Eurasia and Armed Radicalism

The conference is aimed at offering added-value input in order to analyse the context of crucial new security developments Europe, Africa and Asia which are directly relevant the security of the international community. Where: Berlin When: 27th of January 2016 Who: Speakers: international specialists, governmental and intergovernmental officials (EU, NATO, ad hoc coalitions), diplomats, other relevant contributors. Participants: relevant decision makers, governmental officials, selected specialists, diplomats, opinion makers.

The Seminar is structured into three panels (Chatham House rules):
1. The first is dedicated on the diffusion and apparent confusion created by the proliferation of groups, cells and “provinces” by prominent radical armed groups in the area.
2. The second tries to focus at a more global scale on the transnational nature of the phenomenon, considering its reverberations not only in South and Central Asia, but also in South East Asia and important areas of the Pacific, which is closely intertwined with Europe via the Eurasian space.
3. The third panel tries to tackle the difficult issue of terrorism funding. On the one hand new state and non-state sponsors have emerged in the Gulf and the Levant; on the other independent funding via legal, illegal and criminalised economic activities continues unabated.







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Margherita Birri
Event Manager / United Nations consultant