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  • Nov172022

    What’s next for children in IS-affiliated families from Iraq?

    By Joana Cook *In November 2022, the newly formed government of Iraq suspended repatriations of Iraqi nationals from al-Hol camp.…

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  • Sep272022

    Storytelling, Memory and Momentum: Iraq’s Tishreen Movement

    By Ruba Ali Al-Hassani   Introduction While many observers claim that Iraq’s Tishreen protest movement has been coerced into silence,…

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  • Aug112022

    The Spectre of Neuroscience in Security Studies

    By Nafees Hamid   What can neuroscience tell us about violent extremism? As a cognitive scientist who was part of…

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  • Aug032022

    Stories as Research: How Community Narratives Inform Conflict Research

    By Pauline Zerla Communities in the Central African Republic have experienced war for over a decade. Yet we rarely hear…

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  • Jul252022

    Do No (Self) Harm: Acknowledging Researcher Vulnerability in Research Ethics

    By Gina Vale Social media has become an indispensable aspect of everyday life. Platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, Telegram, Tumblr,…

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  • Jul222022

    The Importance of Prisons to Terrorist Groups and Movements

    By Rajan Basra Throughout the history of terrorism, few locations have impacted the evolution of terrorist campaigns as the jail…

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  • May042022

    Bringing Loyalist and Opposition Factions Together: The Prospects for Reconciliation in New Syria

    By Rahaf Aldoughli When Syria’s Bashar al-Assad was running for re-election in 2021, scenes of patriotic regime loyalists piercing their…

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  • Mar092022

    Conflict Trauma and Violence: How Can We Promote Peace?

    By Ted Barker, Shiraz Maher & Craig Larkin The past two decades have seen a slew of programmatic efforts aimed…

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  • Feb152022

    The Iraqi Politics of Memory and Victimhood

    By Ela Khaled and Inna Rudolf After nearly three months of backroom deal attempts and horse-trading, Iraq’s newly appointed legislators…

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  • Apr212021

    “Today it’s Chauvin, Tomorrow it’ll be Another White Man”: Far-Right Reactions to the Conviction of Derek Chauvin

    By Research Fellows Hannah Rose and Blyth Crawford You can also find the full text here. Content warning: this piece…

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