Category: Global Terrorism

The Hill, Columnists | October 4, 2022

Declare Russia a terrorist state now

It’s time to declare Russia a state sponsor of terrorism and boot it out of the United Nations. This week, about 15 percent of Ukraine was illegally annexed by Moscow…

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Gatestone Institute | October 4, 2022

Iranian Mullahs Target Women, the West; Palestinians Target Jews

This latest wave of terrorism is the direct result of the massive campaign of incitement against Israel and Jews by many Palestinians, including those belonging to the Palestinian Authority headed…

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Hoover Institution | October 4, 2022

Blasts in the Baltic and State-Sponsored Attacks on Maritime Infrastructure

Blasts in the Baltic and State-Sponsored Attacks on Maritime Infrastructure Maryem Mon, 10/03/2022 - 16:34 Last Monday Denmark and Sweden discovered gas leaking from four locations along the Nord Stream…

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The Hill, Technology | October 3, 2022

Supreme Court to hear challenge to Big Tech's Section 230 liability protections

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The Hill, International | October 3, 2022

Ukraine's first lady says 'we are getting stronger' amid Russia's invasion

Ukrainian first lady Olena Zelenska said in an interview aired Sunday that she and other Ukrainians are “getting stronger” with Russia's war now in its eighth month. Zelenska, the wife…

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The Hill, Defense | October 1, 2022

Defense & National Security — Putin annexation reverberates

Russian President Vladimir Putin annexed four Ukrainian territories on Friday, a move that reverberated quickly across the West.   We’ll recap the international fallout. Plus, we’ll talk about who the prime…

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American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research (AEI) | September 30, 2022

Nord Stream Sabotage Highlights the Risks to Undersea Internet Cables

The recent sabotage of the Nord Stream pipelines, which caused natural gas to leak into the sea and atmosphere, highlights the threat posed by undersea attacks on critical infrastructure. In…

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Hoover Institution | September 29, 2022

Explainer: How Real Are Putin's Nuclear Threats In Ukraine?

Explainer: How Real Are Putin's Nuclear Threats In Ukraine? Alexa Thu, 09/29/2022 - 10:28 quoting Michael McFaul Off Wed, 09/28/2022 - 11:39Hoover Daily Report Thursday, September 29, 2022 1 ABC…

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Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB) | September 29, 2022

NATO looks south: priorities, strategies and instruments

This paper is the result of collective reflection and was coordinated and edited by Eduard Soler i Lecha, Associate Senior Researcher at CIDOB. It has benefited from the contributions of…

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The Hill, International | September 29, 2022

Top Cuban diplomat: ‘We will have to’ negotiate with the United States

NEW YORK – Cuba's top diplomat said Tuesday his country's officials have no choice but to engage the United States in negotiations to normalize relations, despite a decade of diplomatic…

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United Nations (UN) Middle East | September 26, 2022

‘The war on Syria has failed,’ Foreign Minister says in UN speech, denouncing the West’s hegemonic ambitions

The current chaotic state of the world – from wars to the spread of terrorism and climate-induced disasters – is the result of hegemonic, wealth-hoarding countries and their ambitions to…

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United Nations (UN) Top Stories | September 24, 2022

Mali reports progress in political transition process, fighting terrorism

Authorities in Mali are moving along the path to political transition and institutional reform while combating terrorism and other insecurity, Acting Prime Minister Abdoulaye Maïga said in his speech to…

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United Nations (UN) Africa | September 22, 2022

Somalia committed to tackling twin threats of looming famine and terrorism, President tells UN Assembly

Despite efforts to move past decades of drought and conflict, Somalia is facing some of the most complex crises in the world, its President said today at the UN General…

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Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA) | September 21, 2022

Book Review: Illicit Money: Financing Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century

Book Review: Illicit Money: Financing Terrorism in the Twenty-First Century 21 September 2022 Terrorist organisations need money to carry out their activities. Jessica Davis uncovers the many ways terrorist organisations…

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Breaking Defense | September 20, 2022

Lethal effects coupled with low cost to fly, the light attack A-29 Super Tucano garnishes Foreign Military Sales

This A-29C Super Tucano is painted in the colors of the P-51 Mustang and P-47 Thunderbolt flown by Army Air Forces during World War II in China, Burma, and India.…

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The Hill, Technology | September 15, 2022

White House announces updates from tech companies to combat violent extremism

YouTube, Twitch, Microsoft and Meta launched updates aimed at combating violent extremism online, the White House announced Thursday as part of a summit to counter hate-fueled violence.  The updates come…

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The Hill, Finance | September 14, 2022

Lucrative IRS program targeting wealthy tax cheats is withering from lack of funds

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The Hill, Finance | September 13, 2022

Congress prepares to act on rail strike amid fears of ‘economic catastrophe’

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The Hill, Defense | September 11, 2022

Retired general: US has 'very limited ability' to see into Afghanistan

Retired Gen. Frank McKenzie on Sunday warned about what he sees as a reduced intelligence capability in Afghanistan after the United States withdrew ground troops last year. “I think that…

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The Hill, Defense | September 11, 2022

Here's how Biden has shifted the war on terror

More than 20 years after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, President Biden has shifted the way America fights the war on terror by launching fewer drone strikes, embracing an over-the-horizon approach to killing…

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The Hill, Technology | September 10, 2022

Hillicon Valley — Treasury sanctions Iran over cyberattack

The Treasury Department sanctioned Iran in response to an alleged cyberattack the country launched against Albania in July.   Meanwhile, a U.S. firm said it worked alongside law enforcement to recover more…

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The Hill, Finance | September 9, 2022

Treasury sanctions Iran’s intelligence ministry for alleged cyberattack on Albania

The Treasury Department sanctioned Iran’s intelligence ministry and its top intelligence official on Friday in response to a cyberattack the country allegedly launched on Albania in July.  The Treasury’s Office…

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Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, International Security and Defense | September 7, 2022

Do Armed Drones Counter Terrorism, Or Are They Counterproductive? Evidence from Eighteen Countries

Aug 30, 2022Do armed drone programs decrease or increase terrorism? Existing studies on this question produce conflicting arguments and evidence. Drone optimists contend that armed drones reduce a country's vulnerability…

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Gatestone Institute | September 3, 2022

The Biden Administration's Nuclear Deal Is the Biggest Gift to the World's 'Top State Sponsor of Terrorism'

The main beneficiaries of the increased revenues will most likely be the office of Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), and more importantly the IRGC's…

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Security Dialogue (Journal) | September 2, 2022

Framing collective violence as war time: Temporality, circulation, resistance

Security Dialogue, Ahead of Print. Writing on the US war on terrorism, Judith Butler identified how discursive frames are produced and reproduced in ways that make certain forms of violence…

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