The Psychology and Politics of Terrorizing and Terrorism

Lord John Alderdice, a psychoanalytic psychiatrist and a life member of the British House of Lords, will draw on his political experience - from the Irish peace process to other trouble spots around the World, including the Middle East - to explore how the ideas of psychoanalysis can find practical application in understanding, intervening in, and working with violent political conflict and Security.

Festival: 2006

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