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Publication : 'Beyond Norms: The Incomplete De-securitisation of the Russian Counterterrorism Frame' (Critical Studies on Terrorism) par Aurélie Campana

Aurélie Campana, professeure agrégée au Département de science politique de l’Université Laval et titulaire de la Chaire de recherche du Canada sur les conflits et le terrorisme, vient de publier dans la revue Critical Studies on Terrorism un article intitulé : "Beyond Norms: The Incomplete De-securitisation of the Russian Counterterrorism Frame”. 

Résumé : This article analyses the tentative de-securitising move of the Russian counterterrorism frame under Medvedev’s presidency. It suggests that de-securitisation involves a normalisation process that articulates three main points: terrorism as a result of internal troubles, counterterrorism seen as a “positive process” and Islam not being stigmatised. It nevertheless shows that this process remains far from complete, given the embedding of framing into cultural and normative contexts that make security, integrity and sovereignty leading norms. On the contrary, the ambiguities that shape framing entail a (re-)securitisation of social and societal issues that were not previously directly related to the root causes of terrorism.

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Référence : Aurélie Campana “Beyond Norms: The Incomplete De-securitisation of the Russian Counterterrorism Frame.” Critical Studies on Terrorism 6(3) (November 5, 2013): 1–16. doi:10.1080/17539153.2013.836308.