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Episode 6  |  39:11 min

Terrorism Special Edition by JTIC

Episode 6  |  39:11 min  |  12.20.2019

Terrorism Special Edition by JTIC

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This is a podcast episode titled, Terrorism Special Edition by JTIC. The summary for this episode is: <p>In a special edition of Jane’s World of Intelligence Podcast, members of the Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Centre (JTIC) discuss key recent trends and developments in terrorism and insurgency worldwide. They also speak to long-term contributor and Afghanistan expert Antonio Giustozzi, discussing inter-group conflict in eastern Afghanistan and the prospects for a peace agreement over the coming 12 months. The episode ends with a discussion of the key themes in the seminal terrorism film Four Lions.</p> <p> </p> <p>Participating in the podcast is Matthew Henman, head of JTIC, and JTIC analysts Olivia Harper and Gabriela Serrano.</p> <p> </p> <p>To find out more about JTIC and what we do, and to download the 2018 Annual Global Attack Index infographic, please visit janes.com/terrorism.</p>

In a special edition of Jane’s World of Intelligence Podcast, members of the Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Centre (JTIC) discuss key recent trends and developments in terrorism and insurgency worldwide. They also speak to long-term contributor and Afghanistan expert Antonio Giustozzi, discussing inter-group conflict in eastern Afghanistan and the prospects for a peace agreement over the coming 12 months. The episode ends with a discussion of the key themes in the seminal terrorism film Four Lions.

 

Participating in the podcast is Matthew Henman, head of JTIC, and JTIC analysts Olivia Harper and Gabriela Serrano.

 

To find out more about JTIC and what we do, and to download the 2018 Annual Global Attack Index infographic, please visit janes.com/terrorism.

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