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About the Author
ANASTASIA FILIPPIDOU is a lecturer at the Centre for International Security and Resilience at Cranfield University, United Kingdom (UK). Prior to her employment at Cranfield University, she was a Lecturer at the Defence Studies Department KCL, Brunel University, and she was a teaching fellow at the War Studies Department. Dr. Filippidou worked with the Centre for Defence Studies, delivering courses on terrorism and counterterrorism for the Home Office. Her research and teaching focuses on strategy and conflict resolution; psychology of war and peace; and the role of leadership in ending terrorist campaigns. Dr. Filippidou holds a B.A. (Hons); PgCert; and a Ph.D. from the Department of War Studies, King’s College London, UK.
ELIAS HANNA is a retired Lebanese Army General, who has participated in training courses in military academies in Europe as well as in the United States. His main interests include geopolitical and security issues concerning the Middle East. General (Ret.) Hanna currently teaches geopolitics and causes of war at the American University of Beirut and Notre Dame University. He also has a weekly geopolitical television show on the Lebanese MTV- General View.
EYAL PASCOVICH is an adjunct lecturer at the Departments of Political Sciences at the University of Haifa and Tel Aviv University in Israel. Formerly, he was an analyst officer in the Israel Defense Forces’ military intelligence and the Israeli Counter Terrorism Bureau, as well as an advisor to the Israeli Prime Minister’s Office.