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European Lone Actor Terrorists Versus “Common” Homicide Offenders: An Empirical Analysis
The term “Lone Actor” has been applied to a variety of violent individuals who are thought to act out of ideological motivations using terrorist tactics.
Lone Actor Terrorist Attack Planning and Preparation: A Data‐Driven Analysis
This article provides an in‐depth assessment of lone actor terrorists’ attack planning and preparation.
Remembering terrorism: visit to Utøya
On 20-21 June, the Society for Terrorism Research (STR) held its annual conference in Oslo. The Center for Research on Extremism (C-REX) of the University of Oslo led by Professor dr. Tore Bjørgo hosted one of the main academic conferences in the field of terrorism studies. The central theme was the…
What is the road ahead in the field of preventing violent extremism?
What should policymakers and politicians do to prevent violent extremism? What are the greatest risks posed by the radical left and right? How do ideological media publications that terrorists assemble before attacks, may help to counter extremist narratives? About 30 professionals from all over the…
Bart Schuurman on the CPL Summer Programme “Preventing Violent Extremism”
This August, the second edition of the Advanced Summer Programme "Preventing, Detecting, and Responding to the Violent Extremist Threat" will be held. Assistant professor Bart Schuurman tells us more about his role in and experiences with the programme.