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NEWS

AJE

Myanmar needs to get serious about peace

BY admin / June 30, 2017

Impunity for military abuses in Myanmar must come to an end.

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NEWS

India and China troops clash along Himalayan border

BY Meredith Stricker / August 16,2017

A confrontation occurred between Indian and Chinese soldiers along a disputed border in the western Himalayas, Indian officials said on Tuesday.

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Guardian

Iran says it could quit nuclear deal if US keeps adding sanctions

BY Meredith Stricker / August 16,2017

President Hassan Rouhani says Trump has shown the world that Washington is ‘not a good partner’

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NEWS

Suicide Bombers Kill 27, Wound 83 in Northeast Nigeria

BY Meredith Stricker / August 16,2017

A woman blew herself up and killed 27 other people at a market in northeast Nigeria on Tuesday in an attack bearing the hallmark of Boko Haram militants, two local officials said.

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Washington Post

Defiant Trump again blames “both sides” in Virginia protest

BY Meredith Stricker / August 16,2017

President Donald Trump defiantly blamed “both sides” for the weekend violence between white supremacists and counter-demonstrators in Virginia, seeking to rebuff the widespread criticism of his...

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AJE

Saudi Arabia to reopen border with Iraq after 27 years

BY admin / August 15, 2017

Arar crossing to reopen for transportation of goods after Riyadh establishes joint trade commission with Baghdad.

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INTELBRIEF

INTELBRIEF

TSC IntelBrief: The Yazidi Genocide and the Quest for Justice

BY Matt L. / August 09,2017

August 3 marked the third anniversary of the Islamic State assault on the Sinjar region of northern Iraq, the historic homeland of the country’s Yazidi community.

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INTELBRIEF

TSC IntelBrief: Terrorism and Recidivism in the U.S.

BY Matt L. / August 08,2017

Within the United States, the so-called ‘war on terror’ has been fought primarily, and largely successfully, by law enforcement and civilian courts.

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TSC IntelBrief: U.S. Politics in the Disinformation Era

BY Matt L. / August 07,2017

Twitter has become ground zero for a new and developing form of information warfare in which bots work to drive public sentiment and ‘news’ in coordinated fashion.

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INTELBRIEF

TSC IntelBrief: The White House’s Elusive Afghanistan Strategy

BY Matt L. / August 04,2017

On August 3, 2017, the U.S. identified the two American soldiers who were killed when a suicide bomber attacked their convoy in Kandahar, Afghanistan.

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INTELBRIEF

TSC IntelBrief: The Potential Unraveling of the Iran Nuclear Deal

BY Matt L. / August 03,2017

On July 17, President Trump, with reported reluctance, issued his second 90-day certification that Iran is complying with its commitments under the July 2015 landmark multilateral nuclear agreement...

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TSC IntelBrief: Women’s Rights and Violent Conflict Prevention

BY Matt L. / August 02,2017

On August 1, the Jordanian parliament revoked a law that allowed rapists to avoid jail or other criminal punishment on the stipulation that they marry their victims.

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BLOG

BLOG

The continuing threat of Islamic State

BY Meredith Stricker / July 24,2017

Former FBI agent, Ali Soufan, says so-called Islamic State will continue to pose a threat in some form despite Iraqi forces declaring victory in Mosul.

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BLOG

Islamic State is Dying on the Battlefield-and Winning on the Internet

BY Meredith Stricker / July 24,2017

The war against the terror group’s ideology will have to be waged for years.

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BLOG

Incomplete victory

BY Meredith Stricker / July 24,2017

Even after the Mosul victory, there is fear in Iraq.

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BLOG

He talked about committing a terrorist attack. He’ll go to prison for 10 years.

BY Meredith Stricker / July 24,2017

If he could not join the Islamic State overseas, Yusuf Wehelie once said, he would massacre military recruits in Springfield, Va. He especially wanted to kill Marines.

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