INTELBRIEFS

January 31, 2019

IntelBrief: Southeast Asia’s Vulnerability to Terrorism

Throughout Southeast Asia, entrenched rivalries, repeated splintering of terrorist organizations, and infighting between factions of jihadi groups have limited their reach in th......

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January 30, 2019

IntelBrief: Chinese Military Modernization and Implications for Taiwan

Earlier this month, China tested the ‘Guam Killer,’ an intermediate-range ballistic missile with the capability to strike U.S. bases and vessels in the Pacific, immediately ......

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January 29, 2019

IntelBrief: Jihadist Terrorism Threatens to Destabilize Burkina Faso and Its Neighbors

A series of actions undertaken by terrorists to target the international community have occurred in Burkina Faso over recent weeks, including the kidnapping of two international......

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January 28, 2019

IntelBrief: Venezuela, State Failure & an Opening for Russia in Latin America

In familiar echoes of decades past, Russia and the U.S. are once again accusing each other of supporting illegitimate dictatorships and plotting regime change in Latin America.......

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January 25, 2019

IntelBrief: Blast from the Past: The Challenge of Splinter Groups and Generational Terror

Despite recent statements by U.S. President Donald Trump, no serious terrorism experts believe that the so-called Islamic State has been defeated......

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