Every month, the RESOLVE Secretariat collates a digest of CVE-relevant, thematic must-reads to enrich the narrative around violent extremism.

WHAT WE'RE READING

This month, RESOLVE highlights recommended readings from one of our latest Policy Notes, "Detecting Extremists Online: Examining Online Posting Behaviors of Violent and Non-Violent Right-Wing Extremists.” Authors Ryan Scrivens, Steven M. Chermak, Joshua D. Freilich, Thomas W. Wojciechowski, and Richard Frank highlight the importance of…

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This month, RESOLVE highlights recommended readings from our latest Policy Note, "Deradicalization Programs: Recommendations for Policy and Practice.” Author John Horgan explains how and why people leave violent extremist movements, which constitutes actionable knowledge that brings immense practical benefits. The policy note…

WHAT WE'RE READING

This month, RESOLVE highlights recommended readings from our latest Policy Note, "Leveraging the Peacebuilding Potential of Cross-border Trader Networks in Sub-Saharan Africa.” Author Maryam Rokhideh introduces cross-border traders, actors embedded in licit and illicit networks at local and regional levels, who present an underexamined yet…

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This month, RESOLVE highlights recommended readings from our latest Policy Note, "Whose Vulnerability? Trauma Recovery in the Reintegration of Former Violent Extremists.” Author Michael Niconchuk presents research in global mental health that confirms trauma is not only relevant to the emergence of violent extremism but is also a consequence of…

WHAT WE'RE READING

This month, RESOLVE highlights recommended readings from the most recent Policy Note, "Hybrid Peacebuilding Approaches in Africa: Harnessing Complementary Parallels." In this note, author MaryAnne Iwara underlines complementarities between local/indigenous and contemporary peacebuilding approaches. Iwara calls on peacebuilders working in both…

WHAT WE'RE READING

This month, RESOLVE highlights recommended readings from the Policy Note, "Stigma, Shame, and Fear: Navigating Obstacles to Peace in Mindanao." In this note, author Haroro J. Ingram explores how stigma, shame, and fear may act as obstacles but also opportunities that need to be understood and appropriately harnessed in disengagement and…