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Editorial
7 December 2018
Cinq techniques militaires essentielles pour mieux "piloter" l'entreprise

Les leaders militaires de tous niveaux sont fréquemment confrontés à des situations incertaines. Ils déterminent rapidement des solutions pratiques pour résoudre des problèmes complexes.  

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7 December 2018
Geneva Launch of the Global Terrorism Index Report 2018

ISIS may be waning, but terrorism remains a critical global threat. Terrorist attacks will remain high and could worsen as extremists exploit poorly-governed, fragile and conflict-prone states. Terrorist groups have remained resilient, adapting to their setbacks by adopting new and innovative modus operandi and deploying the latest tools of globalisation -- bitcoin and encrypted communications --to increase their wealth and global reach.

Editorial
14 October 2018
Shaping the next multilateral
Institutions that will count in the new international system will owe it to their people
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21 June 2018
2017 Annual Report Now Available
Transformative Journeys to Create a Safer World
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2 May 2018
Dead or alive? The future of the Islamic state

Its ingenious global political and ideological campaign was able to attract thousands of foreign fighters from over ninety countries to populate its new experiment. Today, the Islamic State has lost most of its physical caliphate, it is still far from diminished. There are multiple reasons why the world will not be able to close the chapter yet on one of the richest and most violent terrorist groups in modern history.  

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27 April 2018
New report on non-attack of non-nuclear weapon states
This side event took place on 24 April 2018 at the UN Office at Geneva
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11 April 2018
Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge Highlights
Team Black Knights from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point is the winner of the 2018 Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge co-hosted by the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) and the Atlantic Council.
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6 April 2018
4th Annual Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge Opens in Geneva !
What is the Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge?
12 March 2018
Transformation of war strategy in the 21st century

On 12 February, the Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP) conducted a public discussion with Martin van Creveld, Professor Emeritus at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. He shared observations on how military strategy has changed and remained constant in the new security landscape.

Editorial
8 March 2018
Leveraging diversity and leading inclusively

Like many organisations in International Geneva, diversity is part of the Geneva Centre for Security Policy’s DNA, and our mission. As a centre which was founded to foster international cooperation for peace and security, we have been bringing together people with different perspectives from around the world since our inception in 1995.

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3 June 2018
Towards a Missile-Free Zone for the Middle East – Moving Beyond the Nuclear Dimension of the JCPOA
A Checklist for European Actors to Deal Constructively with the Regional Missile Problem.
3 June 2018
Assessing the JCPOA from a Historical Perspective:
Moving Beyond the Declaratory Policy of the 2004-2006 Initiative of a Gulf WMD-Free Zone.
1 June 2018
General Kosciuszko, a man ahead of his time

GCSP Global Fellowship-in-Residence, Mr Adam Koniuszewski, was published in the June 2018 edition of the “UN Special” Magazine.

In his article entitled, “General Kosciuszko, a man ahead of his time,” Mr Koniuszewski discusses the significance of human rights advocate, General Tadeusz Kosciuszko, the builder of West Point, the world’s most famous military academy.

15 May 2018
Cooperative Ideas for New Communication & Conference Processes in the Middle East/Gulf

In our new Track II initiative we will present, discuss, and disseminate Cooperative Ideas jointly developed at two International Expert Conferences in Frankfurt and Berlin (see issue No. 1 of this New Publication Series at academicpeaceorchestra.com). The aim is to help establish promising focal points around which especially the relevant regional actors in the disarmament & non-proliferation area can rally. They may ultimately lead to constructive and sustainable dialogue mechanisms which are so rare – and so needed – in the Middle East/Gulf.

1 May 2018
Why We Need New Communication & Conference Processes and How They Could Come About: the Classical Role of this Track-II Initiative

This New Publication Series POLICY FORUM is in addition to the Two Expert Panels conducted at the First NPT PrepCom in Vienna on May 8 and 10, 2017 our second Track II tool. Both aim at presenting, discussing, and disseminating the jointly developed Cooperative Ideas as potential rallying points for the most important actors in the entire Middle East/Gulf.

25 April 2018
Exploring the Transfer Potential of the JCPOA for Zonal Disarmament Arrangements in the Middle East/Gulf
This Policy Forum issue advocates using elements of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA or agreement/accord)
25 April 2018
Dilemmas around Using Militias to Right the Taliban
GCSP Fellow Dr Dee Dee Derksen opines on decision to arm militias to fight the Taliban and the Islamic State.
15 April 2018
Transferring the Win-Win Approach of the JCPOA to Other Areas of Cooperation in the Middle East/Gulf

Based on his rich experience since 1994 as a strategy consultant for major international companies investing in Iran, the author makes the case for using the achievement-oriented approach of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action as a model for tackling all major regional challenges in a cooperative way, especially by non-governmental actors.

6 March 2018
Against All Odds - Decreasing the Saudi-Iranian Rivalry for Regional Hegemony through and in the Wake of the JCPOA
The dangerous spiralling of the rivalry between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Islamic Republic of Iran for hegemony/supremacy in the Middle East/Gulf is the factor that has the most negative impact on the entire region.
2 March 2018
The Increasing Importance of Hybrid Politics in Europe: Cyber Power is Changing the Nature of Politics
Cyberspace has become an indispensable area of human activity but also and an arena for inter-state conflict.