Global Pathfinder Database
The ICPVTR Terrorism Database – Global Pathfinder – is a one-stop repository for information on the current and emerging terrorist threat. The database focuses on terrorism and political violence in the Asia-Pacific region – comprising of Southeast Asia, North Asia, South Asia, Central Asia and Oceania.
Global Pathfinder is an integrated database containing comprehensive profiles of terrorist groups, key terrorist personalities, terrorist and counter-terrorist incidents as well as terrorist training camps . It also contains specific details and analyses of significant terrorist attacks in the form of terrorist attack profiles. Pathfinder also has a collection of primary documents that include the Al Qaeda papers from Afghanistan (the originals of which are preserved in the Centre), and the Al Qaeda blue print for fighting in Iraq. It also has documents such as Ber Jihad di Pattani – the ideological basis of the struggle for a separate state by Southern Thai Muslims, as well as, PUPJI, the Founding Charter of Jemaah Islamiyah, recovered, translated and analysed by the Centre’s specialists.
In addition to providing the latest information on terrorist attacks and pronouncements, Global Pathfinder also includes over a hundred terrorist training manuals, counter terrorism legislations and conventions, analytical papers on terrorist ideologies, commentaries on terrorist trends and patterns, transcripts of landmark cases, interviews with terrorists as well as photographs from different conflict zones across the world. Further, Global Pathfinder also has a huge collection of jihadi websites, the contents of which are routinely translated and analysed by our analysts. This analysis helps develop an understanding of the developments in the ideological spectrum and trajectory of the terrorist threat, in both in tactical as well as strategic space.
For futher enquires or to subscribe to the Global PathFinder Database, please email Ng Suat Peng.
Last updated on 11/10/2016