IHS Jane's Intelligence Review


  • China takes harder stance against North Korea

    China continues to support North Korea financially, but Pyongyang's nuclear programme and a series of cross-border incidents have led Beijing to be more vocal in its criticisms of its secretive neighbour. Benjamin Katzeff Silberstein investigates this changing approach.
  • Ecuador increases its haul from drugs traffic

    Record drug seizures in Ecuador suggest the country remains a key drug-trafficking hub, despite government efforts to interdict the increasing movement of drugs. Arthur Dhont analyses the country's role as a key point in the transportation chain from Latin America.
  • JTIC Global Attack Index 2014

    From open source data collected across the course of 2014, IHS Jane’s Terrorism and Insurgency Centre recorded a total of 20,311 attacks by non-state armed groups and a total of 48,786 non-militant fatalities. Although the recorded number of attacks decreased slightly by 6.5% from 2013, in the same period the recorded number of fatalities increased by 17.6%, underlining the intensification of several key insurgencies.
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