June 11, 2021
IntelBrief: Diplomacy Stalls Amidst Spiraling Violence in Myanmar Since the Coup
Four months on, Myanmar still faces the political, security, and human rights challenges brought on by the February 1 military coup, as civilian protests persist. Myanmar is fac......READ MORE
June 10, 2021
IntelBrief: With Shekau Dead, What is the Future of Jihad in West Africa?
Abubakar Shekau was Boko Haram’s first leader after the group launched an insurgency that started in Nigeria and subsequently spread to Niger, Cameroon, and Chad, beginning in......READ MORE
June 09, 2021
IntelBrief: What is China’s Strategy in Afghanistan Once the U.S. Withdraws?
As the United States prepares to withdraw from Afghanistan, countries in the region are preparing their respective strategies to take advantage of the resulting power vacuum......READ MORE
June 08, 2021
IntelBrief: Spreading Instability in Peru and Growing Concerns of Sendero Revival
With votes from Peru’s election on Sunday still being counted, there is widespread concern throughout the country that growing instability could lead to the resurgence of Send......READ MORE
June 07, 2021
IntelBrief: Iran-Backed Militias Continue to Roil Iraq
Eighteen years after the U.S.-led invasion that toppled the regime of Saddam Hussein, Iraq is still struggling to achieve stability and consolidate the authority of its national......READ MORE