Publications

Journal Article (11)

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Journal Article
Liebert, Saltanat, Mona H. Siddiqui, and Carolin Görzig. 2020. Integration of Muslim immigrants in Europe and North America: a transatlantic comparison. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs.
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Journal Article
Fürstenberg, Michael and Carolin Görzig. 2020. Learning in a double loop: the strategic transformation of Al-Qaeda. Perspectives on Terrorism 14(1): 26–38.
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Journal Article
Görzig, Carolin. 2019. Deradicalization through double-loop learning? How the Egyptian Gamaa Islamiya renounced violence. Studies in Conflict and Terrorism: 1–23.
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Journal Article
Fürstenberg, Michael and Carolin Görzig. 2019. Im Schatten der Zukunft. Internationale Politik 74(4): 104–109.
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Journal Article
Görzig, Carolin. 2019. Terrorist learning in context: the case of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb. Critical Studies on Terrorism 12(4): 629–648.
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Hofmann, Claudia and Carolin Görzig. 2016. Influencing negotiation willingness in the Middle East: the potential contributions of private actors. Negotiation Journal 32(2): 151–163.
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Journal Article
Görzig, Carolin. 2010. The boomerang effect of the war on terror. Historia Actual Online 22: 163–171.
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Görzig, Carolin and Khaled Al-Hashimi. 2010. Der Wandel dschihadistischer Gruppen in Ägypten. Friedensgutachten 24: 158–168.
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Journal Article
Görzig, Carolin. 2009. Predicting terrorism. Négociations 1(11): 105–120.
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Görzig, Carolin and Katrin Planta. 2009. Das kolumbianische „Ley de Justicia y Paz“ Wendepunkt oder Fallstrick? Journal of International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict 22(2): 94–99.
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Journal Article
Görzig, Carolin. 2005. Preventing the new wars: a proactive approach to the privatization and commercialization of violence. Brussels Journal of International Studies 2: 130–150.

Book Chapter (7)

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Book Chapter
Görzig, Carolin and Claudia Hofmann. 2015. The dark side of recognition: mutual exclusiveness of active and passive recognition in the Middle East. In: Christopher Daase and Anna Geis (eds.). Recognition in international relations: rethinking a political concept in a global context. Palgrave Studies in International Relations Series. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 237–247.
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Book Chapter
Görzig, Carolin and Katrin Planta. 2012. Undermining reconciliation: Colombian peace spoilers in- and outside the negotiation process. In: Judith Renner and Alexander Spencer (eds.). Reconciliation after terrorism: strategy, possibility or absurdity? Routledge Studies in Peace and Conflict Resolution. London; New York: Routledge, pp. 151–166.
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Book Chapter
Görzig, Carolin. 2011. Egypt's Gama'a Islamiya: change through debate? In: William Zartman and Guy Olivier Faure (eds.). Engaging extremists: trade-offs, timing, and diplomacy. Washington: United States Institute of Peace Press (USIP), pp. 203–220.
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Book Chapter
Görzig, Carolin. 2011. Engagement or moderation first? In: Timo Behr (ed.). Hard choices: the EU's options in a changing Middle East. FIIA Report 28. Helsinki: Finnish Institute of International Affairs, pp. 61–66.
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Book Chapter
Görzig, Carolin and Khaled Al-Hashimi. 2011. Baseless Jihad. In: Heinz-Gerhardt Haupt, Wilhelm Heitmeyer, Andrea Kirschner, and Stefan Malthaner (eds.). Control of violence: historical and international perspectives on violence in modern societies. New York: Springer, pp. 467–484.
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Book Chapter
Görzig, Carolin. 2010. Risking war to take a chance on peace?: the risk paradox of self-perpetual violence. In: Jana Hertwig, Sylvia Maus, Matthias Schuler, and Almut Meyer zu Schwabedissen (eds.). Global risks: constructing world order through law, politics and economics. Dresdner Schriften zu Recht und Politik der Vereinten Nationen 14. Frankfurt/Main: Peter Lang, pp. 221–240.
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Book Chapter
Khaled, Al-Hashimi and Carolin Görzig. 2007. Football: game rules of a conflict. In: Marlies Glasius, Mary Kaldor, and Helmut Anheier (eds.). Global Civil Society 2006/7. London: SAGE, pp. 168–169.

Working Paper (6)

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Working Paper
Görzig, Carolin and Claudia Hofmann. 2016. The hurting way out: group cohesion and the mitigating potential of private actors in conflict negotiation. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 177. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.
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Working Paper
Balogh, István, Andreas Auer, S. Gülden Ayman, Gawdat Bahgat, Carolin Görzig, Nursin Atesoglu Güney, Bernd W. Kubbig, Judith Palmer Harik, Erzsébet N. Rózsa, and Omar Shaban. 2011. Building on experiences of mediation in the Arab world: assessing positive conditions for the Middle East Conference. Policy Brief for the Middle East Conference on a WMD/DVs Free Zone(4). Frankfurt/Main: Academic Peace Orchestra Middle East.
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Working Paper
Görzig, Carolin. 2010. Transforming the Quartet principles: Hamas and the peace process. Occasional Papers 85. Paris: European Union Institute for Security Studies.
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Working Paper
Görzig, Carolin. 2010. Engaging Hamas: rethinking the Quartet principles. Opinion. Paris: European Union Institute for Security Studies.
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Working Paper
Görzig, Carolin. 2010. Mediating identity conflicts: potential and challenges of engaging with Hamas. Berghof Occasional Paper 30. Berlin: Berghof Conflict Research.
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Working Paper
Görzig, Carolin and Esra Bulut. 2010. The EU and the Gaza blockade. Analysis. Paris: European Union Institute for Security Studies.

Other (5)

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Other
Görzig, Carolin. 2018. Wege aus dem Terrorismus. Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Jahrbuch 2018. https://www.mpg.de/12584651/eth_jb_2018?c=12090594. Accessed 2018.
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Other
Görzig, Carolin. 2017. From learning to unlearning. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Max Planck Research Group 'How 'Terrorists' Learn' 2014/2016. http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0000-FFAF-D. Accessed 2017.
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Other
Görzig, Carolin. 2017. A challenging field. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Max Planck Research Group 'How 'Terrorists' Learn' 2014/2016. http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0000-FFA9-3. Accessed 2017.
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Other
Görzig, Carolin. 2017. A future beyond disciplinary boundaries. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Max Planck Research Group 'How 'Terrorists' Learn' 2014/2016. http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0000-FFA2-A. Accessed 2017.
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Other
Görzig, Carolin and Michael Fürstenberg. 2017. First insights. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Max Planck Research Group 'How 'Terrorists' Learn' 2014/2016. http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0000-FFAB-1. Accessed 2017.

Newspaper Article (1)

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Newspaper Article
Görzig, Carolin. 2020. Die Generation Z und die fünfte Welle des Terrorismus. Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, July 27, 2020: 6.

Collected Edition (1)

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Collected Edition
Goerzig, Carolin (ed.). 2017. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report: Max Planck Research Group 'How 'Terrorists' Learn; Re-considering the tactical and strategic transformation of violent movements and organisations'. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Report 2014/2016. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.

Monograph (2)

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Monograph
Görzig, Carolin and Khaled Al-Hashimi. 2015. Radicalization in Western Europe: integration and loss of identity among Muslim communities. Contemporary Terrorism Studies. London; New York: Routledge.
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Monograph
Görzig, Carolin. 2012. Talking to terrorists: concessions and the renunciation of violence. Contemporary Terrorism Studies. London; New York: Routledge.

Film (1)

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Film
Görzig, Carolin. 2018. How do terrorist groups learn and unlearn violence? 12:08 min.
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