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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, April 05, 2021.
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.
Vienna: European Institute for Counter Terrorism and Conflict Prevention.
4.
Orozobekova, Almakan. 2021.
Women joining violent Islamist non-state actors in Syria and Iraq: the case of Central Asia.
In: Goldstone, J. A., Alimi, E. Y., Ozeren, S., Cubukcu, S. (eds.). From territorial defeat to global ISIS: lessons learned. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series 151.
Amsterdam; Berlin; Washington: IOS Press, pp. 41-58.
5.
Görzig, Carolin. 2020.
Die Generation Z und die fünfte Welle des Terrorismus.
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, September 07, 2020.
6.
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 40(2): 196-216.
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 and Carolin Görzig. 2020.
Learning in a double loop: the strategic transformation of Al-Qaeda.
Perspectives on Terrorism 14(1): 26-38.
9.
Görzig, Carolin. 2019.
De-Radicalization through Double-Loop Learning? How the Egyptian Gamaa Islamija renounced violence.
Studies in Conflict and Terrorism: 1-23.
10.
Fürstenberg, Michael and Carolin Görzig. 2019.
Im Schatten der Zukunft.
Internationale Politik 74(4): 104-109.
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.
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.
16.
Orozobekova, Almakan. 2016.
The mobilization and recruitment of foreign fighters: the case of Islamic State, 2012-2014.
Connections 15(3): 83-100.
17.
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.
18.
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.
19.
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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