In November 2015 the Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the UK. According to Indian media, during this visit he presented a dossier on ‘Sikh radicalisation in Britain’ to his[…]
As part of ongoing research on both radical Islamist and far-right extremism, I spent the best part of 2009 following the activities of one British city’s al-Muhajiroun group. Also known[…]
Skinhead culture: the ideologies, mythologies, religions and conspiracy theories of racist skinheads
Journal abstract Groups of racist skinheads now constitute a significant element of the global radical right. The British youth subculture of the late 1960s has thus been transformed into a[…]
Publisher’s description This book explores everyday realities of young Muslim women in Britain, who are portrayed as antithetical to the British way of life in media and political discourse. The[…]
This paper discusses the rise of the radical right in Europe as well as right-wing extremist violence.
This article provides both a good introductory survey to approaches to counter-radicalisation, placing US efforts in the context of European practices.
A special issue of a journal, with papers based on new primary research, that focuses on Muslim young people in Britain and Russia.
Through profiling radicals who have turned to violence as well as those that haven’t, this report explores why some types of radicalisation develop into violence.
A biography on one of the key theorists of jihad, Abu Mus’ab Al-Suri.
This review of the 2007 Prevent Strategy continues its aim to prevent people from becoming or supporting terrorism. It does so with some notable differences from the previous government’s approach.