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Germany’s decision to ban Hizbullah does not signify the start of a regional shift, but generates wider foreign policy repercussions.
Tom Keatinge and Joel Rogers de Waal
Public opinion on paying hostage-takers reflects a broader contradiction between principle and practice.
Media coverage of terrorism amplifies its effects. The negative consequences of any such coverage can be mitigated by responsible and ethical reporting practices.
Tools to enable financial inclusion exist, but without positive incentives to put these into practice barriers will remain.
As the world’s attention remains understandably concentrated on the Coronavirus pandemic, it is important to remember that other threats have not gone away.
But decapitating a terrorist organisation is not proven to result in a lower threat from terrorism.
Raffaello Pantucci reviews The Messenger, by Shiv Malik.
Stuart Macdonald, Daniel Grinnell, Anina Kinzel and Nuria Lorenzo-Dus
Despite a drastic decline, some supporters still use Twitter to disseminate the organisation’s materials.
The 50th anniversary of the day that British troops first deployed to Northern Ireland offers an opportunity to reflect on the legacy of Operation Banner, and whether the security forces contributed to the troubles or prevented them.
Foreign Secretary William Hague spoke at RUSI on countering terrorism overseas. The Foreign Secretary outlined the UK's commitment to security while upholding the rule of law and human rights.
Presenting the findings and policy implications of a new RUSI briefing paper on Taliban reconciliation.