Tag Archives: extremism

Arab World: No Shortcuts to Deradicalization

The root cause of radicalization is embedded in a nation’s internal socio-economic and political disorder.

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Fighting Terrorists? Needed: More Effective Battle of Ideas

There are different kinds of terrorists. Understanding the variations could help stop them.

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Education and the Global Battle Against Extremism

Education is the most powerful tool for building a fairer, more humane and inclusive world.

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New Wave Terrorism: The Syrian Nightmare and Moral Confusion

Brace yourselves. There is a new wave of terrorism coming to the G20 countries.

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Saudi Arabia: On the Inside Track in Egypt

How extremism migrated from Saudi Arabia to Egypt.

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Europe’s Eager Islamism Understanders

Is Europe’s long slumber about Islamist ideology about to end?

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5 Facts: Muslims and Islam – Now and Then

Can Islam rediscover the tolerance it practiced for many centuries?

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Africa as a Global Test Case

Has the time for a new global approach to Africa finally arrived?

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Post-Boston: A More Effective Battle of Ideas (Part II)

With a deeper knowledge of the various kinds of terrorism that have emerged, how does the United States engage in an effective battle of ideas?

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Queen Rania’s Western Ideal

Does Jordan really uphold the values it preaches?

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