Our research focuses on civilian and homeland security issues. From counter-terrorism and intelligence policies to social resilience and economic aspects of security, BIGS takes on topics that are at the center of the enduring conflict between liberty, security and prosperity. We analyze homeland security policies from a local (i.e. Brandenburg), German as well as an international perspective.

Die Kosten des Extremismus

  • February 2019
  • Neil Ferguson, Johannes Rieckmann, Tim H. Stuchtey
  • Number 9 Perspectives on Homeland Security

The Brandenburg Institute for Society and Security (BIGS) was commissioned by the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) to conduct a short study on the costs of extremism using the example of […]