How terrorism has changed since 9/11
In this episode of the National Security Podcast, Nick Rasmussen, inaugural Executive Director of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism, and Kristy Campion, Lecturer of Terrorism Studies at Charles Sturt University, join Will Stoltz to unpack they ways terrorism and violent extremism have evolved since the 9/11 attacks, and how Australia and the United States are combatting these threats.
More than two decades on from the devastating attacks of September 11, how has terrorism changed? And with the rise of right-wing extremism, is the current practice of counterterrorism still fit for purpose? Nick Rasmussen, former head of the United States National Counterterrorism Center, and Dr Kristy Campion, terrorism studies lecturer, reflect on the impacts of historical terrorist attacks such as 9/11 and the Bali Bombings, discuss the ongoing evolution of terrorism and violent extremism, and explore how Australia and the United States are finding new ways to combat these threats.
Nick Rasmussen is the inaugural Executive Director of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism (GIFCT), and former Director of the United States National Counterterrorism Center.
Dr Kristy Campion is a Lecturer of Terrorism Studies with the Australian Graduate School of Policing and Security at Charles Sturt University.
Dr William A Stoltz is the Policy Director at ANU National Security College.
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