Cyber Transparency for Thee, But Not For Me

In Beijing, a reminder for Hagel that the U.S. and China face divergent incentives on cyber policy

U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel’s latest trip to Beijing represented a new milestone in Sino-U.S. military-to-military...

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Ukraine’s Crisis, Russia’s Policy, Western Responses

April 21, 2014

Monday, April 21, 2014

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Is the End in Sight for Colombia’s FARC Insurgency?

April 18, 2014

Colombia’s Marxist Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias de Colombia (FARC) began its armed struggle in 1964. Fifty years later, FARC representatives and Colombian government officials are negotiating in Havana in peace talks initiated...

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Terrorist Campaign Strikes Mombasa as Somali Conflict Spreads South

April 18, 2014

Kenyan authorities in the coastal city of Mombasa arrested two individuals on March 17 as they drove a vehicle laden with explosives into the city. Authorities believed that the two men were part of a larger cell of 11 who were...

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The Olympic Truce Between Russia and Georgia

April 18, 2014

The chief of the Federal Security Service of Russia (FSB), Alexander Bortnikov, stated at an April 9 meeting of the Russian security services and law enforcement agencies that the FSB thwarted a terrorist attack during the Winter...

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Victory Over North Caucasus Insurgency Remains Elusive for Moscow

April 18, 2014

The Russian authorities have admitted that the situation involving the insurgency in the North Caucasus has no clear positive outlook for the government. The Main Directorate of the Russian Ministry of Interior in the North...

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Further Rapprochement in Russo-Chinese Relations? Opportunities Versus Roadblocks

April 18, 2014

Russian President Vladimir Putin is scheduled to visit China for a summit in May. In advance of that meeting, Russian sources are again claiming that an agreement on a gas pipeline will be reached between Gazprom and its Chinese...

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In a Shifting Political Landscape, Hezbollah Repositions Itself as the Anti-Terrorist Defender of Lebanon

April 18, 2014

The growing perception in the Arab Middle East that Syria’s military has recently gained the upper hand in Syria’s civil war over an armed opposition that includes a number of politically dangerous extremist groups is leading to...

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Azerbaijan and the Southern Gas Corridor to Europe: Implications for U.S. and European Energy Security – Conference Report

February 27, 2014

On Friday, September 13, 2013, The Jamestown Foundation hosted an event at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace entitled, "Azerbaijan and the Southern Gas Corridor to Europe: Implications for U.S. and European...

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Militant Leadership Monitor - November 2013 Issue

November 27, 2013

The November Issue of Militant Leadership Monitor features two briefs by Nicholas A. Heras. The first focuses on the recent announcement of the formation of al-Jabhat al-Islamiya (Islamic Front), a coalition of seven powerful...

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Unmasking Terror Volume II: A Global Review of Terrorist Activities

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September 19, 2006 02:39 PM

Unmasking Terror Volume II, brings together over 50 experts on terrorism, intelligence and security.


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New York Times Quotes Senior Fellow Willy Lam

April 15, 2014

Jamestown Senior Fellow Willy Lam was quoted in an article in the New York Times, headlined "China’s Actions in Hunt for Jet Are Seen as Hurting as Much as Helping"

 

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BBC News Interviwed Jamestown Senior Fellow Roger McDermott

April 14, 2014

On April 14, Jemestown Senior Fellow Roger McDermott was interviewed by BBC News regarding the possibility of a Crimea scenario being repeated in Eastern Ukraine.

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