Bombs, Bullets, and Politicians: France's Response to Terrorism (Human Dimensions in Foreign Policy, Military Studies, and Security Studies)

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9780773547957: Bombs, Bullets, and Politicians: France's Response to Terrorism (Human Dimensions in Foreign Policy, Military Studies, and Security Studies)

In the weeks following the 9/11 attacks, the mainstream political elite in Washington, DC acquiesced to every major decision taken by George W. Bush's administration while partisan politics in Congress ceased. As a nation and its representatives rallied around their leader, the diversity of opinions and the role of political opposition seemed suddenly less vital. A similar unity materialized in the aftermath of the attacks on Charlie Hebdo in January 2015, as millions marched across Paris and the "Marseillaise" resonated throughout France. Emphasizing France's distinctive struggle against terrorism between 1980 and 2016, Bombs, Bullets and Politicians presents a comparative analysis of how political elites react to terrorist attacks in five western democratic states. Demonstrating that the magnitude and frequency of terrorist acts determines whether political elites rally around the flag or rail against the government, Christophe Chowanietz formulates hypotheses on the likely impact of various patterns of terrorist actions. He first tests these hypotheses quantitatively in relation to an existing database of incidents, and then qualitatively in the effects that terrorist attacks have had in France. Shedding light on the difference in reactions between mainstream, radical, right-wing, and left-wing parties, Chowanietz argues that terrorism never fails to disrupt the political game. In an age when the news is dominated by terrorist threats and debates on what to do about them, Bombs, Bullets, and Politicians offers a pertinent analysis of the relationship between terrorism and the conduct of the West’s party politics.

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Christophe Chowanietz is professor of political science at John Abbott College.

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Chowanietz’s findings add a new dimension to studies of counterterrorist policies and practices. No other author has specifically addressed the issue of how terrorist actions impact upon party politics in democracies by marshalling both quantitative and qualitative evidence across a comparative range of countries. He sheds much-needed light on how policies are formed and sustained in the partisan competition that characterizes all western democracies as well as how policy informs and limits the capacity of governments to act in the face of terrorist provocations.” Reg Whitaker, University of Victoria

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Descripción McGill-Queen's University Press. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Hardcover. 216 pages. In the weeks that followed the 911 attacks, the mainstream political elite in Washington D. C. acquiesced to every major decision taken by the Republican administration. For all intents and purposes, partisan politics in Congress had ceased. As a nation and its representatives rallied around their leader in the face of adversity, the diversity of opinions and the role of a political opposition seemed suddenly less vital. A similar rally would materialize in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attacks in January 2016, as millions marched across Paris and the Marseillaise resonated across the French National Assembly. Examining how political elites in western democracies react to terrorist attacks, Bullets, Bombs and Politicians demonstrates that even though rallies around the flag are the rule, exceptions abound. A comparative analysis of five states reveals that the magnitude of terrorist acts and the repetition of attacks goes a great length towards explaining the reaction of political elites and their decisions to rally around the flag or rail against the government. An in depth analysis of Frances distinctive struggle against terrorism between 1980 and 2016 reveals how the dynamic of party politics is altered by terrorist events and sheds light on how mainstream and radical parties as well as right-wing and left-wing parties differ in their reactions. Whether it shuts down party politics and brings the political debate to a standstill or on the contrary exacerbates the tension between the government and the opposition, terrorism never fails to disrupt, sometimes profoundly, the political game. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Hardcover. Nº de ref. de la librería 9780773547957

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