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On February 28, 2013, The Jamestown Foundation held its third annual conference on China Defense and Security, at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, DC. This full-length DVD covers four conference panels featuring: An introduction by Admiral Timothy Keating, Former Commander, U.S. Pacific Command; remarks by Dr. Willy... MORE
This issue of Militant Leadership Monitor includes in-depth analyses of Ansaru's Khalid al-Barnawi, the Niger Delta's al-Haji Mujahid Dokubu-Asari, succession scenarios after Talabani, and the second part of a who's who in the Jordanian Opposition.
In this Special Report “Pakistan’s Tribal Militants: Profiles from the Pashtun and Baloch Insurgencies,” we examine some of Pakistan’s tribal militant leaders in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and the North West Frontier Province (NWFP) as well as the tribal insurgency in Pakistan’s south,... MORE
This issue of Militant Leadership Monitor includes in-depth portraits of Tripoli's Hussam Abdullah Sabbagh, Hamas Political Bureau Chief Khalid Meshaal, Egypt's Muhammad al-Zawahiri and the Toulouse gunman Muhammad Merah.
This report features a collection of recent analysis written in Jamestown's flagship publication, Eurasia Daily Monitor. The included articles were written by Jamestown's foremost experts on Belarus and cover a wide array of subjects such as Minsk's attempts to juggle its relationship with the West... MORE
This issue of Militant Leadership Monitor includes profiles of Alghabass ag Intallah, Syrian Major General Abdulaziz al-Shalal, Who's Who in the Jordanian Opposition, Mullah Nazir the "Good Taliban" and Female PKK leader Sakine Cansiz.
In this Quarterly Special Report (QSR) on Mayhem in Mali, we focus on the various Islamist fighters who have taken over northern Mali. The QSR includes profiles of important personalities in the Sahel region such as Abou Zeid, a brutal, committed and resilient militant under... MORE
On December 12, 2012, The Jamestown Foundation held its annual conference on global terrorism, "Implications of the Arab Spring for Insurgencies, the Jihadist Movement and al-Qaeda" at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, DC. This full-length DVD covers opening and closing remarks, a... MORE
The Occasional Paper, entitled “Northern Nigeria’s Boko Haram: The Prize in Al-Qaeda’s Africa Strategy” is now available for purchase on our website. This Occasional Paper examines the evolution of al-Qaeda’s Africa strategy from its focus on East Africa in the 1990s to the entire African... MORE
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
In this Special Report on the Libya Elections we examine the entrance of militant leaders into the political scene as the country recovers from several decades of Gaddafi's rule. This 2012 Quarterly Special Report features five articles and a timeline commissioned by The Jamestown Foundation.... MORE
A retrospective of the 20 years of independence experienced by the countries of the South Caucasus clearly demonstrates the difficulties involved in building a state and restoring an economy after more than 70 years of Soviet rule. Each one of the three post-Soviet republics of... MORE
In this “Special Report on The Syrian Uprising: A Focus on Parties and Leadership” we examine the roles of key religious, military, and political actors in the Syrian uprising. This 2012 Quarterly Special Report features five brand-new articles commissioned by The Jamestown Foundation and one highly... MORE
On November 14, 2011, The Jamestown Foundation held a conference on Central Asia entitled, “Central Asia, Afghanistan and the New Silk Road: Political Economic and Security Challenges” at the University Club in Washington, DC. This full-length transcription covers three conference panels and keynote remarks featuring:... MORE
On November 14, 2011, The Jamestown Foundation held a conference on Central Asia entitled, “Central Asia, Afghanistan and the New Silk Road: Political Economic and Security Challenges” at the University Club in Washington, DC. This full-length DVD covers three conference panels and keynote remarks featuring:... MORE
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