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Past Attacks, Future Risks: Where Are We 20-years After 9/11?

Fox, Sarah Jane (2021) Past Attacks, Future Risks: Where Are We 20-years After 9/11? Journal of Strategic Security, 14 (3). pp. 112-159. ISSN 1944-0472

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This year, 2021, marks the 20th anniversary since 9/11, recorded as the ‘day that changed the world.’ Security remains an area where governments and airlines are continuously struggling to stay ahead, but since 9/11 there have been other challenges to the air transport industry – not least Covid-19.
This research primarily critically reviews the actions taken in the aftermath of 9/11 from the US and EU perspective, before consideration is given to the current/present situation, the new, and emerging challenges being faced. The research is undertaken through a legal/ policy perspective.
The findings are that internationally and regionally, society is not prepared for another attack and that there remain a number of challenges that stand to impact aviation; ultimately, more collective action is needed to mitigate for such risks going forward.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Cybersecurity, Europe and EU, Global trends and risks, History, International law, International security, Law enforcement, North America, Terrorism / counterterrorism, Transportation Security
Faculty: School of Law, Policing and Forensics > Law
Depositing User: Sarah FOX
Date Deposited: 22 Dec 2021 14:43
Last Modified: 24 Feb 2023 14:02
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