Peter Knoope is a career diplomat who was inter alia Head of
Mission to Afghanistan and headed the Humanitarian Aid section at
the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Currently Peter is a Senior Visiting Fellow at the International Centre
for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague (ICCT). He was the Director of
ICCT from its inception until August 2014. Prior to his arrival at
ICCT he was Deputy Director of the Policy and Strategy Department
of the Dutch National Coordinator for Counter-Terrorism (NCTb). The
NCTb was established in 2005, following the terrorist attacks in
Madrid of 11 March 2004 and the killing of Theo van Gogh in the
Netherlands, and is responsible for the development and
coordination of the government wide counter-terrorism strategy in the Netherlands. He was involved in the development of the NCTb from its inception and was responsible for the coordination between the Dutch government’s national and international counter-terrorism policy.
He has also worked in development cooperation and research programmes in Tanzania, Cameroon and Senegal.
Dr. Peter Knoope
Associate Fellow and Former Director, International Centre for Counter-Terrorism (ICCT), The Netherlands
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