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A not-so-super Supermax

Poor or non-existent deradicalisation programs in Australia’s most high-security jails are having a detrimental effect not just on inmates but in the wider community, Hamed El-Said writes.

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From Terrorist to Asset: Could Disillusioned Militants Bring ISIL Down?

A British-based anti-terror think tank is calling on western governments to listen to what defected Islamic State (ISIL) militants might have to say to help in the fight against them.

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UK Anti-Terror 'Prevent' Strategy Under Scrutiny

An investigation by the UK Police and Crime Committee is underway, looking at the effectiveness of Britain's terror prevention strategy.

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FROM COUNTERING TO PREVENTING TERRORISM

University professor and author Hamed El-Said shares his thoughts on why traditional approaches to fighting terrorism are not working, arguing that countering radicalisation in the first place is a better approach to the problem.

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The crisis in Syria is in its fourth year. Over 200,000 people have been killed and over one million injured.

According to a United Nations report, Regional Refugee and Resilience Plan, more than half of all Syrians have been forced to leave their homes. Three point two million Syrians are currently living as refugees in what's the largest displacement crisis in a generation.

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