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The ABC gets it wrong on its South Pacific service

By Graeme Dobell The technical bastardry of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation in degrading its shortwave broadcasts to the South Pacific has been starkly revealed. The bloody-mindedness helps explain the dumb decision to turn off...

EUPOL Afghanistan: lessons and best practices

On 16 June, with the support of the Permanent Representation of Belgium to the EU, the EUISS organised a seminar to analyse a series of issues in relation to the planning, conduct, and handover...

ASPI suggests

By David Lang and Amelia Long G’day, loyal readers; welcome back. First up in our list of recommendations this week is a handful of pieces around the 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War. We’d...

Degrees of affiliation in the global al-Qaeda franchise

By Madeleine Nyst 10 years ago, al-Qaeda (AQ) was in shambles. Thanks to American and Pakistani-led operations, they had no training camps, limited money and few adherents. They also faced increasing challenges to their...

Trump’s Afghanistan surge: a sense of déjà vu

By Claude Rakisits Even after weeks of waiting, the Trump administration has yet to reveal its decision on what it will be doing in Afghanistan. This delay isn’t surprising, given the many other troublesome...

The Journal of Cyber Policy: Cybercrime and Cybersecurity

By Anonymous Invitation Only Research Event 27 Jun 2017 – 15:30 to 17:00 Add to Calendar iCalendar Outlook Google Yahoo Chatham House, London International Security Department The Journal of Cyber Policy, published by Chatham...

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