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My thesis reframes the security discourse on Pakistan by contextualising it both historically and geopolitically; it also draws on the literature on the place of emotions in International Relations. Viewing the Pakistani security landscape through this broad prism, the thesis considers counter-terrorism in the country, paying particular attention to its fledgling programme to rehabilitate militants and exploring how international society might better support this novel initiative. The thesis both employs and contributes to English School theory, developing the school's world society concept and illustrating how the theory might be applied to the regional level of analysis.
An English School Analysis of Terrorist Rehabilitation Programmes as a Counter-Terrorism Strategy: A Pakistani Case Study
Dr Simon Mabon
The English School; Pakistan; critical security studies; emotions in International Relations
My MA is from the University of Warwick. My Master's dissertation disentangled the different definitions of sovereignty at play in the Kashmir conflict, and asked whether greater international involvement in the dispute was called for.
I have worked as an analyst and editor for International SOS-Control Risks, and at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
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