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De-radicalization in the Mediterranean : comparing challenges and approaches

Author: Lorenzo Vidino; Istituto per gli studi di politica internazionale (Milan, Italy),
Publisher: Milano : ISPI, 2018. ©2018
Edition/Format:   eBook : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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In the past few years jihadist terrorism and radicalization have become some of the most critical threats to the Mediterranean region. Countering violent extremism (CVE) has thus become a crucial priority in the area. While the responses of local governments have been varied, with a greater focus on the use of hard-power, repressive measures, the need to add alternative actions of prevention and rehabilitation to  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Lorenzo Vidino; Istituto per gli studi di politica internazionale (Milan, Italy),
ISBN: 9788867058181 8867058185 9788867058174 8867058177 9788867058198 8867058193
OCLC Number: 1050872426
Notes: "First edition July 2018."
Description: 1 online resource (156 pages)
Contents: Introduction, Paolo Magri. --
1. Italy's lack of CVE strategy and initiatives, Lorenzo Vidino. --
2. Fighting the "threat from within"; France and its counter-radicalization strategy, Anina Schwarzenbach. --
3. Spain's shifting approach to Jihadism post-3/11, Fernando Reinares, Carola García-Calvo. --
4. Countering radicalization efforts in the Middle East and North Africa, Jenna Consigli. --
5. Insights into Morocco's approach to countering and preventing violent extremism, El Mostafa Rezrazi. --
6. Radicalization in Tunisia: in search of a civilian approach, Emna Ben Mustapha Ben Arab. --
7. Egypt between terrorism and radicalization: the state-society nexus, Ziad A. Akl. --
Jordan: emerging threats to the Kingdom's national security, Musa Shteiwi, Mohammad Abu Rumman, Jesse Marks. --
Saudi efforts in countering violent extremism, Abdullah Khaled Al-Saud, Yousuf Zarea. --
The authors.
Responsibility: edited by Lorenzo Vidino.

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In the past few years jihadist terrorism and radicalization have become some of the most critical threats to the Mediterranean region. Countering violent extremism (CVE) has thus become a crucial priority in the area. While the responses of local governments have been varied, with a greater focus on the use of hard-power, repressive measures, the need to add alternative actions of prevention and rehabilitation to the already existing repressive policies has been highlighted by authorities throughout the region. To emphasize this aspect of the fight against extremism, this ISPI report seeks to provide an analysis of the policies and measures adopted to counter violent extremism in different Mediterranean countries. In particular, it sheds light on the practices of the North African and Middle Eastern countries that have been affected the most by this phenomenon and have been at the forefront of the fight on terror, acquiring valuable experience throughout the years. For this purpose, the experts brought together in this volume illustrate the policies of contrast, prevention and de-radicalization that have been adopted by countries in the MENA region, revealing emerging trends, lessons learned and overviews of the security status of the countries in the area. Their findings demonstrate a diverse approach to CVE that attempts to match and counter the unique local conditions which drive radicalization in each state, while also seeking to provide insight and policy recommendations for CVE measures.

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