Post Tagged with: "DAESH"

Interview – Michael Stephens

Interview – Michael Stephens

RUSI’s Michael Stephens answers questions on the recent referendum in Iraqi Kurdistan, Trump’s Middle East policy, developments in Syria and the Iran nuclear deal.

Gender and Countering Islamic State Radicalisation

Gender and Countering Islamic State Radicalisation

The women targeted by counter-terrorism polices are denied politics, their agency is reduced to a lack of knowledge, and they are assumed to be rational but ‘misguided’.

Interview – Salim al-Jabouri

Interview – Salim al-Jabouri

The Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, Dr. Salim al-Jabouri, answers questions about Daesh/ISIS and the challenges associated with the rebuilding of Iraq and its military.

European Response to Security Threats: Limitations and An Alternative

European Response to Security Threats: Limitations and An Alternative

Hard-line security actions could be necessary to reassure the public and to prevent further strikes. However, they have proven their limits in the very recent past.

The Women of Daesh: Thinking about a Decade of Research on Women, Gender, and Terrorism

The Women of Daesh: Thinking about a Decade of Research on Women, Gender, and Terrorism

So long as gender stereotypes rule our understandings of women’s participation in terrorism, those understandings will necessarily be partial.

World War Z: Why Russia Fights DAESH Zealots

World War Z: Why Russia Fights DAESH Zealots

The civilizational lines drawn by the West have allowed the world to divide itself into camps making the civilian undersides of societies susceptible to extremist horror.

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