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New War Without Borders in West Asia
SR Monitor
May 18, 2016
Minister of State for Defence Affairs tells a conference in West Asia of the need for new tactics to win modern warfare without borders
Iraq: On the Edge of Chaos
Maria Fantappie
May 16, 2016
The recent storming of Baghdad’s heavily fortified Green Zone by protesters led by Shiite cleric Moqtada al-Sadr brought to the surface a long-standing dilemma
Why Islamic State Militants Care So Much About Sykes-Picot
James Miller
May 16, 2016
Despite IS's propaganda, and 100 years after Sykes-Picot, it seems there is little appetite to rewrite the map of the Middle East.
Death and Destruction: Bin Laden's True Legacy
Scott Stewart
May 13, 2016
The 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center and Pentagon fulfilled Osama bin Laden's ambition to have the United States invade the Muslim world.
Indo-Maldives talks on Terrorism and Conservation of Religious Sites
PIB Press Release
May 6, 2016
During the recent visit of the President of Maldives to India on 11th April, 2016, the Government of Maldives highlighted the need for capacity building in view of their concerns on counter terrorism.
Politics of radicalisation: how the Maldives is failing to stem violent extremism
Azim Zahir
Apr 26, 2016
AFP Report - Daesh Fighters From 70 Countries
Security Risks Monitor
Apr 22, 2016
A Report by AFP on April 20 of a windfall of data from inside Daesh shows fighters of more than 70 nationalities joined the ruthless jihadist group, researchers said after examining thousands of records.
Pervez Hoodbhoy Questions Pak F 16 Acqn to Counter Terror
Security Risks Monitor
Apr 22, 2016
Pakistan says it desperately wants Lockheed-Martin Block-V F-16 fighter-bombers at $87 million apiece for fighting terrorists in tribal badlands such as North Waziristan, writes Pervez Hoodbhoy in DAWN on April 16
Reading The Terrorism Tea Leaves : Review of ISIS Activities
James Miller
Apr 22, 2016
But while the territory controlled by IS bears many of the hallmarks of an actual state, the "caliphate" that IS wishes to establish is not just physical. One of its goals is to conduct terrorism outside of the Middle East.
Declassified US Document Suggests Pakistan Link in 2009 CIA Base Attack
VOA News
Apr 15, 2016
A newly declassified U.S. document claims Pakistani intelligence officer paid $200,000 to militant network.
Moderate Muslims Struggle against religious fascism - Saad Hafiz
Security Risks Monitor
Apr 11, 2016
Progressive Muslims must continue their struggle against religious fascism writes Saad Hafiz.
The European Union Security Challenges as Not a Security Union
Stratfor Analysis
Mar 28, 2016
Germany, Italy, France and members of European Commission demanded global response to terrorist threat.
Brussels Blasts: The Struggle to Secure Soft Targets
Stratfor Analysis
Mar 24, 2016
Brussels scene of multiple explosions on March 22 highlighting persistent vulnerability of soft targets to simple, effective attacks
Exploiting Disorder al-Qaeda and the Islamic State
International Crisis Group Report
Mar 17, 2016
The Islamic State (IS), al-Qaeda-linked groups, Boko Haram and other extremist move­ments are protagonists in today’s deadliest crises.
Pak Justifies Nuclear Arsenal, Says India top security concern
Security Risks Monitor
Mar 5, 2016
Identifying the "strategic and conventional imbalance with India" Pakistan rejected America's call to reduce or cap nuclear arsenal.
Bangladesh Deradicalisation Imams' role vital
Security Risks Monitor
Mar 4, 2016
Only five of 185 classes casually discuss militancy in 45-day annual training programme.
CLAWS Seminar Sub Conventional Conflicts
Security Risks Monitor
Feb 23, 2016
CLAWS conducting an international seminar themed “Sub Conventional Conflicts: Emerging Threats and Challenges”at Manekshaw Centre.
Terror Tales of Two Cities!
Capt SB Tyagi
Feb 18, 2016
Remember 26/11 in Mumbai! Remember 13/11 in Paris?
MoS (Home) Shri Kiren Rijiju meets Former President of Kyrgyz Republic
PIB Press Release
Feb 18, 2016
Shri Kiren Rijiju met Mrs. Roza Otunbayeva, former President of Kyrgyz Republic.
16th International Seminar on Counter IED Strategy
PIB Press Release
Feb 13, 2016
Shri R. S. Mooshahary, ex-Governor, Meghalaya and ex-DG, NSG and BSF addressed 16th International Seminar on Counter IED Strategy.
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