Jeanine de Roy van Zuijdewijn is a Researcher at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs and Research Fellow at the International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT). Jeanine studied International Relations in Historical Perspective at Utrecht University (cum laude). She has been working at ISGA since 2013, focusing on foreign fighters, lone-actor terrorism and terrorism threat assessments.
She is now pursuing a PhD-degree on the impact of terrorism.
In addition, she has co-developed the massive open online course – called “Terrorism and Counterterrorism: Comparing Theory & Practice” taught by Prof. Bakker and teaches this course in blended learning format at Leiden University. Furthermore, she is also editorial board member of this blog, board member of the European Expert Network on Terrorism (EENeT) and Country Coordinator for the Dutch-Flemish Network of PhD-Theses Writers of the Terrorism Research Initiative (TRI) led by Prof. dr. Alex Schmid.
- Terrorism and Beyond: Exploring the Fallout of the European Foreign Fighter Phenomenon in Syria and Iraq (2016)
- The Foreign Fighters' Threat: What History Cannot Tell Us (2014)
- Returning Western foreign fighters: The case of Afghanistan, Bosnia and Somalia (2014)
- Pathways of Foreign Fighters: Policy Options and Their (Un)Intended Consequences (2015)
- Fearing the Western Muslim Foreign Fighter: The Connection between Fighting the Defensive Jihad and Terrorist Activity in the West (MA Thesis) (2014)