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A brilliant expose of how Western governments are concentrating on the 'War on Terror' when other issues are far more important

Is international terrorism really the single greatest threat to world security?

Since the 9/11 attacks, many Western governments assume terrorism to be the greatest threat we face. In response, their dangerous policies attempt to maintain control and keep the status quo by using overwhelming military force. This important book shows why this approach has been such a failure, and how it distracts us from other, much greater, threats of climate change, competition over resources, marginalisation of the majority of the world and global militarisation.

Unless urgent, coordinated action is taken in the next 5-10 years on all these issues it will be almost imossible to avoid the earth becoming a highly unstable place by the middle years of this century. Beyond Terror offers an alternative path for politicians, journalists and concerned citizens alike.

Reviews

This incisive study is radical...it demonstrates that the real threat to global peace lies in our failure to recognise our interdependence

Archbishop Desmond Tutu

Powerful and well-presented...The argument it makes is hard to fault. Anyone who claims to be interested in security would be foolish not to read it.

George Monbiot, author of Heat: How to Stop the Planet Burning

This brilliant and lucid book is the single most important contribution to understanding and coping with the future that I have ever read.

Brian Eno, campaigner and musician

Outstanding

Dame Anita Roddick

Current US and UK foreign policy is totally counterproductive and is encouraging terrorism and proliferation of WMD. This report offers a serious alternative...I hope it is widely read

Clare Short, MP

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    9781448117185

    November 30, 2011

    Ebury Digital

    128 pages

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    9781846040702

    June 1, 2007

    Rider

    128 pages

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