EICTP VIENNA RESEARCH PAPERS ON TRANSNATIONAL TERRORISM AND COUNTER-TERRORISM: KEY DETERMINANTS OF TRANSNATIONAL TERRORISM IN THE ERA OF COVID-19 AND BEYOND.
This volume of collected analyses by some of the leading international experts in the field is dedicated to an examination and explorative in-depth assessment of the key-determinants of transnational terrorism in and beyond the era of the COVID-19 pandemic. Not only it focusses on the disruptive impact the global health crisis has on the phenomenon of Salafi-jihadist terrorism in particular, and on politically motivated violence in general. Also it offers a reflection on possible root causes and future trends / developments of terrorism in its multiple phenomenology.
Nicolas Stockhammer is a political scientist with focus on security policy and terrorism research. From 2004 to 2006 he was research fellow and university lecturer at the chair for Political Theory (Prof. Dr. Herfried Münkler) at Humboldt-University Berlin, Germany. Since 2014, Dr. Stockhammer has been working as senior post-doc researcher of the research group Polemology and Legal Ethics at the Institute for Legal Philosophy of the University of Vienna. With numerous publications in academic journals, articles published in print media as well as many media appearances as an expert for terrorism and terrorist developments, Stockhammer’s expertise on security policy-related issues continues to meet great interest in Austria and abroad. Currently Nicolas Stockhammer is in charge of the Scientific leadership and coordination of the Research Cluster “Counter-Terrorism, CVE (Countering Violent Extremism) and Intelligence” in the Department of Law and International Relations.
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