Readership: Academics and students of terrorism studies, international relations, intelligence, policing, and police investigation. Also of interest to those involved in national intelligence agencies, security services and those working in intelligence, counter-terrorism and organised crime within the police.
Claudia Hillebrand, Lecturer in Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism, Aberystwyth University
Dr Claudia Hillebrand is a Lecturer in Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism at the Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University. Previously, she was a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Department of War Studies, King's College London. Her main research interests include intelligence oversight and accountability; international intelligence and police co-operation; counter-terrorism policing; EU internal security; and the nexus between security provision and democratic legitimacy.
"Counter-terrorism Networks is a useful addition to the growing debate on the need for democratic scrutiny over the growth of the national security community whose pursuit of terrorists increasingly challenge fundamental rights." - Isaac Kfir, Human Rights Law Review, 13:4
1: Towards a Transnationalization of European (Counter-terrorism) Policing
2: The Democratic Legitimacy of European Counter-terrorism Policing: Parliamentary and Judicial Scrutiny
3: The European Police Office: a Network Perspectives
4: European Counter-terrorism in Transition: Information Sharing and Proactive Policing
5: Stretching across the Atlantic: Transatlantic Counter-terrorism Initiatives
6: The Parliamentary Scrutiny of European Counter-terrorism Cooperation
7: The Protection of Fundamental Rights in the Context of European Counter-terrorism Policing