Research Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism
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The Research Institute for the Study of Conflict and Terrorism (RISCT) was founded in 1990 by William Gutteridge as a successor organisation to the Institute for the Study of Conflict. Less overtly political than the ISC, it mostly put out papers on middle-eastern terrorism. It now appears to be defunct.
Alumni / contributors
- Willian Gutteridge, past director
- Paul Wilkinson, past director (now at Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence at the University of St Andrews)
- Peter Janke
- Max Beloff
- Stephen R. Bowers
- Sir Louis Le Bailly
- Sir Robert Thompson
- General Sir Harry Tuzo, the General Officer commanding the British Army in Northern Ireland at the time of the 'Bloody Sunday' killings by the British in 1972.
- Robert Moss
- Sir Edward Peck