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December 22, 2014 06:19 AM

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Quilliam Launches White Paper on the role of Prevent in Countering Online Extremism

Following increased scrutiny of the UK government’s counter-extremism strategy, Prevent, Quilliam launches a White Paper that assesses the successes and failures of Prevent in its 10 year history, and makes recommendations for its improvement to deal with the current nature of the threat.

The ISIS Threat in Iraq and Beyond

A horrific new video was released by ISIS (Islamic State) showing that they had executed Abdul-Rahman Kassig, a former U.S. Army Ranger known as Peter Kassig, who had traveled to Syria on a humanitarian mission and was kidnapped over a year ago.

ISIS and the Intimate Kill

It isn’t all shock and gore. Sometimes, it’s mock and bore. Consider the video that ISIS released a few weeks ago of the British hostage John Cantlie “reporting” from the besieged town of Kobani on the Syrian-Turkish border. The video’s theme is the unreliability of Western media coverage of the conflict in Syria and Iraq, expressed in a tone of...

What the Fall of the Wall Did Not Change

Twenty-five years ago, a crowd filled with an uneasy mixture of joy and rage tore down the Berlin Wall. There was joy for the end of Germany's partition and the end of tyranny. There was rage against generations of fear.

Here Are the Psychological Reasons Why an American Might Join ISIS

So read the Twitter bio of Douglas McAuthur McCain—or, as he reportedly called himself, "Duale Khalid"—the San Diego man who is apparently the first American to be killed while fighting for ISIS. According to NBC News, McCain grew up in Minnesota, was a basketball player, and wanted to be a rapper. Friends describe him as a high school "goofball"...

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The Ebola Outbreak, International Broadcasting, and Social Media

These are busy times for those engaged in international politics on social media. Russia’s propaganda machine is at full throttle, twisting facts on the ground in Ukraine inside out. ISIL has developed slick and sickening videos and has turned social media into a recruiting office. Meanwhile, the...

The Simpsons Go to China

Later this fall, “The Simpsons” will begin streaming in China, as part of a new multi-year deal between Fox and Sohu, a minor colossus in the competitive world of Chinese Web portals. While more popular sites like Baidu and Sina have won over young users by investing in gaming and social networking,...

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