A Guide to National Security: Threats, Responses and Strategies

A Guide to National Security: Threats, Responses and Strategies

by Julian Richards

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ISBN-13: 9780199655069
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date: 04/30/2012
Pages: 224
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 9.10(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Julian Richards is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies at the University of Buckingham, and was previously a researcher at Brunel University's Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies. Prior to that, Dr Richards worked for 16 years in intelligence, counter-terrorism analysis, policy formation and training. In 1993, he was awarded a PhD from Cambridge University for his thesis on nationalism in Pakistan, and has since written numerous papers on terrorism, counter-terrorism and security. He is a regular facilitator on joint agency training programmes in the UK on intelligence analysis and terrorism.

Table of Contents

PART ONE - THREATS
1: Introduction
2: Setting the Scene: The Threat Picture in a Globalised World
3: Tier One Threats
4: Tier Two Threats
5: Tier Three Risks
PART TWO - RESPONSES
6: Responses
PART THREE - STRATEGIES
7: Administering National Security: Governmental Strategies and Structures
8: Boots on the Ground: Restructuring Military Capability
9: Fighting Asymmetric Conflicts
10: Domestic Policies: Counter-radicalisation and Counter-terrorism
11: Partnerships: EU, the UN, NATO, and the 'Special Relationship'
12: Conclusions
PART ONE - THREATS
1. Introduction
2. Setting the Scene: The Threat Picture in a Globalised World
3. Tier One Threats
4. Tier Two Threats
5. Tier Three Risks
PART TWO - RESPONSES
6. Responses
PART THREE - STRATEGIES
7. Administering National Security: Governmental Strategies and Structures
8. Boots on the Ground: Restructuring Military Capability
9. Fighting Asymmetric Conflicts
10. Domestic Policies: Counter-radicalisation and Counter-terrorism
11. Partnerships: EU, the UN, NATO, and the 'Special Relationship'
12. Conclusions

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