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No 20 (2019): Fall Evidence-based informed policy design for support groups for families of foreign fighters: Ex ante application of realistic evaluation and review Abstract  PDF
Amy-Jane Gielen, Annebregt Dijkman
 
No 13 (2017): Winter Issue 2017 Scandinavia’s Daughters in the Syrian Civil War: What can we Learn from their Family Members’ Lived Experiences? Abstract  PDF
Andrea Aasgaard
 
No 9 (2017): Winter Issue 2016/17 Islamic State, Identity, and the Global Jihadist Movement: How is Islamic State successful at recruiting “ordinary” people? Abstract  PDF
Alyssa Chassman
 
No 5 (2015): Winter 2015/16 How Could a Terrorist be De-Radicalised? Abstract  PDF
Luke Bertram
 
No 4 (2015): Fall Issue Countering Jihadi Radicals and Foreign Fighters in the United States and France: Très Similaire Abstract  PDF
Dorle Hellmuth
 
No 2 (2015): Spring Issue Subculture: The third wave of European jihad Abstract  PDF
Dr. Daniela Pisoiu
 
No 2 (2015): Spring Issue Supporting families of foreign fighters. A realistic approach for measuring the effectiveness Abstract  PDF
Amy-Jane Gielen
 
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 1: Winter 2014/15 North American Foreign Fighters Abstract  PDF
Michael Noonan, Phyl Khalil
 
No 22: Spring 2020 A Second Chance? Dutch Muslim Women on the Reintegration of Female Returnees from Islamic State Abstract  PDF
Ashna Kanhai, Tahir Abbas
 
No 1: Winter 2014/15 What makes a terrorist stop being a terrorist? Abstract  PDF
John Horgan
 
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