INTELBRIEFS

July 14, 2020

IntelBrief: The Troubling Trend of Vehicle Ramming Attacks

Amidst the protests and demonstrations in the wake of the murder of George Floyd, there has been a surge in vehicle ramming attacks, with many aimed at crowds of peaceful demonstrators...

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July 13, 2020

IntelBrief: Mysterious Explosions Continue to Rock Iran 

A number of unexplained explosions have taken place in Iran in June and July 2020. Most notable among them was a June 25 explosion at a facility in the town of Khojir, east of Tehran, most closely associated with Iran’s ballistic missile program...

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July 10, 2020

IntelBrief: Politicizing Intelligence is Harmful to the United States

During the lead up to the United States’ catastrophic 2003 invasion of Iraq, the Bush administration tried, with some success, to ‘cherry pick’ intelligence that supported their casus belli for the war...

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July 09, 2020

IntelBrief: Rewarding Bad Behavior? Saudi Arabia and the G-20 Summit in Riyadh

Earlier this week, UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab announced that nearly fifty different individuals and organizations tied to human rights abuses would be sanctioned in the United Kingdom...

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July 08, 2020

IntelBrief: Can Diplomacy Solve Escalating Tensions over Ethiopia’s Dam Project?

Scholars who study conflict predict that in the future, wars will be fought over access to scarce resources, an issue certain to be exacerbated by climate change and shifting migratory patterns. But these conflicts are already happening...

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