Stephanie joined the ICCT as an Editorial Intern in June 2022. Stephanie holds a BSc in Liberal Arts and Sciences from Erasmus University College where she did a double major in International Relations & Political Science and International Law, a minor in Criminology, and graduated with honours. She is currently in the process of graduating from the MSc Crisis and Security Management at Leiden University specialising in the Governance of Radicalism, Extremism and Terrorism.
Prior to joining the team at ICCT, Stephanie worked as a Social Media Manager for the Visual Rebellion Collective, which aims to promote art and creativity to fight against military rule in Myanmar. Her main research interests include far-right extremism, foreign fighters, radicalisation and de-radicalisation processes, and the human rights and legal aspects of CT policies.
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.