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ICT’s Research and Publications include short analyses and in-depth publications on a wide variety of topics including: terrorism, counter-terrorism, homeland security, radicalization process, cyber-terrorism, reviews from Jihadi Websites and insights from our database.


Use of Children by Terrorist Organization

13/07/2014 | by ICT Staff
Presentation on the use of children by terrorist organiztions
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Are we Nearer to a Major CBRN Terrorism Threat?

21/02/2012 | by Karmon, Ely (Dr.)

In light of the revolutionary events and the growing instability in much of the Greater Middle East and South Asia and the growing threat of failing states losing control on their chemical, biological and nuclear assets, an international effort to monitor, control and foil CBRN terrorist attacks is vital for the security of the international community. 

IDSA 14th Asian Security Conference: Non-Traditional Security Challenges - Today and Tomorrow
(New –Delhi, India 13-15 February 2012)


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Bioterrorism: Still a Threat to the United States

08/02/2012 | by Cole, Leonard A. (Prof.)
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Hizballah Poised to Strike in Southeast Asia

19/01/2012 | by Levitt, Matthew (Dr.)

Last week, Thai police arrested Atris Hussein, a suspected Hizballah operative, at the Bangkok airport, while another suspect escaped. Elsewhere in the capital, authorities seized a large cache of chemical explosives composed of ammonium nitrate and urea fertilizer, leading the United States and Israel to issue emergency alerts warning their citizens in the country of a possible imminent terrorist attack. According to local authorities, initial intelligence indicated an attack would occur over the weekend in Thailand, yet they now believe some or all of the explosives were intended to be shipped out of the country. The U.S. embassy in Bangkok, meanwhile, continues to warn U.S. citizens of a "real and credible" threat of a terrorist attack in the capital.

First published by the Washington Institute for Near East Policy

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The kidnapping of French hostages in Niger (September 2010) and the death of Bin Laden

01/08/2011 | by Shay, Shaul (Dr.)

On May 2, 2011 American special forces killed Osama bin Laden in his hideout in Pakistan but the war of France against Al Qaeda and mainly its branch in North Africa (AQIM) is not over. France joined other allies of the United States in hailing the death of Osama bin Laden but its relief at the terrorist's death was mixed with concern for French hostages held by al-Qaeda and other radical Islamic organizations.

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