Here's a selection of my recent publications.
- Reintegrating Extremists: 'Deradicalisation' and Desistance. Palgrave. (2016).
- A Social Movement Theory typology of militant organisations: Contextualising terrorism. Terrorism and Political Violence, 28 (2016).
- Leaderless Global Jihadism: The paradox of discriminate violence. Journal of Strategic Studies, 38 (2015). With G. Ramsay.
- Conceptualising 'success' with those convicted of terrorism offences: Aims, methods and barriers to reintegration, 7 (2015) Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression.
- Forest jihad: Assessing the evidence for ‘popular resistance terrorism’. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 37 (2014). With D. Marino and G. Ramsay.
- Media metrics of success and failure in the Global War on Terror: A comparison of Western and Arab media perspectives. Perspectives on Terrorism, 7 (2013).
- Radical distinctions: A comparative study of two jihadist speeches. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 6 (2013). With G. Ramsay.
- ‘Successful terrorism’: A framework and review. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Violence, 4 (2012).
- How terrorism ends. In Terrorism and Political Violence, ed. C. Kennedy-Pipe, G. Clubb & S. Mabon. (Croydon: Sage, 2015).
- Typologies of terrorism. In Handbook of Terrorism Research: Research, Theories and Concepts, ed. A.P. Schmid. (London & New York: Routledge, 2011). With A.P. Schmid.
- Furthering the counter-narrative via educational and social grassroots projects. In Edited Volume on Counter-narratives, ed. E. Akerboom. (Centre for Terrorism and Counterterrorism: The Hague, 2010). With T. Qureshi.
- Explainer: What happens to people who are suspected of being 'radicalised'? The Conversation. February 2016
- Little evidence to show that prisons have become ‘universities of terror’. The Conversation. November, 2015
- Defecting jihadists help reveal why they signed up to Islamic State. The Conversation. September, 2015
- 'Terrorist recidivism': 'Deradicalisation' and reintegration. RadicalisationResearch.org. September, 2015
- Cameron's counter extremism plan rests on shaky foundations. LSE Politics and Policy blog. July, 2015
- Preventing 'violent extremism': Creating safe spaces for negotiating difference. Political Insight. July, 2015.
- What constitutes successful 'deradicalisation'? Policy and Politics Journal blog. March, 2015
- Can we reintegrate extremists into society? Political Insight. January, 2015
And a selection of talks
- Everyday resistance: Repertoires of anti-fascist contention. International Dissidence. Rule and Resistance in a Globalized World, Frankfurt, March, 2017.
- An oral history of jihad: How ‘foreign fighters’ experience reintegration. Society for Terrorism Research, The Hague, November 2016.
- Understanding Reintegration Experiences through the Life Histories of Former Jihadists. European Consortium on Political Research, Prague, September 2016.
- Extremist reintegration: ‘Deradicalisation’ and desistance. Terrorism and Political Violence Association Conference, Leeds, July 2016.
- Reintegrating extremists: A strengths-based approach to ‘deradicalisation’.International Society for Political Psychology, Warsaw, July 2016.
- ‘Deradicalisation’, desistance and the successful resettlement of politically motivated ex-prisoners. Understanding Terrorism and Political Violence: The Role of Victims and Perpetrators, University College Cork, Ireland: 30 March, 2015.
- Kahane Chai? Understanding the legacy of Israel’s early radical right. University of Edinburgh, Islamic & Middle Eastern Studies: March 16, 2015.