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Alastair Reed
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The Foreign Fighters Phenomenon in the European Union. Profiles, Threats & Policies
B van Ginkel, E Entenmann, B Boutin, G Chauzal, J Dorsey, M Jegerings, ...
The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague 7 (2), 2016
197*2016
Recommender systems and the amplification of extremist content
J Whittaker, S Looney, A Reed, F Votta
Internet Policy Review, Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and …, 2021
742021
Pathways of Foreign Fighters: Policy Options and Their (Un)Intended Consequences
A Reed, J de Roy van Zuijdewijn, E Bakker
The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism- The Hague 6 (1), 2015
46*2015
Countering terrorist narratives
AG Reed, HJ Ingram, J Whittaker
Countering Terrorist Narratives, 2017
392017
Exploring the Role of Instructional Material in AQAP's Inspire and ISIS'Rumiyah
A Reed, HJ Ingram
Universität Tübingen, 2017
382017
Radical filter bubbles: Social media personalisation algorithms and extremist content
A Reed
JSTOR Security Studies Collection, 2022
352022
The four dimensions of the foreign fighter threat: Making sense of an evolving phenomenon
AG Reed, J Pohl, M Jegerings
International Centre for Counter-Terrorism Policy Brief 8 (1), 2017
312017
Al Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent: A New Frontline in the Global Jihadist Movement
A Reed
The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague 8 (1), 2016
27*2016
Understanding lone wolves: Towards a theoretical framework for comparative analysis
J Leenaars
International Centre for Counter-Terrorism, 2022
242022
Tackling the surge of returning foreign fighters
A Reed, J Pohl
International Centre for Counterterrorism 14, 2017
192017
THE ROLE OF HISTORICAL NARRATIVES IN EXTREMIST PROPAGANDA
A Reed, J Dowling
Defence Strategic Communications Journal, 2018
152018
Lessons from History for Counter- Terrorism Strategic Communications
H Ingram, A Reed
The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague 7 (4), 2016
15*2016
An inconvenient truth: Countering terrorist narratives–Fighting a threat we do not understand
A Reed
International Centre for Counter-Terrorism 1, 2018
132018
Disentangling the EU Foreign Fighter Threat: the Case for a Comprehensive Approach
A Reed, J Pohl
RUSI Newsbrief 37 (1), 2017
132017
Toward an ethical framework for countering extremist propaganda online
A Henschke, A Reed
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 1-18, 2021
122021
Counter-terrorism strategic communications: Back to the future–lessons from past and present
A Reed
Terrorists' Use of the Internet, 269-278, 2017
122017
Towards a framework for post-terrorist incident communications strategies
A Reed, HJ Ingram
Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), 2022
102022
Beyond prevention: The role of strategic communications across the four pillars of counterterrorism strategy
A Glazzard, A Reed
The RUSI Journal 165 (1), 74-88, 2020
102020
A practical guide to the first rule of CT- CVE messaging: Do violent extremists no favours
A Reed, H Ingram
Europol Report, 2019
9*2019
IS Propaganda: Should We Counter the Narrative?
A Reed
ICCT Perspectives, 2017
92017
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