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My research considers terrorist rehabilitation programmes as a counter-terrorism strategy, using the English School as a theoretical framework.
Before arriving at Lancaster University, I was a News Editor at Travel Security Services, a joint venture between International SOS and Control Risks. I was also an intern at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime in Austria.
- The English School
- Terrorist rehabilitation programmes
- South Asia
- Terrorism and emotion
- The privatisation of security
- Globalisation and non-state actors
My published work has appeared in academic journals including Contemporary South Asia, Peace Prints and the Lancaster Journal of Philosophy. I am the Editorial Assistant for the journal Global Discourse.
I received my MA from the University of Warwick's Department of Politics and International Studies. My undergraduate degree was in Economics with minors in Politics and English Literature.
An English School Analysis of Terrorist Rehabilitation Programmes as a Counter-Terrorism Strategy: A Pakistani Case Study
Dr Simon Mabon
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