ICVE Symposium – P/CVE between Security and Resilience: Narratives, Social Media and Politics (2)

Video Synopsis

In this video, presenters Hafiza Nur Adeen, Avdi Smajljaj, Yuliyanto Yuliyanto and Donny Michael speak on a panel moderated by Amy Pate about the second session of “P/CVE between Security and Resilience: Narratives, Social Media and Politics.” This is the fifth event for the International Symposium on Preventing/Countering Violent Extremism (ICVE) in Malaysia and Southeast Asia, a multi-disciplinary symposium that aims to bring together scholars, researchers, and practitioners from the region and around the world to promote collaboration, present research findings, and discuss policy implication on preventing/countering violent extremism. Disclaimer: The views expressed in this video are the speaker’s own and do not necessarily reflect the views of START, the University of Maryland or the United States government.

Presentations include:

  • Hafiza Nur Adeen (Student Scholar Presenter), Mapping Small and Fuzzy Networks of Malaysian Islamist Radical Militancy Through Social Network Analysis and Geo-Spatial: An Investigation of Domestic and Foreign Connections from 2012 to 2020
  • Avdi Smajljaj, Machiavelising The Transcendental: Employing The Transcendental Into Pursuing Of Political Objectives Based On Principles Of Realism, As Ideological Drivers Of Current Violent Extremism And Terrorism Having Reference To Religion
  • Donny Michael and Yuliyanto Yuliyanto, Deradicalization of Terrorist Prisoners through Individual Treatment