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Introduction 1. Language and Legitimacy: Foreign Policy as Culturally Embedded Discourse 2. Agency, Audience and Alternative: Foreign Policy and Political Possibility 3. Before 9/11 4. From Void to Crisis: From September 11th 2001 to 9/11 5. Response: Afghanistan 6. Translation: Iraq Conclusion
Jack Holland is Lecturer in International Relations in the Department of Politics at the University of Surrey, and has a PhD in International Relations from the University of Warwick.
"The book is essential for students of international relations, politics, terrorism and security studies, and for anybody wishing to gain a broader understanding of the rhetoric, truths, and discourses that constructed, and continue to construct, the War on Terror. By constructing replacement discourses, Holland provides a new and intriguing space for perceiving and realising the persistent War on Terror." - James Hume, Macquarie University, Australia