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Updated on 18 Oct 2018
Renske van der Veer on NOS

Director Renske van der Veer comments on the recent developments concerning the Arnhem jihad case on Dutch news NOS. Read the article here (in Dutch).

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Updated on 17 Oct 2018
Countering Terrorism Through the Stripping of Citizenship: Ineffective and Counterproductive

Introduction According to the Global Terrorism Index 2017, there has been a worldwide decrease of deaths caused by terrorism in 2016. Yet, at the same time, terrorism has spread to more and more countries. In 2016, “more countries experienced at least one attack and one death than at any other point since data was first […]

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Updated on 10 Oct 2018
To Help Defeat Boko Haram, the EU Should Push for Good Governance and Accountability

Boko Haram remains a major security challenge for Nigeria and its Lake Chad basin neighbours, and the conflict in the north east has triggered a tragic humanitarian crisis affecting more than seven million people in the region. The EU has commendably increased its humanitarian support to the affected population, but wisely refrained from becoming too […]

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Updated on 4 Oct 2018
Global Security Pulse September 2018: The Crime-Terrorism Nexus

The Global Security Pulse tracks emerging security trends and risks worldwide. This month’s edition explores trends connected to the existing nexus between crime and terrorism, and presents new and underappreciated developments regarding European disengagement strategies, rising right-wing extremism, countering FinTech abuse, and the effects on the international order. The Global Security Pulse (GSP) makes use […]

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Updated on 1 Oct 2018
ICCT staff on recent terrorist arrests

Following the recent arrests of seven terror suspects by the Dutch Police, several ICCT staff have discussed this ‘terrorist plot’ on Dutch National television. ICCT Director Renske van der Veer appeared in the news show Nieuwsuur, discussing radicalisation and deradicalisation of terror suspects. ICCT Research Fellow Edwin Bakker was in Buitenhof to comment on the arrests […]

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Updated on 28 Sep 2018
September 2018 Newsletter

Our September Newsletter is out! To read about our latest publications, media updates and projects, follow the link. If you have any remarks, questions or suggestions, feel free to contact us! To subscribe to the monthly newsletter, click here.

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Updated on 28 Sep 2018
Jeanine de Roy van Zuijdewijn on RTL Late Night

Research Fellow Jeanine de Roy van Zuijdewijn discussed the recent arrests of 7 suspected terrorist in the Netherlands on the Dutch television show ‘RTL Late Night’. Watch it here. (in Dutch)

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Updated on 28 Sep 2018
Bart Schuurman on Dutch television show ‘Pauw’

Research Fellow Bart Schuurman commented on the recent arrests of suspected terrorists in the Netherlands on the Dutch television show ‘Pauw’. Watch it here. (in Dutch)

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Updated on 26 Sep 2018
Countering Islamist Radicalisation in Germany – A Guide to Germany’s Growing Prevention Infrastructure

Countering and Preventing Violent Extremism (CVE & PVE) has become a main subject for nation states as well as for international organisations, like the UN or the OSCE, which are deeply engaged in finding good practice examples among their member states. Some states such as the UK or the Netherlands have adopted national strategies against […]

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Updated on 25 Sep 2018
Women in Jihad: A Historical Perspective

By exploring the different roles women have historically played in jihadist movements, this policy brief aims to broaden the understanding of women’s positions in, and their relevance for contemporary jihadism. Women have maintained and propagated jihadist ideology, supported their jihadist husbands, raised their children according to jihadist ideology, recruited others, helped create alliances through strategic […]

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