INTELBRIEFS

May 22, 2024

IntelBrief: Kuwait Faces an Uncertain Future After Legislature is Suspended

For the past six decades, Kuwait has stood out as among the freest and open Arab states of the Persian Gulf, centered on the country’s 1962 constitution and its vibrant, elect......

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May 21, 2024

IntelBrief: Iranian President’s Death Compounds Regional Turmoil

The unexpected May 19 death of Iran’s President Ibrahim Raisi in the crash of the helicopter returning him and Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian from an official visit......

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May 20, 2024

IntelBrief: Robbing Peter to Pay Paul? Balancing Counterterrorism & Great Power Competition

A common refrain around the Beltway in Washington D.C. these days is that those entities tasked with upholding the counterterrorism mission are bereft of the resources — fundi......

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May 17, 2024

IntelBrief: The EU Seeks to Fund Ukraine’s Military Through Profits of Russian Frozen Assets

Last Wednesday, the EU countries agreed to use the vast profits generated from frozen assets from the Central Bank of Russia to aid Ukraine’s military efforts.......

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May 16, 2024

IntelBrief: How Washington’s Adversaries Learn from One Another to Compete Strategically

Russian President Vladimir Putin is in China this week to meet with his counterpart, Chinese leader Xi Jinping, where discussions will likely focus on a range of issues encompas......

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