Research & Analysis
The cornerstone of ICCT’s work is to conduct policy-relevant and evidence-based research while aiming to provide practical and solutions-oriented policy recommendations. Research areas include comparative analysis of counter-terrorism policies, strategies and interventions, country and regional analyses, the foreign fighter phenomenon and forward looking trends and threats analyses.
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Administrative measures, when applied in a rule of law compliant manner, can function as a useful and legitimate tool to address a threat to national security, particularly when that threat is of a terrorist nature.
Almost two years after the promulgation of the VDP law, what impact do these civilian auxiliaries have on the overall crisis, the local conflict dynamics, and the situation faced by civilian populations in affected regions?