International Counter-Terrorism Academic Community
In their new book, Arie W. Kruglanski, Jocelyn J. Bélanger, and Rohan Gunaratna, present a new model of radicalization. The authors argue that radicalization is fueled… Read More
In a new article, Ely Karmon looks at the relevance of the Sri Lanka attacks for ISIS’s revival.
A new report by Nadine Liv, Researcher at the ICT Cyber Desk, explores the term ‘Electronic Jihad’ and the widespread use of cyberspace by pro-IS hacker… Read More
In his recent article, Boko Haram’s Factional Feuds: Internal Extremism and External Interventions, Jacob Zenn examines the factions, leadership, and internal organization of Boko Haram, and… Read More
In his new article, Artificial or Human: A New Era of Counterterrorism Intelligence?, ICTAC President Prof Boaz Ganor argues that use of Artificial Intelligence and Big… Read More
Perspectives on Terrorism has published a special issue on the evolution and future trajectory of the Islamic State. The articles of the present volume are the… Read More
In September, we organized a discussion on the future of Global Jihad at the 2018 ICT World Summit in Herzliya. You can now watch it on… Read More
In a co-authored article, Under the Black Flag in Borno: experiences of foot soldiers and civilians in Boko Haram’s ‘caliphate’, Jacob Zenn explores the culture of… Read More
In his new publication, ICTAC member Prof. Robert Friedmann looks at the role of police in tackling incitement to terrorism. Friedmann, Robert R. 2018. “Police and… Read More
Together with the Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung, we organized a panel on Counter-Terrorism Cooperation at the 2017 ICT World Summit in Herzliya. You can now watch it on Youtube.