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Rajan Basra

King’s College London

 

Violent and Peaceful Behaviour

Rajan Basra studies the relationship between crime and terrorism. He focuses on the radicalisation of criminals, the use of criminal methods by terrorists, and the role of prisons in the crime-terror nexus and has presented his research at the United Nations, the European Council, and the European Parliament.

He completed his PhD in War Studies at King’s College London, and holds an MA in Terrorism, Security, and Society from King’s College London, and an undergraduate degree from the University of Warwick.

Rajan is a Research Fellow at King’s College London for XCEPT.

Rajan Basra’s XCEPT research

BLOG

25th July 2022

The Importance of Prisons to Terrorist Groups and Movements

Throughout the history of terrorism, few locations have impacted the evolution of terrorist campaigns as the jail cell. This post outlines some critic...

RESEARCH REPORT

19th July 2022

Review of Evidence: Prison-Based Interventions Targeting Vio...

Despite the importance of prisons to terrorist movements and the surge in the jihadist prison population in the Middle East, relatively little is unde...

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