Beatrice de Graaf: What are we afraid of?

Beatrice de Graaf: What are we afraid of?

The history of security in thought and policymaking

Our society is stable. We have not been at war for decades and yet we seem more afraid of a suspicious suitcase than thirty years ago when terrorist attacks actually occurred. How can this be explained? Beatrice de Graaf does historical research on the development of the way we think about security.