Pathways to Peace and Security.
No. 1(52) Special Issue: ADDRESSING TERRORISM, VIOLENT EXTREMISM AND RADICALIZATION (perspectives from Russia and the United States). Edited by Ekaterina Stepanova, 2017

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This special issue of the IMEMO’s journal “Pathways to Peace and Security” ( 1(52), May 2017) is an academic effort, involving nine Russian and eight U.S. researchers, to explore the substance, underlying drivers, dynamics, implications and ways to address, prevent and counter terrorism, violent extremism and radicalization. 

These issues are explored with a focus on the United States and Russia (where appropriate, in comparative context), with special attention to the overall level and types of threat that the two countries face at home, national antiterrorism strategies and ways to counter (violent) extremism and radicalization, and to antiterrorism aspects of the armed conflicts and conflict management in Syria (and the broader Middle East) and in Afghanistan (and the broader region).

Print ISSN 2307-1494
Online ISSN 2311-5238
ISBN 978-5-9535-0502-4
DOI: 10.20542/978-5-9535-0502-4

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