Simon Cottee

France shouldn’t fall for the Isis ‘matchmaker’s’ self pity

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Simon Cottee
Simon Cottee is a senior lecturer in criminology at the University of Kent and a contributing writer at The Atlantic. His latest book, Watching Murder: ISIS, Death Videos and Radicalisation, is out with Routledge

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