This new CRU report outlines options for greater Western engagement in the Syrian civil war to halt the violence. It examines the war´s trajectory, international entanglements and current battlefield situation.
Through a TTIP agreement, the combined regulatory power of the United States and the European Union will offer the transatlantic West a window of opportunity to defend economic interests and political values in an increasingly plurilateral global order.
What does the ISIS insurgency in Iraq have in common with recent Islamist activity in Mali? Ivan Briscoe believes they’ve both elevated the obtaining of illicit income to new levels, thereby linking crime, Jihadism and the sectarian decomposition of the nation-state in more unpredictable ways.
Mozambique is rapidly developing its oil and gas sector. In order to support this country to develop the sector, international projects are implemented to train relevant groups on specific themes, such as international negotiations.
New video demonstrates the work that ICCT’s Max Boon and his colleagues are doing in Indonesia, reaching out to high school students and empowering victims of terrorism to play a role in countering violent extremism.