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Between Iraq and a hard place
Times Higher Education Supplement, 31 January 2008
In an otherwise usefully myth-debunking work on risk management in an age of war, there is no admission that debate on the invasion must go beyond cost-benefit analysis.
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A battle of ideas in which understanding lies among the casualties
Times Higher Education Supplement, 19 January 2007
As Paul Wilkinson's book, Terror v Democracy illustrates, what analysts do best today is to describe what, when and where events happen. What they are weakest at is explaining why.
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We are the enemies within
Times Higher Education Supplement, 22 September 2006
It is not a clash of civilisations but our own cultural self-loathing and pessimistic outlook that motivates young terrorists, many of them born in the West.
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Terror in the first person
Times Higher Education Supplement, 5 August 2005
Review of Talking to Terrorists by Robin Soans
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Don’t send in the tanks
Times Higher Education Supplement, 30 July 2004
Using the Army to deter animal activists will not win over public opinion.
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Political tunnel vision is today’s real terror
Times Higher Education Supplement, 26 March 2004
In retreating from the world and politics, we all become more vulnerable - as the people and politicians of Spain have learnt.
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Political tunnel vision is today’s real terror
THES, 24 March 2004
In retreating from the world and politics, we all become more vulnerable - as the people and politicians of Spain have learnt.
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Social bonds can withstand most bombs
Times Higher Education Supplement, 19 December 2003
Terrorism aimed at a divided society will never be countered by technical efforts alone - real resilience can come only from common purpose.
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From the rules of engagement to passionless marriages
Times Higher Education Supplement, 28 November 2003
Review of Conflict: From Analysis to Intervention, edited by Sandra Cheldelin, Daniel Druckman and Larissa Fast
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The fear and self-loathing in Las Vegas
Times Higher Education Supplement, 17 October 2003
Now even the Americans are anti-American.
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A diabolical deal that still endangers democracy
Times Higher Education Supplement, 28 March 2003
Review of The Final Frontier: America, Science, and Terror, by Dominick Jenkins
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Men without a mission make poor soldiers
Times Higher Education Supplement, 21 February 2003
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Why I… think a dialogue with the public will undermine science
Times Higher Education Supplement, 12 April 2002
Do our scientists really need to display a greater degree of humility and place more emphasis on the uncertainty of their experiments to regain our trust?
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