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  • Sep182019

    HTS’s Offline Propaganda: Infrastructure, Engagement and Monopoly

    The full report can be accessed here. An overview of its findings can be found here. Please read on for…

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  • Sep042019

    ICSR Event – Joana Cook Book Launch, September 17th

    Where: King’s College London When: Tuesday September 17th, 7pm We are delighted to launch Senior Research Fellow Joana Cook’s new book, A Woman’s…

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  • Sep022019

    ExLegi & ICSR Conference – Exploring Links between Crime and Terrorism, September 16th-17th

    Where: Department of Sociology, University of Oxford When: Monday September 16th – Tuesday September 17th In recent years, the so-called “crime-terror…

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  • Aug282019

    ICSR Event – Arie Kruglanski Book Launch, September 10th

    Where: King’s College London When: Tuesday September 10th, 5.30pm We are delighted to host Arie Kruglanski from the University of Maryland for…

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  • Aug222019

    Transnational Volunteers Against ISIS

    The full report can be accessed here. An overview of its findings can be found here. The age of Islamic…

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  • Aug132019

    Polemical and Fratricidal Jihadists: A Historical Examination of Debates, Contestation and Infighting Within the Sunni Jihadi Movement

    The full report can be accessed here. An overview of its findings can be found here. The Sunni Jihadi movement…

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  • Jul262019

    From Daesh to ‘Diaspora’ II: The Challenges Posed by Women and Minors After the Fall of the Caliphate

    This article was first published in the CTC Sentinel, July 2019, Volume 12, Issue 6. The full feature can be…

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  • May232019

    Erdoğan and the Last Quest for the Greenmantle

    By Saud al-Sarhan, King Faisal Center for Research and Islamic Studies You can also find the full text here. Following…

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  • May152019

    ‘The Greatness of Her Position’: Comparing Identitarian and Jihadi Discourses on Women

    The full report can be accessed here. Read on for the Introduction. hen women get involved a movement becomes a…

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  • May012019

    ICSR Report Launch – ‘The Greatness of Her Position’: Comparing Identitarian and Jihadi Discourses on Women, Tuesday May 14th, 5.30pm

    Where: King’s College London When: Tuesday May 14th, 5.30pm This event will launch a report co-authored by Ashley Mattheis from the University of…

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