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The European fight against terrorism financing: professional fields and new governing practices
About the thesis:Combating the financing of terrorism has been a core component of the global War on Terror that began after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. This book shows how the fight against terrorism financing has taken shape and become important in Europe. An examination of two case studies - the EU's Third AML/CFT (Anti-Money Laundering and Combatting the Financing of Terrorism) Directive and the Terrorist Finance Tracking Program - sheds light on the emerging structures of European security governing, characterized by increased public-private cooperation and the almost invisible new governing practices involving the risk and link-based analysis of massive sets of personal financial data. The author presents a critical reflection on and discussion of the societal and political implications of these measures.About the author:Mara Wesseling (1979) studied Political Geography at the University of Amsterdam and International Relations at Sciences-Po Paris. Previously working at the French Embassy in the Netherlands, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA), she returned to the University of Amsterdam lecture at the European Studies department and to complete a Ph.D. thesis on the European Fight against Terrorism Financing. She currently works as a post-doc researcher at Sciences-Po Paris.
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