Existing legal regimes are often portrayed as limiting the effectiveness of security responses, yet they are actually crucial forms of protection for individuals and their rights. Yet, security interests and law can clash producing tensions at the national and international level.
Although adolescents experience 'storm and stress' differently in societies, there is little systematic work on why adult transition is smooth in some and turbulent in others. Combining evolutionary theoretical framework with cross-cultural data can help us understand how and why teen angst varies.
The allegations made against the Indian government are deeply serious not only for Canada, but also for its allies. They may rob the West of a key strategic asset; a reliable partner which could be a realistic alternative to economic reliance on China.
In this blogpost we build upon our survey policing studies in The Netherlands to provide a map of researchers in the field of policing studies in the Netherlands and to identify which themes or areas of research are part of this field and what research topics require more attention.
It is time to remove the artificial between self-harm and harming others, and view violence as a public health problem: that is to say, as a problem that can be related to other harmful behaviours, that include not only suicide, but also alcoholism, drug abuse, and other risk-taking behaviors.