Zachary Goldman and Samuel Rascoff recently released Global Intelligence Oversight: Governing Security in the Twenty-First Century.
Keiran Hardy is a Lecturer in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at Griffith University in Australia. Previously, he lectured at the University of New South Wales in public law, criminal law, advanced criminal law and national security law. His research focuses on counter-terrorism laws, cyber-terrorism, the accountability of intelligence agencies, counter-radicalisation and counter-insurgency. Keiran's PhD examined the combination of hard power and soft power strategies in counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency and challenged smart power strategies across different contexts by exploring the dangers and downsides of supplementing coercion with soft power.
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