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Updated on 17 Jul 2019
June 2019 Newsletter

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Updated on 17 Jul 2019
May 2019 Newsletter

Our May Newsletter is out! To read about our latest publications, media updates and projects, follow this 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 10 Jul 2019
Siege: The Atomwaffen Division and Rising Far-Right Terrorism in the United States

In the past several years, the United States has witnessed a concerning rise in far-right extremism and terrorist violence. Attackers in Oak Creek, Charleston, and Pittsburgh emerged from an increasingly emboldened radical right, which has grown in size and ambition in recent years. The Atomwaffen Division—a small, neo-Nazi terrorist organisation—is part of this movement. This […]

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Updated on 28 Jun 2019
A Decade on from the 2008 Mumbai Attack: Reviewing the question of state-sponsorship

On the night of 26 November 2008, ten Kalashnikov-wielding terrorists attacked Mumbai. They stuck simultaneously at five locations, shooting dead 140 Indians and 25 foreign tourists. American and British passport-holders were executed in two luxury hotel complexes.[1] At a Jewish cultural centre, Israeli nationals were tortured before being killed. A fourth location, a café frequented […]

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Updated on 19 Jun 2019
Terrorism, Organised Crime, and Necessity

Introduction In recent years, there has been much debate over the role organised crime plays in the commission of terrorism, and vice versa. In this Perspective, I explore the dichotomy that exists between the contention that organised criminals and terrorists are exceptionally similar, against the counterargument that their strategic aims (that is, profit versus political […]

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Updated on 6 Jun 2019
Post Brexit EU (In)Security

In 2014, Theresa May, then Home Secretary, presented to Parliament a series of Impact Assessments examining the benefits for the United Kingdom of continuing its participation within the European Union’s security and policing arrangements such as Europol, the European Arrest Warrant (EAW) and the second generation Schengen Information System (SIS II). The conclusions reached were […]

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Updated on 3 Jun 2019
What Does the Islamic State’s Organisational Restructuring Tell Us?

Over the course of recent weeks, the Islamic State (IS) announced that it had established a new province in India, the wilayah of Hind, after attacks on security forces in the Kashmir region. IS has also been responsible for an uptick of attacks in Pakistan under the auspices of the wilayah of Pakistan. The attacks […]

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Updated on 27 May 2019
Providing Psychosocial Care to Child Soldiers Living in Post-IS Iraq

When troops of the self-proclaimed “Islamic State” conquered areas of northern Iraq in August 2014, they turned against the religious minorities in the region, particularly against the Yazidis, with extreme brutality. Many men were executed; women and children were kidnapped and often systematically raped. IS specifically targeted children and adolescents, who were torn away from […]

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Updated on 23 May 2019
April 2019 Newsletter

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Updated on 23 May 2019
March 2019 Newsletter

Our March Newsletter is out! To read about our latest publications, media updates and projects, follow this 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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