Journal of Terrorism and Radicalization Studies (TRAD) aims to;
a. Increase the level of academic knowledge on terrorism and radicalization,
b. Convey the new developments in the world related to terrorism and radicalization to the scientific community and the public,
c. Contribute to the development of unique concepts for terrorism and radicalization in Turkey,
d. Create a platform for academic studies on terrorism and radicalization,
e. Carry out theoretical, analytical and empirical researches and studies on terrorist organizations, terrorism, defence against terrorism and radicalization in the context of national and international security,
f. Produce reliable information on the fight against terrorism and radicalization in Turkey,
g. Convey the knowledge and experience that Turkey has gained in the defence against terrorism and radicalization, to the researchers,
h. Inform the public by conducting research on terrorist organizations, terrorism, defence against terrorism and radicalization,
ı. Contribute to the literature in the field of defence against terrorism and radicalization in Turkey,
i. Gain a respectable place at the national and international level as being a reference journal,
j. Reach quality and competence by including studies in the fields of terrorism and radicalization within the application of refereed academic journals.
Journal of Terrorism and Radicalization Studies (TRAD) is a national peer reviewed academic scientific journal published twice a year, in January and June by the Research Center for Combating Terrorism and Radicalization Association (TERAM).
TRAD accepts; terrorism, counter-terrorism, radicalization, combating radicalization, violent extremism, international terrorism, intelligence studies in the fight against terrorism, as well as articles in the fields of law, psychology, anthropology, history and economics. In this context, Journal of Terrorism and Radicalization Studies is open to all studies in the field of social and human sciences. Turkish and English articles are accepted.