Andrew Neal is a senior lecturer in politics and international relations at the University of Edinburgh. He researches security politics.

He is principal convener of the ESRC seminar series Security in Scotland, with or without constitutional change.

Report on the first event: ‘Assessing security governance in the UK and Scotland under current arrangements

His most recent publications are:

Normalization and Legislative Exceptionalism: Counterterrorist Lawmaking and the Changing Times of Security Emergencies

Terrorism, Lawmaking, and Democratic Politics: Legislators as Security Actors

Human Interest and Humane Governance in Iraq: Humanitarian War and the Baghdad Zoo

‘Events dear boy, events’: terrorism and security from the perspective of politics

His books include:

Exceptionalism and the Politics of Counter-Terrorism: Liberty, Security and the War on Terror (Routledge 2010)

Foucault on Politics, Security and War (Andrew Neal & Michael Dillon eds., Palgrave, October 2008)

Full profile and list of publications

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