29. Skillicorn, DB. and Leuprecht, C. Clustering Semi-Structured Heterogeneous Social Science Datasets for National Security Applications. In Security by Design: Innovative Perspectives on Complex Problems. Ed. Anthony Masys. New York: VS Springer, pp. 181-192.

28. Leuprecht, C and Zade, R. The Canada-US Border Effect: Islamist Extremists in Comparative Perspective. Canadian Journal of Political Science. SJR = Q2

27. Leuprecht, C., Cockfield, A1, Simpson, P and Haseeb, M. Tackling Transnational Terrorist Resourcing Nodes and Networks. Florida State University Law Review 46.

26. Hataley, T1 and Leuprecht, C. Bilateral Coordination of Border Security, Intelligence Sharing, Counter-Terrorism, and Counter-Radicalization. In Canada Among Nations 2017. Eds. Christopher Sands, David Carment, and Inger Weibust. Baskingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

25. Leuprecht, C. and Dizboni, A1. Instruments and Arrangements against online Terrorism Relating to International Cooperation. Ed. John R. Vacca. Boca Raton: CRC Press.

24. Leuprecht, C., McCauley, C2. and Skillicorn, DB1. Terrorists, Radicals, and Activists: Distinguishing between Countering Violent Extremism and Countering Extremist Violence, and why it matters. In Countering Violent Extremism and Terrorism: Assessing Canada’s Domestic and International Strategies. Ed. Stéphanie von Hlatky. Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.


23. O’Halloran, P.J., Leuprecht, C., Ghanbapour-Dizboni, A., Green, A.,and Adelstein, D. 2018. The terrorist resourcing model applied to Canada. Journal of Money Laundering Control. 21(1): 33-46.

22. Leuprecht, C. and Kölling, M. Innere Sicherheit und Terrorismusbekämpfung in föderalen Mehrebenensystemen. Ed. Martin Grosse Hüttmann. Jahrbuch des Föderalismus 2018. Nomos Verlag.

21. Leuprecht, C. Containing the Proliferation of Incitement: A Canadian Perspective. In Incitement to Terrorism. Eds. A. Bayefsky and Laurie . Leiden: Brill Nijhoff, pp. 66-74.

20. Leuprecht, C. and Walther, O2. Terrorist Financing: Transnational Networks. In The Palgrave Handbook on Criminal and Terrorist Financing Law. Eds. Clive Walker, Colin King and Jimmy Gurule. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 945-966.

19. Leuprecht, C, Cockfield, A1, Simpson, P and Haseeb, M. Tracking Transnational Terrorist Resourcing Nodes and Networks. Working Paper. Waterloo: Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security, and Society (TSAS).

18. Statutory Review of the Proceeds of Crime and Terrorist Financing Act. House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance. 18 April.


17. Walther, O2, Leuprecht, C and Skillicorn, DB1. Political Fragmentation and Alliances among Armed Non-State Actors in North and Western Africa (1997-2014).Terrorism and Political Violence. SJR = Q1

A more elaborate version of this article is found in African Border Disorders. Eds. O. Walther and W. Miles. Abingdon: Routledge Series in African and International Politics, pp. 60-86. (Favourably reviewed in Foreign Affairs March/April 2018).

16. Leuprecht, C, Walther, O2, Skillicorn, DB1, and Ryde-Collins, H. Hezbollah’s Global Tentatcles: A relational approach to convergence with transnational organized crime. Terrorism and Political Violence Terrorism and Political Violence 29(5): 902-921 SJR = Q1


15. Porges, M and Leuprecht, C. 2016. Abstenerse de terror: el caso de desconcierto de la resistencia no violenta en el Sáhara Occidental. Revista CIDOB d’Afers internationcionals no. 112. April: 149-172. SJR = Q2

Co-published in English as The Puzzle of Nonviolence in Western Sahara. Democracy and Security 2016 12(2): 65-84. SJR = Q2
reprinted in When Does Terrorism Work?, ed. Diego Muro. Abingdon: Routledge Series: Extremism and Democracy, 2018, chapter 7.

Leuprecht, C. and Spear, S.. Defending Freedom by Effectively Countering Terrorism. MLI Commentary.

14. O’Halloran, P1, Dizboni, A1, Leuprecht, C, Adelstein, D, Green, A, and Porges, M. The Terrorism Resourcing Model Applied to Canada. Working Paper. Waterloo: Canadian Network for Research on Terrorism, Security, and Society (TSAS).


13. Skillicorn, DB1, Leuprecht, C, Stys, Y3 and Gobeil, R3. 2015. Prisoner Radicalization: Structural Differences among Violent Extremists. Global Crime 16(3): 238-259. SJR = Q1

12.Leuprecht, C. Facing the Challenges of Violent Extremism. MLI Commentary.

11. Terrorist Financing in Canada and Abroad. House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance. 31 March.


10. Leuprecht, C and Hall, K. 2013. Networks as strategic repertoires: Functional differentiation among Al-Shabaab terror cells. Global Crime 14(2-3): 287-310. Special issue on Advances in Research on Illicit Networks.
Reprinted in Advances in Research on Illicit Networks. Ed. Martin Bouchard. Abingdon: Routledge, 2015, pp. 287-310.
Revised and expanded version published as Why Terror Networks are Dissimilar: How Structure Relates to Function. In Networks and Network Analysis for Defence and Security. Ed. Anthony Masys. New York: VS Springer, Lecture notes in Social Networks series, 2014, pp. 83-120.

9. Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T1 and Skillicorn, DB1. 2013. Cross-Border Terror Networks: A Social Network Analysis of the Canada-U.S. Border. Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression. Special Issue: Applying Social Network Analysis to Terrorism. 5(2): 155-175. SJR = Q1

8.Caidi, N., Unsworth, K2., Leuprecht, C. and Doty, P2. In the name of terror? Information and policy in the decade post 9/11. Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 50(1).

7. Norton, S3 and Leuprecht, C. Canadian Extremist Crime Database: Methodological Primer. Ottawa: Defence Research and Development Canada, Centre for Security Science, Technical Memorandum 2013-004.


6. Skillicorn, DB1, Leuprecht, C and Winn, C1. 2012. Homegrown Islamist Radicalization in Canada: Process Insights from an Attitudinal Survey, Canadian Journal of Political Science 45(4) December: 929-956. SJR = Q2

5. Skillicorn, DB1, Leuprecht, C and Hataley, T1. 2012. Vectors of Extremism Across the Canada-US Border. IEEE Conference on Intelligence and security Informatics: 162-164.


4. McCauley, C2, Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T1, Winn, C1 and Biswas, B. 2011. Tracking the War of Ideas: A Poll of Ottawa Muslims. Terrorism and Political Violence 23(5): 804-819. SJR = Q1

3. Leuprecht, C and Skillicorn, DB1. 2011. Radicalization: What, if anything, is to be done? When the facts get in the way of a good story. Home Team Journal 3: 38-47.

2010 2. Leuprecht, C, Hataley, T1, McCauley, C2 and Moskalenko, S. 2010. Containing the Narrative: Strategy and Tactics in Countering the Storyline of Global Jihad, Journal of Policing, Intelligence, and Counter Terrorism, 5(1) April-May: 42-57. SJR = Q2
Revised version reprinted as Narratives and counter-narratives for Global Jihad: opinion versus action. In Countering Violent Extremist Narratives, Kessels, E.J.A.M., ed. The Hague: National Coordinator for Counterterrorism (NCTb): 2010, pp. 58 - 70.

1. Leuprecht, C et al. 2009. Winning the Battle but Losing the War? Narrative and Counter-Narrative Strategy. Perspectives on Terrorism 3(2) August: 25-35.