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  • Oct282019

    “Their Fate is Tied to Ours”: Assessing AQAP Governance and Implications for Security in Yemen

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

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  • Oct072019

    ICSR Event – Peter R. Neumann Book Launch, October 21st

    Where: King’s College London When: Monday October 21st, 6.30pm We are delighted to launch Senior Fellow Peter R. Neumann’s new book, Bluster: Donald…

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  • Sep242019

    PoE & ICSR Event – The ISIS Files: An Evening With Rukmini Callimachi, October 7th

    Where: King’s College London When: Monday October 7th, 6.30pm In collaboration with the Program on Extremism (PoE) at George Washington University, ICSR…

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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

    In July 2018 we established the first global dataset on women, minors and total populations. We have updated this to…

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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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  • Apr152019

    Haftar’s Calculus for Libya: What Happened, and What is Next?

    By Research Fellow Inga Kristina Trauthig You can also find the full text here. In recent days, a battle for…

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  • Mar122019

    ICSR Event – Talk & Discussion with Peter Neumann at House of Commons, Tuesday March 19th, 6pm

    Where: Committee Room 12, Palace of Westminster, Westminster, London SW1A 0AA When: Tuesday March 19th, 6pm Rehman Chishti MP, Member of Parliament for…

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  • Mar012019

    ICSR Event – Conceptualising the Role of Ideology and Ideas in Extremism, Thursday March 14th, 5.30pm

    Where: King’s College London When: Thursday March 14th, 5.30pm ICSR is delighted to invite you to an expert talk on the role…

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  • Feb212019

    ICSR Event – Expert Talk On Counter-Terrorism in Indonesia, Wednesday March 6th, 5.30pm

    Where: King’s College London When: Wednesday March 6th, 5.30pm ICSR has the pleasure of inviting you to an expert talk on Indonesia’s…

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  • Feb182019

    CGS & ICSR Event – Emma Sky Book Launch, February 25th

    Where: King’s College London When: Monday February 25th, 6pm To celebrate ICSR Associate Fellow Emma Sky’s new book, In A Time Of Monsters:…

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  • Feb052019

    Saudi Foreign Fighters: Analysis of Leaked Islamic State Entry Documents

    The full report can be accessed here. Read on for the Executive Summary. Context • In early 2016, a huge…

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  • Jan302019

    Ghosts of the Past: The Muslim Brotherhood and its Struggle for Legitimacy in post‑Qaddafi Libya

    The full report can be accessed here. Read on for the Executive Summary. Background: Libya in 2018 • Seven years…

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  • Jan162019

    ICSR Report Launch – Ghosts of the Past: The Muslim Brotherhood and its Struggle for Legitimacy in post‑Qaddafi Libya

    Chair: Dounia Mahlouly, SOAS Speakers: Emadeddin Badi, Middle East Institute Inga Kristina Trauthig, ICSR Where: King’s College London When: Tuesday…

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  • Jan092019

    The Cost of Crying Victory: Policy Implications of the Islamic State’s Territorial Collapse

    The full text can be downloaded  here. In light of the territorial demise of the Islamic State (IS) in Iraq…

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  • Jan032019

    ICSR & PIPD Event – #MyPalestine Exhibition Launch, January 16th

    Where: King’s College London When: Wednesday January 16th, 6pm #MyPalestine is a crowd-sourced photography campaign that called on Palestinians and people from…

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  • Dec052018

    Holy Mobilisation: The Religious Legitimation behind Iraq’s Counter-ISIS Campaign

    The full text can be downloaded here. Following the capture of Mosul and Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi’s historic proclamation of the…

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  • Dec032018

    The King’s Programme for Middle East Dialogue Research Papers 2018

    As the King’s Programme for Middle East Dialogue concludes for this academic year, ICSR is pleased to publish the research papers…

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  • Nov212018

    ICSR Event – Michael Kenney Book Launch, November 29th

    Where: King’s College London When: Thursday November 29th, 1pm To celebrate Michael Kenney’s new book, The Islamic State in Britain: Radicalization and Resilience…

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  • Nov122018

    CGS & ICSR Event – Violence And Islamist Extremism: New Approaches and Interpretations

    Where: King’s College London When: Tuesday November 20th, 6.15pm ICSR is delighted to invite you to a discussion on violence and Islamist…

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  • Oct292018

    Beyond ISIS & Al-Qaeda: The Long Tail of Global Islamist Violence

    The full text can be downloaded here. One of the key questions on analysts’ lips since the near-territorial defeat of…

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  • Oct262018

    Will the Safe Bet Deliver?

    By Research Fellow Inna Rudolf. Click here to read the full article, which was published in zenith. Branded as a compromise…

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  • Oct232018

    ICSR Event – Discussion On ‘Salafism In America: History, Evolution, Radicalization’

    Where: King’s College London When: Friday November 2nd, 1.30pm ICSR, in partnership with the Program on Extremism at George Washington University, is…

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  • Oct162018

    ICSR Event – Expert Talk and Interactive Session on the Syrian Conflict

    Where: King’s College London When: Monday October 29th, 12.30pm ICSR has the pleasure of inviting you to an expert talk and interactive…

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  • Oct122018

    ICSR Event – Clint Watts Book Launch

    Where: King’s College London When: Thursday October 25th, 6.30pm To celebrate Clint Watts’ new book, Messing with the Enemy: Surviving in a Social…

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  • Oct102018

    The Kurds After the ‘Caliphate’: How the Decline of ISIS has Impacted the Kurds of Iraq and Syria

    The full report can be accessed here. Read on for the Executive Summary. • While the so-called Islamic State’s ‘caliphate’…

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  • Sep282018

    ICSR Report Launch – The Kurds After the ‘Caliphate’: How the Decline of ISIS has Impacted the Kurds of Iraq and Syria

    Where: King’s College London When: Tuesday October 9th, 5.30pm This new report by ICSR Research Fellow John Holland-McCowan seeks to highlight some…

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  • Sep242018

    Understanding the Drivers of Radicalisation Among Syrians

    The full text can be downloaded here. Long considered a moderate Muslim country, Syria has become one of the world’s…

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  • Aug302018

    The Religious Foundations of Political Violence

    The full text can be downloaded here. Although it is on the battlefields of Syria and Iraq that the destructive…

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