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CTC at West Point 17h
The ELN’s Attack on the National Police Academy in Bogotá and Its Implications by Ross Dayton ()
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CTC at West Point 17h
Profit-Minded Suppliers: Convergence of IED Facilitation and WMD Proliferation Networks for Non-State Actors by Stephen Hummel, F. John Burpo, & James Bonner
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CTC at West Point 17h
CT Foxhole Interview with Shaun Greenough, Case Strategy and Mentor Supervisor, The Unity Initiative. Interviewed by
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CTC at West Point 17h
"A Hollow Victory Over the Islamic State in Syria? The High Risk of Jihadi Revival in Deir ez-Zor's Euphrates River Valley" by
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CTC at West Point 17h
New Sentinel live. Articles about risk of jihadi revival in Deir ez-Zor's Euphrates river valley, convergence of IED facilitation & WMD prolif networks for non-state actors, & ELN’s attack in Bogotá. Interview w Shaun Greenough, The Unity Initiative, too.
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CTC at West Point Feb 20
CTC was thrilled to welcome Dr. Tricia Bacon (), Assistant Professor & former State Department CT official, to lecture cadets in the Terrorism Studies Minor on the current debates regarding who is and is not considered a state sponsor of terrorism
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CTC at West Point Feb 15
Meet Cadet Chance Mathias, CTC's Cadet of the Month for FEB 19. Since joining the Terrorism Studies Minor, Chance has interned w the FBI & participated in a long-range terrorism studies class in Jordan. Learn more about Chance here:
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Paul Cruickshank Feb 14
What are the challenges in rehabilitating British women who traveled to the Islamic State? Deep insights here from a leading CVE practitioner who has dealt with these cases including on the reasons women from the UK made the journey. in Sentinel
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CTC at West Point Feb 13
CTC's quoted in New York Times article by & released yesterday "A Battle Cry Seldom Heard These Days: The Palestinian Cause"
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Paul Cruickshank Feb 4
Attention all natsec journos: for an authoritative study of recent ISIS regeneration efforts in Iraq read recent piece for Sentinel
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CTC at West Point Jan 28
Reminder: This week is the last week to apply for a summer 2019 internship with us here at CTC.
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CTC at West Point Jan 22
Meet Cadet Alexander Orta, CTC's Cadet of the month for JAN. Since being accepted to West Point, Alexander has focused his academics on law & legal studies & counterterrorism. Learn more about Alexander here:
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CTC at West Point Jan 22
New NYT article -"Described as Defeated, Islamic State Punches Back With Guerrilla Tactics" - cites 2 recent CTC Sentinel pieces by Hassan Hassan and Michael Knights. Includes quote from former CTC director of research Brian Fishman too.
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CTC at West Point Jan 17
Are you a BA/MA student interested in terrorism, counter-terrorism, or political violence? The Combating Terrorism Center () at West Point is looking for 2+ research interns for residence in summer 2019. Deadline is 31 January. For details see:
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CTC at West Point Jan 16
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CTC at West Point Jan 16
Does al-Qa`ida’s Increasing Media Outreach Signal Revitalization? by Jami Forbes
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CTC at West Point Jan 16
Iranian Resources and Shi`a Militant Cohesion: Insights from the Khazali Papers by Bryce Loidolt
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CTC at West Point Jan 16
The Evolution of Extreme-Right Terrorism and Efforts to Counter It in the United Kingdom by Graham Macklin ()
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CTC at West Point Jan 16
CT Foxhole Interview: Rebecca Weiner, Assistant Commissioner for Intel Analysis, NYPD, & Meghann Teubner, Director of CT Intel Analysis, by Paul Cruickshank
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CTC at West Point Jan 16
The Hardline Stream of Global Jihad: Revisiting the Ideological Origin of the Islamic State by
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