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Rexter - Časopis pro výzkum radikalismu, extremismu a terorismu
Rexter - Journal for the study of radicalism, extremism and terrorism

Publishing House: Centrum pro bezpečnostní a strategická studia, o.s.
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, Social Sciences
Frequency: 2 issues
Status: Active

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Short Description

Rexter is a peer-reviewed, web-based scholarly journal. Its focus is scientific publishing aimed at radicalism, extremism and terrorism. It is a way of contribution to the research in social sciences, which refers to the relationship of democracy and their critics or enemies. Established in 2002 at the Faculty of Social Studies (Masaryk University in Brno), later published under the auspices of the Centre for Strategic Studies. Today, Rexter is being published by Center for Security and Strategic Studies in cooperation with the Department of Political Science and Department of Security and Strategic Studies (both at the Faculty of Social Studies). Rexter became peer-reviewed periodical in January 2004. Rexter focuses on political violence, extremism, radicalism and terrorism and its links to other security threats. It deals with strategies and methods that are used to achieve political objectives by radicals, extremists and terrorists, as well as strategies and methods used in the defense of democratic, authoritarian and totalitarian states and regimes against its political opponents.