Dr Paul Stott
Head of Security and Extremism
Dr Paul Stott joined Policy Exchange in August 2021, where he is Head of Security and Extremism. An experienced academic, he received his PhD in 2015 from the University of East Anglia, for research entitled ‘British Jihadism: The Detail and the Denial.” A prominent writer and commentator on terrorism, Islamism and the political fringe, his publications include “Iranian Influence networks in the UK: Audit and Analysis” (2021) and an examination of the 1999 London nail bombings “The White Wolves: The Terrorist Manifesto that wasn’t?” (2019).
Related Posts & Publications
by Dr Paul Stott | Oct 19, 2021Related Content A traditional maxim in research is to ‘follow the money.’ Recent revelations concerning the growing size of the budget enjoyed by Turkey’s Diyanet (the Ministry of Religious Affairs), and its increased focus on global expansion, have alerted new eyes...
by Dr Paul Stott | Sep 24, 2021Related Content A charity proscribed in France for inciting hatred in the wake of the Islamist beheading of schoolteacher Samuel Paty, has relocated to Turkey, whilst simultaneously stating it intends to develop its work in the United Kingdom, where it has had a...
by Dr Paul Stott | Sep 17, 2021Related Content Three times this week sections of the M25 have been closed by activists from the Insulate Britain group, demanding government take responsibility for insulating all social housing by 2025, and re-fitting all houses with low energy heating by 2030....
by Dr Paul Stott | Sep 10, 2021Related Content The anniversary of 9/11 routinely invokes reflective articles, considering both the day itself, and the war on terror which followed. This year’s twentieth anniversary would have formed a significant landmark, but the Taliban’s military victory in...
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