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10th Anniversary Interview – HA Hellyer

10th Anniversary Interview – HA Hellyer

To celebrate E-IR’s 10th anniversary we asked some of our existing interviewees two further questions reflecting on the last decade in International Relations.

Interview – Omar Ashour

Interview – Omar Ashour

Dr. Ashour explains de-radicalisation and how Western powers approach the problem, and he talks about Islamism in Egypt’s military government.

Education and Extremism: “Fundamental British Values” in the Classroom

Education and Extremism: “Fundamental British Values” in the Classroom

That a government-endorsed set of values is undemocratic may come as no surprise. The fact that it has gone unchallenged should come as a grave concern.

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’.

Understanding Youth Radicalization in the Age of ISIS: A Psychosocial Analysis

Understanding Youth Radicalization in the Age of ISIS: A Psychosocial Analysis

Analysis of psychosocial attributes of youth, suggests policies guided by the principle of ‘good families via good societies’ may help the youth radicalization problem.

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Review – Jihadi Culture on the World Wide Web

Ramsay’s analysis of online jihadi culture challenges current assumptions about this phenomenon and examines its limited translation to real world violence.

Do the Roots of Violent Radicalisation Lie Where The UK Government Suspects They Do?

Do the Roots of Violent Radicalisation Lie Where The UK Government Suspects They Do?

‘The Roots of Violent Radicalisation’ report reviews the UK’s counter-terrorism strategy PREVENT. It identifies suspected places where radicalisation takes place despite there being little evidence to suggest that any of these forums drive the process.

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