Jihadist Terror: New Threats, New ResponsesEditat de Anthony Richards
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Anthony Richards is Reader in Criminology and Programme Leader for Criminology and Criminal Justice and the University of East London.Devorah Margolin is a Senior Research Analyst at CoJiT-UK, a Research Fellow at the Centre for Policy Studies and a PhD Candidate in the Department of War Studies, King's College, London. Nicolo Scremin is a Research Analyst at CoJiT-UK and a Master's student in Terrorism, Security and Society at King's College London.
Introduction by Anthony RichardsChapter One: Understanding the Ideological Antecedents of Salafi-Jihadi Terrorism by Shiraz MaherChapter Two: The Impact of Jihadist Terrorist Narratives and How to Counter Them by Kurt BraddockChapter Three: The Impact of Conspiracy Theories and How to Counter Them by Amarnath AmarasingamChapter Four: The International Context of UK Radicalisation Threats by Petter NesserChapter Five: Evidence for the Relationship Between Extremist 'Non-Violent' Ideas and Violent Radicalisation by Emman El-BadawyChapter Six: A Demography of British Muslims by Tufyal ChoudhuryChapter Seven: Attitudes Towards Muslims from Non-Muslims in the UK by Maria SobolewskaChapter Eight: The Impact of Structural Inequalities, Integration, Otherness and Discrimination by Tahir AbbasChapter Nine: The Role of Community Engagement and the Practical Role of Moderate and Non-Violent Extremist Movements in Combating Jihadist Terrorism by Basia Spalek and Salwa El-AwaChapter Ten: The Role and Impact of Women's Influence in Radicalisation and Counter-Radicalisation by Katherine BrownChapter Eleven: Psychological Dimensions of Terrorism by Max TaylorChapter Twelve: How Jihadist Recruitment Really Works by Jytte KlausenChapter Thirteen: The Role and Impact of Encryption as Facilitator and Pros and Cons of the Encryption Intervention Debate by Carl MillerChapter Fourteen: Prisons and Madrassas as Mechanisms and Vehicles of Violent Radicalisation? By Andrew SilkeChapter Fifteen: Improved Terrorist Practical Learning Potentials from Internet-Based Platforms by Anne StenersenChapter Sixteen: Lone-Actor Terror by Paul GillChapter Seventeen: Returning Foreign Fighters by Richard BarrettChapter Eighteen: Responding to Terrorism Through Legislation by Max Hill Q.C.Chapter Nineteen: The Legislative Response to Terrorism by Lord David Anderson K.B.E., Q.C.Chapter Twenty: Independent Assessment of the Current Balance between Counter-Terrorism Legislation and Civil Liberties by Jessie Blackbourn and Clive WalkerChapter Twenty One: An Assessment of Prevent and the Challenges Ahead by Therese O'TooleChapter Twenty Two: Intelligence-led Policing and Counter-Terrorism by Michael ClarkeChapter Twenty Three: Successes and Failures of UK's counter-terrorism, counter-radicalisation and Prevent Strategy by John GearsonChapter Twenty Four: An Independent Assessment of the UK's Capacity and Capabilities Devoted to Countering Jihadist Terrorism by Richard WaltonChapter Twenty Five: Personal and Organisational Patterns of Known Terrorists and Related Groups in the UK since 1998 by Raffaello PantucciChapter Twenty Six: Countering Violent Extremism in Europe by Peter R. NeumannChapter Twenty Seven: What Accounts for the Lack of a CVE Strategy in the USA? By Lorenzo VidinoConclusion by Anthony Richards
By bringing together world leading experts to authoritatively synthesise research on key issues Jihadist Terror has provided that much-needed starting point for all of us who wish to understand the varied complexity of modern day jihadist terrorism. A hugely impressive achievement which will provide important reading for years to come.