CLAREMONT LION INITIATIVE

LINKING IDENTITIES*ORGANIZATIONS*NETWORKS

THE CLAREMONT LINKING IDENTITIES ORGANIZATIONS NETWORKS (LION) INITIATIVE STRIVES TO PRODUCE NOVEL, RELEVANT AND ACTIONABLE RESEARCH ON POLITICAL VIOLENCE, CONFLICT, WAR, AND POLITICAL OUTCOMES.

THE INITIATIVE EMPHASIZES A TRANSDISCIPLINARY APPROACH THAT EMPLOYS MULTI-LEVEL ANALYSES AND INNOVATIVE METHODOLOGIES.

IN PARTICULAR, THE INITIATIVE LOOKS FOR NEW WAYS TO ASSESS THE ROLES THAT IDENTITY GROUPS, ORGANIZED IDEOLOGICAL ENTITIES, AND NETWORKS OF INTERACTION PLAY IN DRIVING AND SUSTAINING ONGOING CONFLICTS, AS WELL AS IN AFFECTING POLITICIAL OUTCOMES.

Latest peer-reviewed publications:

Benjamin Acosta, (2014) "Live to Win Another Day: Why Many Militants Survive Yet Few Succeed," Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 37, 2

Benjamin Acosta and Steven J. Childs, (2013) "Illuminating the Global Suicide-Attack Network," Studies in Conflict and Terrorism 36, 1

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