International Centre for Counter-Terrorism

Publisher Description

The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT) is an independent think and do tank providing multidisciplinary policy advice and practical, solution-oriented implementation support on prevention and the rule of law, two vital pillars of effective counter-terrorism. ICCT’s work focuses on themes at the intersection of countering violent extremism and criminal justice sector responses, as well as human rights related aspects of counter-terrorism. The major project areas concern countering violent extremism, rule of law, foreign fighters, country and regional analysis, rehabilitation, civil society engagement and victims’ voices.

Research Reports in JSTOR from International Centre for Counter-Terrorism
74 Research Reports in JSTOR Date
Afghan Women and the Taliban:: An Exploratory Assessment 2014
Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent:: A New Frontline in the Global Jihadist Movement? 2016
The Boundaries of the Battlefield:: A Critical Look at the Legal Paradigms and Rules in Countering Terrorism 2013
A Brief Primer on Experimental and Quasi-Experimental Methods in the Study of Terrorism 2019
Capacity-Building Challenges:: Identifying Progress and Remaining Gaps in Dealing with Foreign (Terrorist) Fighters 2018
Citizenship and Ancestry of Belgian Foreign Fighters 2018
Converts and Islamist Terrorism:: An Introduction 2016
The Cost of Crying Victory:: Policy Implications of the Islamic State’s Territorial Collapse 2018
Countering Islamic State Messaging Through ?Linkage-Based” Analysis 2017
Countering Islamist Radicalisation in Germany:: A Guide to Germany’s Growing Prevention Infrastructure 2018
Counter-Terrorism Strategic Communications:: Back to the Future: Lessons from Past and Present 2017
The Demise of the Islamic State and the Fate of Its Western Foreign Fighters:: Six Things to Consider 2018
Destination Jihad:: Italy’s Foreign Fighters 2019
The Dutch approach to extremist offenders 2020
The Effective Governance Gap in EU Counter-Terrorism and Stabilisation Policy for Somalia 2017
European Female Jihadists in Syria:: Exploring an Under-Researched Topic 2015
Extreme-Right Violence and Terrorism:: Concepts, Patterns, and Responses 2019
The Failure of Prophecy and the Future of IS 2017
Far Right and Islamist Radicalisation in an Age of Austerity:: A Review of Sociological Trends and Implications for Policy 2020
A Fear Management Approach to Counter-Terrorism 2012
Foreign Fighters in Their Own Words:: Using YouTube as a Source 2016
Foreign (Terrorist) Fighter Estimates:: Conceptual and Data Issues 2015
Foreign Terrorist Fighters:: Trends, Dynamics and Policy Responses 2016
The Four Dimensions of the Foreign Fighter Threat:: Making Sense of an Evolving Phenomenon 2017
Framing in times of crisis:: Responses to COVID-19 amongst Far Right movements and organisations 2020
Free movement threatened by terrorism:: an analysis of measures proposed to improve EU border management 2019
Fusion Centres in Six European Countries:: Emergence, Roles and Challenges 2019
The future of the Islamic State’s Women:: assessing their potential threat 2020
The growing power of online communities of the extreme-right:: deriving strength, meaning, and direction from significant socio-political events ‘in real life’ 2020
ICCT Research Report NATO Project: Transitioning from Military Interventions to Long-Term Counter-Terrorism Policy 2016
ICCT Situation Report: The Use of Small Arms & Light Weapons by Terrorist Organisations as a Source of Finance in West Africa and the Horn of Africa 2020
ICCT Situation Report: The Use of Small Arms & Light Weapons by Terrorist Organisations as a Source of Finance in South and Southeast Asia 2020
ICCT Situation Report: The Use of Small Arms & Light Weapons by Terrorist Organisations as a Source of Finance in the Middle East and North Africa 2020
Investigating and Prosecuting Cases of the Nexus between Organised Crime and Terrorism:: Best Practices and Lessons Learned for Practitioners 2018
IS’s Appeal to Western Women:: Policy Implications 2017
Jihadists’ Grievance Narratives against France 2018
The Last Frontier:: Prisons and Violent Extremism in Mali 2020
Le Silence des Agneaux:: France’s War Against ‘Jihadist Groups’ and Associated Legal Rationale 2020
Learning the Lessons of Terrorist Failure:: The Dogs that Didn’t Bark in Scotland and Wales 2019
Lessons from History for Counter-Terrorism Strategic Communications 2016
A ?Linkage-Based” Approach to Combating Militant Islamist Propaganda:: A Two-Tiered Framework for Practitioners 2016
Motives and Considerations of Potential Foreign Fighters from the Netherlands 2015
Moving Terrorism Research Forward:: The Crucial Role of Primary Sources 2013
The Need for a United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Coordinator 2013
The Nexus between Development and Security:: Searching for Common Ground in Countering Terrorism 2013
Nigeria:: Community’s Perception of Legitimate Authority Matters for Rehabilitation and Reintegration 2019
Paris: 11/13/15: Analysis and Policy Options 2015
Pathways of Foreign Fighters:: Policy Options and Their (Un)Intended Consequences 2015
Promoting Disengagement from Violent Extremism 2016
Prosecuting Foreign Terrorist Fighters:: What Role for the Military? 2016
Rehabilitation for Foreign Fighters?: Relevance, Challenges and Opportunities for the Criminal Justice Sector 2015
Re-Offending by Released Terrorist Prisoners:: Separating Hype from Reality 2020
Returning Indonesian Extremists:: Unclear Intentions and Unprepared Responses 2018
Returning Western foreign fighters:: The case of Afghanistan, Bosnia and Somalia 2014
Rightist Violence:: An Historical Perspective 2020
Right-Wing Extremists’ Persistent Online Presence:: History and Contemporary Trends 2019
The Role of Formers in Countering Violent Extremism 2019
A Schema of Right-Wing Extremism in the United States 2019
Siege:: The Atomwaffen Division and Rising Far-Right Terrorism in the United States 2019
Small Arms and Light Weapons (SALW) Trafficking, Smuggling, and Use for Criminality by Terrorists and Insurgents:: A Brief Historical Overview 2020
Swiping Right:: The Allure of Hyper Masculinity and Cryptofascism for Men Who Join the Proud Boys 2020
Terrorism Threat Assessment 2018—2019 2019
Testament to Murder:: The Violent Far-Right’s Increasing Use of Terrorist Manifestos 2020
A Threat from Within?: Exploring the Link between the Extreme Right and the Military 2019
To Help Defeat Boko Haram, the EU Should Push for Good Governance and Accountability 2018
Towards a European Position on the Use of Armed Drones?: A Human Rights Approach 2016
Uighur Foreign Fighters:: An Underexamined Jihadist Challenge 2017
Understanding Lone Wolves:: Towards a Theoretical Framework for Comparative Analysis 2016
The Use of Small Arms and Light Weapons by Terrorist Organisations as a Source of Finance 2020
Using the McKinsey 7S Framework to Assess Al-Qaeda Over Three Decades:: Lessons for the Future 2019
Violence and Terrorism from the Far-Right:: Policy Options to Counter an Elusive Threat 2019
The Warning Signs are Flashing Red: The interplay between climate change and violent extremism in the Western Sahel 2019
Women in Islamic State:: From Caliphate to Camps 2019
Women in Jihad:: A Historical Perspective 2018