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Blinded by Terror? A Former British Spook's Assessment

Newsbrief, 2 September 2014
Domestic Security, Intelligence, Terrorism
Sir Richard Dearlove’s assertion that counter-terrorism should no longer dominate UK national security planning raises questions over how the government prioritises risks and manages scarce resources <strong>(Free access)</strong>

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Charlie Edwards
Senior Research Fellow

Charlie Edwards is on secondment to the British Government. He was Director of RUSI's National Security and Resilience Studies between... read more

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