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|Title:||After the 'war on terror': Regulatory states, risk bureaucracies and the risk-based governance of terror||Authors:||Heng, Y.-K.
Risk regulatory regimes
War of terror
|Issue Date:||Sep-2011||Citation:||Heng, Y.-K., McDonagh, K. (2011-09). After the 'war on terror': Regulatory states, risk bureaucracies and the risk-based governance of terror. International Relations 25 (3) : 313-329. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.1177/0047117811415484||Abstract:||In March 2009, the Obama administration sent a message to senior Pentagon staff instructing them to refrain from using either of the terms 'Long War' or 'Global War on Terror' and to replace these terms with 'Overseas Contingency Operations'. The change in tone and, potentially, substance, from the Obama White House by ending the 'war on terror' at the rhetorical level suggests a need to shift our academic attention towards developing more appropriate analytical frameworks for examining alternative strategies for countering terrorism. This paper seeks to explore what it terms an emerging risk-based approach being deployed by states. Our framework proposed here deploys the twin concepts of 'risk bureaucracies' and risk regulatory regimes (RRRs) in examining terrorist financing and aviation security regulations. © The Author(s) 2011.||Source Title:||International Relations||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/124904||ISSN:||00471178||DOI:||10.1177/0047117811415484|
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