Intelligence, Security and Policing Post-9/11: The UK's Response to the 'War on Terror'

Hardcover | December 1, 2008

EditorJon Moran

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Discussing the UK experience in the ‘war on terror’, this book critically analyses the discourse of ‘war’ and ideas of the politics of panic, as well as forensically analyzing the effectiveness of counter-terrorist policies such as intelligence gathering and processing, counter-terrorist finance and public order.

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Discussing the UK experience in the ‘war on terror’, this book critically analyses the discourse of ‘war’ and ideas of the politics of panic, as well as forensically analyzing the effectiveness of counter-terrorist policies such as intelligence gathering and processing, counter-terrorist finance and public order.

JON MORAN is Reader in Criminal Justice at the University of Wolverhampton, UK. He has published on policing, security, corruption and democratization. He is the author of Policing the Peace in Northern Ireland.MARK PHYTHIAN is Professor of Politics in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Leicest...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:260 pages, 8.6 × 5.6 × 0.9 inPublished:December 1, 2008Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0230551912

ISBN - 13:9780230551916

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Table of Contents

Introduction; J. Moran & M. Phythian
PART I: SECURITY, INTELLIGENCE AND COUNTER TERRORISM
Understanding Security, Intelligence and Liberty after 9/11; J. Moran
In the Shadow of 9/11: Security, Intelligence and Terrorism in the UK; M. Phythian
The Pursuit of Terrorism with Intelligence; C. Walker
Counter-Terrorist Finance Policies in the UK: The ‘Silver Bullet’ for Terrorism?; P. Sproat
PART II: CIVIL LIBERTIES AND COUNTER TERRORISM
A Chilling Consensus: Political Protest in the UK and the ‘War on Terror’; C. Newman
National Security, Religious Liberty and Counter Terrorism; I. Leigh
The Torture Debate: A Perspective from the United Kingdom; P. Rumney
PART III: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES
Law, Intelligence and Politics in Australia’s ‘War on Terror’;  C. Michaelsen
Counterterrorism in the Netherlands after 9/11: the ‘Dutch approach’; B. A. de Graaf & B. G.J. de Graaff
The Spanish Experience of Countering Terrorism: from ETA to al Qa’eda; R. Alonso
Conclusion; J. Moran & M. Phythian
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