Forensic Psychiatry and the Extremist: A Review of the Recent Violence Risk Assessment Tools for Offenders Convicted of Terrorism Offences
How “Alone” are Lone-Actors? Exploring the Ideological, Signaling, and Support Networks of Lone-Actor Terrorists
From nascent insurrections to full-blown insurgencies: Why some militant groups engage in sustained armed conflicts, a quantitative approach
Analysis of Low-Tech Terrorism in Western Democracies: Attacks with Vehicles, Blades and Incendiary Devices
Reporting Suspicion in Canada: Insights from the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing
The Experience of Canadian Muslim Civil-society Organization and Activists in Influencing and Shaping Counter-terrorism Legislation and Policy
Analyzing the formal and informal roles of women in security and justice in Yemen: Reflections for future considerations
Teaching CVE: a review of the Preventing Violent Extremism and Radicalisation in Australia handbook, and challenges across policy and practice
Assessment of the state of knowledge: Connections between research on the social psychology of the Internet and violent extremism
Bridging the National Security Accountability Gap: A Three-Part System to Modernize Canada’s Inadequate Review of National Security
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TSAS accepts working paper submissions from Canadian scholars (faculty members, graduate and post-doctoral students) who are studying issues of terrorism, security and/or society. We also accept papers from scholars working outside of Canada who are working on these issues, provided that their work has strong connections to Canada (for example, a comparative analysis that includes Canada, and one or more other countries), or papers that explore policy issues of great concern to Canada and that explain their relevance. Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to review and process working papers from international scholars that are exclusively on topics outside of Canada.
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