Terrorism

Ghosts in the Darkness: A Case for Drones

Andrew Majoran makes a case for the use of drones in warfare.
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NATO, China, and Somali Piracy: A Missed Opportunity?

As the EU and China step up joint activities in the Gulf of Aden, Paul Pryce discusses the need for closer NATO-China relations.
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The Effectiveness of Drones as a Counterterrorism Tool

Exploring how the use of drones has had a positive effect in the war on terror and combating terrorism.
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#SaveKessab

There was no new Armenian genocide in Kessab, but the dislocation of an entire community raises concern about the nature of the Syrian opposition.
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The Contemporary History of Afghanistan (1978-2014)

An exploration of Afghanistan’s turbulent history of instability and conflict leading to the significant upcoming 2014 election on April 5
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Private Military Companies will fill NATO’s Shoes

Alessandro Gagliardi analyses why PMCs may continue to operate in Afghanistan, should NATO withdraw in 2014.
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One Man’s Terrorist is Another Man’s Freedom Fighter: The Struggle for Definitional Solidarity

Andrew Majoran analyzes the issues multilateral institutions have with defining terrorism.
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You Could Have Just Asked Nicely: Analyzing the Effectiveness of Torture

Andrew Majoran analyzes the effectiveness of torture as an interrogation method.
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Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) Part 2: Leaders

In his final part of the series, Stuart looks at what makes AQAP unique as an al Qaeda affiliate.
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