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.

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Human Trafficking and ISIS
Ashley Binetti
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Human trafficking is an effective tool that serves several purposes for terrorist organizations. It facilitates the recruitment and retention of male foreign fighters and provides a reward mechanism…
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Moral Education and National Integration
Ahmad Maina
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Abstract
This paper examines the linkage between Moral Education and National Integration. The paper also supported the argument that Moral Education can be a viable vehicle for national…
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Boko Haram and violent extremism: perspectives from peacebuilders
Martin Ewi, Uyo Salifu
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The atrocities unleashed by Boko Haram since 2009 have affected millions of people in Nigeria and the region as a whole. This policy brief presents the results of a field-based study on peacebuilders…
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Undermining Violent Extremist Narratives in the Middle East and North Africa: A How-To Guide
Lilah Elsayed, Talal Faris, Sara Zeiger
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The Middle East and North African (MENA) region has historically suffered from various forms of violent extremism and terrorism, and there are a number of different
terrorist groups operating…
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Undermining Violent Extremist Narratives in the Middle East and North Africa: A How-To Guide
Lilah Elsayed, Talal Faris, Sara Zeiger
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The Middle East and North African (MENA) region has historically suffered from various forms of violent extremism and terrorism, and there are a number of different
terrorist groups operating…
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The Criminal-Jihadist: Insights into Modern Terrorist Financing
Dr Christina Schori Liang
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Criminal-terrorist networks are weakening states by eroding state structures, undermining the rule of law, and creating illegitimate governments. They rule over large swathes of territory, where they…

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Political Violence Experts

Bethany L. McGann
RESOLVE Network Knowledge Platform Administrator
Kateira Aryaeinejad
RESOLVE Network Research Associate and Project Manager
Megan E. Loney
Candace Rondeaux
Resolve User
Joshua Craze
Joshua Craze
Resolve User
Ann Wainscott
Scholar of Morocco, Iraq, and Religion and Politics