The CTSC Project in the Media

Haroro J. Ingram, J.M. Berger, Alastair Reed 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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Charlie WinterVirtual Caliphate Rebooted: The Islamic State’s Evolving Online StrategyLawfare



J.M. Berger, White Supremacists Share Bomb-Making Materials in Online Chats, Mother Jones


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





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


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


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


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


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


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”:


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


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


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


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

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