Interns and Staff
Firstly, I would like to express my special thanks to Professor Rohan Gunaratna for providing me with an opportunity to carry out a short-term research project at ICPVTR. I am very thankful too to the staff of ICPVTR for their welcoming and creation of research environment. My two papers (‘ISIS in Afghanistan: Emergence, Evolution and Expansion’ and ‘Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan: from Ferghana to Global Phenomenon’), forthcoming contributions to CTTA, has significantly enriched, with thanks to critical comments, reviews and edits by Stefanie Kam and Abdul Basit, the leading experts in ICPVTR.
Professor Rohan invited me to join several seminars and presentations from distinguished guests at ICPVTR which were exceptionally interesting and valuable in terms of learning practice and experience, from other experts in different countries. There is no doubt that these positive attitudes and acceptance of the reality broaden my views and understanding. In conclusion, we are human being and our human nature is base on common roots.
ICPVTR provided me with an opportunity to present on ‘Current trends of Central Asian Security: from Geopolitics to ISIS’. Indeed, it is a great pleasure sharing my views and understanding of contemporary issues of Central Asian Security with distinguished guests and experts from RSIS.
A book proposal on Central and South Asia will lead to a long-term initiative between ICPVTR and UWED. Realization of this joint project will be a valuable contribution to the better understanding of common civilization, history, enormous untapped reserves and possibilities to these regions.
Dr. Inomjon Bobokulov holds a PhD in International Law and is an associate professor at the University of World Economy and Diplomacy, Uzbekistan
Getting a scholarship for a Master program of Strategic Studies at NTU Singapore through the ICPVTR and RSIS was a very great opportunity that I had. This is because for two years in Singapore, I studied about Strategic Studies and Terrorism Studies (CTS) not only in classes, but also through many programs conducted by the ICPVTR such as conferences, visiting programs, seminars, and discussions with many international experts from different countries. As a result, I also had many chances to meet and to learn from many experts on these studies. As known, it is not easy to work and understand terrorism issues comprehensively with international professional framework, security and strategic perspectives, as well as academic skills, but through the programs, systems, and facilities, I could enhance my knowledge, capability, and skills especially analytical and research skills related to my studies and research topics. These aspects are also supported by the international professional academic culture and environments that involve people with various backgrounds of skills and countries who study at the RSIS NTU and also work at the ICPVTR. The melting pot of all aspects at the ICPVTR and the RSIS also enriches my understanding from various perspectives and networking especially for the study and work on terrorism issues as well as communication and team work. In short, I have learnt many things from the ICPVTR and the RSIS and I am grateful and really enjoy to experience all these and to be one of the alumni of NTU Singapore.
My experience interning at ICPVTR has been unique. In addition to engaging in traditional intelligence gathering, such as profiling terrorist organizations, I was able to look deeper into the underlying issues that foster radicalism by contributing to the Centre’s monthly journal, Counter Terrorist Trends and Analysis. The access I was given to professional meetings and working groups elevated my grasp of terrorism beyond theory by exposing me to the practical realities on the ground that inhibit the ability of nations to prevent attacks. Undoubtedly, the unfettered access to the Centre’s activities has opened my eyes to the complexities of terrorism, and I received insight that will bolster my career for years to come.
ICPVTR is one of most prominent terrorism research centre in the world. ICPVTR’s unique and sophisticated terrorism analyst traning programm enhanced my analysis, presentation and writing skills. During my internships in ICPVTR, I was elegible to attend a lot of seminars and conference. And I also met not just scholars in academic but also terrorism experts in the field. The centre has given me a chance to contribute several research project and Counter Terrorist Trends & Analysis (CTTA).Most of all, I was able to meet the nicest and most friendly colleagues I ever met. From the ICPVTR, I gained in-depth analysis skills and experience. And sametime I also gained really good friends.”
My internship at ICPVTR was a tremendously enriching experience. I was able to explore my interest in political conflicts and terrorism under the tutelage of Professor Rohan Gunaratna.Conducting research at ICPVTR expanded my horizons and forced me to approach issues from multiple perspectives. Furthermore, I had the opportunity to interact with the diverse staff and with excellent scholars from around the world. As a prospective undergraduate inInternational Relations, I can say that my time at ICPVTR would definitely give me an edge over my peers in my future college.
Muhammad Garda Ramadhito
Working at ICPVTR while studying at RSIS gave me a great opportunity to engage and work with people from all over the world. The knowledge and friendship that I have acquired has benefited my personal development and enhanced my career prospects. I am truly grateful for my time at ICPVTR!
Mitzcavitch Andrew James
As a graduate student working for data analysis and GIS in studying terrorism and political violence, working at ICPVTR was a valuable experience for me to touch enormous information which is not necessarily publicly available. I was engaged in creating the numbers of maps and analyzing spatial pattern of the movement of foreign fighters from all over the world to Iraq and Syria. At the same time, I was very lucky to have an opportunity to be in the numbers of meeting with people from the intelligence people coming from the Middle East countries. The insight and experience at ICPVTR clearly have specified the direction of my academic research. I am grateful for the opportunity to have been a part of the ICPVTR and to have a network with one of the best terrorism research center in the world.
ICPVTR is an internationally-renowned specialist centre in the field of political violence and counter-terrorism. It renders invaluable experience for its staff and fellows to engage in academic and intellectual exchange with those illustrious scholars and professionals in the field.It is really my pleasure of participating in the Counter Terrorism Leadership Programme (CTLP) and working directly with the experts from multicultural background in the ICPVTR. The knowledge and friendship I acquired from CTLP not only advance my understanding in this field, but also benefit to my personal development for sure!
As a graduate student in political science, it was a valuable experience for me to see, and be part of, processes in a renowned research centre on political violence like ICPVTR. The insights I had during my three month stay, especially the approach of connecting academic theory with knowledge gained on the ground to derive practical advice, was intriguing and helped me towards my long-term goal of pursuing an academic career. I am grateful for the opportunity to have been part of the ICPVTR team, and for getting to meet interesting people from all over the world.
As a law student interested in interdisciplinary research, ICPVTR afforded me an opportunity to work with a truly global think tank. My experience in preparing profiles, interacting with staff from a number of countries and attending briefings helped me transition smoothly from the legal sphere to international relations and security studies. My work with ICPVTR was foundational and will stand me in good stead as I embark on my graduate studies in international relations.
ICPVTR is a truly dynamic organization. During my employment in ICPVTR, I met with many experts and leading investigators in the field of terrorism and political violence research. As ICPVTR staff, we were given many opportunities to directly work and exchange ideas with well-known academics. This experience has enriched my professional and personal development. Furthermore, I have also learned a lot through the interaction with my international colleagues. As terrorism and political violence are topics whose impacts traverse beyond nations, the way research conducted in ICPVTR has led the way for a more collaborative corporation and information-sharing between multiple parties.
RSIS’s motto, ponder the improbable, is very apt for ICPVTR. The opportunity to integrate academic theory from global thought-leaders with practical knowledge, in an environment where unity of purpose is so tangible, is tremendous.
My six months of internship with ICPVTR opened up several new windows of opportunity that enriched me immensely. I was trained to be analytical, critical and responsive. It’s definitely a place for scholars who want to further expand their vision and knowledge in the academic arena
ICPVTR played a significant role in my career. Upon joining the centre in December 2006, I was (immediately) seconded as the head of research to the Centre for Conflict and Peace Studies (CAPS) – ICPVTR’s partner institution in Afghanistan. I led research and contributed to capacity building at CAPS. Living and working in Afghanistan was a remarkable learning experience. Afghanistan offers a unique case study on how socio-cultural, political and economic factors combine to cause insecurity and instability in a society. After I returned to ICPVTR in May 2007, I continued working closely with colleagues at CAPS, while also leading ICPVTR’s research on Afghanistan.
Aside from providing me the opportunity to work in Afghanistan – a country where I have now spent over three years – ICPVTR stood out because of two other factors. First, I was enamored by ICPVTR’s approach on terrorism. Many research institutions that focus on the study of terrorism rely overwhelmingly on desk research. There is also a haunting tendency among researchers to use academic literature and frameworks as a crutch to explaining terrorism – almost a case of forced-relevance. ICPVTR takes a practical, issue-driven and context-specific approach to research on terrorism, emphasizing on gathering insights from the field. It encourages and incentivizes field research.
Another factor that distinguishes ICPVTR is its extensive networks across the world. In the counter-terrorism field, there is no substitute for access (to operationally significant information). Relationships and networks enable that access. One of ICPVTR’s strongest assets is its enviable network of independent researchers and partner institutions which considerably widens its reach. These networks facilitate its access to policy relevant information in key conflict settings and countries that have experienced the scourge of terrorism.
As an alumnus of ICPVTR, I have a vested interest in ICPVTR’s continues success through the reach and relevance of its work.
During my time at the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research i had the pleasure of working on a number of interesting and contemporary issues. I was able to study the political unrest in Libya and transcribe audio files on a UN counter-terrorism conference and speeches by various national security experts from different countries. I also researched and wrote an article that is published which highlights the impact of bin Laden’s death on the Global Jihad.
In retrospect, choosing to further my studies in the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies for my Masters of Science in International Relations was a sound decision. The courses were compact and highly informative, always up to date with current developments in contemporary politics. The small class size for most of the elective courses enabled dynamic interaction and debate among peers and with the lectures. This encouraged critical thinking and enabled students to consider alternative perspectives when approaching issues at hand. Furthermore, the school benefits from a caring faculty, with professors who are easily accessible for consultations and advice. I also found that the numerous seminars, workshops and conference that students were encouraged to attend greatly contributed to an all-rounded perspective and allowed us to gain first-hand insights into policy-making and the world of politics and security. I thoroughly enjoyed my time as a student with the school, having also made many new friends from around the world, yet another characteristic that gives RSIS its edge as a graduate school.
I also had the fortunate chance of being the recipient of the generous Terrorism Analyst Award offered by the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research. Being a part-time student analyst while pursuing my studies provided me the opportunity to apply the theories learnt in the classroom directly into research work in the field and being able to share with my peers, further contributing to their learning experience. I was able to meet and interact with key experts and scholars in strategic studies and counter terrorism, including field trips to the Philippines and Saudi Arabia to gain insights into rehabilitation. Furthermore, working at ICPVTR also enabled me to hone my presentation and teaching skills, through the frequent update briefings given to guests of ICPVTR who hail from around the world and different segments of the government ministries and security industry. I also benefited from the experience gained through external talks to large audiences in schools and other public settings. Through my work at ICPVTR, i also learnt practical skills such as carrying out administrative tasks and organizing large scale conferences. I feel that my time as a student at RSIS and a staff of ICPVTR has been highly beneficial to me and has prepared me well for the next step of my career as I embark on my PhD.
Tuty Raihanah Bte Mostarom
Coming into ICPVTR i was very much expecting individuals working on their own doing seperate tasks nevertheless I was wrong. There is an undeniable amount of team work in putting the reports together. I would say I was pleasantly surprised by the togetherness of the analysts and the centre as a whole.
The analysts worked efficiently which I’ve come to like about the office environment. I was also surprised by the amount of hard work that goes into counter-terrorism research. The centre is well organized and everyone always knows what their job is and when it needs to be completed by. Something else that impressed me about ICPVTR is that is has given me a well tailored Counter Terrorism Analysis Training. It is the kind of training every counter terrorism analyst needs.
Working at ICPVTR is a great way to learn about other people, other cultures and other experiences. The centre’s multicultural makeup allows students and analysts the opportunity to interact with and learn from individuals from countries including Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Indonesia and the Philippines
It is these workmates and friends, and the frequent visits by scholars, government officials and military personnel, that makes the centre a vibrant place to work. Working at the centre teaches invaluable lessons about one’s own self, and provides the opportunities to improve professionally, academically and personally.
Rebecca C. Lunnon
As a visiting Researcher, working with ICPVTR was an invaluable experience that has contributed significantly to my career development. I found it to be an unparalleled opportunity to further both intellectual development and to maximize networking opportunities in the professional sphere. The practical knowledge was an integral part of the entire internship which was exceedingly impressive. It offered the best combination of apparatus and opportunities to learn and reinforce the skills necessary for success in the future, whether in academia, government, or private industry.
The myriad of high-level meetings, outside speakers, and professional conferences were intellectually stimulating. The most poignant experience for me at ICPVTR has been the relationships i have made with an extraordinary group of researchers and staff from diverse professional and cultural backgrounds. This created a highly conducive environment to broaden my interests significantly. The overall experience at ICPVTR has been a sheer treat for the mind. It was unforgettable and enlightening, both professionally and personally.
** In recognition of he excellent work, Karunya was deservedly conferred the 2009 Outstanding Graduate Student Award. It is one of the most prestigious honour a graduate student could recieve in the field of Sociology. Nominees are shortlisted by The President of California Sociological Association (CSA) and esteemed CSA faculty members.
I spent 3 months at the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research from July to October 2009 as part of the Counter Terrorism Leadership Programme. My Stint at ICPVTR gave me an opportunity to learn about counter-terrorism from an academic as well as a policy perspective. My interactions with the various members of the organization provided me an opportunity to gain insights and perspectives in different issues. As a CT practitioner and investigator, I was able to reflect on my previous experiences and use that effectively during my stay here. I am grateful to ICPVTR for giving me the opportunity and i shall cherish the wonderful memories.
My second time at ICPVTR has come to an end. It was a pleasure getting to work with all of your again. And to those who i met only in my second stint at ICPVTR, it was also a pleasure meeting and working with you. I have learnt so much from working at this wonderful institute; especially in regards to international relations and strategic studies. Your backgrounds are so diverse that these are perhaps, alongside your personalities and brains, a recipe of making RSIS such a dynamic and lively arena of intellect and intrigue. I do hope you benefited from working with and befriending me as much as i had from all of you. I wish you all the very best in your future en devours and may you achieve what your hearts desires.
Kunal P. Kirpalani
My 3 month internship at ICPVTR was focused primarily on issues dealing with Counter Terrorism Financing. Not only did i advance my understanding in this field, but i also had the opportunity to attend a number of talks on other aspects of security. Being at ICPVTR allowed me to concentrate on the field of terrorism academia, its current debates and has geared me with tools which will aid me in my future studies.
I have spent two very fruitful years working at the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research, both from a professional and personal standpoint. I has a chance to present my research in a number of conferences and workshops all over the world during my time at ICPVTR, met some brilliant academics and practitioners in the field of counter terrorism and peace building, and finally and most importantly made friends for life from all over the region and beyond. It is these memories that i will always have in my mind wherever i am. I have been constantly guided by Dr. Rohan and Dr. Arabinda in my work especially on South Asia, Counter Terrorism Financing, Radicalization on the Internet and so many other issues. I wish everyone the best and greater success to the Centre in the future.
The 6 weeks i have spent at ICPVTR was a novel experience through and through. It gave me my forst opportunity of studying terrorism at a macro-level as an area of study but also at the micro-level by focusing on terrorism in Asia. While being assigned to study videos produced by LTTE i was introduced to a host of analytical and academic methodology i was not familiar with as an economics major. The centre’s reputation for excellence in this field is most deserved and all credit should go to the high caliber of staff involved.
Counter-Terrorism Leadership Programme from March to July 2009 was a highlight of my ICPVTR experience. It offered possibility of insightful discussions on issues of vital contemporary interest in the counter-terrorism realm. It was an extraordinary opportunity to explore, discover, scrutinize, learn, share and imbibe. Tremendously enlightening, the learning experience here leaves you full of academic vigour and triggers excitement of thinking. The course was logically structured and all the teaching through research, seminars and lectures helped me generate an internal force to ponder the improbable. It was great fun too. With a team of good friends, i was able to see Singapore’s arresting tourist places, experience unparalleled hospitality and indulge in diverse cultural and linguistic opulence. A priceless academic rendezvous with some of the most knowledgeable counter-terrorism experts indeed.
During the summer of 2009, i visited the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research (ICPVTR) to study terrorist radicalization and rehabilitation. As an MA candidate in Security Studies at Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service and a Southeast Asian Specialist, i was aware of ICPVTR’s excellent reputation in the field. While in Singapore, Professor Rohan Gunaratna offered me access to top experts in the area of terrorist de-radicalization, including counselors from the Religious Rehabilitation Group. I was also impressed by the guest speakers who visited the centre. In just one month, i met with two cabinet-level officials from the US and Singapore, as well as the former head of Scotland Yard. The aggregate of knowledge on terrorism and counter-terrorism at ICPVTR is truly impressive.
Working at ICPVTR was a fantastic experience for me. I learnt so much on terrorism, especially on matters on South Asia and the Middle East. I got to become acquainted with some amazing people from all sorts of backgrounds. Whats is great about this centre is that the skills of all the employees are valued. In my case, the magers saw my past work experience as an asset for the work that is carried out there. It was a privilege to have my work on India and Sri Lanka published. I wish everyone who i have worked with the very best.
Kunal P. Kirpalani
Four weeks at ICPVTR provided me with a fantastic opportunity to work with an exceptional staff. I was able to share knowledge with highly motivated and bright managers, analysts and clerics and grasp some of their experiences on grounds that were sometimes almost terra incognita to me. Furthermore, the personal connections that were established have opened way for for a long lasting cooperation in future.
Captain (French Navy, ret.) Hugues Eudeline
Throughout the course of my residency at ICPVTR, i was impressed with not only the literary resource offered by the institute, but also with expertise of the staff. At this institute, research is high-speed, systematic, and most importantly, relevant. In this field, ICPVTR shares the stage with no one. I received invaluable assistance with my thesis as well as several side articles all while greatly enhancing my knowledge base. I thoroughly enjoyed my time here and look forward to continuing to contribute to ICPVTR in the future.
I admire ICPVTR’s open work culture; the atmosphere is indeed welcoming and supportive that even a new employee feels at home, right from day one! We get to work with the latest information available in the industry and there is always room to learn and implement new skills.
What i respect most about ICPVTR is the autonomous work environment, intellectually challenging assignments, work/life balance and a friendly management which gives equal importance to everybody’s concerns.
ICPVTR has not only provided me with every resource and opportunity, but also nurtured the thought of what i want to be! The environment offers a fun, exciting and dynamic workplace where I’m encouraged and supported to develop skills in my area of interest. We are beginning to mature and grow as an organization which means only exciting times ahead for ICPVTR.
My internship at ICPVTR has given me great knowledge in areas of terrorism, and Dr Rohan and his staff ensured that i was able to get the maximum exposure possible during the short period of time i was there. It is truly a top notch centre for terrorism research.
My short stint at ICPVTR turned out to be an excellent learning opportunity. As an undergraduate reading Political Science at the National University of Singapore, i was looking for relevant research experience in an academic setting. The last thing i wanted was to spend my holidays honing my photocopying and beverage-making skills. At ICPVTR, i was allowed to carry out actual academic work in the field of terrorism and political violence. I now have a clearer idea of the academic research process. I have had the opportunity to witness first-hand how a think tank is run. I thank Dr. Rohan Gunaratna for granting me this privilege. I am grateful to the wonderful team of staff for making my internship experience a pleasant and fulfilling one. I would unreservedly recommend ICPVTR to any undergraduates looking for a similar enriching experience.
As a visiting scholar, I found that the faculty and staff at the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research (ICPVTR) are among the most knowledgeable of terrorism researchers. I feel privileged to have spent the short amount of time that i did conducting research there.
The International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research is an ideal centre for anyone interested in learning or working in the field of terrorism. First class research and world class experts make this centre not only just a think-tank, but one that specializes in international security. I have learnt a lot in the months that i have interned here. The centre is an experimental hub for those intending to carve a career in the terrorism field.
The ICPVTR is an ideal place to study, research, and betwork in the area of counter-terrorism. Thanks to outstanding researchers and an open, diverse and intellectually stimulating environment my time at the Centre was an exceptional learning experience. The Centre’s excellent reputation is more than deserved. I am very grateful for this privilege.
I had a very brief opportunity to work with the ICPVTR during my short stay in Singapore which was every useful. For the first time i had the chance to examine the terrorism in an academic perspective though the preios was very minimal. It was a great experience for me to assist the development of “Victims of Terrorism” website and provide my insights on the media’s role in countering terrorism while with the ICPVTR.
My experience at ICPVTR has been rewarding and invaluable. It complemented my studies at the university, and i was able to work directly with excellent staff. Given my background, the centre exposed me a unique, academic focus on CT measures, particularly in SE Asia. Progressive and innovative analysis is done by a fresh-eyed and diverse staff. My career will definitely be positively impacted by working with and for the centre.
Crystal M. Schautz
The Centre truly put in hard-work on counter-terrorism! To me, it has been exceptional working with everyone. O have the privilege to work with colleagues who ere very open to sharing their expertise and who were also receptive to input from practitioners like myself. The academic analysis of strategic counter-terrorism will surely add value to my background as a Hong Kong Police Officer.
The ICPVTR experience has ben integral in steering me onto the path of eventually pursuing a career in a specific domain of international law. The tremendous networking potential, exposure to eminent specialist in the field of terrorism and most significantly, opportunity to specialize in an area of my choosing has served as an invaluable platform to attain specialisation in the field of terrorism legislation.
Kenneth George Pereire
Working at the centre honed my research skills and gave me the chance to interact with top researchers and analysts in the field of political violence and terrorism. The centre gave me a broader understand of global events and enabled me to see and analyze political truths and realities that were not very visible when one looks at them from a purely Filipino perspective.
Diane Russel Ong Junio
My three-month stint as a postgraduate intern at the ICPVTR in Singapore was a tremendous learning experience. As an intern/researcher at the Centre, i gained an invaluable tactical and operational understanding of insurgent groups, which i feel is essential to comprehend the nature of the contemporary threat that we face. I was also able to attend a variety of conference on terrorism and security. I am especially grateful to the ICPVTR for the opportunities afforded to me.
Waking at ICPVTR was an invaluable experience that provided me with the unique opportunity to choose my area of research specialization and work on projects directly related to them. I was able to work in a friendly environment and interact with top analysts in the field: the exposure and insight I have gained are of great benefit.
Angela Christine Latham
ICPVTR has had a tremendous contribution in my career. The diverse human and material resource makes it the leading International Centre endowed with counter terrorism skills and capabilities. I was greatly enriched by my interactions with people from different countries who worked at the Centre. The Centre provided me with innumerable opportunities to engage in issues of interest to me including gender and terrorism, which remain the topic of my Doctoral research today. Perhaps the best thing about ICPVTR is that even though there is a shared work space that builds camaraderie, one can carve out a niche for oneself. Research is about generating and sustaining ideas and at ICPVTR diverse ideas converge and transform into durable and challenging projects. For anyone working on terrorism and political violence, an experience at ICPVTR would be most rewarding as the Centre truly thinks the unthinkable. The Centre and particularly Dr. Rohan Gunaratna helped me expand my horizons and build on my capabilities. I cherish my memories of my association with the centre and with it the very best. What ICPVTR thinks TODAY, the world thinks TOMORROW!
Working in ICPVTR has given me valuable opportunities that can be hard to obtain anywhere else. One of them was the chance to meet terrorism case investigators from New Scotland Yard’s NTFIO. They shared their first-hand encounter in the financial investigation following the 2005 London Bombing. It was an eye-opener experience.
Work at IDSS was like being on a mission, with an involved leader and friendly team-mates. I have the opportunity to work on interesting assignments and develop a deeper understanding of the field.
Rohini Shashikiran Singh
My time with IDSS and ICPVTR helped me learn a great deal about terrorism. Moreover, having access to the world’s foremost authorities on terrorism, like Dr. Gunaratna, proved and invaluable and edifying experience.
I really benefited from ICPVTR’s academic environment, interactive sessions, visits by international experts and the Centre’s multi-ethnic staff. The expertise and friendly and accommodating approach made my five weeks more memorable.
My experience at IDSS has been very rewarding due to its friendly and intellectually-charged environment.
Hyun Jung Jo Choi
I really enjoyed working with Dr Gunaratna and his staff, they are a very dedicated and devoted team of professionals. My experience here is IDSS has been one that will last a lifetime.
Ian Henry Rosenberger
ICPVTR offers insight into the ongoing efforts to combat terrorism and solutions to ongoing strategic issues. The internship has also provided me with the opportunity to brush up my research skills.
Won Suk Choi
I joined Prof Rohan Gunaratna as his teaching assistant for three months at the Institute of Defense and Strategic Studies (IDSS), after completing my Masters degree in Philosophy (Development Studies) at Cambridge University in July 2002. He had just left St. Andrews University to set up a counter-terrorism studies unit within IDSS that later expanded to become the International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research (ICPVTR). The short stint under Rohan’s supervision exposed me to a variety of latest research techniques and enabled me to understand the ideological roots of different types of terrorism.
Last updated on 27/11/2019