Crisis and Risk Network (CRN)
1999 Zurich Switzerland
1999, Zurich (Switzerland), as a complementary network to U-XF3895 - International Relations and Security Network (ISN), based at G-XG5021 - Center for Security Studies (CSS). Original title: Comprehensive Risk Analysis and Management Network (CRN). Swiss-Swedish Initiative based on the Comprehensive Risk Analysis Switzerland Project "Umfassende Risikoanalyse Schweiz", launched in 1991 and commissioned by the Swiss parliament. In 1999, project transferred from the Central Office for General Defence to the Center for Security Studies at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich). Activities terminated 2010.
As a Specialized Network and a subject-focused platform through which experts explore common aims and interests, share content and ideas and serve the interests of a common audience; function as an electronic platform for the international risk profiling dialogue; offer an inventory of existing approaches to risk profiling, risk analysis and risk assessment.
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As a complementary service to the International Relations and Security Network (ISN), the CRN is run by the Center for Security Studies (CSS) at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich). One head (CRN Coordinator) reports to Director of CSS.
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