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The New Jihadism: A Global Snapshot

Less than four years ago, jihadist violence was widely believed to be in a state of terminal decline. Osama bin Laden and his most senior lieutenants had been killed, and the peaceful uprisings of the Arab Spring seemed to usher in a new era of ...

Published in 2014

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Countering Violent Extremism in Indonesia: Need for a Rethink

Tis report examines the government prevention program to date while also looking atexamples o non-government and community-based initiatives to counter violent extremism.When well-planned and implemented, the latter can be very effective, but in ...

Published in 2014

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The Evolution of ISIS in Indonesia

This report examines the ISIS support network in Indonesia, how it emerged, who joinedit and how it has evolved. It also looks at the Indonesian government’s response. While thatresponse has been forceful, the government still needs to ...

Published in 2014

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The Flag Dispute: Anatomy of a Protest

The launch of the report coincides with the second anniversary of the vote in City Hall which restricted the flying of the union flag to designated days. The full 145-page document ‘looks at the origins of the protest, the way in ...

Published in 2014

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A Neo-Nationalist Network:The English Defence League and Europe’s Counter-Jihad Movement

With commentators and analyst offering descriptions ranging from populist street movement to racial-nationalists and fascists, it is clear that a great deal of uncertainty remains regarding the true nature of the English Defence ...

Published in 2013

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Countering the Self-Radicalised Lone Wolf: A New Paradigm?

Internet-driven self-radicalisation of the lone wolf is an increasing cause of concern for Governments and societies everywhere. A new paradigm is for countering self-radicalisation is suggested, comprising of five dimensions of Sender, Message, ...

Published in 2014

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Community Engagement for Counterterrorism: Lessons from the United Kingdom

It is now five years since the London bombings on 7 July 2005, which were shocking not just because of the devastation they caused but because they were carried out by four ‘home-grown’ bombers. The British Security Service ...

Published in 2010

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From Suspects to Citizens: Preventing Violent Extremism in a Big Society

The Coalition Government has the opportunity to initiate a new era of counter terrorism policy. It has started well by signalling its commitment to ‘restore the rights of individuals in the face of encroaching state ...

Published in 2010