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Introduction

Experiential Landscapes of Terror

Sunčana Laketa, Sara Fregonese, and Damien Masson

colleagues at Institut Paris Region and the Universities of Jena and Plymouth—became Principal Investigators on the new research project Atmospheres of (Counter)Terrorism in European Cities 2 funded by the UK's Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC

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(Counter)Terrorism and the Intimate

Bodies, Affect, Power

Sunčana Laketa

The accounts of global terror abound, from popular culture and everyday life to endless media reports and academic debates. The attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City in 2001 in many ways ushered in the new age of (counter)terrorism

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Amy Batley

police and security agencies, have sought to enhance the “resilience” of cities, by preparing urban spaces in ways that could minimize the effects of potential terror attacks. This includes the increased use of counterterrorism training workshops, not

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Sensing evil

Counterterrorism, techno-science, and the cultural reproduction of security

Mark Maguire and Pete Fussey

arguments emerge from our independent ethnographic projects on counterterrorism. Counterterrorism is but one dimension of the varied global securityscape, though it has consistently been shown to be a significant driver of reasoning and interventions in

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Shockwaves

Atmospheres beyond the Conflict City/Ordinary City Divide

Sara Fregonese

by cities in the never-ending ‘war on terror’” ( Coaffee 2017 ). As such, the present moment in Western Europe is characterized by a challenge to “traditional territorial counter-terrorism approaches” like security cordons and defensive hard

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The State of Emergency at Home

House Arrests, House Searches, and Intimacies in France

Flora Hergon

sessions, as they can become a moment to claim recognition, self-assertion, and empowerment ( Clair 2016 ; Grard 2008 ). This article aims to offer an in-depth analysis of how counterterror differently impacts citizens, beyond usual public policy or

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Itamar Rabinovich, The Lingering Conflict: Israel, the Arabs, and the Middle East, 1948-2011 Review by Daniel Kurtzer

Yoav Gelber, Nation and History: Israeli Historiography between Zionism and Post-Zionism Review by Shlomo Aronson

Asher Susser, Israel, Jordan, and Palestine: The Two-State Imperative Review by Paul L. Scham

Michael Feige, Settling in the Hearts: Jewish Fundamentalism in the Occupied Territories Review by Arye Naor

Juliana Ochs, Security and Suspicion: An Ethnography of Everyday Life in Israel Review by Dganit Manor

Daniel Byman, A High Price: The Triumphs and Failures of Israeli Counterterrorism Review by Samy Cohen

Michael Lerner, Embracing Israel/Palestine: A Strategy to Heal and Transform the Middle East Review by Kenneth Waltzer

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Laura Tate Kagel

This article investigates Germany's role in CIA "extraordinary renditions" of terrorist suspects, focusing on two cases involving German citizens of Middle Eastern descent (Khaled el-Masri and Mohammed Zammar), and one case of an Egyptian cleric who had resided in Italy and was likely transferred to Egypt via a U.S. military airport in Germany (Abu Omar). Amid recent revelations about the extent of the CIA program for transferring and interrogating terrorism suspects, the question of Germany's potential responsibility under international law has gained public attention. Against the background of international legal rules governing responsibility of assisting states, this article examines what was known in Germany about human rights abuses in the above cases and evaluates official steps taken by the government to prevent or uncover violations. In the conclusion, the article addresses the need for increased institutional safeguards to hinder German involvement in questionable U.S. counterterrorism practices.

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In/visible—In/secure

Optics of regulation and control

Ieva Jusionyte and Daniel M. Goldstein

techno-science of abnormal behavior detection that underlies counterterrorism efforts (Maguire and Fussey, this issue) to pandemic disease reporting and data sharing between sovereign states and global public health institutions (Mason, this issue). The

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“Going vertical” in times of insecurity

Constructing proximity and distance through a Kenyan gated high-rise

Zoë Goodman

racialized dynamics. Mirroring the deeply problematic post-9/11 consensus that positions certain kinds of Muslims as the prime security threat of the present era ( Kundnani 2014 ; Mamdani 2002 ), Kenyan counterterrorism strategies target Muslims of Somali