Past Events

"The Role of Diplomacy in Combating Terrorism: Past Lessons and Future Outlook"
Wednesday, July 25, 2018 INTERNATIONAL CENTER FOR TERRORISM STUDIES AT POTOMAC INSTITUTE FOR POLICY STUDIES A Special Seminar on "The Role of Diplomacy in Combating Terrorism: Past Lessons and Future Outlook"
Combating Terrorism: National, Regional, and Global Lessons for the Next Decade and Beyond
Combating Terrorism: National, Regional, and Global Lessons for the Next Decade and Beyond
The Potomac Institute's International Center for Terrorism Studies on April 30th, 2018 held their 20th annual event on, "Combating Terrorism: National, Regional, and Global Lessons for the Next Decade and Beyond". Terrorism by state and non-state actors poses threats to individuals, communities, nat...
Balkan Security Challenges: Past Lessons and Future Outlook
Balkan Security Challenges: Past Lessons and Future Outlook
The Potomac Institute's International Center for Terrorism Studies hosted a seminar on March 1, 2018 entitled, "Balkan Security Challenges: Past Lessons and Future Outlook". The Balkans remain vulnerable to several security concerns, including organized crime, terrorism, the refugee crisis, politica...
Punctuated Equilibria Paradigm and Security in the Modern World
Punctuated Equilibria Paradigm and Security in the Modern World
Since the 1970s, the theories of punctuated equilibria and multiplier effect have been gaining importance and significance, including to militaries around the world. Developed versions adapted to complex societies may be considered one of the most promising and strategic avenues of research in socia...