Washington Post: How to make sense of our collapsing global order
START researcher Erica Chenoweth is mentioned in this Washington Post analysis
of the structure of global order.
Psychology Today: The Cycle of Violence
Data from START's 2014 Annex of Statistical Information is used in this Psychology Today
article about the cycle and patterns of violence seen around the world.
Der Tagesspiegel: Held über Nacht
START Researcher Arie Kruglanski is quoted in this German newspaper article
about why terrorists commit attacks.
The National Post: Is Sikh extremism really active in Canada?
Research by START Researchers Clark McCauley and Sophia Moskalenko is referenced in this article
about the threat of Sikh extremism in Canada.
This is a selection of news clips from the past month.
A complete list of START’s media coverage can be found here
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