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Countering Violent Extremism in the United States-CRS

This report provides examples of the Federal government’s CVE activity and examines some of the risks and challenges evident in its CVE objectives. The report also diagrams and briefly discusses the “future activities and efforts” under CVE.

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Countering Violent Extremism: A Peacebuilding Perspective – USIP

This report explores the nexus of counter violent extremism (CVE) and peacebuilding and is written for counterterrorism and CVE experts and peacebuilders. Underpinning this report is the assumption that a stronger bridge between practitioners from both worlds would contribute to a broader understanding and more effective practice of countering violent extremism. The U.S. Institute of […]

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Saudi Youth: Unveiling the Force for Change

Women without Borders, a Vienna-based non-governmental organization, conducted a series of surveys from 2006 to 2008 that targeted university students throughout the Kingdom. The surveys explored young male and female attitudes toward a wide range of social issues, including changing relationships between tradition, religion, family, and gender dynamics.The findings help shed light on the attitudes […]

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Challenges to Women’s Security in the MENA Region

On the occasion of International Women’s Day 2013, the Middle East Program at the Wilson Center invited a cross-section of women activists, politicians, academics, and entrepreneurs to give their views on the challenges women face to their security. This publication, includes pieces from 42 women from 20 countries including the United States, Malaysia, Indonesia, and […]

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Corri Zoli and Courtney Schuster discuss Egypt’s New Constitution on The Fletcher Forum

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What Egypt’s New Constitution Tells Us about Political Transition

By CORRI ZOLI and COURTNEY SCHUSTER, March 12, 2014 ( The Fletcher Forum for World Affairs). The piece discusses a controversial article of the 2012 Egyptian Constitution, which contained a narrow and exclusive definition of Shari’a, and how its removal in the 2014 constitution signals a more pluralistic constitutional process and future in Egypt.

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INSCT Invited to Join Brookings’ 2014 US-Islamic World Forum

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Project Precis: Postconflict Justice and Islam

By CORRI ZOLI. The Project Precis provides a description of the postconflict justice part of the INSCT Islam, International Humanitarian Law, and Postconflict Justice initiative. It also discusses the main research questions for the scholar-practitioner workshop that was held in the fall of 2010 in Washington, DC.

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Corri Zoli and Emily Schneider write on Sharia Strategy and Rule of Law in “Syria in Crisis”

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Corri Zoli and Emily Schneider’s piece published in the Harvard National Security Journal

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