The CTSC Project in the Media

21 Jun 2016

Please find below articles, op-eds and interviews by ICCT Fellows and Associates on the topic of Counter-Terrorism Strategic Communications:

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Dr. Haroro J. Ingram, What Happens When ISIS Becomes an Online Caliphate? – The National Interest  


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Dr. Haroro Ingram, Jihadist Threat in 2017 – Australian Institute of International Affairs


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Dr. Alastair Reed, Countering Islamic State’s activities in BangladeshAustralian Strategic Policy Institute


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Dr. Haroro J. Ingram, ISIS Assessing RumiyahAustralian Institute of International Affairs


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J.M. BergerHow The Turner Diaries changed white nationalism – The Atlantic


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Dr. Haroro J. IngramHow ISIS Survives Defeat: Propaganda and Decisive Minorities – Sustainable Security 


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Dr. Haroro J. Ingram, This is how Islamist extremists use Western anti-Islam rhetoric to help recruitThe Washington Post


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Dr. Haroro J. Ingram,  An Analysis of Inspire & Dabiq: Lessons From Aqap and Islamic State’s Propaganda War – Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 


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Dr. Haroro J Ingram and Dr. Alastair ReedLessons from History to Defeat ISIS and Al-Qaeda – Australian Institute of International Affairs


You can watch here the full address of J.M. Berger at the VoX-Pol Conference in Dublin “Taking Stock of the Research on Violent Online Political Extremism”:


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J.M. Berger, Radio interview with Sean O’Rourke – RTÉ Radio (Ireland)


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Dr. Haroro J. Ingram and Charlie Winter, How ISIS Weaponized The Media After OrlandoThe Atlantic


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Dr. Haroro J. Ingram, How to beat back ISIS PropagandaThe National Interest  


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Dr. Haroro J. IngramAn analysis of Islamic State’s Dabiq magazine – Australian Journal of Political Science

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