The International Counter-Terrorism Review (ICTR) aspires to be the world’s leading student publication in Terrorism & Counter-Terrorism Studies. The Review provides a unique opportunity for experts, students, and young professionals to publish their papers, share innovative ideas, and develop an academic career in Counter-Terrorism Studies. The publication also serves as a platform for exchanging research and policy recommendations addressing theoretical, empirical and policy dimensions of international issues pertaining to terrorism, counter-terrorism, insurgency, counter-insurgency, political violence, and homeland security.
ICTR receives essays; articles; dissertation chapters; commentaries and academic papers of maximum 5,000 words. Papers are published on the ICT and NextGen 5.0 websites and social media accounts, as well as on ICTR’s Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn pages. Authors whose work is published by the ICTR retain copyright and are permitted to post their work online.
If you are interested in submitting your paper, please refer to our submission guidelines.
A joint project of ICT & NextGen 5.0
The International Counter-Terrorism Review (ICTR) is a project jointly initiated by the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) at Reichman University and NextGen 5.0.
The International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) is one of the leading academic institutes for counter-terrorism in the world. Founded in 1996, ICT has rapidly evolved into a highly esteemed global hub for counter-terrorism research, policy recommendations, and education. The goal of the ICT is to advise decision-makers, to initiate applied research and to provide high-level consultation, education, and training in order to address terrorism and its effects.
NextGen 5.0 is a pioneering non-profit, independent, and virtual think tank committed to inspiring and empowering the next generation of peace and security leaders in order to build a more secure and prosperous world. NextGen 5.0 aims to create a new paradigm for the way the security field thinks about young people. It considers the youth as powerful catalysts for positive change and key contributors of novel security solutions to current and future global problems.