My GTReC colleague Shandon has published some excellent pieces on terrorism in Australia. I’ve compiled a list of them here.
“The Unseen Terrorist Connection: Exploring Jihadist Links between Lebanon and Australia“, Terrorism and Political Violence, 2014. (co-authored with Andrew Zammit)
“Mohamed Merah: From Petty Criminal to Neojihadist“, Politics, Religion and Ideology, (vol. 14, iss. 2) 21 June 2013. (co-authored with Virginie Andre)
“Anatomy of a Terrorist cell: a Study of the Network Uncovered in Sydney in 2005”, Behavioural Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, 21 September 2102.
“The Australian Neojihadist Network: Origins, Evolution and Structure”, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict, (vol. 5, iss. 1) 13 July 2012.
“Australian Neo-Jihadist Terrorism: Mapping the Network and Cell Analysis Using Wiretap Evidence”, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, (vol.35, iss. 4) 19 March 2012.
The Australian link to Hezbollah and the Bulgaria bus bombing, The Conversation, 12 February 2013.
Gun control could help the fight against homegrown terrorism, The Conversation, 16 January 2013.
Inspire magazine: inciting terrorism in Australia? The Conversation, 10 December 2012.
The conflict at home and abroad: Australian involvement in Syria, The Conversation, 9 November 2012.
Remembering the Bali bombings ten years on, The Conversation, 12 October 2012.
Domestic terror raids: a timely reminder of a persistent threat, The Conversation, 14 September 2012.