Overview

In consultation with our partners, and a survey of over 400 experts in political violence and violent extremism, the RESOLVE Network identified Southeast Asia as one of the Network regions of focus. Explore our research library, view our Network partners, or login to connect with our community of experts

Resource Library

Publication
From civilian to combatant: armed recruitment and participation in the Maoist conflict in Nepal
DB Subedi
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Publication
Early Warning and Response for Preventing Radicalization and Violent Extremism
DB Subedi
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Article
Resilience and Healing Among Cambodian Survivors of the Khmer Rouge Regime
Greene, Roberta R.
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In this article the author presents a qualitative study about resilience and healing among Cambodian survivors of the communist Khmer Rouge regime. The database of the Documentation Center of…
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Extremely violent societies: an alternative to the concept of genocide
Gerlach, Christian
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The past 15 years have seen an avalanche of research about mass violence and “genocide.” This is not only true for the three topics which will play a role in this article: Nazi Germany, the Soviet…
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Islamic radicalisation: Questioning the security lens
George, Cherian
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Few trends have induced more fear than the conversion of seemingly normal individuals into terrorists reveling in the murder of innocents, whether on hitherto peaceful city streets or in the midst of…
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Terrorist Organization Typologies and the Probability of a Boomerang Effect
Ganor, Boaz
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Since the 1970s, many researchers have proposed typologies to sort the phenomenon of terror into different categories and to divide terror organizations into groups based on various characteristics…

Southeast Asia Experts

Bethany L. McGann
RESOLVE Network Knowledge Platform Administrator
Candace Rondeaux