury
Chapter Seven: Attitudes Towards Muslims from Non-Muslims in the UK by Maria Sobolewska
Chapter Eight: The Impact of Structural Inequalities, Integration, Otherness and Discrimination by Tahir Abbas
Chapter Nine: The Role of Community Engagement and the Practical Role of Moderate and Non-Violent Extremist Movements in Combating Jihadist Terrorism by Basia Spalek and Salwa El-Awa
Chapter Ten: The Role and Impact of Women's Influence in Radicalisation and Counter-Radicalisation by Katherine Brown
Chapter Eleven: Psychological Dimensions of Terrorism by Max Taylor
Chapter Twelve: How Jihadist Recruitment Really Works by Jytte Klausen
Chapter Thirteen: The Role and Impact of Encryption as Facilitator and Pros and Cons of the Encryption Intervention Debate by Carl Miller
Chapter Fourteen: Prisons and Madrassas as Mechanisms and Vehicles of Violent Radicalisation? By Andrew Silke
Chapter Fifteen: Improved Terrorist Practical Learning Potentials from Internet-Based Platforms by Anne Stenersen
Chapter Sixteen: Lone-Actor Terror by Paul Gill
Chapter Seventeen: Returning Foreign Fighters by Richard Barrett
Chapter Eighteen: Responding to Terrorism Through Legislation by Max Hill Q.C.
Chapter Nineteen: The Legislative Response to Terrorism by Lord David Anderson K.B.E., Q.C.
Chapter Twenty: Independent Assessment of the Current Balance between Counter-Terrorism Legislation and Civil Liberties by Jessie Blackbourn and Clive Walker
Chapter Twenty One: An Assessment of Prevent and the Challenges Ahead by Therese O'Toole
Chapter Twenty Two: Intelligence-led Policing and Counter-Terrorism by Michael Clarke
Chapter Twenty Three: Successes and Failures of UK's counter-terrorism, counter-radicalisation and Prevent Strategy by John Gearson
Chapter Twenty Four: An Independent Assessment of the UK's Capacity and Capabilities Devoted to Countering Jihadist Terrorism by Richard Walton
Chapter Twenty Five: Personal and Organisational Patterns of Known Terrorists and Related Groups in the UK since 1998 by Raffaello Pantucci
Chapter Twenty Six: Countering Violent Extremism in Europe by Peter R. Neumann
Chapter Twenty Seven: What Accounts for the Lack of a CVE Strategy in the USA? By Lorenzo Vidino
Conclusion by Anthony Richards
By bringing together world leading experts to authoritatively synthesise research on key issues Jihadist Terror has provided that much-needed starting point for all of us who wish to understand the varied complexity of modern day jihadist terrorism. A hugely impressive achievement which will provide important reading for years to come. * John Morrison, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Royal Holloway, University of London and host of the 'Talking Terror' podcast *

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