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Zapad-2013: A View From Helsinki

As a full-fledged war between Ukrainian forces and Russian-backed irregulars rages on in Ukraine’s eastern region of Donbas, Western defense experts are only now beginning to thoroughly assess the military lessons of the Russia-Ukraine conflict. Meanwhile, the Russian military again looks poised to intervene in... MORE
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China’s Strategy for the ‘Network Domain’ Conference Report

The Jamestown Foundation offers a glimpse at Chinese responses to the rise of "cyber-war." While the rise of computer network exploitation has opened new opportunities for China to gather intelligence—and exposed U.S. government agencies and corporations to risks of espionage—Chinese planners are keenly aware of... MORE
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Instability in Nigeria: The Domestic Factors

On June 19, 2012, The Jamestown Foundation held a conference on Boko Haram entitled "Threats to Nigeria's Security: Boko Haram and Beyond" at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, DC. This report consists of select conference proceedings from the panel entitled, "Instability in... MORE
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An Outline of Kurdish Islamist Groups in Iraq

Abstract: This article outlines the history and genesis of Kurdish Islamist groups in Iraq. Based on fieldwork and personal interviews conducted in Iraq in 2003 and 2004, this study presents a significant amount of never-before published details about these movements. Particular attention is paid to... MORE
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A History of Islamist Militancy in Pakistani Punjab

Pakistan’s Punjab Province is home to some of the world’s most insidious terrorist groups and Islamist political organizations. Islamist and jihadist groups, organized under different Islamic sects, have flourished in Punjab and among Punjabis elsewhere. The roots of Islamist militancy in the Muslim Punjab can... MORE
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The Crimea: Europe’s Next Flashpoint?

Russia has always had a difficult time reconciling itself to accepting Ukraine as an independent state and a country that is outside its sphere of influence. Russia has an even more impossible time recognizing Ukraine’s sovereignty over the Crimea and the port of Sevastopol -... MORE
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Shrinking Ground: Russia’s Decline in Global Arms Sales

Given the recent “reset” policy put in place by the Obama administration with regards to Russia policy, a closer look into the Kremlin’s arm sales practices might prove critical for anyone attempting to decipher Moscow’s foreign policy ambitions.  In Shrinking Ground: Russia’s Decline in Global... MORE
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