Call for papers for the Journal of Terrorism Research – May/June 2015 - Summer Edition

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Select Student Research on Terrorism & Political Violence: St Andrews and Georgetown

Editors – Gillian Duncan, CSTPV, University of St Andrews & Michael Loadenthal, George Mason University/Georgetown University

This edition of the Journal of Terrorism Research showcases student scholarship from two international academic institutions: St Andrews University (Scotland, UK) and Georgetown University (Washington, DC). Read More...

Deradicalisation Interview - Dr Sarah Marsden

Dr Sarah Marsden’s article on the issue of extremist reintegration and 'deradicalisation' has just been published in Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression: 'Conceptualising 'success' with those convicted of terrorism offences: Aims, methods, and barriers to reintegration. This short interview is based on that article.

Dr Rashmi Singh at the ISA Conference 2015

On 18 February 2015 Dr Rashmi Singh presented a paper titled 'Designing an Appropriate Counter-Terrorism Response' on the panel 'Globalising and Diversifying International Studies Pedagogies: Innovative Lesson Planning for a Changing Discipline' at this year's International Studies Association (ISA) Conference which is being held in New Orleans, USA

The Irvine Memorial Lecture 2015

The Politics of Pain - the Production of Violence in the Middle East

Professor Charles Tripp, SOAS

Thursday 26 February 2015
5.30, Lecture Theatre
Arts Faculty Building



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Understanding Terrorism and Political Violence – The roles of Victims and Perpetrators

University College Cork, March 30th 2015 – Aula Maxima 08:45
Registration open until March 15th 2015

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New Publication - International Perspectives on Terrorist Victimisation

Javier Argomaniz and Orla Lynch latest book is now available. ‘International Perspectives on Terrorist Victimisation’ is an edited collection that brings together experts from a wide variety of disciplines, including Psychology, Law, Public Health and International Relations to examine an under-researched topic. Enhancing our understanding of the critical phenomenon of terrorist victimisation, this volume will be an important resource to scholars in politics, criminology, terrorism and counter-terrorism.


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(2015) International Perspectives on Terrorist Victimisation. An Interdisciplinary Approach (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan) (with Lynch, O. (eds.))

Public Lecture - The IRA and the Irish Conflict - TODAY

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JTR - Volume 6, Issue 1 Published

The Handa CSTPV is delighted to announce the publication of the Journal of Terrorism Research, Volume 6, Issue 1.

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Contents

Articles

The Use of Structures in Communication Networks to Track Membership in Terrorist Groups
H.A Eiselt and J. Bhadury

Expanding the Paradigm: Countering Violent Extremism in Britain and the Need for a Youth Centric Community Based Approach
Samuel Tyler Powers

The Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Counterterrorism Policies on the PKK-inflicted Violence during the Democratization Process of Turkey
Irfan Ciftci and Sedat Kula

Commentary

Changing The Rules of War: The Controversies Surrounding the United States’ Expanded Use of Drones
Emanuel Boussios

Book Review

Warren Chin. Britain and the War on Terror: Policy, Strategy and Operations
reviewed by Sarah. V Marsden

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Dr Sarah Marsden - Reintegrating Extemists

Dr Sarah Marsden's research on reintegrating extremists has been covered widely in the media this weekend.

She appeared on BBC Radio Scotland's Good Morning and Wave FM, as well as receiving coverage in The Times, The Scotsman, The Courier, and the Western Morning News.

Sarah also contributed to a piece in the Sunday Herald about the threat from militant Islamists in Scotland.

Her latest article on the issue of extremist reintegration and 'deradicalisation' has just been published in Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression: '
Conceptualising 'success' with those convicted of terrorism offences: Aims, methods, and barriers to reintegration.