Governing terrorism through risk: Taking precautions, (un)knowing the future

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Aradau, Claudia; van Munster, Rens;

The events of 9/11 appeared to make good on Ulrich Beck's claim that we are now living in a (global) risk society. Examining what it means to ‘govern through risk’, this article departs from Beck's thesis of risk society and its appropriation in security studies. Arguin... View more
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