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Al-Qaeda in Yemen
A recently captured document written by Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) reveals an unusual degree of self-reflection
South Sudan crisis
Amid sharp confusion in South Sudan as ethnic fighting escalated and the army warned of a mobilizing fighting force called the
Lurking danger
There are various kinds of terrorism in East Africa (Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania) and the Horn (Sudan, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, and Somalia).
Failed intervention
Mali is becoming Africa’s Afghanistan as Islamic terrorists find it easy to operate and get cheap recruits to carry out the
Stabilizing efforts: The crisis in Mali and international intervention
Since early 2012, with the ouster of President Amandou Toumani Toure in a coup, Mali has been heading towards a crisis. The ethnic Tuaregs
Crippling effect: Strong evolution could dominate cyber warfare
The exponential expansion of the computer and information network which has helped turn the world into a ‘global village’ has also brought
Cohesive action: India and US to jointly fight cyber war
India and US are now seriously gearing up to jointly fight the invisible war, which can prove to be much more disastrous than a conventional war.
Rising fast: Growth of Al-Qaeda in Islamic Maghreb
Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb is one of the fastest growing terrorist organisations in the world. Not only has this group been able to recruit members from all over the northern African region-but it is also one of the wealthiest terrorists groups in Africa. With regards to becoming one of the most successful terrorists groups,
Groping in dark: A foreign or domestic attack?
The attack at Boston marathon that caught everyone’s attention on April 15 has raised many unanswered questions.
Tackling predators: Anti-piracy operations in Gulf of Aden
Piracy in the Gulf of Aden, off the coast of Somalia, has become a destabilizing force in the region. The seas, as Global Commons, allow for nations to exercise community rights of peaceful use of the seas.