IHS Jane's Intelligence Review

    FEATURED REPORT

  • China prioritises managing unrest over reforms

    The annual number of incidents of mass unrest in China has increased in the past 15 years. Samantha Hoffman discusses the methods used to tackle this issue and whether it could escalate into a broader social movement to challenge the system of government
  • Efforts made to improve global cyber-security

    Multilateral meetings are set to explore how to tackle cyber-security, but international co-operation is far from straightforward. Tim Maurer looks at the potential challenges in finding common ground amid an increase in cyber-attacks in 2014
  • Hackers target global geonavigation networks

    Global navigation satellite systems are vulnerable to attack from states, insurgents, and criminals using disruption devices to jam signals or fool them with false transmissions. Milosz Reterski assesses the growing risk to air traffic, defence systems, and shipping.
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