The recent attacks in Paris, Brussels, Nice and Orlando heralded a new wave of terrorism, one that will keep societies and security agencies in the West preoccupied for years to come. In his new book – Radicalized: New Jihadists and the Threats against the West (IB Tauris, 2016) – Professor Peter Neumann explains who the 'new jihadists' are, where they come from and what they want.

This is the first book on jihadist radicalisation and Islamic State that focuses on their impact on the West, highlights historical continuities, and shows what needs to be done to counter the threat more effectively.

Peter Neumann is Professor of Security at King's College London and serves as Director of the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR). He is a leading expert on terrorism and radicalisation, and has advised governments and international institutions on both sides of the Atlantic.

This event was chaired by Nigel Inkster, Director of Future Conflict and Cyber Security, IISS. It took place in the fourth-floor Trafalgar Room at Arundel House, 13-15 Arundel Street, Temple Place, London WC2R 3DX*.

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Discussion Meeting
Peter Neumann, Professor of Security Studies, King's College London
Arundel House, London
Monday 17 October 2016, 12.30–1.30PM BST

Survival: Global Politics and Strategy

October–November 2016

In this issue, Anatol Lieven, Nigel Inkster and Kori Schake consider America's electoral choices.