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Counter Terrorism Today

The International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT) in cooperation with the IDC International Radio.

Counter-Terrorism Today with Dan Diker.


Counter Terrorism Today 4/1/17 With Mr. Dan Diker

04/01/2017 | by Counter Terrorism Today

This edition of Counter Terrorism Today centered around the refugee crisis in Europe. Mr. Dan Diker interviewed Dr. Liav Orgad, Assistant Professor of Government at the IDC and author of The Cultural Defense of Nations: A Liberal Theory of Majority Rights; Mr. Navonel Voni Glick, Chief Operating Officer at IsraAID, Israel and an expert in disaster relief and humanitarian issues; and Dr.Gil-Ad Ariely, Former Deputy Commander in the IDF and Professor and Chief Knowledge Officer at the ICT.

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Counter Terrorism Today 7/12/16

07/12/2016 | by Counter Terrorism Today

In this edition of Counter Terrorism Today, Mr. Dan Diker invited Dr. Anan Wahabi and Dr. Sagit Yehoshua to discuss radicalization. Dr. Wahabi was formerly a Colonel (Res.) in the Israeli Defense Forces and is a professor of political science at the University of Haifa, and Dr. Yehoshua is lecturer at King's College in London, specializing in criminology. Both also serve as research fellows at ICT.


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Counter Terrorism Today 18/7/16

18/07/2016 | by Counter Terrorism Today

In this edition of Counter Terrorism Today Mr. Dan Diker invited several prominent experts in the fields of national security, counterterrorism and Middle Eastern studies to discuss Turkey’s unstable role in the Middle East.

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Counter Terrorism Today - 18/04/16

18/04/2016 | by Counter Terrorism Today

In this special edition of Counter Terrorism Today, Mr. Dan Diker sat down with Prof. Boaz Ganor, the founder and director of the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism.

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Counter Terrorism Today - 11/02/16

06/03/2016 | by Counter Terrorism Today

Counter-Terrorism and the Democratic Dilemma: how do liberal democracies defend themselves by passing counter-terrorism legislation; and, whilst being vigilant in the fight against terrorism, can Israel continue respecting the rights of individuals in its liberal democracy?

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