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Jane’s Militant Propaganda Analysis

Trusted insights from native language terrorism experts

Understanding the use of social media and propaganda, as well as its distribution and consumption patterns, can offer ahead-of-the-curve insights on politically or ideologically motivated violence conducted by militant actors, helping you to:

  • Identify new trends
  • Generate actionable intelligence to inform security assessments
  • Develop strategic approaches to countering violent extremism

Jane's Militant Propaganda Analysis offers technology combined with human expertise of language, subject, culture, and region to provide the detailed 'so what' factor on selected topics and subjects. Jane's provides insight which enables you to find answers and build your analysis:

  • A dedicated stream of analysis on the use of a broad range of social media platforms by militant groups
  • A unique network of native-language terrorism experts who assess militant-produced content in multiple languages
  • Coverage of an expansive range of group types and ideologies
  • In-depth daily, weekly, monthly, and ad hoc analysis on social media trends, sentiment, and implications from a global perspective

What’s Included

Core focus areas

Jane’s Miltant Propaganda Analysis provides in-depth daily, weekly, monthly and adhoc analysis focussing on these key areas:

  • Social media narratives
  • Sentiment from various groups
  • The interpretation and understanding of militant messaging
  • The evolving extremist use of social media
  • Implications from a global perspective
  • Providing the ‘so what’ factor
Key deliverables

Jane’s Militant Propaganda Analysis delivers:

Understanding of militant reaction to international events

  • Multiple social media platforms including Telegram, Twitter, YouTube, Facebook
  • Sourced in multiple languages including Arabic, Urdu, Russian, Turkish, French

Assessment of propaganda and other media

  • Videos including al-Furat media, al-Rima media
  • Magazines including Dabiq, Inspire, Dar al-Islam
  • Newspapers including al-Naba

Deep dive on key topics

  • Have the narratives changed?
  • Are the targets different?
  • Recruitment methods and techniques

More than Islamist extremism

  • Coverage of a broad range of non-state armed group types and ideologies and their messaging
Multiple Language Sources

Native language terrorism experts provide insight into issues of significant analytical value.

Enhanced language and platform coverage:

  • Arabic
  • Bahasa Indonesian
  • Bosnian
  • Chechen
  • English
  • French
  • German
  • Hausa
  • Kurdish
  • Malay
  • Pashtu
  • Russian
  • Spanish
  • Turkish
  • Urdu

Navigate the social media challenges

Challenges with social media data Jane’s solutions

Provider terms and conditions, what can be done with the data, who can it be used by

Analysts use multiple platforms including Twitter, Telegram, YouTube and Facebook, with an expert network of contributors sourcing information

Unreliable location analysis

Analysts provide commentary on specific topics and subjects, providing reference and analysis into location

Used of closed platform data (Kik, WhatsApp, Facebook)

Analysts use only open source, publically available information

Inaccuracies in automated translation, especially understanding of slang, irony, sarcasm, etc.

Our network of native-speaking analysts understand both the message and sentiment


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