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No 3 (2015): Summer Issue Thugs or Terrorists? A Typology of Right-Wing Terrorism and Violence in Western Europe Abstract   PDF
Jacob Aasland Ravndal
No 6 (2016): Spring Issue 2016 Toward a Framework Understanding of Online Programs for Countering Violent Extremism Abstract   PDF
Garth Davies, Christine Neudecker, Marie Ouellet, Martin Bouchard, Benjamin Ducol
No 14 (2018): SPRING ISSUE 2018 Trends in Anti-Fascist and Anarchist Recruitment and Mobilization Abstract   PDF
Dr. Ariel Koch
No 19 (2019): Summer Trusting the Mistrusted: Norwegian Social Workers’ Strategies in Preventing Radicalization and Violent Extremism Abstract   PDF
Håvard Haugstvedt
No 10 (2017): Spring Issue 2017 Voices Against Extremism: A case study of a community-based CVE counter-narrative campaign Abstract   PDF
Logan Macnair, Richard Frank
No 6 (2016): Spring Issue 2016 Western Islamic Schools as Institutions for Preventing Behavioral Radicalization: The Case of Quebec Abstract   PDF
Hicham Tiflati
No 9 (2017): Winter Issue 2016/17 Westliche Jugendliche im Bann des Islamischen Staates - Radikalisierende Inhalte der IS-Propaganda am Beispiel der Onlinemagazine Dabiq und Rumiyah Abstract   PDF
Maximilian Kiefer, Kira Messing, Julia Musial, Tobias Weiß
No 22: Spring 2020 What About the Camp Followers – and their Children? Abstract   PDF
Ian MacVicar
No 5 (2015): Winter 2015/16 What is the Impact of Foreign Military Intervention on Radicalization? Abstract   PDF
Tom Pettinger
No 1: Winter 2014/15 What makes a terrorist stop being a terrorist? Abstract   PDF
John Horgan
No 8 (2016): Fall Issue What’s in a name? Asymmetries in the evaluation of religiously motivated terrorism and right-wing motivated violence in the context of the “refugee crisis” Abstract   PDF
Noreen van Elk
No 20 (2019): Fall When Counterterrorism Enters the Curriculum: How the Global War on Terror Risks Impairing Good Education Abstract   PDF
Martin M. Sjøen
No 13 (2017): Winter Issue 2017 Who does (not) belong to the jihadis’ umma? A comparison of IS’s and al Qaida’s use of takfīr to exclude people from the Muslim community. Abstract   PDF
Christina Hartmann
No 14 (2018): SPRING ISSUE 2018 Why beliefs always matter, but rarely help us predict jihadist violence. The role of cognitive extremism as a precursor for violent extremism. Abstract   PDF
Jakob Guhl
No 15 (2018): Summer Issue Wilayat al-Qawkaz - The Islamic State in the North Caucasus. Frames, Strategies and Credibility of Radical Islamist Propaganda Videos Abstract   PDF
Anna Seib
No 20 (2019): Fall Working Across Boundaries in Preventing Violent Extremism: Towards a typology for collaborative arrangements in PVE policy Abstract   PDF
William Stephens, Stijn Sieckelinck
No 14 (2018): SPRING ISSUE 2018 Youth Delinquency or Everyday Racism? Front-line Professionals’ Perspectives on Preventing Racism and Intolerance in Sweden Abstract   PDF
Alida Skiple
No 12 (2017): FALL ISSUE 2017 Youth De-Radicalization: A Canadian Framework Abstract   PDF
Hafal (Haval) Ahmad
No 7 (2016): Summer Issue 2016 Youth Evaluations of CVE/PVE Programming in Kenya in Context Abstract   PDF
Melissa Finn, Bessma Momani, Michael Opatowski, Michael Opondo
No 11 (2017): Summer Issue 2017 Zur Evaluation von Maßnahmen der Prävention von religiöser Radikalisierung in Deutschland (On the evaluation of measures to prevent religious radicalization in Germany) Abstract   PDF
Marcus Kober
No 22: Spring 2020 ‘Muhajirun’ from Austria. Why they left to join ISIS and why they don’t return. Abstract   PDF
Veronika Hofinger, Thomas Schmidinger
No 4 (2015): Fall Issue ‘Respect – Diversity Football Unites’ UEFA/FARE Program at EURO 2012 in Poland and Ukraine. Between Pro-diversity Project and Security Policy Towards Far-right Groups Abstract   PDF
Lukasz Jurczyszyn
No 14 (2018): SPRING ISSUE 2018 ‘Sometimes you just have to try something’ - A critical analysis of Danish state-led initiatives countering online radicalisation Abstract   PDF
Anna Warrington
No 17 (2018): Winter 2018/2019 “Kill Them Wherever You Find Them” - Radicalizing Narratives of the “So-Called” Islamic State Via the Online Magazine Rumiyah Abstract   PDF
Micha Bröckling, Carola Fritsch, Monzer Haider, Tülin Yalman
No 9 (2017): Winter Issue 2016/17 “My Muslim sister, indeed you are a mujahidah” - Narratives in the propaganda of the Islamic State to address and radicalize Western Women. An Exemplary analysis of the online magazine Dabiq Abstract   PDF
Julia Musial
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