Fred Halliday (1946-2010) was ICREA research professor at the Institut Barcelona d'Estudis Internacionals. He was from 1985-2008 professor of international relations at the London School of Economics (LSE), and subsequently professor emeritus there.
Fred Halliday's many books include Political Journeys: The openDemocracy Essays (Saqi, 2011); Caamaño in London: the Exile of a Latin American Revolutionary (Institute for the Study of the Americas, 2010); Shocked and Awed: How the War on Terror and Jihad Have Changed the English Language (IB Tauris, 2010); 100 Myths about the Middle East (Saqi, 2005); The Middle East in International Relations: Power, Politics and Ideology (Cambridge University Press, 2005); Two Hours That Shook the World: September 11, 2001 - Causes and Consequences (Saqi, 2001); Nation and Religion in the Middle East (Saqi, 2000); and Revolutions and World Politics: The Rise and Fall of the Sixth Great Power (Palgrave Macmillan, 1999).
Fred Halliday died in Barcelona on 26 April 2010. Six years after his death in Barcelona, his work has never been more relevant
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Fred Halliday as a young man, by Alex Halliday.