Haroro J. Ingram

Why ISIS is so good at branding its failures as successes

The Parsons Green attack shows that governments and the media keep falling into the propaganda traps being set for them, write Charlie Winter and Haroro Ingram

"That is what the terrorists want": Media as amplifier of violent extremist propaganda

Dr. Haroro Ingram presented at a workshop held by L’École nationale de la magistrature in Paris about how media reporting may act as an amplifier of violent extremist propaganda aims.

Information Warfare in the 21st century: Media jihad, New Cold Wars and fake news

The propaganda campaigns of violent extremists such as ISIS and al-Qaeda, the messaging and cyberwar efforts of emerging powers in the East, and the rise of so-called “fake news” have placed the issue of understanding and effectively competing in 21st century information warfare at the heart of public, academic and strategic-policy debate.

An Analysis of the Taliban in Khurasan's Azan (Issues 1-5)

Published in Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 38(7) 2015: 560-79.

The Charismatic Leadership Phenomenon in Radical and Militant Islamism

Haroro J. Ingram, The Charismatic Leadership Phenomenon in Radical and Militant Islamism, Abingdon: Routledge, 2013.

Three Traits of the Islamic State's Information Warfare

Published in RUSI Journal, 159(6) 2014: 4-11.

The Strategic Logic of Islamic State Information Operations

Published in Australian Journal of International Affairs, 69(6) 2015: 729-52.

Unexamined Consequences: Leadership Decapitation and the Rise of ISIL

Haroro J. Ingram and Craig Whiteside, ‘Unexamined Consequences: Leadership Decapitation and the Rise of ISIL’, On Track, 21(1) 2016: 38-43.

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