ATLANTA— For the children who faced years of jihadist captivity, recovery is slow.
Dr. Mia Bloom is a Professor and Author and part of the university’s Transcultural Conflict and Violent Extremism initiative (TCV). She recently shared her expertise with an international publication based in Paris about the impacts on the… more »
ATLANTA—New research finds ISIS is changing how it connects with its followers after suffering losses on the battlefield. A new study out of Georgia State University analyzed ISIS messaging, and how the group’s information is received.
ATLANTA— A new book published by Georgia State University professor and terrorism expert Dr. Mia Bloom examines the practice of using children to support terrorist organizations in carrying out deadly attacks.
“Small Arms: Children and Terrorism” gives readers an unflinching look at the radicalization of youth… more »
ATLANTA—Radical right extremist groups are using social media to bond, share information and increase their reach. In a new collaborative study, researchers analyzed one group’s online activity to learn about how members interact with their counterparts overseas.
Using Social Network Analysis, the authors looked at one recently-formed anti-migrant vigilante group known as… more »
ATLANTA – A Senior Researcher with the Transcultural Conflict and Violent Extremism initiative at Georgia State University will be speaking at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Dr. Yannick Veilleux-Lepage will highlight his research featured in the new book Media and Mass Atrocity: The Rwanda Genocide and Beyond, edited by Allan… more »