The Counterterrorism and Humanitarian Engagement Project seeks to inform and shape debate regarding the intersecting trajectories of counterterrorism norms and humanitarian principles. Part of its efforts in that connection include a Research and Policy Publications Series and a Bibliography of relevant resources.
Since March 2013, the CHE Project has published the following documents as part of its Research and Policy Publications series:
- A Research and Policy Paper by Sean Watts titled “Under Siege: International Humanitarian Law and Security Council Practice concerning Urban Siege Operations” (May 2014);
- A Research and Policy Paper analyzing Contemporary Counterterrorism-related Clauses in Humanitarian Grant and Partnership Agreement Contracts (May 2014);
- A Research and Policy Paper analyzing Contemporary Anti-Diversion Policies and Practices of Humanitarian Organizations (May 2014);
- A Research and Policy Paper by Neal Cohen, Robert Hasty, and Ashley Winton on “Implications of the USAID Partner Vetting System and State Department Risk Analysis and Management System under European Union and United Kingdom Data Protection and Privacy Law” (March 2014);
- A Research and Policy Paper on Partner Vetting in Humanitarian Assistance: An Overview of Pilot USAID and State Department Programs (November 2013);
- A Background Briefing on Congressional Inquiries (March 2013);
- A Background Briefing on Counterterrorism and Humanitarian Engagement in Somalia and Mali (March 2013);
- A Research and Policy Paper on Enterprise Risk Management: A New Approach to Managing the Risks Posed by Counterterrorism Regulations (March 2013); and
- A Background Briefing on OFAC Licensing (March 2013).