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1.
Görzig, Carolin and Fürstenberg, Michael. Forthcoming 2019.
Im Schatten der Zukunft: eine fünfte Welle des Terrorismus?
Zeitschrift Internationale Politik.
2.
Görzig, Carolin. Forthcoming 2019.
Die (De-)Radikalisierungslogik: Lernprozesse von Terrorgruppen und die Zukunft des Terrorismus.
Max Planck Jahrbuch 2019.
3.
Görzig, Carolin. 2019.
Terrorist learning in context − the case of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.
Critical Terrorism Studies.
4.
Schwab, Regine. 2018.
Insurgent courts in civil wars: the three pathways of (trans)formation in today's Syria (2012-2017).
Small Wars & Insurgencies, 29(4), 801-826.
5.
Alsoos, Imad. 2018.
Why Hamas is protesting in Gaza - and why it will continue.
The Washington Post, April 8, 2018.
6.
Orozobekova, Almakan. 2017.
Recruitment of foreign fighters to violent islamist groups: the cases of the Kyrgyz Republic and the United Kingdom.
Zentralasien-Seminar, Institut für Asien- und Afrikawissenschaften, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin.
7.
Görzig, Carolin and Hofmann, Claudia. 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.
8.
Orozobekova, Almakan. 2016.
The mobilization and recruitment of foreign fighters: the case of Islamic State, 2012-2014.
Connections, 15(3), 83-100.
9.
Hofmann, Claudia and Görzig, Carolin. 2016.
Influencing negotiation willingness in the Middle East: the potential contributions of private actors.
Negotiation Journal, 32(2), 151-163.
10.
Görzig, Carolin and Al-Hashimi, Khaled. 2015.
Radicalization in Western Europe: integration and loss of identity among Muslim communities.
Contemporary Terrorism Studies. London; New York: Routledge.
11.
Görzig, Carolin and Hofmann, Claudia. 2015.
The dark side of recognition: mutual exclusiveness of active and passive recognition in the Middle East.
In C. Daase, & A. Geis (Hrsg.), Recognition in international relations: rethinking a political concept in a global context (pp. 237-247). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
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