Last month I spent some time in Geneva, speaking at a side-event to the United Nations Human Rights Council.
Organised by the think tank European Foundation for South Asian Studies, 'Terrorism in South Asia' brought together four scholars and a healthy audience to discuss events, primarily in Pakistan and Kashmir, and their impact closer to home.
You can hear a recording of my talk here, via Soundcloud. A copy of my paper "Terrorism in Pakistan and the role of Pakistani diaspora in the UK: Challenges?" is on the Academia.edu site, but I think you will need to be a member of the site to download it (it is free).
Whilst in Geneva I did some work with the Indian media. It is fair to see the antipathy between India and Pakistan somewhat colours their approach, but hopefully the gist of my general points emerges here, and here. Some of the EFSAS recordings of the event are also appearing online now, for example here.
Finally I also did a guest lecture in Septemberto a Leicester University summer school for distance learning Criminology students. You can hear an audio recording of my talk on British Jihadism here.