The Prevention Project (INSCT)

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Lone-Wolf or Low-Tech Terrorism? Emergent Patterns of Global Terrorism in Recent French and European Attacks

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Islamic Contributions to International Humanitarian Law: Recalibrating TWAIL Approaches for Existing Contributions & Legacies

(Re-published from AJIL Unbound, March 17, 2016) This short essay focuses on the involvement of Muslim-majority state leadership in the pre-World War II development of international humanitarian law (IHL), including their appeals to Islamic norms.

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INSCT Co-Hosts International Workshop on Islam and Conflict Norms

Representatives from the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism (INSCT) traveled to the Arab Gulf recently to co-host a preparatory workshop toward a future international conference on Islam and the Laws of War, to be held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 2015.

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INSCT Working Group on Islamic Law and Postconflict Justice at the Brookings US-Islamic World Forum, 2014

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Periodic Updates on Egypt by M. Cherif Bassiouni

Updates and commentary on developments in Egypt are available 7 February, 2011 onwards.

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Aziz Rana spoke at INSCT on “Constitutionalism and the Foundations of the Security State.”

Aziz Rana is a Professor of Law at Cornell University.On April 16,2014, he spoke at INSCT on how discourses of security and constitutional commitment historically emerged in tandem and have had the primary effect of reinforcing rather than checking one another. This effect raises real questions about the political function of constitutionalism in American life […]

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