The global war on terror following the 9/11 terror attacks led to a proliferation of counterterrorism laws and state policies across the world. Counter-terrorism policies are manifested in regimes of investigation, interrogation, detention, and surveillance on a global scale and everyday public life across these sites. Counterterrorism has thus become both a global, national, and local phenomenon. With the upsurge of right-wing populist ideologies in the global South, counterterrorism policies have become all-pervasive in public life. This virtual one-day workshop aims to bring together scholars studying counterterrorism in the global North and the global South to explore convergence and divergence in how counterterrorism policies function in a range of national and local contexts.

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Published on November 23, 2021

November 26 @ 09:30
09:30 — 16:30 (7h)