Associate – ‘Islam’
Sean Oliver-Dee researches, writes and speaks on the impact of global religious dynamics and policy-making responses in the areas of citizenship, identity, and radicalisation. He holds a research post at the University of Oxford and provides advice for a number of British government departments as well as several EU departments. Sean is the author of a number of academic books and peer reviewed articles. He has also been a co-author on a number of strategic reports for the British Parliament, Ministry of Defence and the Foreign Office as well as several EU departments.
His more recent publications include: Courting Islam (2020); Muslim Minorities and Citizenship (2012); ‘STARTed but CONTESTed: Analyzing US and British Counter-Extremism Strategies’ Review of Faith in International Affairs Vol.16, Iss. 2, pp71-83. (2018); Global Strategic Trends: Future of Beliefs. (Co-Author) Oxford XXI (for the Ministry of Defence, Global Strategic Trends: The Future Starts Today, 6th Edn)(2018); Shi’a-Sunni relations are already volatile. $10 oil could make it even worse.’ www.unherd.com 16th November 2017.