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Counter Terrorism: Historical and Social Patterns
The existing structure of law enforcement and prevailing views of terrorism are officially antiquated. Decentralisation, destabilisation and insurgent methodology using mixed techniques in multiple sites, simultaneously are the hallmarks of the new wave of terrorism E...
This forum, themed "On the Throes of Transition," will consist of a series of Occasional Papers on the topic of terrorism and promises to serve as a medium of exchange among defense planners, policy makers and intelligence analysts.
Political language is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidarity to pure wind. George Orwell
SACEUR, US Navy Admiral James Stavridis, has pointed out, rightly, that collective security in Europe requires a comprehensive approach that looks beyond combat operations. NATO’s mission aims to mitigate risks, as he astutely puts it, "at the geographic periphery of...
Arriving on military helicopters, aided by night vision cameras, the attackers opened up on their victims with AK-47s. It was a massacre.
Washington, April 2010: a summit on the possibility of nuclear terrorism, attended by 38 heads of state. Result: a joint commitment to improve nuclear security, and a marked sense that nuclear terrorism - even in dirty bomb form - was now a credible threat. An editor...
Shot in both legs, Shahruh Khan survived the Taliban attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan. "The man with big boots," Al Jazeera quoted Khan as saying, "kept on looking for students and pumping bullets into their bodies."
The premise of this second installment on Terrorism (assessment, analysis and action) is that, in order to gain a full grasp of the conditions under which movements that result in wide-scale or substantial political and economic disturbances are able to take root in d...
There has been a lot of talk about DAESH, as one of the fastest-growing global brands. The fact that they continue to build their identity unabated, online, through social media channels.  So let’s look at DAESH through the global brand lens. Any FMCG marketer will tell...
How do terrorists fit into the cyber threat? How is the UK addressing the risk to Critical National Infrastructure? Who is ultimately responsible for national cyber defence?
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