19 Apr 2016
EUISS Yearbook of European Security (YES) 2016
Author: Federica Mogherini, Antonio Missiroli
European Union Institute for Security Studies (EUISS)
This yearbook reviews the EU’s external action activities during the past year, including the CFSP and CSDP policies it pursued and the geographic and thematic instruments it used.
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10 Apr 2016
The Families of Terrorists and Assigned Residence: The Legal framework
Author: Pnina Sharvit Baruch, Keren Aviram
Institute for National Security Studies (INSS)
In the wake of violent attacks by individual Palestinians in 2015 and early 2016, Israeli officials considered various ways to quell the surge.
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8 Apr 2016
Steps Toward Stabilising Syria's Northern Border
Author: International Crisis Group
International Crisis Group (ICG)
This briefing worries about the further destabilization of an already heated conflict between Turkey, the Kurds (PKK and YPG) and the so-called Islamic State (IS) on Syria’s northern border.
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4 Apr 2016
Revamping India’s Counter-Terrorism Approach
Author: Akanksha Narain, Vikram Rajakumar
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)
Given the growing dangers of transnational terrorism in India and South Asia, this commentary argues that it's time for New Delhi to move beyond its Pakistan-centered vision of counterterrorism.
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Indonesian Students in Egypt and Turkey
Author: Anthony Bubalo, Sidney Jones, Navhat Nuraniyah
Lowy Institute for International Policy
This report focuses on the effects the ongoing turmoil in the Middle East is having on Indonesian students studying in Egypt and Turkey.
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CTC Sentinel 9 (4)
Author: Aymenn Al-Tamimi, Bryan Price, Christopher Anzalone, Chris Zambelis, Stefano Bonino, Mokhtar Away
Combating Terrorism Center (CTC)
The feature article of this issue of the Sentinel describes how the so-called Islamic State is under increasing military, financial and administrative strain.
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