INTELBRIEFS

March 19, 2019

IntelBrief: The Trump Administration’s Budget Misses the Mark

On March 11, the Trump administration submitted its proposed budget for 2020, which demonstrates priorities largely divorced from current realities......

READ MORE

March 18, 2019

IntelBrief: Christchurch and the Globalization of Right-Wing Terrorism

A self-described right-wing activist is charged with killing at least 50 people and injuring at least 50 others in Christchurch, New Zealand. The attack occurred during Friday p......

READ MORE

March 15, 2019

IntelBrief: How Economic & Political Tensions Impact the Sino-Pakistani Relationship

Sino-Pakistani relations are deepening on all fronts—economically, politically, and militarily—shifting the power dynamics on the Indian subcontinent. In late 2018, Beijing ......

READ MORE

March 14, 2019

IntelBrief: Balancing Liberty and Security in the Fight Against Terrorist Propaganda

In February, as part of its Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Act, the United Kingdom passed a law that criminalizes accessing terrorist propaganda and other related materia......

READ MORE

March 13, 2019

IntelBrief: The Toxic Half-Life of Strongman Rule

Sustained protests to topple long-standing autocratic governments generate international attention when successful, but more often than not, authoritarians outlast periodic spik......

READ MORE
SUBSCRIBE TO INTELBRIEFS