Journal of Terrorism Research, Volume 6, Issue 1 (2015)
Author: HA Eiselt, J Bhadury, Samuel Tyler Powers, Irfan Ciftci, Sedat Kula, Emanuel Boussios, Sarah V Marsden
Handa Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence (CSTPV)
This issue of the "Journal of Terrorism Research" explores terrorist activities around the world and the specific counterterrorism strategies employed by the UK, Turkey and the US to address them.
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Author: Peter Border, Carla Washbourne
House of Commons Library
This note provides an overview of current and future applications, and opportunities and barriers for civilian use of unmanned aircraft.
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New Ways of War: Is Remote Control Warfare Effective?
Author: Caroline Donnellan, Esther Kersley, Scott Hickie, Chris Abbott, Raphaël Zaffran, Alice K Ross, Jack Serle, Tom Wills, Paul Gill, Wali Aslam, Crofton Black, Alberto Muti, Katherine Tajer, Larry Macfaul, Richard Reeve, Zoe Pelter, Kate Hofstra, Elizabeth Minor
Remote Control Project
This publication features a number of articles that focus on whether using 'hard power' at a distance, especially through the use of drones, is an effective way to solve a state's security problems.
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Down the Slippery Slope? A Study of Contemporary Dual-use Chemical and Life Science Research Potentially Applicable to Incapacitating Chemical Agent Weapons
Author: Michael Crowley, Malcolm Dando
Bradford Non-Lethal Weapons Research Project (BNLWRP) /
University of Bath Department of Politics, Languages & International Studies
Drawing on cases studies from a number of countries, this report explores contemporary research into a range of pharmaceutical chemicals that could potentially be – rightly or wrongly - construed as being linked to the study or development of incapac...
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