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Dapchi and Boko Haram’s Continued Assault on Education
Alex J. Thurston
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The recent attack suggests that, despite having lost much of its territory, Boko Haram’s assault on education continues.
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Past is Precedent: Mining for Meaning Across Two Decades of Research on Extremism and Political Violence
Kateira Aryaeinejad and Bethany McGann
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The rise in deadly attacks inspired by extremist groups across the globe, from Berlin to
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Bangladesh Matters
Seth Oldmixon
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New Research Highlights Questions as Well as Answers With national elections around the corner, the need for new research could not be more urgent.
Announcement
Call for Contributors to RESOLVE Network Blog
RESOLVE Team
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The RESOLVE Network is seeking regular and periodic writers for our new and improved Knowledge Platform. We have thousands of subscribers to our newsletter who are interested in…
Blog Post
2017 RESOLVE Network Global Forum: Opportunity to “Rethink” CVE?
Imtiaz Gul, Executive Director, CRSS
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The September 27 annual RESOLVE Global Forum at the US Institute of Peace in Washington, DC, marked a big stride forward in the practitioners’ search for ways and means to…
News Article
Marc Sageman and Dale Eickelman at the Resolve Forum 2017
RESOLVE Team
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