More often than not, the study of terrorism – its politics, sociology or mediation – has been conducted within a rather narrow Anglo-American ambit. The US-defined and disseminated discourse on terrorism has had a global impact: this dominant narrative has tended to neglect terrorism-related activities in other parts of the globe. In fact, terrorism has had its most violent manifestations in the world outside the radar of the US–UK ‘news duopoly’. Contributors to this part of the book aim to broaden the remit of such discussion and to consider the various ways in which the relationship between media and terrorism is played out in specific non-Anglo-American contexts: in South Asia, the Arab world, France, Russia and ...
Terrorism on the Home Front
Terrorism on the home front