After the War on Terror: Regional and Multilateral Perspectives on Counter-Terrorism Strategy


How will the global struggle against terrorism evolve in the next decade? This study brings together experts from across the world of counter-terrorism to provide answers.

Edited by Alex P Schmid and Garry F Hindle

How will the global struggle against terrorism evolve in the next decade? A new study published by the Royal United Services Institute brings together experts from across the world of counter-terrorism to provide answers, and to reflect on the successes and failures of the War on Terror. 

After the War on Terror: Regional and Multilateral Perspectives on Counter-Terrorism Strategy provides critical insights on strategy and regional analyses of global terrorist threats. 

It features contributions from David Veness, former United Nations Under-Secretary General for Safety and Security, Richard Barrett, Co-ordinator of the UN Al-Qa'ida/Taliban Monitoring Team, and other prominent policy-makers and academics in the counter-terrorism field. 

Demonstrating the complexity and nuance of the current threat from Islamist terrorism, the study highlights current flaws in strategy and options for change.

This book is available as a free download (PDF, 5 mb)

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