Authors: Battersby, J., Ball, R., & Nelson, N.
Published in National Security Journal, 23 June 2020
16 John Gearson & Hugo Rosemont, “CONTEST as Strategy: Reassessing Britain’s Counterterrorism Approach,” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 38:12 (2015), pp.1039-1040.
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18 The Government of Canada (n.d) ‘Building Resilience Against Terrorism: Canada’s Counter-Terrorism Strategy. Available at https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/pblctns/rslnc-gnst-trrrsm/rslnc-gnst-trrrsm-eng.pdf
19 United States Government (2018). National Strategy for Counterterrorism of the United States of America, October 2018. Washington DC., p.2
20 United States Government (2018). National Strategy for Counterterrorism of the United States of America, October 2018. Washington DC, p.1. United Kingdom Government (2018). CONTEST: The United Kingdom’s Strategy for Countering Terrorism, Presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for the Home Department by Command of Her Majesty, June 2018. London, HMSO, p.87.
21 Richard Rumelt (2011). ‘The Perils of Bad Strategy’ in McKinsey Quarterly 1, No.3, pp.5-6.
22 Malia DuMont, Elements of National Security Strategy. Retrieved from https://www.atlanticcouncil.org/content-series/strategy-consortium/elements-of-national-security-strategy/
23 Jeffrey W. Meiser, “Ends+ ways+ means= (bad) strategy,” in Parameters 46, No. 4 (2016), p. 84.
25 Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism: National Strategy.
30 John Battersby, “Facing Up! The Legal and Definitional Challenges of New Zealand’s Approach to Terrorism,” in New Zealand National Security: Challenges, Trends and Issues, eds. William Hoverd, Nick Nelson & Carl Bradley (Auckland: Massey University Press, 2017).
31 Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Looking Forward – Strengthening New Zealand Against Terrorism and Violent Extremism.
33 Ibid, p. 2.
35 Ibid, p.5.
36 John Battersby, “Security sector practitioner perceptions of the terror threat environment before the Christchurch attacks,” Kotuitui: New Zealand Journal of Social Sciences Online, https://doi.org/10.1080/1177083X.2019.1701049
37 Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism: National Strategy, p. 5.
38 Andrew Hussey, The French Intafada: The Long War Between France and It’s Arabs (Firrar, Straus and Giraud, London, 2014)
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40 John Battersby, Terrorism Where Terror Is Not: Australian and New Zealand Terrorism Compared, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 41:1 (2017).
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43 Rachel Simon-Kumar, “The Multicultural Dilemma: Amid Rising Diversity and Unsettled Equity Issues, New Zealand Seeks to Address Its Past and Present,” Migration Policy Institute, 5 September 18 NATIONAL SECURITY JOURNAL
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