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GRIP

  • Private
  • Non-profit
  • International
Overview

Founded in 1979, the Group for Research and Information on Peace and security (GRIP) emerged in the specific context of the Cold War. Hence, the first publications focused on the balance of power resulting from the East-West confrontation. Throughout the 1980s, GRIP became well-known for the accuracy of its analyses and information reports on the arms race, its mechanisms and the interests at stake. With the fall of the Berlin wall and the emergence of new geostrategic dynamics, GRIP has broadened its scope of research and focuses primarily now on security issues. GRIP has acquired recognised expertise in armament and disarmament issues (production, legislation, transfer control, non-proliferation), conflict prevention and crisis management (particularly in Africa), European integration in the area of defence as well as in strategic challenges in the Asia-Pacific region.

Contact Data
Sectors
  • Academic/Research Institute
  • International
  • NGO/non-for profit
Topics
  • Civilian peacekeeping and accompaniment
  • Conflict analysis
  • Conflict prevention
Target Audience
  • Military
  • Law enforcement agencies
  • Policy makers
  • Civil servants in governments
  • General public
  • Local authorities
  • Youth
  • NGO staff
  • Women
Foundation Year 1979
Higher or Secondary Education Establishment No
Accreditation
  • Not available
Main Training Languages
  • English
  • Spanish
  • French
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