Dr. Frank Foley (Kings College, London)
Countering Terrorism in Britain and France: Institutions, Norms and the Shadow of the Past.
Counter-Terrorist Operations in Britain and France: Societal Norms, Strategy and Community Though Britain and France have faced a similar terrorist threat since September 11 2001, they have often responded in different ways to the challenges it posed. This seminar discusses Frank Foleys new book on British and French responses to Islamist terrorism. Dr Foley has interviewed almost 40 counter-terrorism officials in the two countries. He will discuss the different approaches that the British and French governments have taken to counter-terrorist operations, outlining how the two countries different historical experiences and societal norms have shaped their responses to Islamist terrorism.
|An Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies seminar|
|Date||4 December 2013|
|Time||17:15 to 19:00|
|Place||Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies|
Tea and Coffee in the common room 16:30 lecture theatre 1 at 17:17 for talk
Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies