INTELBRIEFS

February 25, 2019

IntelBrief: Reluctant Justice for Returning Foreign Fighters and Families 

Most Western nations’ counterterrorism measures are disproportionate to the threat and even counter-productive. The best illustration of this is the ‘Global War on Terror,......

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February 22, 2019

IntelBrief: Energy and Aid as Leverage in Venezuela 

To continue pressuring the Maduro regime in Venezuela, the United States has pushed through sanctions targeting the country’s national oil company......

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February 21, 2019

IntelBrief: Approaching a Dangerous Precipice in South Asia 

When two nuclear-armed rivals with a history of armed conflict decide to recall their respective ambassadors, as India and Pakistan did following a suicide bombing in Kashmir ju......

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February 20, 2019

IntelBrief: A Tenuous Peace Deal in the Central African Republic 

Earlier this month, fourteen armed groups from Central African Republic agreed to a peace agreement following talks in Khartoum, Sudan, following negotiations which began on Jan......

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February 19, 2019

IntelBrief: The Islamic State Will Live on Through Its Affiliates

President Trump recently announced the end of the so-called Islamic State’s caliphate in Iraq and Syria, tweeting ‘We are pulling back after 100% Caliphate victory.’......

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