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  • Geopolitical order set to be tested in 2017

    Global security is likely to worsen in 2017 as disruptive long-term trends converge in a challenge to the post-Cold War geopolitical order. IHS Jane's identifies the trends and events to watch as liberal democracy gives way to increasingly securitised policies.
  • North Korea reorganises security services

    Organisational changes to North Korea's intelligence and security services in 2016 have strengthened and consolidated Kim Jong-un's position. Joseph S Bermudez Jr surveys the changes and what they mean for domestic threats or challenges to Kim
  • New US president questions Iran nuclear deal

    The election of Donald Trump as US president has increased risks for the future of the JCPOA nuclear agreement with Iran. In the wake of the election, Nazanin Soroush examines the likely outlook for the agreement in the context of Iranian domestic politics.
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  • Kashmir neighbours install new security chiefs

    Key Points A series of incidents in 2015 and 2016 called into question India's ability to defend against militant incursions, although its intelligence capabilities against mobile targets appear to have improved. With India maintaining a clandestine network of agents within Pakistan, Islamabad is
  • Kashmir neighbours install new security chiefs

    Key Points A series of incidents in 2015 and 2016 called into question India's ability to defend against militant incursions, although its intelligence capabilities against mobile targets appear to have improved. With India maintaining a clandestine network of agents within Pakistan, Islamabad is
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