Eric Jardine is an assistant professor of political science at Virginia Tech and a fellow at the Centre for International Governance Innovation. Eric's research focuses on the uses and abuses of the dark Web, measuring trends in cyber security, how people adapt to changing risk perceptions when using new security technologies, and the inherent politics surrounding both anonymity-granting technologies and encryption.

His work has been published in a number of peer-reviewed outlets, including New Media & Society, Journal of Cyber Policy, First Monday, Intelligence and National Security, Terrorism and Political Violence, and Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, among others. He is the co-author, with Fen Osler Hampson, of the book Look Who’s Watching: Surveillance, Treachery and Trust Online

Events

Select Publications

  1. Jardine, Eric and Simon Palamar
    .
    2014
    . "
    Terrorism and Political Violence
    "
    .
    Numerous, Capable and Well-Funded Rebels: Insurgent Military Effectiveness and Deadly Attacks in Afghanistan,
    .
    (forthcoming ) in
    .
  2. Jardine, Eric
    .
    2013
    . "
    Joint Force Quarterly
    "
    .
    Indigenous Security Forces, Counterinsurgent Control, and Green-on-Blue Attacks: Explaining Why 'Insider' Violence has Risen in Afghanistan,
    .
    in 71
    .
  3. Jardine, Eric and Simon Palamar
    .
    2013
    . "
    Studies in Conflict and Terrorism
    "
    .
    From Medusa Past Kantolo: Assessing the Effectiveness of Canada's Enemy-Centric and Population-Centric Counterinsurgency Strategies,
    .
    in 36 no7
    .
  4. Jardine, Eric
    .
    2012
    . "
    Journal of Strategic Studies
    "
    .
    The Tacit Evolution of Coordination and Strategic Outcomes: Evidence from the Soviet War in Afghanistan,
    .
    35 no4
    .
  5. Jardine, Eric
    .
    2012
    . "
    Small Wars & Insurgencies
    "
    .
    Population-Centric Counterinsurgency and the Movement of Peoples,
    .
    in 23 no2
    .

In the News

Return
to cigi
2017