Criminalization alone is not best way to deal with radicalization, argue Alexander Corbeil and Reza Akhlaghi.
Alexander Corbeil / @alex_corbeil
Senior Middle East Analyst with The NATO Council of Canada
Alexander Corbeil is the Senior Middle East Analyst with The NATO Council of Canada, where he focuses on the Syrian conflict and its effects on neighbouring countries and global security. Much of his work with the NATO Council has revolved around radicalization, terrorism and the involvement of foreign fighters on the side of both the government and rebels. In addition, Alex is a blogger with the Foreign Policy Association (FPA), writing for the FPA’s Islamic Awakening section and is a regular contributor to Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s Sada: Middle East Analysis. Alex is also an affiliate with the Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security and Society (TSAS).