The study of violent extremism is entering a new phase, with shifts in academic focus and policy direction, as well as a host of new and continuing practical and ethical challenges.

A study by J. M. Berger – ‘Researching Violent Extremism: The State of Play’ presents an overview of the challenges ahead and discuss some strategies for improving the state of research.

Check it out here!

The study is part of the Researching Violent Extremism Series, published by the RESOLVE Network.

The RESOLVE Network is a global consortium of researchers, research organizations, policymakers and practitioners committed to empirically driven, locally defined research on the drivers of violent extremism and sources of community resilience. International stakeholders established RESOLVE to generate, facilitate, aggregate, and synthesize methodologically sound, locally informed research on the dynamics of violent extremism.