About Inga Kristina Trauthig

Inga Kristina Trauthig is a Research Fellow at the International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation (ICSR) and PhD candidate at the War Studies Department at King’s College London. Her research focusses on non-state actors in the Middle East and North Africa, particularly Libya. At King’s College, she convenes the MENA Research Group within the Institute of Middle Eastern Studies (IMES). She also works on broader issues concerning violent extremism in Europe and the US. Inga has conducted work with UN-organisations, NGOs and private companies that addressed root causes of civil strife as well as practical and ideological competition between state and non-state actors in the Middle East. She holds an MLitt in Middle East, Caucasus and Central Asian Security Studies from the University of St Andrews in Scotland.
14 Dec, 2021

‘Quietist’ Salafism in North Africa: Outlining Moroccan and Libyan Developments

Guy Robert Eyre Inga Kristina Trauthig | 14 December 2021

‘Quietist’ Salafis, considered typically to reject politics, political activism, and violence, and instead focus on religious education and learning, are in many ways the ‘heart’ of global Salafism. They also have deep roots and a significant following in North Africa, including in Morocco and Libya
‘Quietist’ Salafism in North Africa: Outlining Moroccan and Libyan Developments2021-12-20T13:10:41+03:00
1 Jul, 2021

The Second Berlin Conference on Libya: What changed, what didn’t?

Inga Kristina Trauthig | 01 July 2021 | TR

On 23 June, international and Libyan representatives met in Berlin to discuss the progress of and ongoing challenges to a stable, peaceful Libya. The conference however was highly reminiscent of January 2020, as the [...]

The Second Berlin Conference on Libya: What changed, what didn’t?2021-07-01T09:33:24+03:00
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