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A New Project in Nigeria Tests Violent Extremism Risk Assessment System
Jacob Udo-Udo Jacob
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The 60 women filed quietly but assuredly into the ultra-modern 24-Hour Room of the American University of Nigeria, Yola in their hijabs. For nearly all of them, it was their very…
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Why De-Radicalization and CVE Remain Major Challenges for Pakistan: Learning from CRSS CVE Programming
CRSS Team
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The Pakistan Center for Excellence (PACE) is a countering violent extremism (CVE) initiative aimed at motivating young intellectuals and academics on “critical thinking” through…
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Dapchi and Boko Haram’s Continued Assault on Education
Alex J. Thurston
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The recent attack suggests that, despite having lost much of its territory, Boko Haram’s assault on education continues.
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Past is Precedent: Mining for Meaning Across Two Decades of Research on Extremism and Political Violence
Kateira Aryaeinejad and Bethany McGann
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The rise in deadly attacks inspired by extremist groups across the globe, from Berlin to
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Bangladesh Matters
Seth Oldmixon
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New Research Highlights Questions as Well as Answers With national elections around the corner, the need for new research could not be more urgent.
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RESOLVE Team
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