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  • Aug172023

    What do we mean when we talk about ‘resilience’ to violent extremism?’

    By Federica Calissano Speaking at a memorial event 10 years on from 9/11, then President of the United States, Barack…

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  • Jun282023

    Dr Inna Rudolf shares her research on post-conflict recovery in Mosul

    Dr Inna Rudolf is a Research Fellow on the Cross-Border Conflict Evidence, Policy and Trends (XCEPT) research programme at King’s…

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  • Jun142023

    Meet Dr Rajan Basra – XCEPT research

    Dr Rajan Basra is a post-doctoral researcher on the Cross-Border Conflict Evidence, Policy and Trends (XCEPT) research programme at King’s…

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  • May102023

    Martyrdom in Lebanon: An Evolution of Memory-Making

    By Bronte Philips In a speech given on Hezbollah’s 11 November Martyrs’ Day in 2021, the group’s Secretary-General, Hassan Nasrallah,…

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  • Apr262023

    Meet Dr Fiona McEwen – XCEPT research

    Dr Fiona McEwen is the Survey and Interventions Director of the Cross-Border Conflict Evidence, Policy and Trends (XCEPT) research programme…

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  • Apr122023

    Can Uncertainty Make Us Violent? The Role of Uncertainty in Encouraging Violent and Extremist Ideologies

    By Federica Calissano Credit: Shutterstock/zimmytws. Uncertainty is a condition that all individuals experience, and it is something that we all, to…

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  • Apr062023

    Translation in conflict: an instrument of power or a place of neutrality?

    By Mohamad El Kari Credit: Shutterstock/igor kisselev. Within the realm of conflict zones, translators play a complex role in representing, and…

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  • Mar292023

    Forgotten refugees – the experiences of Syrian military defectors in Turkey

    By Alison Brettle Photo: January 2023: Syrian refugee tents near the Syrian-Turkish border. Credit: Shutterstock/Mohammad Bash. In the 12 months…

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  • Dec152022

    The Legacy of Trauma: Can trauma be transmitted across generations?

    By Pauline Zerla Photo: Belfast, 2018: a women writes on the wall of peace commemorating the violence that happened in…

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  • Dec082022

    Gun-toting grannies and cattle raiders: why understanding civilian-combatant identities can help conflict recovery

    By Alison Brettle Photo: Man from Mundari Tribe, South Sudan. Credit: klublu/Shutterstock. What might Ukraine’s gun-toting grannies have in common…

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