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  • Issue for the upcoming Nato Summit in Warszaw 8-9 July: Challenge for NATO – Cyber Article 5

    In this CATS Brief the two finnish scholars Jarno Limnell and Charly Salonius-Pasternak discuss the implications of that NATO now will consider the cyber arena on par with the traditional military arenas when it comes to collective defence.

    29 June 2016

  • Students in international cyber policy competition

    Students from the Swedish Defence University are travelling to Geneva, Switzerland to participate in The Cyber 9/12 Student Challenge 2016. An annual cyber policy competition, were students across the globe compete in developing national security policy recommendations tackling a fictional cyber catastrophe.

    5 April 2016

  • CATS contribution in Peter R. Neumann's book "Radicalization"

    Alexander Meleagrou-Hitchens and Hans Brun have written one chapter in "Radicalization" by Peter R. Neumann.

    16 August 2015

  • Terrorism Innovation and Learning - Al Qaeda and Beyond

    New book edited by Magnus Ranstorp and Magnus Normark: Understanding Terrorism Innovation and Learning - Al Qaeda and Beyond.

    8 May 2015

  • From the Welfare State to the Caliphate

    How a Swedish suburb became a breeding ground for foreign fighters streaming into Syria and Iraq.

    23 February 2015

  • Intelligence, Science and Public Policy

    Professor Wilhelm Agrell and Dr. Gregory F. Treverton participated in a CATS-sponsored roundtable at the International Studies Association's (ISA) Annual Convention in New Orleans (February 18th-21st).

    20 February 2015

  • Danish attacks echo France

    The targets were eerily familiar: a cartoonist, police officers and Jews. The manhunt, too, had echoes: a European capital on virtual lockdown as police searched block by block, with helicopters sweeping the skies.

    16 February 2015

  • What Transformed Copenhagen Gunman From Petty Thug to Lethal Jihadi?

    Two weeks after release from prison for stabbing, Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, managed to find guns and select targets.

    16 February 2015

  • Copenhagen creates group to fight radicalization

    Copenhagen will be setting up an expert group to help identify and address radicalization problems as concern grows in the country over terrorism threats and the radicalization of youth.

    Swedish terrorism expert, Magnus Ranstorp, who is also Research Director at the Center for Asymmetric Threat Studies (CATS) at the Swedish National Defence College in Stockholm, will lead the group, reports DR.

    25 January 2015

  • What Is the Impact of the CIA Torture Report?

    Magnus Ranstorp, research director at the Center for Asymmetric Threat Studies, writes an article in Newsweek togehter with Karen J. Greenberg and Jack Devine.

    18 December 2014

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