Fri., Mar. 31, 2017
The Christian Science Monitor interviews CPOST director Dr. Robert Pape who says that "This latest ban 'has the hallmarks of our airport security system responding to new information about an immediate threat.'"
Wed., Jan. 18, 2017
Dr. Benjamin Lessing explains to The Monkey Cage how a recent wave of prison riots sheds light on one of the largest criminal organizations in South America.
Thu., Oct. 20, 2016
CPOST assistant director, and Program on Political Violence co-founder Dr. Benjamin Lessing, speaks to Newsweek on factors driving prison gang violence.
Mon., Jun. 27, 2016 | The Wall Street Journal
Dr. Pape discribes how ISIS is using Hollywood’s methods to make young Westerners think they’re starring in a ‘Hero’s Journey.’
Tue., Jun. 14, 2016 | The Boston Globe
Dr. Robert Pape explained that ISIS is creating a new role for themselves, not as the director but rather as the producers of terror who ensure that operations are a success by attracting the right cast.
Thu., May. 19, 2016 | The Boston Globe
Prof. Robert Pape considers scenarios and motivations for possible EgyptAir terrorist attack.
Tue., Apr. 05, 2016 | The Atlantic; Uri Friedman
The Atlantic looks to Dr. Pape's work to analyze the Brussels attacks and ISIS's broader strategy.
Thu., May. 14, 2015 | Chinese Social Sciences Today; Translated by Li Chen, Graduate Research Associate
Chinese Social Sciences Today published an article detailing CPOST's Suicide Attack Index. The piece was translated from the original Chinese by Li Chen, Graduate Research Associate, Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism
Tue., May. 05, 2015 | Chicago Policy Review
Robert Pape, Director of the Chicago Project on Security and Terrorism and University of Chicago political scientist, dispels myths about ISIS and suicide terrorism and discusses the potential power of grassroots efforts to influence foreign policy.
Tue., Apr. 28, 2015 | UChicago News
A new report on global trends in suicide terrorism shows that during 2014 more than 4,300 people in more than 15 countries were killed in suicide bombings. Out of the 15 countries, Afghanistan and Iraq led the world last year in suicide attacks with an increase in Iraq.