Transnational Challenges

2022: A global turning point
2022: A global turning point
Tectonic shifts in world affairs are underway as 2022 draws to a close. With the Ukraine war drawing a line under the familiar post-Cold War period, the world has entered a…
Why outsourcing counter-terrorism online won’t work in future
Why outsourcing counter-terrorism online won’t work in future
The past five years have seen the creation of a latticework of overlapping methodologies to identify and remove online terrorist content and hate speech. Most notably, a…
Digital finance makes international cooperation even more important
Digital finance makes international cooperation even more important
In an excellent recent article for the International Monetary Fund, Cornell University’s Eswar Prasad lays out the potential benefits and costs of digital finance. “The era of…
Understanding global right-wing extremism
Understanding global right-wing extremism
Book Review: Rise of the Extreme Right: The New Global Extremism and the Threat to Democracy, by Lydia Khalil (Penguin, 2022). The rise of the global extreme right has been a…
Reports
Submission to the Parliamentary Joint Committee on Intelligence and Security: Inquiry into extremist movements and radicalism in Australia
On 19 February, Lowy Institute Research Fellow Lydia Khalil made a submission to the Joint Parliamentary Committee on Intelligence and Security inquiry into extremist movements…
Reports
The impact of natural disasters on violent extremism
Originally published in the ASPI Counterterrorism Yearbook 2021.
Commentary
Countering extremism and conspiracies in a global pandemic
Originally published in ABC Religion & Ethics.