Jonathan Githens-Mazer is an associate professor in ethno-politics in the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies at the University of Exeter.
The curious case of the Tunisian 3,000
A surge of Tunisian jihadists into Syria tells much about the wider story of violence and politics after the Arab Spring.
Questions raised and risks posed by Syrian intervention. Part Two
Part Two of an analysis of the geopolitical sectarian dynamics and possible fall-out of military intervention in...
Questions raised and risks posed by Syrian intervention
Part One of a two-part analysis of the geopolitical sectarian dynamics and possible fall-out of military...
Published in: HomeGoogle's big idea against extremism needs to learn the important maxim of political violence: "no justice, no peace"?
Google Ideas, Google's think-and-do-tank, wants to combat violent extremism by having extremists and policy makers...
The fiery birth of the Prevent counter-terrorism strategy: England's Summer of Discontent, ten years on
As the UK government reviews its counter-terrorism, counter-radicalisation strategy, Jonathan Githens-Mazer and...