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Sub-Saharan Africa

Sub-Saharan Africa

Project Title Publication Date START Authors Publication Type
A Study of Selected Ethnic Affiliations in the Development of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder and Other Psychopathology After a Terrorist Bombing in Nairobi, Kenya September 2017 Pfefferbaum, Betty Journal Article
Boko Haram Recent Attacks May 2014 Pate, Amy; Miller, Erin; Jensen, Michael Background Report
Boko Haram: An Assessment of Strengths, Vulnerabilities, and Policy Options January 2015 Pate, Amy START Reports
Causes and Consequences of Terrorism in Africa November 2014 Journal Article
Crisis managers but not conflict resolvers: Mediating ethnic intrastate conflict in Africa July 2013 Wilkenfeld, Jonathan; Asal, Victor Journal Article
Introducing the Nonviolent Action in Violent Contexts (NVAVC) dataset January 2019 Chenoweth, Erica Journal Article
Networks as strategic repertoires: Functional differentiation among Al-Shabaab terror cells May 2013 Leuprecht, Christian Journal Article
Political Demography of Conflict in Mali June 2018 Leuprecht, Christian Report
Rethinking Transnational Terrorism: An Integrated Approach February 2020 Crenshaw, Martha Report
South Africa's Project Coast: "Death Squads," Covert State-Sponsored Poisonings, and the Dangers of CBW Proliferation January 2006 Bale, Jeffrey Journal Article
Statistical Analysis of Event Data Concerning Boko Haram in Nigeria (2009-2013) January 2015 Stevenson, John START Reports
Street-level Repression: Protest, Policing, and Dissent in Uganda July 2020 Behlendorf, Brandon Journal Article
Surveying the Literature on Counter-Terrorism, Counter-Insurgency, and Countering Violent Extremism: A Summary Report with a Focus on Africa January 2015 Pate, Amy START Reports
Terrorism in Mali November 2015 Miller, Erin Fact Sheet
The Audacity of Hype: Why International Cooperation will Easily Defeat Piracy in Southeast Asia July 2015 Tippin, Garett; Stevenson, John Discussion Point
The Relationship between Maternal Psychopathology and Parental Perceptions of Their Children’s Reactions in Survivors of the 1998 US Embassy Bombing in Nairobi, Kenya November 2019 Pfefferbaum, Betty Journal Article
The Transnational Security Threat from D-Company January 2015 Joshi, Sharad Book Chapter
Trauma, grief, and depression in Nairobi children after the 1998 bombing of the American Embassy January 2006 Pfefferbaum, Betty Journal Article
Using Google and Twitter to Measure, Validate and Understand Views about Religion across Africa June 2019 Adamczyk, Amy; LaFree, Gary Journal Article
Image Title Job Title Institution
Amy Pate Amy Pate

Executive Director & Research Director, START

University of Maryland
David E. Cunningham

Associate Professor/Senior Researcher - Peace Research Institute Oslo

University of Maryland
Jeremy Backstrom

Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science and International Relations

Widener University
Dr. John Stevenson, START John Stevenson

Principal Research Scientist, NSI, Inc.

Lyubov Mincheva

Executive Director, Graduate Program in International Relations and Security Studies

University of Sofia, Bulgaria
Martha Crenshaw Martha Crenshaw

Researcher, Political Science/International Relations

Stanford University
Mary Michael

Faculty Research Assistant, START

University of Maryland
Nil Satana

Visiting Associate Professor

University of Maryland
Roberta Belli

Security Information Analyst, United Nations Department of Safety and Security

United Nations Department of Safety and Security (UNDSS)
Salma Bouziani

Project Manager/Researcher, START

University of Maryland
Sarah Spalding Sarah Spalding

Research Associate

Stevan Weine Stevan Weine

Professor of Psychiatry

University of Illinois at Chicago
Tricia Bacon

Assistant Professor, American University

Non-Resident Fellow, Program on Extremism, George Washington University

American University

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