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SEN News on Sunday: October 6 – 13, 2013

The New York Times’ (12/10/13) Parag Khanna opines about the world of the future, where nation-states have become obsolete. The New York Times (09/10/13) also reports on the growing extremism in Kenya, in particular among the country’s “own neglected, disaffected … Continue reading

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Extremism and Violence: War and National Reconstruction

As part of our current theme on extremism and violence, SEN Journal: Online Exclusives is thrilled to present an original article by Dr. Bill Kissane. He has recently edited a new book, entitled Reconstructing National Identity after Europe’s Internal Wars, … Continue reading

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ASEN Event: ‘Diagnosing Diasporas: A Comprehensive Effort to Understand Variations in Mobilization and Extremism’

ASEN, in conjunction with the Department of Government, LSE would like to invite you to our upcoming seminar titled ‘Diagnosing Diasporas: A Comprehensive Effort to Understand Variations in Mobilization and Extremism’  with Prof. Dr. Stephen Saideman  (Paterson Chair in International … Continue reading

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Exclusive Preview: Neo-Nazi Nationalism

In the first preview of our current focus on violence and extremist groups, SEN Journal: Online Exclusives is pleased to present an extract from Amy Cooter’s ‘Neo-Nazi Nationalism.’  Abstract In an effort to understand how supremacists may respond to future … Continue reading

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Problems Predicting Extremist Violence

To launch our new theme on extremism and violence, SEN Journal: Online Exclusives is delighted to present a specially commissioned piece by Amy Cooter on the issue of predicting violent action. Over the next few weeks, we will be posting … Continue reading

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