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Civil society under strain : counter-terrorism policy, civil society, and aid post-9/11 / edited by Jude Howell and Jeremy Lind
Alternate Title Counter-terrorism policy, civil society, and aid post-9/11
Sterling, VA : Kumarian Press, c2010
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 3rd Floor  HV6431 .C496 2010    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) War on Terrorism, 2001-2009
Terrorism -- Government policy -- Case studies
Terrorism -- Prevention -- Case studies
Civil society -- Case studies
Physical Description ix, 308 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 261-292) and index
Contents UK counter-terrorism provision and civil society: ensuring responsibility, ignoring proportionality / Alison Dunn -- "Politics as usual": civil society and development in Spain after 9/11 / Alejandro Colás -- Counter-terrorism measures and the NGO section in the United States: a hostile environment / Kay Guinane and Suraj K. Sazawal -- Counter-terrorism policing in Australia: impacts on civil society / Annie Pettitt -- False choice? The war on terror and its impact on state policy toward civil society in Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan / Daniel Stevens and Kanykey Jailobaeva -- Civil society, the 'new humanitarianism," and the stabilization debate: judging the impact of the Afghan War / Stuart Gordon -- Counter-terrorism policy post-9/11 and the selective impact on civil society: the case of India / Jude Howell -- Civil society in Sri Lanka during and after the 5th peace process: changing spaces for advocating political transformations and delivering social welfare post-9/11 / Kristian Stokke -- The changing dynamics of civil society and aid in the Israel-Palestine conflict post- 9/11 / Jeremy Lind -- Only "civilians" count: the influence of GWOT discourses on governments' humanitarian responses to "terror"-related conflicts / Nisrine Mansour -- The politics of Uganda's anti-terrorism law and its impact on civil society / Joshua B. Rubongoya -- Regional challenge, local response: civil society and human rights in US-Kenya counter=terrorism cooperation / Mutuma Ruteere and Mikewa Ogada
Alternate Author Howell, Jude
Lind, Jeremy

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