Countering Violent Extremism

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101 Fellows Tackle Security Challenges as CSRT 17-1 Concludes

One hundred one Fellows from 47 different locations graduated Aug. 10 from the Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies’ Comprehensive Security Responses to Terrorism (CSRT) course in Honolulu. Of the 101 participants, 63% were from military organizations and law enforcement agencies, with...

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2017 Alumni Scholars Announced

The Alumni Programs Office is pleased to announce the winners of the 2017 Marshall Center Alumni Scholarships. This year, we solicited applications from nearly 12,000 alumni, and received over 200 proposals for 8 available scholarships. The Faculty Scholarship Committee read through all...

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ACSS Hosts Countering Violent Extremism Workshop in Nairobi

The Africa Center for Strategic Studies (ACSS) convened a multilateral workshop on Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) in Africa in Nairobi, Kenya, on June 13-17, 2016. Building on the ACSS ‘Countering Violent Extremism’ Series, this workshop took stock of the latest research and policy...

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Annual NESA-IISS Southern Asia Security Conference

From 24-26 September 2021, Dean Dr. Roger Kangas along with Professor Dr. Hassan Abbas and Professor John Gill participated inthe restart of the annual NESA-IISS Southern Asia Security Conference in Bahrain. This was the 14th iteration of the conference after a hiatus in 2020 because of the...

Assessing Drivers of Violent Conflict in Africa

Speaking at the start of a four-day seminar titled, “Africa’s Contemporary Security Challenges” hosted by the Africa Center for Strategic Studies (ACSS), Dr. Paul Williams, an Associate Professor of International Affairs and Director of the Security Policy Studies Program at George...

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Assessing the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism: Practitioner Insights

Assessing the Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism: Practitioner Insights Excerpt The COVID-19 pandemic has had a profound impact on the world, with far-reaching social, political and economic consequences. Terrorists and security services alike have been...

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Chiefs of Defense Conference 2016

Reposted from Defense.mil Story by Lisa Ferdinando DoD News, Defense Media Activity MANILA, Philippines , Sept. 6, 2016 — Addressing military leaders from 29 Pacific nations, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff today voiced concern over North Korea's recent missile activity and...

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Combating Transnational Threats Senior Executive Seminar (CTSES): Countering Narratives of Extremist Organizations: Managing Disinformation

From 27 February–3 March 2023, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies hosted a Combating Transnational Threats Senior Executive Seminar (CTSES) titled“Countering Narratives of Extremist Organizations: Managing Disinformation”in Washington, D.C. NESA Center Deputy Director...

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Community Oriented Policing & Countering Violent Extremism

From 14-18 November 2021, the NESA Center for Strategic Studies hosted a hybrid seminar organized in collaboration with the UAE Ministry of Interior titled“Community Oriented Policing and Countering Violent Extremism”in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The workshop was designed to help participants evaluate...

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Community Oriented Policing & Countering Violent Extremism Seminar 2022

From 27–30 June 2022, the NESA Center for Strategic Studies hosted a seminar organized in collaboration with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ministry of Interior titled“Community Oriented Policing and Countering Violent Extremism”in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The workshop was designed to help participants...

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Counter-terrorism course prepares 108 Fellows to face regional challenges

One hundred and eight Fellows from 49 different locations or organizations graduated from the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies’ Comprehensive Security Responses to Terrorism (CSRT) 18-1 course in Honolulu Aug. 8. The size of this course and number of locations...

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Countering Violent Extremism and the Role of Community Policing Seminar

From10–14July2023,in Washington, D.C.,the NESA Center for Strategic Studies hosted a seminartitled“Countering Violent Extremismand the Role of Community Policing: Best Practices.”The seminarwas designed to help participants evaluate and analyze the nature and dynamics ofsignificantcommunity...

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Countering Violent Extremism and the Role of Community Policing: Best Practices 2024 Program

From28 January – 1February2024, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies hosted a program in Kathmandu, Nepal, titled“Countering Violent Extremism and the Role of Community Policing: Best Practices.”The seminarwas designed to help participants evaluate and analyze the...

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COVID-19 and Terrorism in the West: Has Radicalization Really Gone Viral?

According to the authors, this wave “has been exaggerated and rests upon a collection of precarious assumptions.” They further state that: “these various assumptions support what we refer to as the “perfect storm” theory of COVID-19 and terrorism, to which we now turn a critical eye. By taking...

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Executive Seminar: Strategic Power Competition in a Multipolar World

From 5–16 December 2022, the Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies hosted an Executive Seminar (ES) titled “Strategic Power Competition in a Multipolar World.” The virtual seminar’s focus on strategic power competition helped define what “global power” and “competition” mean...

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GCMC and CEMA University in Argentina Hold VTC on Counterterrorism

On Tuesday, 11 July 2017, the Marshall Center and the CEMA University in Buenos Aires conducted a VTC as part of a CEMA conference on "Transnational Threats: Narcotics and Terrorism". Marshall Center PTSS Program Director James Howcroft spoke via VTC to the audience in Argentina on...

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GCMC Professor Valbona Zeneli Moderates Panel Discussion at Belgrade Security Forum

By George C. Marshall European Center Public Affairs BELGRADE, Serbia (Oct. 12, 2013) - George C. Marshall Center for European Security Studies Program Director on Black Sea and Eurasia Dr. Valbona Zeneli moderated an opening panel discussion about Democracy’s Response to Populism and...

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Global Counterterrorism Workshop Builds the Team, Explores Increasing Role of Women

By Christine June GCMC Public Affairs GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Jan. 12, 2017) – Getting his point across to 69 fellow counterterrorism practitioners from 44 countries, Lt. Col. Sameer Marouf Masri told the real-life account of one of his female security officers, who ran an 18-...

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Great Power Competition Versus Counterterrorism: A False Dichotomy

DKI APCSS professor Dr. Sam Mullins has a new article online called “Great Power Competition Versus Counterterrorism: A False Dichotomy” published by justsecurity.org. In this article, Dr. Mullins states than in the“more than two years since the United States officially shifted strategic...

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Hindsight, Insight, Foresight: Thinking about Security in the Indo-Pacific.

aside { width: 40%; padding-left: 18px; margin-left: 1px; float: right; font-style: italic; } As part of the Daniel K. Inouye Asia-Pacific Center for Security Studies 25th Anniversary, the Center has produced this publication, “Hindsight, Insight, Foresight: Thinking about...

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Conflicts in Kosovo and Libya, Military Security and Police Institutions, Language Integrated Learning in Polish HME. SUMMER 2014

The Summer 2014 Connections focuses on military operations and looks into lessons learned from conflicts in Kosovo and Libya; also, it providesa comprehensive view on the language integrated learning in Polish higher educational institutions. Another article looks at Kosovo model as a precedent for...

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Publication des anciens : L'Algérie au centre de la politique africaine des Etats Unis à l’Ere d'une nouvelle dynamique géopolitique (Analyse) par le Dr Arslan Chikhaoui

A l’occasion de sa récente conférence de presse, Madame l’Ambassadeur des Etats Unis à Alger, Moore Aubin, a déclaré que:“….notre coopération sécuritaire et notre guerre commune contre le terrorisme sont la pierre angulaire de nos relations bilatérales, ainsi les deux pays œuvrent à la consécration...

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Publication des anciens : Sommet USA-Afrique – Le continent Africain, enjeu de la nouvelle dynamique géopolitique (Analyse) par le Dr Arslan Chikhaoui

Après les sommets “France-Afrique”, “Russie-Afrique”, “Turquie-Afrique”, “Chine-Afrique” et “Japon-Afrique”, c’est au tour de Washington de concrétiser l’idée lancée à Abuja par le Secrétaire d’État américain Antony Blinken. Un sommet “USA-Afrique” avec les responsables américains et africains pour...

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Alumni Publication: "Let’s March Onward, All as One" by Charani Patabendige

On 21 June 2023,Ceylon Today published NESA Center alumnaCharani Patabendige's latest Op-Ed"Let’s March Onward, All as One"on preventing extremism in Sri Lanka and using diversity as a tool. "...diversity paves the way towards empathy which will prevent extremist activities. Further, diversity...

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Alumni Publication: "Society Needs to Use Religion to Counter Extremism" by Charani Patabendige

On 29 June,International Policy Digest published NESA Center alumnaCharani Patabendige's latest Op-Ed"Society Needs to Use Religion to Counter Extremism." "Harnessing the true tenets of religion is key to fostering a unified front against extremism. A multi-faceted approach involving various...

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Alumni Publication: "ANALYSIS: Pakistan’s deepening woes in Balochistan" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza and Bibhu Prasad Routray

On 20 July 2023, Mantraya published NESA Center alumnaShanthie Mariet D'Souza's co-authored analysis on "Pakistan's deepening woes in Balochistan." "Pakistan is facing an uphill task in Balochistan. The Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) is expanding its influence into the restive province and...

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Alumni Publication: "The Politico-Military Crisis in Niger Intensifies the Risk of Blowing up the Sub-Saharan and North Africa Regions" by Dr. Arslan Chikhaoui

On 6 August 2023, the NESA Center published alumnusDr. Arslan Chikhaoui's Op-Ed on the latest crisis in Nigerand its impact on the regional scale, titled"The Politico-Military Crisis in Niger Intensifies the Risk of Blowing up the Sub-Saharan and North Africa Regions." "The new reshaping of the...

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CSAG Information Paper: "The Quran Desecration and its Implications – Perspectives of Partners"

Subject:The Quran Desecration and its Implications – Perspectives of Partners Purpose: This paper aims to present the CSAG’s analysis regarding the current incidents of Quran burning, why it matters, possible reasons, its implications, and the perspective of partners. Read the full paper...

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Alumni Publication: "2 Years of Structural Violence and Humanitarian Crisis Under the Taliban" by Shanthie Mariet D’Souza

On 16 August 2023, The Diplomat published NESA Center alumnaShanthie Mariet D’Souza's Op-Ed "2 Years of Structural Violence and Humanitarian Crisis Under the Taliban." "Since the fall of Kabul in August 2021, the Taliban have entrenched themselves in power and common Afghans have been driven...

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Alumni Publication: "The Taliban’s Afghanistan: Retribution, Refugees, and Violent Extremism" by Shanthie Mariet D’Souza

On 29 August 2023,The Diplomatpublished NESA Center alumnaShanthie Mariet D’Souza's latest Op-Ed"The Taliban’s Afghanistan: Retribution, Refugees, and Violent Extremism." "An overwhelming element of vengeance continues to drive the Taliban’s policies, as illustrated by continued reports of...

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Alumni Publication: "America and the 'War of Ideas' Against Islamic Extremism" by Ilan Berman

On 11 August 2023, the American Foreign Policy Council(AFPC) published the article"America and the 'War of Ideas' Against Islamic Extremism"byIlan Berman, a NESACenter alum and regular speaker for NESA Center programs. Berman's article is featured in AFPC's latest issue of its Defense Dossier...

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Alumni Publication: "Unmasking Islamophobic Disinformation in the Aftermath of Sri Lanka’s Easter Sunday Attack" by Charani Patabendige

In her latest article,"Unmasking Islamophobic Disinformation in the Aftermath of Sri Lanka’s Easter Sunday Attack," published bytheGlobal Network on Extremism & Technology (GNET),NESA Center alumnaCharani Patabendige examines the shifting Sri Lankan threat landscape and the symbiotic...

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CSAG Information Paper: "ISIS Strategic Communication is Derailed"

Subject:ISIS Strategic Communication is Derailed. Purpose: An analysis of whether ISIS has changed its strategic communication (SC) messaging by purposefully decreasing its presence in mass media and social media, as a strategy, or whether ISIS has just adapted its SC approach to current...

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Alumni Publication: “An Analysis on the Potential of Religion in Preventing Violent Extremism" by Charani Patabendige

NESA Center alumna Charani Patabendige authored a study that was published in the Proceedings of the University of Colombo's Annual Research Conference on Sustaining Excellence through Multi-Disciplinary Research 2023, titled "An Analysis on the Potential of Religion in Preventing Violent Extremism...

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Alumni Publication: "Tajikistan and the Taliban: A Lone Voice in Central Asia" by Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

On 11 December 2023,The Diplomatpublished NESA Center alumna Shanthie Mariet D'Souza's article"Tajikistan and the Taliban: A Lone Voice in Central Asia." "Tajikistan is the strongest critic of the Taliban in Central Asia and continues to host dialogues featuring a diversity of Afghan voices,"...

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Alumni Publication: "Afghanistan’s Truncated Capacity to Respond to Natural Disasters: Isn’t it Time for the International Community to Step In?" by Dr. Shanthie Mariet D'Souza

On 19 February 2024, theGeorgetown Journal of International Affairs publishedNESA Center alumna Dr. Shanthie Mariet D'Souza's article, "Afghanistan’s Truncated Capacity to Respond to Natural Disasters: Isn’t it Time for the International Community to Step In?" "Following the capture of power by...

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