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  • From Underwear to Freight: AQAPs Threats

    08-10-2011

    A year ago Dubai, London, and perhaps Chicago apparently escaped disaster through a mix of timely intelligence, careful investigation and ultimately, good fortune.

    img Angus Taverner
    Director- Global Affairs


  • Islamism in the Maghreb is at Crossroads

    20-05-2016

    The future of Islamic groups in the Maghreb is surrounded by doubts, in light of their political status, practices, the authority and administration of the state.

    img Dr. Haifa AlMaashi
    Director, Geo-strategic Affairs Division


  • Daesh in Europe: Terrorism or Mass Murder?

    03-09-2016

    Whether all of this year’s violence should be categorised as ‘terrorism’ or not, it seems very clear that Daesh propagandists are also opportunists. Read more....

    img Angus Taverner
    Director- Global Affairs


  • US strikes in Yemen will not put an end to AL Qaeda..

    06-03-2017

    Pentagon spokesman Jeff Davis's statement that the recent American strikes on Al Qaeda in Yemen (known as AQAP) is part of a planning that “goes well back into last year,” and that the timing had nothing to do with Trump taking office may contradict with the successive and intensive strikes on the group's affiliates during the past few days Which reflect unusual high rate of strikes that lack the direction or the clear purposes. What’s new in this planning to put an end to Al-Qaeda in Yemen?

    img Dr. Haifa AlMaashi
    Director, Geo-strategic Affairs Division


  • The Weekly: US Intentions in Syria - Implications for UAE

    07-04-2017

    On Tuesday 4th April, the people of the Syrian town of Khan Sheikhun were the targets of an attack using a chemical weapon.  Early analysis suggested that this involved the deadly nerve agent, Sarin.  At least 70 people died, including 27 children.  The video footage of those who were struggling to survive, together with the emotional testimony from victims’ families mobilised international sympathy in a manner which few other military attacks have achieved over the past six years of war.

    img Angus Taverner
    Director- Global Affairs