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A discourse view on the European Community and the abolition of border controls in the second half of the 1980s
Stef Wittendorp

possible unemployment facing border guards was a marginal issue in the EC context. A predominant concern of the member states, various MEPs, and the Commission, while willing to remove obstacles to facilitate flows across the EC, was how to address crime, drug trafficking, terrorism, and immigration in the absence of border controls (European Parliament 1985a : 234; European Parliament 1985b : 247, 249

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French denaturalisation law on the brink of World War II
Marie Beauchamps

) surfaced as a pan-European (and more generally Western) problematic. Presented as yet another in a panoply of security measures within the ever-increasing array of counter-terrorism policies, denaturalisation was emerging as the favoured response of European countries (among which France, Britain, and the Netherlands) and the United States (US) against citizens departing their host states to fight, for

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Security/ Mobility and politics of movement
Marie Beauchamps, Marijn Hoijtink, Matthias Leese, Bruno Magalhães, and Sharon Weinblum

networked global terrorism, from emergency management in the onslaught of tsunamis and hurricanes to oil wars in the Middle East’ (Hannam et al. 2006 : 1), a diverse range of concrete and abstract things have become highly global and mobile. While such movement is often considered part and parcel of modernity, it also brings about increased complexity that becomes enmeshed with conceptualisations of threat – ‘it is discourses

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Eric James and Tim Jacoby

terrorism). The challenge in Afghanistan has been that a mixed military mission (peace or stability operations under ISAF and counter-terrorism under the Coalition Force) and humanitarian assistance have been undertaken at the same time, all under the complex aid architecture combining security with political and developmental goals. Thus there is a high degree of military

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Security, mobility, liberals, and Christians
Luis Lobo-Guerrero

Minnesota Press. Stephens, A. C. and N. Vaughan-Williams, eds, 2008. Terrorism and the Politics of Response , Milton Park/New York: Routledge.

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Analysing the example of data territorialisation
Andreas Baur-Ahrens

: States no longer fear pariah status by openly declaring their intent to regulate and control cyberspace. The convenient rubric of terrorism, child pornography, and cyber security has contributed to a growing expectation that states should enforce order in cyberspace, including policing unwanted content. (Deibert and Rohozinski 2010b : 4

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Ontological coordination and the assessment of consistency in asylum requests
Bruno Magalhães

. Zurawski, 2014. The Anthropology of Security: Perspectives from the Frontline of Policing, Counter-terrorism and Border Control , London: Pluto Press. Menon, A., 2012. “Credibility of Asylum Claims: Consistency and Accuracy of Autobiographical Memory Reports Following Trauma.” Appl. Cognit. Psychol 26: 677–679. Mol, A., 1999. ‘Ontological Politics. A

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Actors and institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cyprus and Northern Ireland
Laurence Cooley

interventions in divided societies’, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 45:3 (2010); D. Hassan and P. O’Kane, ‘Terrorism and the abnormality of sport in Northern Ireland’, International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 47:3 (2012). 30 D. Reiche, ‘War minus the shooting? The politics of sport in Lebanon as a unique case in comparative politics’, Third World Quarterly, 32:2 (2011); B. Coppieters, ‘The organisation of marathons in divided cities: Brussels, Belfast, Beirut and Jerusalem’, International Journal of the History of Sport, 29:11 (2012); A. Bairner

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