#GTTAC Meeting with National Counterterrorism Center

This past Friday, we had the pleasure of meeting with the Director of the National Counterterrorism Center (NCTC) to present GTTAC’s terrorism research and showcase our database, methodology and discuss the challenges and opportunities of this project. In 2004, NCTC began collecting open source information on global terrorism incidents to generate a database of terrorism […]

George Washington University’s Program on Extremism Hosts Omar Mohammed Talk on ISIS in Mosul. #terrorism #GTTAC #GWU

Omar Mohammed’s talk today for George Washington University’s Program on Extremism provided an intricately detailed account on the conditions in Mosul and the atrocities committed by ISIS. His harrowing accounts of these atrocities were contrasted by his discussions of the work currently being done to repair Mosul’s civil society and cultural heritage sites. His stories […]

Wilson Center and George Washington University – Intersection of Illicit Trade and Terrorism. #GTTAC #Terrorism #Venezuela

It’s been an interesting day here in Washington D.C. The Wilson Center today discussed the growth of Venezuela’s illegal economies and its impact on peace and regional stability. Also, George Washington University’s (GWU) Program on Extremism today presented on domestic terrorism. Their presentation addressed both contemporary knowledge in understanding domestic terrorism and the domestic terrorism […]

#GTTAC Presentation at the #ASC San Francisco Conference

I had the pleasure of attending and presenting the GTTAC project presentation alongside DSG’s Senior Research Scientist Eoin Healy at the American Society of Criminologists conference in San Francisco on Thursday. With the State Department’s release of the Statistical Annex and the Country Reports on Terrorism two weeks ago, the timing of this presentation that […]