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The Trend Towards Censorship and the Need for Standards

Undeniably, there has been a trend to instore measures of, bluntly put, censorship, against extremist Internet content, in the past few years. Worldwide, this trend, which could be understood as…

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Counter-Radicalization Through Music

Love for the greater good, be it family values or maintaining peace in local communities, may be a way to get those vulnerable to extremism to take a different view….

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Discrete Causes and Triggers of Extremism

It may be more difficult to identify the main causes and triggers of violent extremism than often thought. Some, at times perhaps the most important among the reasons leading up…

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Avoiding Physical Harm in Counter-Terrorism (CT)

In December 2018, I advocated against the unlawful use of kinetic weapons, as well as against the use of unconventional weapons, in counter-terrorism efforts worldwide. I would hereby like to…

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Digest of P/CVE LinkedIn Posts, May 2020 (II)

We have packaged the 20 most-consulted LinkedIn posts, on the topic of counter-extremism, by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDip (Second half of May). In descending order: Studies in Conflict and Terrorism,…

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Digest of P/CVE LinkedIn Posts, May 2020 (I)

We have packaged the 10 most-consulted LinkedIn posts, on the topic of counter-extremism, by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDip (First half of May). In descending order: The Radical Milieu: A Methodological…

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P/CVE Journals: Update of Our List

We hereby present a fresh version of our repository of P/CVE journals.

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Corona-Age Webinars on Counter-Terrorism

With Covid-19 and social distancing that comes along with it, countless webinars have been developed and broadcast. In multiple areas: politics, the economy, natural science, technology, etc. This also goes…

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Call It Verbal Terrorism: Extremism Begins With Hate

Many research studies on preventing and countering terrorism focus on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE). But terrorism begins with a seed of hate which is expressed, in multiple ways, by the…

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Digest of P/CVE LinkedIn Posts, April 2020

We have packaged the 20 most-consulted LinkedIn posts on the topic of P/CVE from April by Thorsten Koch, MA, PgDip. Sorted in descending order: ‘Abstract Radicalization’ Online – Not Necessarily…

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