Every month, the RESOLVE Network Secretariat Team puts together a list of must-read articles and publications. Network experts also contribute recommended reading, blogs and other resources. Click through to view the series.

What We're Reading
May 2019 | Dr. John Horgan
RESOLVE Research Advisory Council member Dr. John Horgan presents this month’s must-reads.
What We're Reading
April 2019 | Far-right extremism
This month, RESOLVE focuses on right-wing extremism. The publications below examine the rise of the alt-right, violent radicalization in the US and Europe, white supremacy, and lone-wolf homicides. The readings analyze nationalist extremism and how it compares to Islamic terrorism in the use of…
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March 2019 | Gender
This March, RESOLVE directs the spotlight on gender and women. The What We Are Reading digest features studies on the role of gender and women in violent extremism,  P/CVE, and peace processes. The publications analyze the implications of returning foreign fighters, questions of statelessness…
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February 2019 | Non-state armed groups
This month, RESOLVE presents research that explores the intersection of non-state armed groups, violent extremism, and peacebuilding. The readings provide insights into the interactions among armed groups and their relations with the local government, the complexities of engaging armed groups under…
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December 2018 | Lake Chad
Wrapping up the Lake Chad Basin Research project, RESOLVE will be publishing in-depth case studies about the role of religion on university campuses and intersections with violence and violent extremism in Nigeria, Niger, Cameroon, and Chad. Leading up to the…
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November 2018 | Western Balkans
For this month’s What We Are Reading, RESOLVE collects literature on violent extremism in the Western Balkans. This month, in partnership with the Bureau of Conflict and Stabilization Operations of the U.S. Department of State, RESOLVE is launching a new research and convening project to identify…