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Visiting Professor, War Studies Department, King's College London he overall task for this special issue is to assess the emergency response to terrorism, in particular the threat posed by violent jihadist terrorism. Clearly, planning for emergency responses will have value against other threats and hazards, so it will be difficult to separate out the arrangements made to deal specifically with the aftermath of terrorist attacks, and those to meet other emergencies, for example major naturaldoi:10.15664/jtr.412 fatcat:rlytdi3gvrdbpabg2kpuc4wmre