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- AVAILABLE NOW: THE ICSA REPORT ON TERRORISM, CRIMINALITY AND CONTRABAND

Subtitled Jihadist businesses between the Middle East, Africa and Europe, this comprehensive volume edited by Carlo De Stefano, Elettra Santori and Italo Saverio Trento summarizes the main findings of the ICSA “Fighting Terrorism on the Tobacco Road” research project. Thirteen authors explore the criminality-terrorism nexus from a broad range of perspectives and conclude that jihadist …

- TERRORISM, CRIMINALITY AND CONTRABAND: A SUCCESSFUL CONFERENCE

A long line in Via di Campo Marzio and the New Parliamentary Groups Hall teeming with people are the two most evident indications of the interest aroused by the conference to launch the ICSA report on Terrorism, Criminality and Contraband: Jihadist businesses between the Middle East, Africa and Europe, which presents the results of the …

- TRAINING THE TRAINERS

Fighting Terrorism on the Tobacco Road is built on the premise of bringing together theory and practice, academics and law enforcement officers – approach is very much in evidence throughout the ICSA report published by Rubbettino. The next step is that of sharing the findings to the widest possible audience, to increase both awareness of …

- COULD RETURNING FOREIGN FIGHTERS BECOME ROLE MODELS IN THEIR ADOPTED COUNTRIES?

“Many fighters will try to return and import their experience in the countries from which they come. These individuals are dangerous not just because of their familiarity with weapons and their links with former commanders, who might in some way activate or mobilize them from afar, but also to the possibility that they might become …

- THE OVERLAP BETWEEN TERRORIST AND CRIMINAL ROUTES: AN INTERVIEW WITH FRANCO ROBERTI

“The hypothesis that trafficking by terrorist organizations uses the same routes and, at least in part, the same networks of international organized crime is undoubtedly legitimate”. Franco Roberti, the former National Organized Crime and Terrorism Prosecutor and current Advisor to the Minister of the Interior, recently spoke with the ICSA “Fighting Terrorism on the Tobacco …

04/09/2017 - DOES TERRORISM FINANCE ITSELF THROUGH CIGARETTE SMUGGLING?

ICSA Foundation will undertake a two-year research project. The connection between the illegal tobacco trade, which in Europe alone is worth almost 50 billion Euros, and the financing of international jihadist terrorism, is at the center of the “Fighting Terrorism on the Tobacco Road” research project. The ICSA Foundation has been awarded a grant for …