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International case studies of terrorist rehabilitation

Series: Routledge studies in the politics of disorder and instability Publicado por : Routledge (London | New York) Detalles físicos: xvi, 218 páginas ISBN:9780429468445; 9781138604520. Año : 2018 Lista(s) en las que aparece este ítem: Facultad de Ciencia Política, Gobierno y Relaciones Internacionales
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Cover; Half Title; Book Title; Copyright; Contents; Notes on Contributors; Foreword; Notes; Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction; Background; Framework of the paired books; About this book; Notes; Bibliography; 2 Countering violent extremism: what can Pakistan learn from Singapore's experience?; Introduction; Framing of the issue of radicalisation in Pakistan in the historical context; Roots of radicalisation in Pakistan; Context; Pakistan's counter-radicalisation programme; Counter-radicalisation initiatives; Singapore's counter-radicalisation programme; Militant rehabilitation

Community engagementGovernment legislation; Academic endeavours; Critical assessment; Conclusion; Notes; References; 3 Denmark's deradicalisation programme; Introduction; Radicalisation and terrorism in Denmark; Deradicalisation strategy; Info House -- centre of excellence concerning extremism and radicalisation; 'Deradicalisation -- Targeted Intervention' project; Deradicalisation -- 'Back on Track' project; Guiding principles; Conclusion; References; 4 Deradicalisation initiatives in Saudi Arabia; Introduction; Establishment of rehabilitation centres

The theological debate in rehabilitation centresSaudi initiatives against jihadist propaganda; Conclusion; References; 5 Militant revisionism in Egypt: The case of Al-Gamaa Al-Islamiyya and Al-Jihad Al-Islami; Introduction; Islamic militant groups in Egypt; Egypt's efforts in deradicalisation programme; Al-Gamaa Al-Islamiyya; Al-Jihad Al-Islami; Major changes in Al-Gamaa Al-Islamiyya's ideology; Comments and observations; Conclusion; Notes; References; 6 Iraq: A challenging terrorist rehabilitation experience; The background; Iraq rehabilitation programme; Success of the rehabilitation

Engagement processResults; Failures of the rehabilitation programme; Looking to the future; Conclusion; Appendix; Note; References; 7 Managing recidivism: A vision for terrorist rehabilitation in Bangladesh; The threat of terrorism in Bangladesh; Recidivism in Bangladesh: causes and security implications; Bangladesh's existing disengagement programme; Why does Bangladesh not have a rehabilitation programme?; Policy recommendations for preventing recidivism; Conclusion; Notes; References; 8 A model of deradicalisation in Malaysia; Introduction; Definition of radicalisation

Process of radicalisationDefinition of deradicalisation; Deradicalisation in Malaysia; Module of deradicalisation; Conclusion; References; 9 Nigeria's past and present efforts at rehabilitation and reintegration; Civil war era; Amnesty for the Niger Delta militants; Operation Safe Corridor; The way forward; Conclusion; References; 10 Rehabilitation of terrorists and extremists: An overview of Uzbekistan's experience; Introduction; The emergence of terrorism and extremism; Counterterrorism in Uzbekistan; Rehabilitation and reintegration in Uzbekistan; Supervised reintegration programme

"The post 9/11 era has produced structured rehabilitation programs in a wide range of countries including Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Pakistan, Malaysia, Egypt, Iraq, and Uzbekistan. There are also ad hoc and emerging programs in Nigeria, China, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Denmark, Germany, United Kingdom and Nepal. Due to the threat from global Islamist terrorist groups, including Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State (IS), the focus has tended to be on Islamist groups. However, Sri Lanka also has a multi-faceted rehabilitation program that was created after the ethno-nationalist Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) group was defeated in 2009, which can teach us some valuable lessons. This book consists of a series of case studies of different terrorist rehabilitation initiatives that have been attempted around the world. Each initiative is critically analysed to develop a sound understanding of the significance of different approaches and strategies of terrorist rehabilitation in helping potential terrorists integrate back into society. Sharing and examining case studies, both by practitioners and scholars, this book provides vital tools to address the challenges faced by practitioners of terrorist rehabilitation programs"--

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