INTELBRIEFS

January 13, 2023

IntelBrief: Japan Makes Strides Toward Normalizing its Status as a Military Power

Last week, as Japan took a seat in the UN Security Council as an elected member for the next two years, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida completed a five-nation tour, meeting with G......

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January 12, 2023

IntelBrief: Russia Using the United Arab Emirates as a Sanctions Evasion Hub

More than 50 years after its formation, the UAE, a federation of seven emirates (principalities), has become an important crossroads for many nationalities and cultures. The cou......

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January 11, 2023

IntelBrief: China Strives to Undermine the Predominance of the U.S. Dollar

As of the beginning of 2023, China, the primary global economic and strategic competitor of the United States, is seeking to undo the nearly eight-decade pre-eminence of the U.......

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January 10, 2023

IntelBrief: Far-Right Extremists Threaten Brazil’s Democracy

Over the weekend, thousands of supporters of Brazil’s former President Jair Bolsonaro stormed government buildings and institutions in what President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silv......

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January 09, 2023

IntelBrief: The Secrets Are Out In the Open

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), the U.S. foreign intelligence agency, has an unofficial motto and organizational ethos of “If it isn’t secret, it isn’t important.......

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