Every month, the RESOLVE Network Secretariat Team puts together a list of must-read articles and publications. Network experts also contribute recommended reading, blogs and other resources. Click through to view the series.

What We're Reading
November 2017 | Kosovo
This month, the RESOLVE Network team’s “What We’re Reading” post features research addressing concepts related to ideology, governance, people, and violence in one of the Network's 10 priority countries: Kosovo. The publications below focus on popular perceptions regarding violent extremism,…
What We're Reading
October 2017 | Kenya
This month, the RESOLVE Network team’s “What We’re Reading” post again resumes focus on our 10 priority countries. The post features research addressing concepts related to belief, governance, populations, and violence in the country of  Kenya. The publications below delve into the…
What We're Reading
September 2017 | RESOLVE Global Forum 2017
In preparation for RESOLVE's Global Annual Forum on September 27, 2017, the RESOLVE Network team’s “What We’re Reading” post for September features key publications related to each of our Forum panels.  
What We're Reading
August 2017 | Mali
For the month of August, the RESOLVE Network team’s “What We’re Reading” post features research focused on concepts related to governance, ideas, individuals, and violence in the country of Mali.  The publications listed below explore the aftermath of the French intervention, investigate the…
What We're Reading
July 2017 | Afghanistan
For the month of July, the RESOLVE Network team’s “What We’re Reading” post features research focused on concepts related to governance, ideas, individuals, and violence in the country of Afghanistan.  Many of the articles below informed our two latest Network Working Papers: Mining the Gaps…
What We're Reading
June 2017 | World Refugee Day 2017
In honor of World Refugee Day 2017, the RESOLVE Network team’s “What We’re Reading” post for June features publications delving into the relationship between migration, refugees, and violent extremism.  The publications below explore the impact of violent extremism on migration, and vice versa…