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Leaving Terrorism Behind
Individual and Collective Disengagement
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'The conclusions drawn up by Bjorgo and Horgan summarise the editors' own considerations on the debate, based on the case studies employed by all of the contributors, and offer the reader some final concepts and questions upon which to reflect. This, along with the wealth of information offered by such a broad range of empirical data and case studies, make for a captivating read.' - Natasha Kingston, University of Bath, UK "An important collection of case studies, using empirical data to analyze the processes by which individuals and groups are likely to disengage from terrorism - a crucial component in the research on how to resolve terrorist insurgencies... The lessons learned from these cases are valuable in explaining their potential utility in a counterterrorism program's ability to facilitate this crucial component in insurgency resolution."- Joshua Sinai, 'Terrorism Bookshelf: Top 150 Books on Terrorism and Counterterrorism', Perspectives on Terrorism, Vol. 6, No. 2 (2012)
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Tore Bjorgo is Professor at the Norwegian Police University College and Senior Researcher at the Norwegian Institute of International Affairs. He has published extensively on terrorism, racist violence, youth gangs and crime prevention, and is author of Root Causes of Terrorism (2005). John Horgan is Director of the International Center for the Study of Terrorism at The Pennsylvania State University. He is one of the world's leading experts on terrorist psychology, and is author of over 50 publications in the field.
Foreword (TBC) 1. Introduction Tore Bjorgo and John Horgan Part 1: Processes 2. Individual disengagement: A psychological analysis John Horgan 3. Processes of disengagement from violent groups of the extreme right Tore Bjorgo 4. How terrorist campaigns end Audrey Kurth Cronin 5. Leaving left-wing terrorism in Italy: A sociological analysis Donatella della Porta 6. Leaving terrorism behind in Northern Ireland and the Basque Country: reassessing anti terrorist policies and the "peace processes" Rogelio Alonso 7. The renunciation of violence by Egyptian jihadi organisations Diaa Rashwan Part 2: Programmes 8. Exit from right-wing extremist groups: Lessons from disengagement programmes in Norway, Sweden and Germany Tore Bjorgo, Sara Grunenberg and Jaap van Donselaar 9. Disengagement and Beyond: A case study of demobilization in Colombia Marcella Ribetti 10. De-radicalisation and rehabilitation programmes targeting militant jihadists: An overview Richard Barrett and Laila Bokhari 11. Opening up the Jihadi debate: Yemen's Committee for Dialogue Christopher Boucek, Shazadi Beg, and John Horgan 12. The rehabilitation of Jemaah Islamiyah detainees in Southeast Asia: A preliminary assessment Zachary Abuza 13. Extremist reeducation and rehabilitation in Saudi Arabia Christopher Boucek 14. Pakistan: In search of a disengagement strategy Shazadi Beg and Laila Bokhari Part 3: Conclusions 15. Conclusions Tore Bjorgo and John Horgan