About Us

About Us

Tactics Institute for Security and Counter Terrorism is an independent, non-partisan, think tank. Bringing together experience in politics and cybersecurity along with legal expertise and a pool of experts with procurement, military operations and areas studies expertise, Tactics Institute identifies trends in, and solutions to, the issues of insecurity and political violence.


To make a significant contribution to the discrediting of violence as a means of political struggle by supporting security options that bolster open, pluralistic, and cohesive societies governed by the rule of law.

Who We Work With

Tactics has held events held at the European Parliament in Strasbourg, the UK Parliament, the French Senate and the École Militaire, Paris.

We have worked in partnership with a range of organisations, including Digital Communication Network - Southeastern Europe, Freedom Research Association - Turkey, Cyber Security and Management Initiative, Stractegia, European Centre for Peace in the Horn of Africa and the Embassy of the United Kingdom in Athens, Greece. We have also partnered with media outlets including La Revue de L'Afrique (Tunisia) and Medi 1 Radio (Morocco).

What we do

  • Research
  • Seminars and Workshops
  • Policy Recommendations for Governments and Government Agencies
  • Conduct in-depth due diligence and risk assessment reports with a specialization in the Balkans and the Middle East-North Africa regions
  • Support stakeholder consultation on behalf of various agencies and organisations
  • Our areas of focus include: Islamic radicalisation in non-Muslim societies; strategic security and geopolitical dynamics including in the Horn of Africa, Europe, China and NATO
  • Assessment of social inclusion and intervention strategies to prevent radicalisation and recruitment
  • Promote learning by applying a comparative perspective in the study of anti-terrorist activity that can inform transnational cooperation and mainstream effective practices

*The views and opinions expressed in the articles and other written works on the Tactics Institute for Security and Counter Terrorism website as well as other Tactics publications are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Tactics Institute, its Executive Board, Advisory Board or Associate Researchers.