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).
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by Dr Paul Stott | Apr 26, 2022Related Content The Activist Campaign to Demonise Prevent The Prevent counter-terrorism strategy is perhaps the most controversial government policy most people have never heard of. Public recognition of it is generally low, but opposition from Britain’s raucous...
by Dr Paul Stott | Feb 25, 2022Related Content On 12 February 2022, Anti Zionism Coordination (AZC) held online its annual rally, entitled 2022, The Year to Combat Normalization: We Will Resist the Entity and Protect the Homeland. The AZC — said to be based in Istanbul — was launched in...
by Dr Paul Stott | Jan 16, 2022Related Content On 19 November 2021, Home Secretary Priti Patel laid before Parliament an order to outlaw the Islamist terrorist movement Hamas in its entirety from the UK, stating “This action will support efforts to protect the British public and the...
by Dr Paul Stott | Dec 14, 2021Related Content After Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi took power in Egypt in 2014, leading figures in the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood fled to Middle Eastern countries – especially Qatar and Turkey – as well as to several Western nations. It should be remembered...
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