Strategic Culture and Violent Non-State Actors A Comparative Study of Salafi-Jihadist Groups
Reintegrating Jihadist Extremist Detainees Helping Extremist Offenders Back into Society
Jihadism, Foreign Fighters and Radicalization in the EU Legal, Functional and Psychosocial Responses
Understanding Deradicalization Methods, Tools and Programs for Countering Violent Extremism
Transnational Organized Crime and Jihadist Terrorism Russian-Speaking Networks in Western Europe
By Jonathan Matusitz, Elena Berisha
September 18, 2020
This book provides a comprehensive analysis of female terrorism in America, both past and present. The volume takes a fresh look at women’s actions of left-wing political violence, right-wing political violence, and religious extremist violence (among others). It also examines the multitude of ...
By Edward D. Last
July 13, 2020
This book applies strategic culture concepts to violent non-state actors (VNSAs) in a comparative analysis. In recent years, Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) has become notorious for kidnapping Western hostages in north-western Africa and for its role in the short-lived Islamist takeover of ...
By Alex Mintz, Tyson Chatagnier, Yair Samban
December 09, 2019
This book analyzes a series of decisions by leaders of three major terrorist organizations and identifies a unique "Decision DNA" for each of them. The authors use the Applied Decision Analysis methodology to examine organizational and operational decisions made by the leaders of three major groups...
Edited By Orla Lynch, Javier Argomaniz
May 21, 2019
This volume examines how both victims and perpetrators of terrorism are relevant to our understanding of political violence. While the perpetrators of political violence have been the subject of significant academic research, victims of terrorism and political violence have rarely featured in this ...
By Daan Weggemans, Beatrice de Graaf
January 11, 2019
This book seeks to understand the processes of reintegration of former Jihadist detainees, as well as the role that the police and other frontline professionals play in this process. Over the past few decades the number of people who have been detained under the suspicion of terrorist activities ...
Edited By Inmaculada Marrero Rocha, Humberto M. Trujillo Mendoza
December 03, 2018
Jihadism, Foreign Fighters and Radicalization in the EU addresses the organizational and strategic changes in terrorism in Europe as a result of urban jihadism and the influx of foreign fighters of European nationality or residence. Examining the different types of responses to the treatment of ...
Edited By James J. Hentz, Hussein Solomon
October 18, 2018
The primary objective of this book is to understand the nature of the Boko Haram insurgency in northeast Nigeria. Boko Haram’s goal of an Islamic Caliphate, starting in the Borno State in the North East that will eventually cover the areas of the former Kanem-Borno Empire, is a rejection of the ...
Edited By Elli Lieberman
July 12, 2018
This book examines the question of how to deter a non-state terrorist actor. Can terrorism be deterred? This book argues that current research is unable to find strong cases of deterrence success, because it uses a flawed research design which does not capture the longitudinal dynamics of the ...
By Daniel Koehler
December 22, 2017
This book provides a comprehensive guide to the different aspects of deradicalization theories, programs and methods. It analyzes the practical and theoretical aspects of deradicalization programs and the methods being employed to bring extremists and terrorist back to a non-violent life. The book ...
By Michael Fredholm
September 14, 2017
This book describes and analyzes the convergence of transnational organized crime and jihadist terrorism that has taken place within Russian-speaking social networks in Western Europe. Studies have shown that while under certain circumstances links between criminal organizations and terrorist ...
By Richard Davis
June 16, 2017
This book offers a new understanding of the nature of power-seeking insurgent groups by empirically examining the use of violence by Hamas in the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict. Though Hamas has learned to ride the tides of popular support, it remains suspended between its quest to achieve the values...
Edited By Michael Fredholm
June 16, 2017
This volume examines the lone actor terrorist phenomenon, including the larger societal trends which may or may not have led to their acts of terrorism. With lone actor terrorism becoming an increasingly common threat, the contributors to this volume aim to answer the following questions: What ...