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Islamist Militancy in Bangladesh: Public Awareness and Attitudes
C. Christine Fair and Wahid Abdallah
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This research brief is based on a nationwide RESOLVE Network survey designed to address the gap in understanding the sources of Bangladeshi support for violent extremist tactics, goals, and…
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Democracy and Sharia in Bangladesh: Surveying Support
Ali Riaz and Syeda Salina Aziz
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This research brief is based on a face-to-face representative survey of 4,067 households in Bangladesh conducted in April 2017. Respondents indicated overwhelming support for key democratic…
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Can Community Policing Help Counter Violent Extremism?
Niloy Biswas
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This research brief examines how those involved in community policing understand countering violent extremism and the extent to which a community policing approach might play a role in addressing…
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The Language of Youth Politics in Bangladesh: Beyond the Secular-Religious Binary
Mubashar Hasan
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This research brief is one in a series on Bangladesh and examines public views on the role of religion in public life. Informed by key stakeholder interviews conducted in Dhaka during May and June…
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Bangladesh on the Brink: Mapping the Evolving Social Geography of Political Violence
Matthew J. Nelson and Seth Oldmixon
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The result of desk research and findings from three expert workshops hosted by the RESOLVE Network
in Bangladesh and Washington, DC, from November 2016 to April 2017, this report is part of a…
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2017 RESOLVE Network Global Forum: Confronting the Next Wave of Violent Extremism
RESOLVE Team
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The Islamic State may be out in Mosul and on the back foot in Raqqa, but the next chapter in the global narrative of violent extremism has yet to be written. With violent extremists losing…

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