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Author archive for Chelsea Daymon

  • Jun072022

    Learning from Foes: How Racially and Ethnically Motivated Violent Extremists Embrace and Mimic Islamic State’s Use of Emerging Technologies

    The Executive Summary and Overview is also available in French, German, Arabic, Indonesian and Japanese. Please read on for the…

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  • Feb142022

    Fade to Black: Islamic State Supporter’s Reactions to the Death of Leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi

    On 3 February 2022 US President Joe Biden announced the death of Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi, the leader of the…

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  • Mar032021

    Selfie and Siege: Women’s Social Media Footprint and the US Capitol Hill Siege

    As of 25 February 2021, over 250 federal cases have been brought against individuals for their alleged involvement in the…

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  • Oct262020

    LOL Extremism: Humour in Online Extremist Content

    Humour is a staple of life found in in-person interactions and in virtual environments. Many of us have viewed, shared,…

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  • Aug242020

    Online Extremist Funding Campaigns: COVID-19 and Beyond

    On 5 August 2020 the United States District Court for the District of Columbia filed a criminal complaint for forfeiture…

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  • Mar132020
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    The Coronavirus and Islamic State Supporters Online

    As the world focuses on the spread and containment of the coronavirus (COVID-19), statements on the virus are also appearing…

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  • Jan312020

    The Ukrainian Conflict: Foreign Volunteers and Online Identity Formation

    Despite its local context, the conflict in Ukraine has attracted large numbers of foreign volunteers with estimates from 2014-2019 of…

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