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Professor Tahir Abbas is a Senior Research Fellow at the Royal United Services Institute in London. Previously, he... read more
Andrew Parker has issued a stark warning about the terror threat facing the UK. And it is only going to get worse with the collapse of Daesh.
Tom Keatinge and Florence Keen
Social media has attracted scrutiny as a tool for promoting extremism. Its power to support terrorist financing requires equal attention.
In an interview with RUSI, Daniel Keohane, Senior Researcher at the Centre for Security Studies at ETH Zurich, looks at French President Emmanuel Macron’s vision for a reformed EU.
Scapegoating tech companies for online radicalisation is not only misguided – it detracts attention away from the crucial responsibility that society must bear in fighting the spread of violent extremism where it matters most: in the real world.
Mungo Melvin reviews 2020: World of War, by Paul Cornish and Kingsley Donaldson.
Policymakers should be aware of the many paths to violent extremism.
5 June 2017 Dr Karin von Hippel, Director General of RUSI, was on CNN to discuss the response and challenge emanating from the 3 June London Bridge attack. The attacks in the UK are part of a wider...
RUSI Director General Dr Karin von Hippel discusses the transnational connections of the 23 May Manchester attacks with CNN.
RUSI starts the second phase of a three-year project with the European Union to strengthen societal and individual resilience to violent extremism in Kenya and Somalia.
A new study reveals how lone-actor terrorists are often less secretive than might be expected. It argues that their behaviour and activity can provide warnings of their extreme views or even...
RUSI's study found only one third of terror suspects arrested in the UK in 2014 were charged with a terrorism-related offence
This event will assess what role social media platforms could or should be playing within the counter-terrorist finance (CTF) architecture in place today.
One year on from the failed coup attempt of 15 July, RUSI and TRT World Research Centre are hosting a joint panel event to examine Turkey’s evolving security structures.
The Royal United Services Institute will host a private roundtable with Baroness Catherine Ashton and Richard Nephew on Thursday 1 June 2017 to discuss their respective roles in the negotiations of...