Overview

Political violence refers to hostile or aggressive acts motivated by a desire to affect change in the government or society makeup and function. Acts of political violence can arise from ideology or social grievances.

Resource Library

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Empowering Pakistan’s Civil Society to Counter Global Violent Extremism
Mehreen Farooq
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Over the past several years, WORDE has been leading a comprehensive study through 35 cities and villages in Pakistan to explore the capacity of civil society for peacebuilding. We’ve identified over…
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An Instructor’s Manual for Developing a Community-Led Approach to Countering Violent Extremism (CVE)
Mehreen Farooq
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Illustrating lessons learned and best practices from two years of programming and evaluation, WORDE produced an accompanying Instructor’s Manual to supplement the evaluation and guide communities and…
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Empowering Egypt to Defeat Radical Islamism
Mehreen Farooq
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Despite billions of dollars in counter-terrorism measures, the threat from transnational terrorist organizations like ISIL, Al-Qaeda and the Taliban has metastasized into a greater menace than ever…
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Armed Islamist Movements and Political Violence in Algeria
Mohammed M. Hafez
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This article investigates the formation of the principal armed Islamist groups in Algeria - the GIA and AIS - and their justification for armed struggle. Furthermore, it investigates the extent of…
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Focus on Leaders? Insights from the Algerian Experience
Dario Cristiani
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The Algerian experience shows that fighting terrorism and extremism requires a plurality of instruments rather than a simple focus on a single instrument, as this kind of threat is intrinsically…
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Insurgency Theory and the Conflict in Algeria: A Theoretical Analysis
William H. Miller
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In the early nineties it was widely feared that Algeria was on the verge of an Islamic revolution. These fears proved to be unfounded. This article seeks to explain the failure of the insurgency to…

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Political Violence Experts

Bethany L. McGann
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Candace Rondeaux
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