The Georgetown Security Studies Review is very proud to present a new special issue: “What the New Administration Needs to Know About Terrorism and Counterterrorism”. This issue contains articles and remarks from some of the world’s eminent scholars of terrorism and counterterrorism, who gathered at Georgetown University on 26-27 January, 2017 for a conference jointly hosted by Georgetown University’s Center for Security Studies and the Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence of the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
The special issue is available for download here.
The GSSR would like to graciously thank all who made contributions to this important special issue!
Please direct all inquiries regarding this issue to the Georgetown Security Studies Review Editor-in-Chief at GSSR@georgetown.edu.
For downloads of individual articles in this issue, please see the following links:
- Bruce Hoffman, “The Evolving Terrorist Threat and Counterterrorism Options for the Trump Administration”
- Hanin Ghaddar, “Perceiving the Shia Dimension of Terrorism”
- Sir David Veness, “Global Trends in Terrorism”
- Tim Wilson, “Back to the Future: The Historian and the Threat Horizon”
- Michael Vickers, “What the Trump Administration Needs to Know: Lessons Learned from Fifteen Years of Counterterrorism Campaigns”
- Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, “Violent Non-State Actors in the Age of Social Media: A Twenty-First Century Problem Requires a Twenty-First Century Toolkit”
- Jytte Klausen, “The Myth of Homegrown Terrorism”
- Diego Muro, “The Political Economy of Terrorism in Europe: The Integration of Supply and Demand Side Approaches at City Level”
- Fernando Reinares, “Jihadist Mobilization, Undemocratic Salafism, and Terrorist Threat in the European Union”
- Richard English, “Trump Counterterrorism: The Five Foundations for Success”
- Elizabeth Grimm Arsenault, “Law, Counterterrorism, and Intelligence Gathering: Recommendations for the Trump Administration”
- Mark Currie, “Intelligence Challenges: An Historical Perspective”
- Paula Doyle, “Four Policy Actions Needed to Strengthen US and Coalition Efforts Against al-Qa’ida, ISIL, and Hizballah”
- Paul R. Pillar, “Terrorism and Current Challenges for Intelligence”