Dr Anthony Richards


NameDr Anthony Richards
Job titleReader
Email addressa.richards@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteBusiness & Law

Research outputs

What is extremism and radicalisation?

Richards, A. 2015. What is extremism and radicalisation? Panel Discussion: Examining the Extreme: Radicalisation among Muslim Youth – Mediums and Tools. Dialogue Society, London, UK 03 Jun 2015

The uses and abuses of 'terrorism' and the search for analytical utility

Richards, A. 2015. The uses and abuses of 'terrorism' and the search for analytical utility. British International Studies Association 40th Annual Conference. London, UK 17 - 19 Jun 2015

Keynote address

Richards, A. 2015. Keynote address. Tackling Extremism: Effective Intervention and Re-engagement. London, UK 19 Aug 2015

Research Workshop on 'Conceptualizing Terrorism'

Richards, A. 2015. Research Workshop on 'Conceptualizing Terrorism'. Conceptualizing Terrorism. Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St. Andrews 15 Oct 2015

Countering Terrorism and Extremism

Richards, A. 2015. Countering Terrorism and Extremism. National Security Summit. 19 Oct 2015

International Cooperation Against Terrorism

Richards, A. 2016. International Cooperation Against Terrorism. London Annual Forum of the Arab League Centre for Studies. Amman, Jordan 17 May 2016

Prevent and the Shifting Parameters of Counter-Terrorism

Richards, A. 2016. Prevent and the Shifting Parameters of Counter-Terrorism. Seminar on Countering Violent Extremism while Protecting Human Rights: Reflections on the UK Government’s Prevent Strategy. University of East London 16 Nov 2016

Constructing the terrorist threat: the merging of the discourses of terrorism, radicalization and extremism in the UK and its consequences

Richards, A. 2015. Constructing the terrorist threat: the merging of the discourses of terrorism, radicalization and extremism in the UK and its consequences. Constructions of Terrorism Conference. Orfalea Center for Global & International Studies, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA 03 - 04 Dec 2015

Chapter 5: Three Preliminary Assumptions When Approaching the Conceptualisation of Terrorism

Richards, A. 2015. Chapter 5: Three Preliminary Assumptions When Approaching the Conceptualisation of Terrorism. in: Conceptualizing Terrorism UK Oxford University Press.

From terrorism to ‘radicalization’ to ‘extremism’: counterterrorism imperative or loss of focus?

Richards, A. 2015. From terrorism to ‘radicalization’ to ‘extremism’: counterterrorism imperative or loss of focus? International Affairs. 91 (2), pp. 371-380.

Conceptualizing Terrorism

Richards, A. 2013. Conceptualizing Terrorism. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism. 37 (3), pp. 213-236.

Characterising the UK Terrorist Threat: The Problem with Non-Violent Ideology as a Focus for Counter-Terrorism and Terrorism as the product of ‘Vulnerability’

Richards, A. 2012. Characterising the UK Terrorist Threat: The Problem with Non-Violent Ideology as a Focus for Counter-Terrorism and Terrorism as the product of ‘Vulnerability’. Journal of Terrorism Research. 3 (1).

Terrorism, The Olympics and Sports: Recent Events and Concerns for the Future

Richards, A. 2012. Terrorism, The Olympics and Sports: Recent Events and Concerns for the Future. in: Richards, Anthony, Fussey, Pete and Silke, Andrew (ed.) Terrorism and the Olympics: Major Event Security and Lessons for the Future Routledge. pp. 15-31

The problem with ‘radicalization’: the remit of ‘Prevent’ and the need to refocus on terrorism in the UK

Richards, A. 2011. The problem with ‘radicalization’: the remit of ‘Prevent’ and the need to refocus on terrorism in the UK. International Affairs. 87 (1), pp. 143-152.

Towards an Understanding of Terrorism and the Olympics

Richards, A., Fussey, Pete and Silke, A. 2010. Towards an Understanding of Terrorism and the Olympics. in: Richards, Anthony, Fussey, Pete and Silke, Andrew (ed.) Terrorism and the Olympics London Routledge.

Critical Reflections on Securing the Olympics: Conclusions and Ways Forward

Richards, A., Fussey, Pete and Silke, A. 2010. Critical Reflections on Securing the Olympics: Conclusions and Ways Forward. in: Richards, Anthony, Fussey, Pete and Silke, Andrew (ed.) Terrorism and the Olympics London Routledge.

Countering the psychological impact of terrorism: challenges for UK homeland security

Richards, A. 2010. Countering the psychological impact of terrorism: challenges for UK homeland security. in: Silke, Andrew (ed.) The Psychology of Counter-Terrorism London Routledge.

False dawns or new horizons? Further issues and challenges for Critical Terrorism Studies

Michel, Torsten and Richards, A. 2009. False dawns or new horizons? Further issues and challenges for Critical Terrorism Studies. Critical Studies on Terrorism. 2 (3), pp. 399-413. https://doi.org/10.1080/17539150903306097

Terrorist Groups and Their Political Fronts

Richards, A. 2008. Terrorist Groups and Their Political Fronts. in: Dingley, James (ed.) Combating Terrorism in Northern Ireland London Routledge.

Researching and understanding terrorism: a role for criminology?

Fussey, Pete and Richards, A. 2008. Researching and understanding terrorism: a role for criminology? Criminal Justice Matters. 73 (1), pp. 37-39. https://doi.org/10.1080/09627250802277041

Emergency Response, Intelligence and Causes: The Case of the London Suicide Bombings

Richards, A. 2007. Emergency Response, Intelligence and Causes: The Case of the London Suicide Bombings. in: Suicide as a Weapon London IOS Press.

Terrorism and Public Information

Richards, A. 2007. Terrorism and Public Information. in: Wilkinson, Paul (ed.) Homeland Security in the UK: Future Preparedness for Terrorist Attack since 9/11 London Routledge.

The Emergency Response: Progress and Problems

Richards, A. 2007. The Emergency Response: Progress and Problems. in: Wilkinson, Paul (ed.) Homeland Security in the UK: Future Preparedness for Terrorist Attack since 9/11 London Routledge.

The Domestic Threat: The Cases of Northern Ireland and Animal Rights Extremism

Richards, A. 2007. The Domestic Threat: The Cases of Northern Ireland and Animal Rights Extremism. in: Wilkinson, Paul (ed.) Homeland Security in the UK: Future Preparedness for Terrorist Attack since 9/11 London Routledge.

Terrorist Groups and Political Fronts: The IRA, Sinn Fein, the Peace Process and Democracy

Richards, A. 2001. Terrorist Groups and Political Fronts: The IRA, Sinn Fein, the Peace Process and Democracy. Terrorism and Political Violence. 13 (4), pp. 72-89. https://doi.org/10.1080/09546550109609700
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