World Federation of Scientists Permanent Monitoring Panel on Terrorism
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|World Federation of Scientists Permanent Monitoring Panel on Terrorism|
A panel of the World Federation of Scientists.
- The Permanent Monitoring Panel on Terrorism was established with the objective of identifying scientific and do-able solutions to contain and possibly eliminate the growing scourge and its impact. The Permanent Monitoring Panel on Terrorism brings together a large group of eminent scientists and scholars in regular session in Erice every May. Its consideration of the subject is divided into two sub-groups, the first entitled “Motivations” and the second “Mitigation”. While these two sub-groups view the problem from different angles, the two approaches are entirely complementary, as neither can succeed in resolving the problem alone.
Members of the Panel
- Ambassador Ahmad Kamal (Pakistan)
Sub Group Chairs
Members and Associate Members
- Khurshid Ahmad (Pakistan); Hussein Saleh Al-Shahristani (Iraq); Scott Atran (USA); Diego Buriot (France); Kevin Clark (U.K); Roland Dierstein (Germany); Adam Driks (USA); Baruch Fischhoff (USA); Bertil Galland (Switzerland); Munther J. Haddadin (Jordan); Pervez Hoodbhoy (Pakistan); Reiner K. Huber(Germany); Vasiliy Krivokhizha (Russia); Sally Leivesley (Australia); Ron G. Manley (U.K); Christoph Mayrhofer (Germany); Ariel Merari (Israel); Mohiaddin Mesbahi (Iran); Alan Leigh Moore (USA); Marc Sageman (USA); Carlo Strenger (Israel); Richard Wilson (USA); Georg Witschel (Germany)
Publications, Resources and Notes