For thirteen years, the Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation has served as a regional rallying point for much-needed counterterrorism capacity development and cooperation.
This paper examines the appeal of Islamic State (IS) to Western women and explores how women can be employed in countering violent extremism (CVE) structures to prevent further involvement.
The purpose of this website is to consolidate information about national security law and policy in Australia in a clear and accessible form so as to improve public knowledge of this field.
This is the first comprehensive analysis of US-based ISIS-related cases to examine the profiles of indictees overall, as well as to identify characteristics associated with each of the offence...
This report looks at how the role of women in Indonesian extremist organisations has evolved over the last four decades.
This article seeks to provide a more rigorous evidence base for debates about mental health and terrorism.
A discussion on the international development of terrorism and its manifestations in Australia, covering the period from the 1960s up until 2013.
From a broad perspective of regional order in Northeast Asia, one ultimate goal must be to forge a feasible and sustainable “grand bargain” among the resident great powers.
This paper examines the international and Australian systems for targeting terrorism financing.