24 Feb 2015
Confronting Spontaneous Terrorist Attacks
Author: Gabi Siboni
Institute for National Security Studies (INSS)
This paper discusses some of the problems faced by state security organizations in countering the increasing terrorist threat posed by radicalized individuals who operate without logistical, intelligence, or operational support from a larger terroris...
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16 Feb 2015
The Geography of Boko Haram: More Deadly but More Remote
Author: Davin O'Regan
International Relations and Security Network (ISN)
This article discusses the geographic distribution of Boko Haram in Nigeria’s remote border areas in 2014.
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Counter Terrorist Trends and Analysis January/February 2015
Author: Rohan Gunaratna, V Arianti, Anton Chan, Iftekharul Bashar, Halimullah Kousary, Vikram Rajakumar, Abdul Basit, Iromi Dharmawardhane, Nodirbek Soliev, Stefanie Kam, Aida Arosoaie, Chantal Azzam, Mekki Uludag, Syed Huzaifah Bin Othman Alkaff, Thomas Chenesseau, C Nna-Emeka Okereke, Steven Jones-Chaljub
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)
This paper provides an overview of global developments in 2014, focusing on the continuous rise of terrorism and extremism.
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The EU Counter-Terrorism Policy Responses to the Attacks in Paris: Towards an EU Security and Liberty Agenda
Author: Didier Bigo, Evelien Brouwer, Sergio Carrera, Elspeth Guild, Emmanuel-Pierre Guittet, Julien Jeandesboz, Francesco Ragazzi, Amandine Scherrer
Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS)
This paper provides an overview of the main EU-level initiatives that were put forward in the weeks following the January 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris.
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Is Islamic State in Retreat?
Author: Paul Rogers
Oxford Research Group (ORG)
This brief looks at the implications of the terrorist attack on the French magazine 'Charlie Hebdo' and the killing of a Jordanian pilot by Islamic State (IS) in Syria, both of which occurred in early 2015.
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CTC Sentinel 8 (2)
Author: Brian Dodwell, Marielle Ness, Matthew Levitt, Geoff D Porter, Cole Pinheiro, Russell Howard, Marc Elliott, Jonathan Prohov, Scott N Mckay, David A Webb
Combating Terrorism Center (CTC)
This issue of the Sentinel features articles on 1) the strategic calculations behind Hezbollah’s retaliation against Israel following an airstrike that targeted a convoy belonging to the Lebanese group; 2) the targeting of the oil and gas sector by t...
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#We Are Not Charlie
Author: Jannis Grimm
Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP)
This commentary examines how Muslims around the world responded to the attacks against French satirical magazine "Charlie Hebdo" in January 2015 as well as how the media and society reacted to these responses.
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