Fourth Biennial Review of the United Nations Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy
Blue Sky II: Progress and Opportunities in Implementing the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy
Eighth Regional Workshop for Judges, Prosecutors, and Police Officers in South Asia on Effectively Countering Terrorism
Letter from the Executive Director: From Counterterrorism to Cooperative Security

Latest Events

Understanding the Somali Economic Landscape: Financial Inclusion, Trade, and Investment

6 August 2014 | Washington DC

The Somali Minister of Finance H.E. Hussein Abdi Halane served as the keynote speaker at a luncheon discussion on the Somali economic landscape held on the occasion of the first US-Africa Leaders Summit hosted by U.S. President Barack Obama in Washington D.C. The luncheon was organized by the Global Center in collaboration with Oxfam America. The discussion was broadly framed within the context of the relationship between financial inclusion, trade, investment, and collective security and built upon the discussions at the US-Africa Leaders Summit. Read More

Training on Risks Associated with New Technologies

26-27 June 2014 | Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

A training seminar was held on money laundering and terrorist financing (ML/TF) risks associated with new technologies such as mobile banking, digital currencies, and pre-paid cards. Over twenty-five participants attended from the Ethiopian Financial Intelligence Center, Federal Police Commission, Information Network Security Agency, Ministry of Communication and Information Technology, and the National Bank of Ethiopia. The workshop featured an interactive discussion on the different technologies as well as a number of case studies highlighting system risks of ML/TF. Read More

Latest Publications

Preventing Violent Extremism in Burkina Faso/Prévention de l’extrémisme violent au Burkina Faso

The Global Center on Cooperative Security is pleased to announce the publication of the report, “Preventing Violent Extremism in Burkina Faso: Toward National Resilience Amid Regional Insecurity .” The report is coauthored by Profs. Augustin Loada (Executive Director of the Ouagadougou-based Centre pour la Gouvernance Democratique ) and Peter Romaniuk (Senior Fellow at the Global Center in New York). /// The Global Center on Cooperative Security est heureux d’annoncer la publication de la rapport, «Prévention de l’extrémisme violent au Burkina Faso: Vers une résilience nationale dans un context d’insécurité régionale ». Le rapport est co-écrit par les professeurs, Augustin Loada (Directeur exécutif du centre pour la Gouvernance Démocratique basé à Ouagadougou) et Peter Romaniuk (Senior Fellow au Global Center à New York). Read More

Evaluating Counterterrorism and Countering Violent Extremism Programming

The project aims to develop a practitioner handbook on monitoring and evaluating CVE programs, primarily for use by civil society partners in the field. With support from the Kanishka Project, an initiative of the Government of Canada that invests in research on terrorism and counterterrorism activities, the Global Center will research current practices and challenges in evaluating CVE programming and develop a set of recommendations to help practitioners in this regard. The handbook will be available in summer 2015. Read More