• Europe struggles to deter Islamist prison radicalisation

    The return of foreign fighters from Iraq and Syria to Europe poses particular challenges in terms of prison radicalisation. Brooks Tigner examines the measures that European authorities are taking to deal with the threat
  • China and US compete for AI dominance

    Signs of a growing arms race between China and the US in the field of artificial intelligence underline the importance of this technology for the future of warfare. Tate Nurkin examines the implications of this competition for intelligence and security agencies
  • North Korean ICBM design shows external influence

    North Korea’s ballistic missile programme made unprecedented advances during the course of 2017. Markus Schiller and Nick Hansen examine the new Hwaseong-15 and determine that it is evidence of external support to North Korea’s missile development
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  • Canada to send helicopter group to Mali

    The Canadian government announced on 19 March that it would contribute an “aviation task force” to the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Mali (MINUSMA) for 12 months. It said the task force would include CH-147F Chinook helicopters “to provide