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Terrorism & Counterterrorism Inside 'Operation Hemorrhage': AQAP releases special edition of Inspire
Nov 24, 2010 – Just a few weeks after publication of the second edition of Inspire magazine -- the English-language jihadist publication providing the world with a fascinating insider's view from the jihadist side... Read the rest

Terror in the Age of Genocide
Apr 1, 2010 – Genocide has long been something of a taboo subject, marked by an indelible Manichean boundary that separates those who perpetrate it (the evil ones) from those who try to stop... Read the rest

Tribe, State, and War: Balancing the Subcomponents of World Order
Nov 1, 2009 – The American grand strategic experience has been framed largely as the historic triumph of democracy over tyranny, and in its evolution as a state, from agrarian society to modern-industrial superpower,... Read the rest

Decreasing Doc Fraud
Oct 30, 2009 – Before terrorists strike, they must first gain entry to their target countries, and reside there until zero hour; and this nearly always involves some form of doc fraud to succeed.... Read the rest

President Obama: It?s Time for TRIBALCOM
Oct 26, 2009 – Tribal Conflict, the War on Terror, and the need for a new Unified Combatant Command Coalitional warfare with sub-state tribal allies has become an increasingly important method to ensure victory... Read the rest

The GWOT Reconsidered
Jul 1, 2009 – It’s Not "Us against the Terrorists" or even the "West against the Rest": It’s still "Tribe against the State," just as it's been for over five centuries.  President George W. Bush... Read the rest

The Lingering Liquid Bomb Threat: Two Years On, New Technologies and Continued Carry-On Restrictions Promise to Make Air Travel Safer
Apr 17, 2009 – A sweeping series of arrests in August 2006 revealed a nefarious plot by Al Qaeda sympathizers to use improvised binary liquid explosives to bring down ten America-bound passenger jets departing... Read the rest

Lessons from the ?Last Frontier?: Tribe/State Conflict and the Modern World
Apr 1, 2009 – Since the modern state first began to encroach upon their pristine and sparsely inhabited homeland three centuries ago, the Inuit of the Arctic have aspired to regain, or at least reassert,... Read the rest

The GWOT Reloaded: After De-naming the War on Terror, it?s Now Time for a Rethinking of its Strategy
Apr 1, 2009 – George W. Bush infamously declared “Mission Accomplished” on the deck of the USS Abraham Lincoln on May 1, 2003, formally announcing an end to major combat operations – only to... Read the rest

Special Delivery: After two centuries, letter-bombs continue their lethal legacy
Mar 6, 2009 – Letter-bombs have been an enduring tactic, an inexpensive, improvised weapon wielded in pursuit of various goals for more than two centuries. One of the first known letter-bomb attacks was made... Read the rest

Opinion Journal: India's Antiterror Blunders; Years of appeasing militants has made the problem worse
Nov 28, 2008 – As the story of the carnage in Mumbai unfolds, it is tempting to dismiss it as merely another sorry episode in India's flailing effort to combat terrorism. . . .... Read the rest

Stratfor Red Alert: Red Alert: Possible Geopolitical Consequences of the Mumbai Attacks
Nov 27, 2008 – If the Nov. 26 attacks in Mumbai were carried out by Islamist militants as it appears, the Indian government will have little choice, politically speaking, but to blame them on... Read the rest

Stratfor Red Alert: India: The Need to React
Nov 27, 2008 – A massive and well-organized attack by militants in Mumbai, India, has left nearly 100 people dead so far, promises to cut deeply into India’s foreign investment prospects and threatens to... Read the rest

Stratfor Global Security and Intelligence Report: Workplace Violence: Myths and Mitigation
Nov 26, 2008 – As the global financial crisis grinds on, it is doing more than generating foreclosures, bankruptcies and losses in the financial markets: It also means people are losing their jobs as... Read the rest

Heritage Web Memo: Pentagon Should Battle Pirates and Terrorists with Laser Technology
Nov 25, 2008 – Directed Energy Weapons, particularly those powered by lasers, have long been the stuff of science fiction. Due to recent innovations in commercial solid-state lasers and their adaptation to military uses,... Read the rest

Heritage Web Memo: Anti-Piracy Initiatives Should Reflect U.S. Maritime Interests
Nov 21, 2008 – Recent headlines have been dominated by the exploits of pirates operating in the Cape of Aden's global shipping lanes. By seizing cargo ships and oil tankers, these modern pirates have... Read the rest

Stratfor Global Security and Intelligence Report: The Barrio Azteca Trial and the Prison Gang-Cartel Interface
Nov 19, 2008 – On Nov. 3, a U.S. District Court in El Paso, Texas, began hearing a case concerning members of a criminal enterprise that calls itself Barrio Azteca (BA). The group members... Read the rest

Heritage Web Memo: The Global Response to a Terror-Generated Energy Crisis
Nov 10, 2008 – In June 2008, The Heritage Foundation invited energy scholars and policy experts to participate in a computer simulation and gaming exercise assessing the economic effects of a global petroleum energy... Read the rest

Southern Discomfort: Rising violence along southern frontier threatens to engulf border region in chaos
Nov 4, 2008 – As Americans headed to the polls in record numbers on November 4, one reason for the historic turnout was public concern with America’s open-ended and budget-straining military commitments in Iraq... Read the rest

Technology Pundits: Why Bin Laden Wants McCain to Win and Dick Cheney Wants Him to Lose
Nov 3, 2008 – Now before we start let’s be clear like 91% (http://blogs.zdnet.com) of the tech industry I already voted for Obama and believe he is the right guy for the job. But,... Read the rest

Stratfor Terrorism Intelligence Report: Jihadist Ideology and the Targeting of Humanitarian Aid Workers
Oct 22, 2008 – On the morning of Oct. 20, as humanitarian aid worker Gayle Williams walked to work in Kabul, Afghanistan, two men on a motorcycle approached and shot her multiple times before... Read the rest

Stratfor Terrorism Intelligence Report: Appraising 'The Jewel of Medina'
Oct 15, 2008 – “The Jewel of Medina,” a controversial work of historical fiction by American author Sherry Jones, was supposed to have gone on sale Oct. 15 in the United Kingdom. A series... Read the rest

Stratfor Terrorism Intelligence Report: Beyond the Post-9/11 World
Oct 8, 2008 – One day after 9/11, U.S. President George W. Bush declared a global “war on terror.” Al Qaeda had first reared its head years before in the 1993 World Trade Center... Read the rest

Stratfor Terrorism Intelligence Report: Al Qaeda and the Tale of Two Battlespaces
Oct 1, 2008 – Over the last year or so, a lot of debate has arisen over the physical strength of al Qaeda. Some experts and government officials believe that the al Qaeda organization... Read the rest

Stratfor Terrorism Intelligence Report: Militant Possibilities on the New-Old Front
Sep 17, 2008 – Over the past several months we have written quite a bit about the Russian resurgence. This discussion predates Russia’s military action in Georgia. Indeed, we have discussed the revival of... Read the rest

A Square Peg in a Round Hole: Radical Islam in Insular Southeast Asia
Sep 15, 2008 – Radical Islamic movements in the Muslim world are a critical threat to our nation and our allies. These have been present in continental Eurasia and Africa for various decades, and... Read the rest

Strategic Insights: The Strategy of Containment in Fighting Terrorism
Sep 15, 2008 – The current U.S. National Security Strategy for fighting the war against terrorism is under attack as a policy that is unsustainable, unilateral and a marked departure from past U.S. principles.... Read the rest

Stratfor Terrorism Intelligence Report: The Lessons of St. Paul
Sep 10, 2008 – On Sept. 5, two men from Austin, Texas, were charged in U.S. District Court in Minneapolis in connection with a plot to disrupt the Republican National Convention (RNC) held in... Read the rest

Stratfor Terrorism Intelligence Report: The Second Cold War and Corporate Security
Sep 3, 2008 – A lot has been written about last month’s conflict between Russia and Georgia, and the continuing tensions in the region. Certainly, there were many important lessons to be gleaned from... Read the rest

Stratfor Terrorism Intelligence Report: 2008 Threat Season Heats Up
Aug 27, 2008 – Summer brings with it rumors of attacks on the U.S. homeland. Currently, we are hearing unconfirmed word of plans in place for jihadists to be dispatched from Pakistan to conduct... Read the rest

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