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Publications

ICT’s Research and Publications include short analyses and in-depth publications on a wide variety of topics including: terrorism, counter-terrorism, homeland security, radicalization process, cyber-terrorism, reviews from Jihadi Websites and insights from our database.

 

The Jordanian policy on Foreign Terrorist Fighters F.T.F.

18/09/2019 | by Amro, Rateb (Dr. Col. Ret.)
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Experts at the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) Discuss

18/09/2019 | by ICT Researchers

ICT Experts Discuss: The Campaign Between Wars – Background, Goals and Trends                  

Editors: Dr. Eitan Azani and Dr. Liram Shtenzler-Koblenz

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The International Cyber Terrorism Regulation Project

06/08/2019 | by ICT Researchers
This paper provides an overview of the International Cyber Terrorism Regulation Project, an online resource consisting of a compilation of online regulatory resources in the field of counterterrorism, and an analytical framework for their use. The project is funded by the Global Research Network on Terrorism and Technology.
 
Prof. Boaz Ganor, Adv. Deborah Housen-Couriel, Lt. Col. (Res.) Uri Ben Yaakov, Stevie Weinberg, Dafne Beri
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Assessing UNRWA’s “Willing but Unable” Paradigm

31/07/2019 | by Culioli, Charles
UNRWA is a humanitarian organization whose mandate was not adapted to combat terrorism. The close relation of the agency to its Palestinian client population both in terms of services and employment led UNRWA to progressively mirror the society in which it evolved.
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The Jihadist Radicalization Processes in Europe (2001-2019)

28/07/2019 | by Karmon, Ely (Dr.)

This article analyses the internal organization, socialization and group dynamics of violent and terrorist organizations and groups, with focus on Europe. The goal is to shed light on the vulnerability of Muslim young generations to the effort of recruitment and radicalization processes, which lead to participation of these young people in violent and terrorist activities across the continent and beyond.

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