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United States Department of State

Making Sense of Haiti’s State Fragility and Violence: Combining Structure and Contingency?

Andreas E. Feldmann

Violent Extremism Research from the RAND Corporation

RAND Corporation

Sunday, January 1st
12:00 AM

Exploring the transferability and applicability of gang evaluation methodologies to counter-violent radicalisation

Matthew Davies, RAND Corporation
Richard Warnes, RAND Europe
Joanna Hofman, RAND Europe

Monday, January 1st
12:00 AM

Comparing Theories of Radicalisation with Countering Violent Extremism Policy

Keiran Hardy, Griffith Criminology Institute

Evaluating interventions that prevent or counter violent extremism. A practical guide

Joanna Hofman, RAND Europe
Alex Sutherland, RAND Europe

Preventing violent extremism through the United Nations: the rise and fall of a good idea

David H. Ucko, College of International Security Affairs, National Defense University

Terrorism and tourism in the Caribbean: a regional analysis

Brenda J. Lutz
James M. Lutz, Department of Political Science, PurdueUniversity at Fort Wayne

The Labor Market and Terrorism

Erik Cruz, Florida International University
Stewart J. D'Alessio, Florida International University
Lisa Stolzenberg, Florida International University

Venezuela’s toxic relations with Iran and Hezbollah: an avenue of violence, crime, corruption and terrorism

Christian Vianna de Azevedo, Polícia Federal - Brasil e Pontifícia Universidade Católica de Minas Gerais - PUC/MG


Youth and Violent Extremism Online: Countering Terrorists Exploitation and Use of the Internet

Richard Apau, IT Officer, African Centre for Study and Research on Terrorism, African Union Commission

Tuesday, January 1st
12:00 AM

A Global Analysis of Water-Related Terrorism, 1970–2016

Jennifer Veilleux, Florida International University
Shlomi Dinar, Florida International University

An empirical investigation of FDI in flows in developing economies: Terrorism as a determinant factor

Kechagia Polyxeni, University of Thessaly
Metaxas Theodore, University of Thessaly

Counter piracy programming and potential barriers to reintegrating Somali pirates: An African restorative justice critique

Brittany V. Gilmer, The University of Alabama
Britanee E. Kane, Florida International University

Countering Violent Extremism inTrinidad and Tobago: An Evaluation

Daniel P. Aldrich, Northeastern University
Raghunath Mahabir

Countering violent extremism: A mathematical model

Manuele Santoprete, Department of Mathematics Wilfrid Laurier University

El rol de la UNESCO en la prevención del extremismo violento

Diana Paola Ponce

Gender, governance, and countering violent extremism (CVE) in the UK

Katherine E. Brown, University of Birmingham

Radicalization or reaction: Understanding engagement in violent extremism in Northern Ireland.

Neil Ferguson, Department of Psychology, Liverpool Hope University
James W. McAuley, Department of Behavioural and Social Sciences, University of Huddersfield

The calypso caliphate: how Trinidad became a recruiting ground for ISIS

Simon Cottee, University of Kent; The Atlantic

The Radiological and WMD Threat Posed to National Security By Hezbollah in Latin America

Lawrence J. King, U.S. Air Force

Women and Terrorism: Hidden Threats, Forgotten Partners

Jamille Bigio, The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR)
Rachel Vogelstein, The Council on Foreign Relations(CFR)

Wednesday, January 1st
12:00 AM

Counter-Radicalization Bot ResearchUsing Social Bots to Fight Violent Extremism

William Marcellino, RAND Corporation
Madeline Magnuson, RAND Corporation
Anne Stickells
Benjamin Boudreaux, RAND Corporation
Todd C. Helmus, RAND Corporation
Edward Geist, RAND Corporation
Zev Winkelman, RAND Corporation

Countering Violent Extremism: Perspectives from the Australian Context

Shandon Harris-Hogan

Enter 9/11: Latin America and the Global War on Terror

Markus-Michael Müller, Freie Universität Berlin, ZILateinamerika-Institut

Hate in the time of coronavirus: exploring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on violent extremism and terrorism in the West

Francesco Marone, Department of Political and Social Sciences, University of Pavia

Modeling Radicalization and Violent Extremism

LeRon Shults, Institute for Global Development and Planning, University of Agder Kristians and NorwayCenter for Modeling Social Systems at NORCE Kristians and Norway
Ross Gore, Virginia Modeling, Analysis and Simulation Center, Old Dominion University

Prevention of Terrorism–An Assessment of Prior POM Work and Future Potentials

Sushil Gupta, Florida International University
Martin K. Starr, Columbia University in the City of New York
Reza Zanjirani Farahani, Kingston Business School
Mahsa Mahboob Ghodsi, HEC Montréal

Sentiment analysis of extremism in social media from textual information

Muhammad Asif, Department of Computer Science, National Textile University, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Atiab Ishtiaq, Department of Computer Science, National Textile University
Haseeb Ahmad, Department of Computer Science, National Textile University
Hanan Aljuaid, Department of Computer Sciences, College of Computer and Information Sciences, Princess Nourah Bint Abdulrahman University
Jalal Shah, Department of Computer System Engineering and Sciences, Balochistan University of Engineering and Technology

Staying Engaged in Terrorism: Narrative Accounts of Sustaining Participation in Violent Extremism

Neil Ferguson, Department of Psychology, Liverpool Hope University
James W. McAuley, Department of Behavioural and Social Sciences, University of Huddersfield

The Importance of Legislation in Dealing with Extremism and Terrorism: The Experience of Trinidad and Tobago

Andrew Dalip Jr., Canadian Association of Security and Intelligence Studies

Trinidad and Tobago

The Role of Education in the Prevention of Radicalization and Violent Extremism in Developing Countries

Marlies Sas, Antwerp Research Group on Safety and Security (ARGoSS) and Research Group on Law Enforcement, University of Antwerp, 2000 Antwerp, Belgium
Koen Ponnet, Department of Communication Sciences, imec-mict-Ghent University
Genserik Reniers, Antwerp Research Group on Safety and Security (ARGoSS) and Safety and Security Science Group,
Wim Hardyns, Antwerp Research Group on Safety and Security (ARGoSS) and Research Group on Law Enforcement, University of Antwerp; Institute for International Research on Criminal Policy (IRCP), Ghent University

Transitional Justice and Violent Extremism

Ronald C. Slye, Seattle University School of Law

Monday, June 1st
12:00 AM

The Pits: Violence in Michoacán Over Control of Avocado Trade

Samuel D. Henkin, National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism, University of Maryland

Friday, January 1st
12:00 AM

British Columbia SHIFT: Early Lessons Learned from a Provincial Program for Countering Radicalization to Violent Extremism

Garth Davies, School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University
Madison Reid, BC Shift, BC Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General

Community Violence and Support for Violent Extremism: Evidence From the Sahel

Steven E. Finkel, Department of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh
John F. McCauley, University of Maryland, College Park
Michael Neureiter, University of Pittsburgh
Chris A. Belasco, University of Pittsburgh

Countering Violent Extremism and Radical Rhetoric

Tamar Mitts, Columbia University

Dedicated to the cause: Identity development and violent extremism.

Neil Ferguson, Department of Psychology, Liverpool Hope University, Liverpool, United Kingdom
James W. McAuley, Department of Behavioural and Social Sciences, University of Huddersfield

Global Terrorism: Impact Of Globalization and Combating Terrorism; Actors and Related Challenges

Geofrey K. Towett

Misuse of charitable giving to finance violent extremism; A futuristic actions study amidst COVID-19 pandemic

Muhammad Akram, Eastern Mennonite University
Asim Nasar, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia
Abid Rehman, University of Peshawar

Preventing Violent Extremism with Former Extremists in Schools: A Media Analysis of the Situation in Germany

Antje Gansewig, University of Oldenburg
Maria Walsh, Independent researcher

Preventing Violent Extremism – What Has Gender Got to Do With It?

Jacqui true, Gender, Peace and Security Centre, Monash University, Australia and Peace Research Institute
Edi Eddyono

Preventing Violent Extremismthrough Augmenting CommunityResilience and EmpoweringCommunity Members in Swat

Dr. Muhammad Idris, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan
Dr. Said Saeed, Principal Elementary &Secondary Education KP
Sumaira Noreen, Lahore College for Women University

Radicalization and Violent Extremism in the Era of COVID-19

Garth Davies, School of Criminology at Simon Fraser University

What Drives Diffusion? Anti-Terrorism Legislation in the Arab Middle East and North Africa

Maria Josua

Saturday, January 1st
12:00 AM

US Guns Fuel Arms Trafficking in the Dominican Republic

Douwe Den Held

Sunday, January 1st
12:00 AM


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