The Euro-Gulf Information Centre (EGIC) with its partners, the Center for Security Studies at the Metropolitan University Prague (MUP), and PERICULUM-Human-Machine Nexus and International Order (Charles University), organed an International High-Level event in the capital of the Czech Republic, Prague.
The Conference brought together cutting-edge experts on terrorism and radicalization, along with politicians and military strategists fighting the terrorist threat on the ground.
The conference, titled ‘Strategies to prevent the Rise of ISIS 2.0’, was held in Martinický palác, within the complex of Prague’s Castle, on the 2nd of November 2018.
The opening remarks were given by Member of European Parliament Tomas Zdechovsky, an experienced Czech politician long involved in foreign affairs and security matters.
Afterwards, the conference consisted of two panels: the first on the military versus the socio-economic; the second one on socio-political strategies to fight the resurgence of the Islamic State in the Middle East, and beyond.
International High-Level Conference
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