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Episode 54  |  57:14 min

Counter-terrorism: unpacking the concepts of 'sanctuaries' and 'safe havens'

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Episode 54  |  57:14 min  |  09.28.2021

Counter-terrorism: unpacking the concepts of 'sanctuaries' and 'safe havens'

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This is a podcast episode titled, Counter-terrorism: unpacking the concepts of 'sanctuaries' and 'safe havens'. The summary for this episode is: <p>In this podcast we speak to Dr Michael Innes about counter-terrorism. We cover the concepts of 'sanctuaries' and 'safe havens' in the context of America´s post-9/11 discourse.</p><p>Dr Michael Innes is Director of the Conflict Records Unit and a Visiting Senior Research Fellow in the Department of War Studies, King's College London. He is the author of Streets Without Joy: A Political History of Sanctuary and War, 1959-2009. Streets is his fifth book-length publication.</p>
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Dr Michael Innes
Director, Conflict Records Unit, King's College London
Michael A Innes is Director of the Conflict Records Unit and a Visiting Senior Research Fellow in the Department of War Studies, King's College London. He is the author of Streets Without Joy: A Political History of Sanctuary and War, 1959-2009, from C Hurst & Co. Publishers (Oxford University Press in North America). Streets is his fifth book-length publication.
Streets Without Joy: A Political History of Sanctuary and War, 1959–2009