'Original, provocative and timely. Cornelia Beyer has produced a work of considerable importance for those of us interested in understanding a world seemingly preoccupied by war and conflict. Both scholarly and accessible to a general reader this is a work of power and imagination.'Caroline Kennedy, The University of Hull, UK
About the Author
Cornelia Beyer joined the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Hull in 2007, after lecturing at Tuebingen and Landau in Germany. Her past research centres on International Relations and Security Studies, with a particular interest in Terrorism and Counterterrorism. In addition, she is interested in Psychology and its contribution for understanding violence and conflict, and interdisciplinary perspectives on the causes of violence and aggression.