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TSAS WP17-03: The Experience of Canadian Muslim Civil-society Organization and Activists in Influencing and Shaping Counter-terrorism Legislation and Policy

Publisher: TSAS
Geography: United Kingdom
Year: 2017
Description:

The main objective of this research is to understand the experiences of Canadian Muslim civil-society organisations that seek to influence counter-terrorism legislation and policy. I use the public debate surrounding – …

Somali identity and support for al Shabaab in Canada, the U.S., and the U.K.

Year: 2012

Cowardly Traitor or Heroic Whistleblower? The Impact of Edward Snowden’s Disclosures on Canada and the United Kingdom’s Security Establishments

Author(s): Alati — Daniel
Year: 2015

Current National Security and Human Rights Issues in the UK, Canada and Hong Kong

Author(s): Alati — Daniel
Year: 2016

TSAS WP14-10: Social Perspectives on National Security: A review of recent literature

Publisher: TSAS
Year: 2014
Description:

This review was commissioned by TSAS to survey the ways in which academic researchers have been trying to understand the experiences of exclusion by marginalized youth, and how these might – …

France-UK Defence Cooperation and Mali

Author(s): Gomis– Benoît
Publisher: Chatham House
Year: 2013

Woolwich Attack: Managing Fear

Author(s): Gomis– Benoît
Publisher: Chatham House
Year: 2013

Franco-British Defence and Security Treaties: Entente While it Lasts?

Author(s): Gomis– Benoît
Publisher: Chatham House
Year: 2011

Islamic Terrorism in the UK since 9/11: Reassessing the ‘Soft’ Response

Publisher: Chatham House
Year: 2011

‘Have A Go’: British Army/MI5 Agent-running Operations in Northern Ireland, 1970–72

Year: 2012
Description:

Early in the Northern Ireland conflict the army took the lead in intelligence operations, including Humint. This article examines the case of ‘Observer B’, an agent run jointly with MI5. – …

A Public Health Approach to Understanding and Preventing Violent Radicalization

Publisher: BioMed Central
Year: 2012
Description:

Very recent acts of terrorism in the UK were perpetrated by ‘homegrown’, well educated young people, rather than by foreign Islamist groups; consequently, a process of violent radicalization was proposed – …

The Unique Challenges of Terrorism Prosecutions: Towards a Workable Relation between Intelligence and Evidence

Author(s): Roach-- Kent
Year: 2010
Description:

The focus in this study isle on the unique challenges presented by terrorism prosecutions especially those relating to the disclosure of otherwise secret intelligence. (Source: Publication).

Belonging? Diversity, Recognition and Shared Citizenship in Canada

Year: 2007

Contested Topologies of UK Counterterrorist Surveillance: the Rise and Fall of Project Champion

Author(s): Fussey-- Pete
Year: 2013
Description:

This article empirically analyses the provenance, application and abandonment of Project Champion, a scheme designed to encircle two Birmingham neighbourhoods with surveillance cameras. (Source: Publication).