Scott N. Romaniuk & Emeka T. Njoku

Scott N. Romaniuk is a PhD candidate in International Studies (University of Trento). His research focuses on asymmetric warfare, counterterrorism, international security, and the use of force. Emeka T. Njoku is a PhD researcher in Political Science (University of Ibadan). His research focuses on terrorism and counterterrorism, civil society, and development.

Islamic State’s Holy War against Russia

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A loss of territory in Syria doesn’t preclude an ability by Islamic State supporters to strike targets in Russia.

The Psychological Effects of Witnessing Terrorism

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The effects of witnessing terrorism can have a profound impact on individuals and even society as a whole.

First Use of “Killer Robot” in US History Raises Ethical and Legal Questions

U.S. Navy photo by Journalist 1st Class Jeremy L. Wood, public domain

The use of a robot to kill Dallas police shooter Micah Xavier is raising questions about how police forces deploy new technologies.

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