INTELBRIEFS

June 10, 2020

IntelBrief: Tensions between China and India Have Asia—and the World—on Edge

For the past several weeks, China and India—two nuclear-armed powers and the countries with the two largest populations in the world—have been engaged in an increasingly ten......

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June 09, 2020

IntelBrief: Domestic Challenges Impact U.S. Middle East Policy

As the Presidential election approaches in November, President Trump is attempting to manage two simultaneous domestic crises, the combination of which has implications for U.S ......

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June 08, 2020

IntelBrief: AQIM Leader Killed, but Al-Qaeda Remains a Highly Resilient Adversary

Over the weekend, the French military claimed that its forces had killed the leader of al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM), Abdelmalek Droukdal, in northern Mali.......

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June 05, 2020

IntelBrief: What Protests in the United States Have in Common with Protest Movements Worldwide

For years, Americans have looked on as protest movements catalyzed overseas, from the so-called ‘Color Revolutions’ that swept through former Soviet Union countries in the m......

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June 04, 2020

IntelBrief: Iran’s Shifting Posture in Syria

In statements and interviews last month, Israeli defense leaders and U.S. officials said they had seen evidence of ‘tactical displacement’ of Iranian military forces from Sy......

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