International Research Centres
- Combating Terrorism Centre, West Point, New York, United States of America
- International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St. Andrews, Scotland
- International Institute for Counter-Terrorism – Interdisciplinary Center – Herzliya – Israel
- RAND Corporation – Santa Monica – United States of America
- Centre for Social Cohesion – London – United Kingdom
- European Muslim Research Centre – University of Exeter – United Kingdom
- International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation – partnership of five academic institutions: King’s College London, the University of Pennsylvania, the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya, the Jordan Institute of Diplomacy and Georgetown University
Australian Research Centres
- Australian Strategic Policy Institute – Canberra
- Lowy Institute for International Policy – Sydney
- Kokoda Foundation – Canberra
- United States Studies Centre – University of Sydney
- Centre for Transnational Crime Prevention – University of Wollongong
- Strategic and Defence Studies Centre – Australian National University – Canberra
- Centre for Policing, Intelligence and Counter Terrorism – Macquarie University – Sydney
- Gilbert + Tobin Centre of Public Law – University of New South Wales – Sydney
- Centre of Excellence in Policing and Security – Griffith University and collaborating partners – Brisbane
Australian Government Websites
- Australian Federal Police
- Australian Security Intelligence Organisation
- Inspector-General of Intelligence and Security
- Australian National Security – hosted by Attorney General’s Department
- Resilient Communities – hosted by Attorney General’s Department
- Internet Resource Guide on Australia Terrorism Law – hosted by Australian Parliamentary Library
Australian Government Reports
- Transnational Terrorism: The Threat to Australia – Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade – 2004
- National Counter-Terrorism Plan - Attorney General’s Department – 2005
- National Guidelines for the Protection of Places of Mass Gathering from Terrorism – Attorney General’s Department – 2006
- Protecting Australia Against Terrorism – Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet – 2006
- Defending Australia in the Asia Pacific Century: Force 2030 – Defence White Paper – Department of Defence – 2009
- Securing Australia: Protecting our Community (Counter-Terrorism White Paper) – Department of Prime Minister & Cabinet – 2010
International Government Reports
- NCTC 2010 Report on Terrorism – National Counterterrorism Center – United States of America – 2011
- The 9/11 Commission Report – National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States – United States of America – 2004
- Who Becomes a Terrorist and Why? – Federal Research Division, Library of Congress – United States of America – 1999
- Empowering Local Partners to Prevent Violent Extremism in the United States – White House – United States of America – 2011
- Country Reports on Terrorism – Department of State – United States of America – 2004 to 2010
- CONTEST: The United Kingdom’s Strategy for Countering Terrorism – Home Office – United Kingdom – 2011
Open Access Periodicals
Subscription Only Periodicals
- Studies in Conflict & Terrorism
- Terrorism & Political Violence
- Critical Studies on Terrorism
- Islam & Muslim-Christian Relations
Blogs and private websites
- All Things Counter-Terrorism – ‘a blog focussing on all things terrorism and counter terrorism with an occasional foray into the world of insurgency’
- Jihadology – ‘a clearing house for jihadi primary source material’
- Jihadica – ‘documenting the global jihad’
- Jihadism Studies – private website run by Brynjar Lia, dedicated to present past and ongoing research by Lia and his colleagues at the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment’s terrorism
Datasets on terrorism
- Suicide Attack Database - Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism
- Global Terrorism Database – National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Reponses to Terrorism
- EU Terrorism Situation and Trend Reports – available at Europol Annual Publications
- To be added: http://www.lawandsecurity.org/Publications/Terrorism-Trial-Report-Card
International Open Access Datasets on jihadists
- Bakker, Edwin (2006) Jihadi Terrorists in Europe Clingendael: Netherlends Institute of International Relations.
- Gambetta, Diego and Hertog, Stephen (2007) Engineers of Jihad London: University of Oxford.
- Felter, Joseph and Fishman , Brian (2007) Al Qa’ida’s Foreign Fighters in Iraq: A First Look at the Sinjar RecordsNew York: Combating Terrorism Centre at West Point.
- Fishman , Brian, ed. (2008) Bombers, Bank Accounts, and Bleedout: al-Qa`ida’s Road in and Out of Iraq New York: Combating Terrorism Centre at West Point.
- Nesser, Petter (2008) “Chronology of Jihadism in Western Europe 1994–2007: Planned, Prepared, and Executed Terrorist Attacks“, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism.
- Gartenstein-Ross, Daveed & Grossman, Laura (2009) Homegrown Terrorists in the U.S. and U.K.: An Empirical Examination of the Radicalization Process Washington DC: Federation for Defense of Democracies.
- Altunbas, Yener and Thornton, John (2009) Human Capital and the Supply of Homegrown Islamic Terrorists in the UK Social Science Research Network.
- Sageman, Marc (2009) “Confronting al-Qaeda: Understanding the Threat in Afghanistan“, Perspectives on Terrorism vol. 3, no. 4.
- Jenkins, Brian (2010) Would be Warriors: Instances of Jihadist Radicalisation in the United States Since September 11, 2001 Santa Monica, CA: Rand Corporation.
- MPA Workshop (2010) Jihadi Terrorist Prosecutions Since 9/11 Database New America Foundation. A more recently updated and accessible version of the data is available here
- John Jay & Artis Transnational Terrorism Database – Website developed by Scott Atran and sponsored by the Air Force Office of Scientific Research.
- To be added: http://www.sanford.duke.edu/news/Schanzer_Kurzman_Moosa_Anti-Terror_Lessons.pdf
International Subscription Only Datasets on jihadists
- Stenersen, Anne “Al Qaeda’s Foot Soldiers: A Study of the Biographies of Foreign Fighters Killed in Afghanistan and Pakistan Between 2002 and 2006“, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, 34 (3) (March 2011), pp. 171 – 198.
- Haddad, Simon (2010) “Fatah al-Islam: Anatomy of a Terrorist Organisation” in Studies in Conflict and Terrorism vol. 33, iss. 6, pp. 548-569.
- Leikin, Robert (2006) “The Quantitative Analysis of Terrorism and Immigration: An Initial Exploration“, Terrorism and Political Violence iss. 18, pp. 503-521.
- Simcox, Robin, Stuart, Hannah and Ahmed, Houriya (2010) Islamist Terrorism: the British Connections London: The Centre for Social Cohesion.
Australian Subscription Only Datasets on jihadists
- Porter, Louise and Kebbell, Mark (2010) “Radicalisation in Australia: Examining Australia’s Convicted Terrorists” in Psychiatry, Psychology and Law June.
- Mullins, Sam (2011) “Islamist Terrorism and Australia: An Empirical Examination of the ‘Home-Grown’ Threat” in Terrorism and Political Violence vol.23, iss. 2, pp. 254-285.
- Also see GTReC Publications
- Hamm, Mark (2007) Terrorist Recruitment in American Correctional Institutions: An Exploratory Study of Non-Traditional Faith Groups Final Report Washington: National Institute of Justice.
- Neumann, Peter (2010) Prisons and Terrorism: Radicalisation and De-radicalisation in 15 Countries London: International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence.
Disengagement and De-radicalisation
- P4Peace web portal - International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research – Singapore
Research on terrorism and political violence in Australia
- Bergin, Anthony (2009) Contest Two and counter extremism: Lessons for Australia Canberra: Australian Strategic Policy Institute, June.
- Bergin, Anthony and Ungerer, Carl (2010) Homeward bound: Australia’s new Counter-Terrorism White PaperCanberra: Australian Strategic Policy Institute, February.
- Bergin, Anthony et al (2007) Beyond belief: Islamism, radicalisation and the counter-terrorism responseCanberra: Australian Strategic Policy Institute, September.
- Koschade, Stuart (2006) “An Assessment of Terrorism Studies in Australia: Recommendations and Future Directions” Proceedings Research Network for a Secure Australia- Closed Counter-terrorism Workshop University of Melbourne.
- Koschade, Stuart (2007) The internal dynamics of terrorist cells: a social network analysis of terrorist cells in an Australian context PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
- McAllister, Ian et al (2008) Public opinion in Australia towards defence, security and terrorism Canberra: Australian Strategic Policy Institute, August.
- Michaelsen, Chris (2010) “Terrorism in Australia: An Inflated Threat” in Security Challenges Vol. 6, Iss. 2, Winter.
- Rees, David (2010) Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Risks Posed by Alternative Remittance in Australia Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology, April.
- Smith, Russell et al (2010) Financing of Terrorism: Risks for Australia Canberra: Australian Institute of Criminology, May.
- Also see GTReC Publications