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Undergraduate Radicalisation in Selected…

This Study seeks to understand the perception of undergraduates from both public and private universities in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore and Thailand ... Read more

The Lahad Datu Incursion and its Impact …

SEARCCT recently published a monograph entitled "The Lahad Datu Incursion and its Impact on Malaysia's Security". It looks at the various threats to Sabah Eastern seaboar... Read more

A Theoretical Framework for Understandin…

This article will firstly, attempt the aforementioned task. Second, it will also draw attention to the importance of cognitive extremism as a potential precursor to ... Read more

Definition and Framework of Cyber Terori…

Cyberspace is a virtual place that has become as important as physical space for social, economic and political activities. Many nations in the world are increasing their... Read more

The Pool of Terrorism: A Philippine Case…

There are many explanations on why young persons join terrorist organisations. One focuses on pull factors that strongly draw the youth to enter organisations that promot... Read more

The Evolving of Think Tanks in Counterin…

To counter violent extremism, over 100 think tanks are currently engaged in teaching, research, networking and outreach activities. The ability of think tanks to develop ... Read more

Understanding the Narrative of the Terro…

Terrorists have been very successful in capturing the hearts and minds of the young people. They have done so by developing and disseminating a rhetoric that depicts thei... Read more

Moscow, Russia: More teenagers joining terrorists in Russia.
The average age of newly-recruited Islamist militants in Russia's volatile North Caucasus region is on a constant decrease, with more and more teenagers joining the terrorists, a presidential envoy said.
"These days, the insurgency is already drawing on 17 to 18-year-old boys, fresh out of school," said Alexander Khloponin, the Kremlin's envoy to the North Caucasus.
In 2008, the average age of militants killed in the North Caucasus stood between 19 and 23 years, according to official data.
Though law enforcement officials have eliminated many terrorist leaders in recent years, the insurgency's recruiting system is still functioning, thriving on the youth who have "not yet sorted out their feelings", Khloponin said.

Source: The Siasat Daily

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