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"Somali Piracy Reflects a Troubling World"
Article on the incidence of piracy in Somalia By Rami Khouri (Belfer Center, 11/24/2008) Read More...


European Ballistic Missile Defense: Competing Interests and Reluctant Partners
European Ballistic Missile Defense: Competing Interests and Reluctant Partners
Author provides analysis of the European Ballistic Missile Defense issue and its impact on the key players involved. By Elizabeth Zolotukhina. (03/24/2009) Read More...


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Dancing To The Terrorists' Tune
The lack of faith between India and Pakistan is preventing a concerted effort to combat terrorist threats. By Jawed Nazvi (DAWN, 04/02/2009) Read More...


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Conflict in the Congo a resource war waged by US and British allies
Since Rwanda and Uganda invaded the Congo in 1996, they have pursued a plan to appropriate the wealth of Eastern Congo . By Kambale Musavuli (OEN 03/07/2009) Read More...


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Obama Hones Iran Strategy
By discarding angry rhetoric and proceeding cautiously with negotiations, the US and Iran could discover substantial common interests. By Leonard S. Spector (Yale Global, 03/16/2009o) Read More...


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A Dangerous Void in Pakistan
As the US plans to send more troops to Afghanistan, the country next door seems rudderless. By Ahmed Rashid. (YaleGlobal, 03/04/2009) Read More...


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'Civil war looms' in Madagascar
The US ambassador to Madagascar has warned the country is heading for civil war after pro-opposition soldiers forced the army chief to resign.(BBC 03/11/2009) Read More...


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Riots break out in Kenyan capital
Riots have broken out in Kenya's capital Nairobi at a rally involving hundreds of students against alleged extra-judicial killings by police. (BBC 03/11/2009) Read More...


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Senior Uganda rebel leader killed
Africa news round-up: Army hails death of Okello Yape and capture of Thomas Kwoyelo as major step to ending LRA fighting; By Annie Kelly (guardian.co.uk 03/10/2009) Read More...


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Child soldiers fight in Bawku
Warring factions in the protracted Bawku conflict are said to be recruiting child fighters to fortify their positions. The children are being used by their parents and warmongers to attack perceived o... Read More...


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Child soldiers fight in Bawku
Warring factions in the protracted Bawku conflict are said to be recruiting child fighters to fortify their positions. The children are being used by their parents and warmongers to attack perceived o... Read More...


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A jungle alliance that may just endure
SCRUFFY but happy, Timothy is keen to talk about his new life in Rwanda. A former captain in a guerrilla army across the nearby border in the dense jungles of eastern Congo, he has spent most of his l... Read More...


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Drug barons discover Africa
The price of cocaine is falling as traffickers use unstable nations such as Guinea as conduits. Perhaps the EU should stop them By Caroline Sourt (The Guardian o3/01/2009) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Christophe Bluth
IA-Forum Interview: Christophe Bluth
IA-Forum speaks to Professor Christophe Bluth at Leeds University about the current state of the ‘War on Terror.’ By Chris York (03/04/2009) Read More...


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Somali pirate patrol: Day five
The BBC's Jonah Fisher has joined British Royal Navy frigate HMS Northumberland as it patrols the Gulf of Aden in an EU taskforce to deter Somali pirates. By (BBC o3/02/2009) Read More...


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Afghanistan: A Misread War
The illusions, evasions, and distractions of 2002 help explain the crisis of 2009. By Paul Rogers (Open Democracy, 02/27/2009) Read More...


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Center Stage for the Twenty-first Century: Power Plays in the Indian Ocean
Robert Kaplan analyzes the increasing geostrategic significance of the Indian Ocean, with a special emphasis on an ascendant China. (Foreign Affairs, March/April 2009) Read More...


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State of insecurity
By Faisal al Yafai (The Guardian, 02/23/2009) Read More...


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The Role of Russia in Europe's Security Architecture
The Russian Analytical Digest discusses security models in the context of Russia and its relations with Europe and the United States. By Margarete Klein, et al. (Russian and Eurasian Security Network,... Read More...


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RIEAS
The objective of the Research Institute for European and American Studies (RIEAS) is to promote the understanding of international affairs. Special attention is devoted to transatlantic relations, int... Read More...


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Tackling the terrorist threat in Britain
IA-Forum asks: "The head of the U.K.'s domestic security service MI5 announced at the beginning of January that the threat of an immediate terrorist attack on Britain had receded. In the light of thes... Read More...


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Moscow Indicates It Won't Be Ignored in the 'Near Abroad'
In an interview with the Council on Foreign Relations, S. Frederick Starr of the Central Asia-Caucasus Institute at Johns Hopkins University discusses the causes and consequences of Kyrgyz President K... Read More...


Self-Inflicted Wounds in the War on Terror
Self-Inflicted Wounds in the War on Terror
UNESCO Peace Chair Madhav Nalapat discusses democracy, extremism and the prospects for security in India following the Mumbai attacks. (02/09/2009) Read More...


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Russia and Iran's Missiles
Even though Moscow claims to welcome the Obama administration's initiative to engage in direct talks with Iran, it is unlikely to alter its public stance that Iran is neither building a nuclear weapon... Read More...


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Failed States: Fixing a Broken World
Failing states continue to pose a threat to both their neighbors and the greater international community. A close examination of recent history reveals varying correlations between failed or weak stat... Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Peter Kuznick
IA-Forum Interview: Peter Kuznick
IA-Forum speaks with American University Prof. Peter Kuznick about U.S. nuclear policy and his work at the Nuclear Studies Institute. By Valentine Pasquesoone. (IA-Forum, 02/07/2009) Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: Richard Jackson
IA-Forum Interview: Richard Jackson
IA-Forum speaks with Richard Jackson, author of ‘Critical Terrorism Studies: A New Research Agenda’ about the case for critical terrorism studies. By William Taggart (01/30/2008) Read More...


Asian Space Race?
Asian Space Race?
As India, China, Japan and South Korea chase the economic and strategic benefits of cosmic exploration, Jason Miks asks whether a new Asia-centric space race is looming. (This article originally appea... Read More...


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CIA uses British informants to track terrorism
Many U.S. intelligence officials see the Islamist extremist presence in Britain as a primary threat to U.S. security. MI5 and CIA have been cooperating on the Islamist terror threat since 9/11, howev... Read More...


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Mumbai attacks seen as model for future terrorism
Although governments remain justifiably concerned about the possibility of CBRN attacks, U.S. intelligence and law enforcement officials warn Congress of the greater likelihood of ‘low tech’ attacks o... Read More...


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