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7 April 2015

Raffaello Pantucci's book  - available from http://www.hurstpublishers.com/book/we-love-death-as-you-love-life/ rec... great reviews in The Times, The Evening Standard etc -

‘Raffaello Pantucci has written a sober, detailed, and invaluable assessment of Islamist radicalisation in the United Kingdom. Britain may be a multi-cultural society, but not everyone feels part of it. Pantucci throws down the challenge: understand what is happening and act accordingly.’ — Jon Snow, broadcast journalist, Channel 4 News

This book will be one of the definitive texts on the study of radicalisation for years come — well researched, articulate, and rich in understanding. We Love Death as You Love Life provides the kind of detailed, rich analysis which is important for students, policy makers and any one with an interest in how radicalisation in Britain actually works.’ — Jonathan Githens-Mazer, Associate Professor in Ethnic-Politics, University of Exeter

4 June 2014

Please follow the link below to read an article by Raffaello Pantucci in the CTC Sentinel

 https://www.ctc.usma.edu/posts/the-british-foreign-fighter-contingent-in-syria

5 May 2014

The US May issue of Vanity Fair has published a piece by James Harkin - an investigation of the kidnapping of journalists in Syria - 

http://www.vanityfair.com/politics/2014/05/journalists-missing-in-syria?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter 

5 May 2014

James Fergusson's book "The World's Most Dangerous Place - Inside the Outlaw State of Somalia" has been shortlisted for the prestigious Orwell Prize.  The result will be announced at the Prize Ceremony on May 21st 2014.