Hanna Rigault Arkhis
Hanna joined the ICCT in August 2021 as an intern for the Current & Emerging Threats Programme. Hanna holds a bachelor in International Relations & Organisations for which she wrote her thesis “Do not fear, we are at war” providing an analysis of political discourse after the 2016 terror attacks in Brussels, Berlin and Nice.
She recently graduated from the Leiden University Master of Crisis & Security Management during which she specialised in the Governance of Radicalism, Extremism and Terrorism. Her main research interests are the links between far-right extremism and the military, the role of women within far-right extremism and violence in the Sahel region.
Before working at the ICCT, Hanna completed an internship with the Education & Events Team at the TMC Asser Instituut. Next to her studies, she has been deeply involved in Leiden University’s community and student representation through various organisations.
ICCT Key Publications
Van Dongen, T., Veilleux-Lepage, Y., Leidig, E., and Rigault Arkhis, H. Right-Wing Extremism in the Military. Research Paper, The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism, 25 May 2022.
Van Dongen, T., Wentworth, M., Rigault Arkhis, H. Terrorist Threat Assessment 2019- 2021. Threat Assessment, The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism, 03 February 2022
Rigault Arkhis, H. White, J. Female veterans and right-wing extremism: becoming ‘one of the boys’. Perspective, The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism, 28 January 2022
This Perspective explores the potential implications of another Turkish invasion for both local and international security.
Keywords: Kaczynski, Unabomber, eco-fascism, anti technology, far-right, manifesto Disclaimer: Primary sources, including quotations, are not linked within the text for ethical reasons. Readers interested in obtaining primary material may contact the authors directly. “Eco-fascism” is receiving renewed attention following the recent far-right terrorist attack at a supermarket in Buffalo, New York. In his manifesto, the […]
This short article revisits the concepts of terrorism waves and the Zeitgeist, with a view to reflect on what terrorist threat landscape may lie on the horizon.