Written by Sundar J.M. Brown, Think Again spans the ideological spectrum, facilitating social commentary-based discussions on topics ranging from Behavioral Economics, Terrorism Research, and South Asian Studies, to The Synthesis of Science & Religion, Modern Faith Movements, and International Relations.
Think Again is a venue for an often free-written social analysis, and serves as the contemporary reader’s guide to stream-of-consciousness intellectualism via a successful merging of the Classical and Modern worlds. All articles, commentary and analysis are authored by Sundar J.M. Brown, unless otherwise noted.
First trained at the University of Pennsylvania as a South Asianist, and then as a Seminary-educated Theologian, Sundar J.M. Brown now specializes in Terrorism & Counter-Terrorism Studies, Human Intelligence Operations (HUMINT), and Intelligence Analysis within regional South and Southeast Asia. His localized concentrations include terror groups and terror acts in West Bengal, India, in Bangladesh, Pakistan, Afghanistan, and the Philippines and cross-link with terror groups and terror acts in the Middle East and Africa. His primary expertise is the intersection of Terrorism and Theology. His present research focuses on the emerging apocalyptic themes resonant in both contemporary and historical terrorist ideologies and on theological components informing the radicalization and deradicalization of Violent Religious Extremists and Militants. He is the founder and director of the annual Intelligen Conference on Religion & Violence. View his academic manuscripts and lectures at: http://www.upenn.academia.edu/SundarJMBrown.