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Taylor & Francis
Published in The RUSI Journal, 156(4) 2011: 26-33.
The ten years since 9/11 have seen Western security policies dominated by the attempt to control global terrorism via the War on Terror. The anniversary of the attacks provides an opportune moment to reflect on the effectiveness or otherwise of this approach and discuss the lessons for responding to two of the most important global security challenges in the years ahead – the interlocked trends of deepening socioeconomic divisions and a rapidly warming global climate.