Click here to read our latest report: Behind the Skull Mask: An Overview of Militant Accelerationism

Posts tagged with ‘Counterterrorism’

  • Oct042023

    The New Online Radicals: The Third Generation of Online Radicalisation

    Introduction When a 13-year-old boy was caught by Estonian police in early 2020 leading a major international terrorist organisation, shockwaves…

    Read more
  • Jan162023

    The Internet and Radicalisation Pathways: Technological Advances, Mental Health and the Role of Attackers

    Introduction In recent years, one of the primary concerns for policymakers and practitioners working in the field of counterterrorism has…

    Read more
  • May172022

    Why Do Online Countering Violent Extremism Strategies Not Work? The Case of Digital Jihad

    Islamic State’s (IS) propaganda campaign in 2014-2015 marked a turning point in the history of digital jihad. The quality and…

    Read more
  • May052022

    How to Erode Terrorists’ Trust in Cyberspace: The Role of Intelligence Services

    One of the most crucial missions entrusted to intelligence services in the fight against jihadist terrorism is carried out on…

    Read more
  • Mar162022

    A Review of International Multi-Stakeholder Frameworks for Countering Terrorism and Violent Extremism Online

    In the last ten years, there has been a significant increase in multi-stakeholder forums working to create self-regulatory practices for…

    Read more
  • Nov042021

    The Robots Will Not Save Us: The Limits of Machine Learning for Counterterrorism

    At the dawn of the Global War on Terror (GWOT), Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld argued it would trigger a…

    Read more
  • Oct222021

    A Call for Orientation and Cultural Competency in Online Extremist Milieus within Prevention Efforts

    The field of behavioural threat assessment and management (BTAM) has grown significantly in recent years with increasing numbers of law…

    Read more
  • Aug042021

    Current Priorities in Counterterrorism and Prevention: Results of the CENS Online Expert Survey

    The Centre of Excellence for National Security (CENS) in Singapore designed a survey to assess the pandemic’s impact on violent…

    Read more
  • Jul302021

    Safety vs Security: An Asymmetrical Opportunity for RWE in Australia

    In 1922 German political theorist Carl Schmitt wrote a seminal essay arguing that sovereignty is defined by the power to…

    Read more
  • Jul292021

    The Race War May No Longer Be Digitised: James Mason’s Designation as a Terrorist Entity in Canada

    Almost two decades into the War on Terror era, hundreds of designated terrorist entities operate globally. Far from posing a…

    Read more