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Research & Evidence Base
Terror plots have become far more frequent in Australia since September 2014, but they have also become less ambitious.
A discussion on the international terrorism, its impact on Australia, and counter-terrorism legislation from 2014 onwards.
A discussion on the international development of terrorism and its manifestations in Australia, covering the period from the 1960s up until 2013.
An interview with Vidhya Ramalingam and Ross Frenett about countering violent extremism (CVE), which refers to non-coercive efforts to help prevent involvement in terrorism.
This interview discusses the use of social media by members of the Australian Army, and the purposes it can be used for such as outreach, professional development, and encouraging innovation.
This interview discusses signals intelligence and its current role in counter-terrorism, the threats posed by the 'Islamic State' and al-Qaeda, the attacks in Brussels and Paris, the current...
Noor Huda Ismail discusses the evolution of terrorism in Indonesia and his involvement in rehabilitation efforts.
This interview discusses the situations facing asylum seekers trying to escape persecution for being lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or intersex.
The Parramatta shooting and its aftermath demonstrate common difficulties democracies face in counterterrorism.
The transnational pull of the conflicts in Syria and Iraq, and the emergence of the Islamic State, risk undermining Indonesia’s counter-terrorism successes.