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ICSR Workshop – The Future of Jihadism: From Theory to Policy

ICSR Workshop – The Future of Jihadism: From Theory to Policy
1st December 2015 ICSR Team
In Events, Seminars

This one day workshop examined the future of jihadism in both theory and practice. It featured discussions on the future of the academic discipline of jihadism studies, and present new conceptual models that help identify and analyze trends in global jihad. Practically, the workshop aimed to advance the discussion of global jihadism as a policy problem, by highlighting new policy challenges of the global jihad and seeking ways to counter the challenge posed by global jihadi actors.

Held in commemoration of Dr Reuven Paz, a pioneer of the modern study of global jihadism, the one-day workshop was co-sponsored by ICSR; the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT); the Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy & Strategy, Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC); and Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI).

Speakers included:
Professor Boaz Ganor, ICT
Professor Peter Neumann, ICSR
Christophe Prince, OSCT
Yassin Musharbash, Die Zeit
Dr Thomas Hegghammer, FFI
Professor Assaf Moghadam, ICT
Dr Shiraz Maher, ICSR
Aymenn Jawad al-Tamimi, ICT
Dr Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens, ICSR
Dr Eitan Azani, ICT

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