IHS Jane's Intelligence Review


  • Hizbullah's expanded role in Syria threatens Israel

    Hizbullah's role in the Syrian war and its presence in Iraq and Yemen have made the militant group into a regional military actor. Nicholas Blanford explains the likelihood of the organisation deploying new capabilities that it has learned in Syria in a future war with Israel
  • North Korea ups pace of ballistic missile launches

    North Korea has conducted more ballistic missile launches since 2011 than it did in the previous two decades under Kim Jong-il. Nick Hansen surveys the country's ballistic missile programme and analyses the possible motivations for its acceleration
  • China reorients strategic military intelligence

    The restructuring of China's military in 2015 and 2016 has had a profound impact on the country's domestic and foreign intelligence capabilities. Peter Mattis analyses the impact of the reforms and considers the outlook for China's intelligence apparatus
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