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The United Nations and the European Union (EU) have signed an agreement to strengthen partnership in counter-terrorism efforts. The framework was enacted on the occasion of the second EU-UN high-level political dialogue on Counter-Terrorism in New York. The UN-EU initiative will focus on terrorism and violent extremism prevention in Africa, the Middle East, and Asia, ..
Topics: Counter-terrorism • Definitions of terrorism • Global Counterterrorism Forum • International law • National security • Prevention • Public safety • Safety • Terrorism • United Nations Counter-Terrorism Office
Officials of Indian and United States held the 16th meeting of the U.S.-India Counter terrorism Joint Working Group and the Second session of the U.S.-India Designations Dialogue in Washington, DC, US. In this meet both the countries have decided to lay their efforts to address world’s most pressing counter-terrorism challenges, countering the financing and operations ..
Topics: Counter-terrorism • Definitions of terrorism • Global Counterterrorism Forum • Human behavior • Law enforcement • National security • Prevention • Public safety • Safety • Security • Terrorism • United States
The 16th meeting of the Canada-India Joint Working Group on Counter-Terrorism and its Expert Sub-group was held in Ottawa on 26th and 27th March to provide detailed briefings on their respective nation’s counter-terrorism priorities, strategies and legislative frameworks. The meeting has reviewed the threats posed by terrorist groups worldwide and in their respective countries and ..
The first-ever International Day of Remembrance and tribute to the Victims of Terrorism is observed by United Nations on 21st August 2018 to honour the innocent victims of terror attacks around the world, who will forever remain in our hearts. As per resolution 72/165 (2017), the international day will serve as a reminder to stop ..
Topics: Definitions of terrorism • Human rights abuses • International Day of Remembrance and Tribute to the Victims of Terrorism • International Relations • National security • Reactions to the 2014 Peshawar school massacre • Reactions to the November 2015 Paris attacks • State terrorism • Terrorism
It is proposed first by India in 1996. CCIT is a proposed treaty which provides a legal framework which makes it binding on all signatories to deny funds and safe havens to terrorist groups. Despite India’s efforts to push a global intergovernmental convention to tackle terrorism, the conclusion and ratification of the CCIT remains deadlocked, ..