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1.
Köhler, Florian. 2021.
Pastoralists and the state ... and 'Islamic State' on Eastern Niger's frontier: between evasion and engagement.
Nomadic Peoples 25(1): 59-79.
2.
Alsoos, Imad. 2021.
What explains the resilience of Muslim Brotherhood movements? An analysis of Hamas’ organizing strategies.
Mediterranean Politics.
3.
Görzig, Carolin. 2021.
Generation Z and terrorism.
EICTP Research Study: Key determinants in the era of COVID-19 and beyond: trajectory, disruption and the way forward. Volume II.
4.
Orozobekova, Almakan. 2021.
Women joining violent Islamist non-state actors in Syria and Iraq: the case of Central Asia (pp. 41-58).
In: Goldstone, J. A., Alimi, E. Y., Ozeren, S., Cubukcu, S. (Hrsg.): From Territorial Defeat to Global ISIS: Lessons Learned. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series, 151. IOS Press.
5.
Görzig, Carolin. 2020.
Die Generation Z und die fünfte Welle des Terrorismus.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.
6.
Liebert, Saltanat, Mona H. Siddiqui und Carolin Görzig. 2020.
Integration of Muslim immigrants in Europe and North America: a transatlantic comparison.
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs.
7.
Köhler, Florian. 2020.
Space, place and identity: Wodaabe of Niger in the 21st century.
Integration and Conflict Studies 21. New York; Oxford: Berghahn.
8.
Fürstenberg, Michael und Carolin Görzig. 2020.
Learning in a Double Loop: The Strategic Transformation of Al-Qaeda.
Perspectives on Terrorism.
9.
Görzig, Carolin. 2019.
De-Radicalization through Double-Loop Learning? How the Egyptian Gamaa Islamija renounced violence.
Studies in Conflict and Terrorism.
10.
Görzig, Carolin and Fürstenberg, Michael. 2019.
Im Schatten der Zukunft: eine fünfte Welle des Terrorismus?
Zeitschrift Internationale Politik.
11.
Görzig, Carolin. 2019.
Terrorist learning in context: the case of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.
Critical Studies on Terrorism 12(4): 629-648.
12.
Görzig, Carolin. 2018.
Wege aus dem Terrorismus.
Max-Planck-Gesellschaft Jahrbuch 2018.
13.
Schwab, Regine. 2018.
Insurgent courts in civil wars: the three pathways of (trans)formation in today's Syria (2012-2017).
Small Wars and Insurgencies 29(4): 801-826.
14.
Alsoos, Imad. 2018.
Why Hamas is protesting in Gaza - and why it will continue.
The Washington Post, April 08, 2018.
15.
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.
16.
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.
Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.
17.
Orozobekova, Almakan. 2016.
The mobilization and recruitment of foreign fighters: the case of Islamic State, 2012-2014.
Connections 15(3): 83-100.
18.
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.
19.
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.
20.
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 and A. 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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