Alexander von Rosenbach
Alexander von Rosenbach is Operations Manager at ICCT. Before joining ICCT, he worked as a Senior Technology Analyst & Project Manager for a New York City startup, managing enterprise-level business processes and technology solutions. He also worked for five years at Jane’s, a London-based open-source intelligence provider to militaries, governments, intelligence agencies and industry. There, he led a team of analysts and researchers assessing military capabilities and threats around the world.
As Operations Manager, Alexander brings more than 10 years of commercial and security experience to bear on ICCT strategy, finance, staffing and organizational design. He holds a Master’s degree in International History from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science from the University of British Columbia.
This policy brief provides an overview of the sociological issues underpinning the issues of far right and Islamist reciprocal or cumulative radicalisation in the Western European context. That is, these groups radicalise each other by mutually reinforcing their hate, intolerance, or indignation towards each other. The nature of reciprocal radicalisation between far right and Islamist […]
Writing in 1992, noted terrorism scholar David Rapoport remarked that nearly 90% of terrorist groups lasted less than one year. Subsequent scholarship on terrorist group longevity has similarly noted the short average lifespan of the vast majority of such groups. Why then—more than three decades after it was originally founded—has al-Qaeda been able to enjoy […]
Introduction In the past months, there has been considerable discussion about whether or not foreign fighters and their families currently detained in camps in Syria should be repatriated. An often-heard justification in Western Europe not to opt for repatriation is the fact that prosecution of the adults will often lead to light sentences and thus […]