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AQIM kidnap-for-ransom practice: A worrisome challenge to the war against terrorism financing (Updated)

Kidnapping-for-ransom is considered by many experts as an “alternative source of terrorism financing.” But the recent abduction of five French nationals in Niger by the Al Qaeda’s Islamic Maghreb terrorist group (AQIM) highlights a worrisome regional trend that emerged in 2003,

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9/11: The long road to accountability and justice

Families in 9/11 Financing Case Ask to Have Judge Replaced By BENJAMIN WEISER THE NEW YORK TIMES Published: June 14, 2010 Lawyers for families of 9/11 victims have taken the unusual legal step of asking a federal appeals court in Manhattan

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The Washington Institute on CTF policy

The Washington Institute for Near East Policy posted today a summary of the excellent address of our esteemed colleague Matthew Levitt on February 23 on “Challenges and Opportunities in the Campaign to Combat Terrorism Financing”. From November 2005 to January

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CTF: Still a long way ahead

The State Department Annual International Narcotics Control Strategy Report for 2007 provides an international overview of the efforts of countries around the world to implement and improve Counter Terrorism Financing regimes. Most countries are progressively implementing adequate regulations. Yet, most

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About JC Brisard

Jean-Charles Brisard

Jean-Charles Brisard is an international consultant, specialized in the financing of terrorist organizations.
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