Nafees Hamid is an Associate Fellow at ICCT, a research fellow at Artis International, and a Frederick Bonnart-Braunthal Trust Ph.D. candidate in the Security and Crime Science department at the University College London. His research includes ethnographic interviews, survey studies, social network analysis, and psychology and neuroscience experiments with mostly European members of jihadi organizations, their friends and family, supporters of such networks, and the general communities from where they originate.
Almost two years after the promulgation of the VDP law, what impact do these civilian auxiliaries have on the overall crisis, the local conflict dynamics, and the situation faced by civilian populations in affected regions?
We would love to receive some feedback from our audience and hear what you think of ICCT Journal. We would really appreciate it if you could help us out by completing this short, three minute survey! For those who complete the questionnaire, they will have the option to enter a draw to win one of […]
Within counter-terrorism, there is little attention given to left-wing extremism. Van Dongen analyses why this phenomenon exists and whether it is justified.