One aspect of an effective counter-terrorism strategy involves military intervention and threat monitoring by the intelligence services. ICCT aims to identify key successes and best practices with regards to military interventions. This is done with a focus on how to transform a broad military intervention to a long-term counter-terrorism policy that focuses on alleviating the threat from terrorist groups, reinforcing host nation capacity and addressing some of the causes of radicalisation and violent extremism. The intelligence service plays a large role in monitoring and assessing the threat; ICCT tries to examine how intelligence services can improve counter-terrorism effectiveness.


Research Paper | 26 May 2015
The Role of the Military in Securing Suspects and Evidence in the Prosecution of Terrorism Cases before Civilian Courts: Legal and Practical Challenges

In this Research Paper, by Dr. Bibi van Ginkel and Dr. Christophe Paulussen, the role of the military when performing law enforcement activities in terms of collecting evidence and/or securing suspected terrorists is analysed.

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