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THREAT MATRIX "Dangerous encounters require dangerous moves" By Arya Lashgari
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What self-defense method is the best for a street attack has always been an argument among the martial arts community. The best defense is the kind that is easy to learn, effective, and that causes... More > damage.< Less
The Huge Ball and the Threat of Nuclear Emp, Nemp and Hemp By Burr Cook
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A spoof about a planned attach on the US by Iran using a high energy electro-magnetic pulse generated by a high level nuclear explosion. A high tech pot smoking nerd saves the President and many high... More > ranking officials of the government.< Less
A Hundred Osamas: Islamist Threats And The Future Of Counterinsurgency By Sherifa Zuhur & Strategic Studies Institute
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The future of the Global War on Terror is now, and may continue indefinitely to be, a key concern for U.S. military and policymakers. Islamist terror has not arisen from a vacuum, but has evolved... More > over decades and requires more calibrated coordination and a different type of strategic planning than other types of conflicts. The author of this monograph, Dr. Sherifa Zuhur, examines the intensity and diversification of extremist efforts and outlines their “new jihad” and its relationship to the regeneration of extremist leadership. She reviews “lessons learned” with regard to Islamist extremist tactics, recruitment, and their relationship to a broader Islamic awakening which must be factored into the U.S. desire for democratization of the Middle East and the broader Islamic world. The Strategic Studies Institute is pleased to offer this monograph as a contribution to the national security debate on this important topic.< Less
Iron Troikas: The New Threat From The East By Richard J. Krickus & Strategic Studies Institute
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There has been widespread discussion of Russia’s efforts to exploit its energy assets to influence developments in Ukraine; specifically, to put pressure on the leaders of the Orange Revolution... More > who have adopted a Western orientation, rather than one toward the East— Russia. Less attention has been devoted to similar efforts undertaken by Russia to advance Moscow’s security objectives in the East Baltic Sea Region (EBSR). Through what the author of this monograph, Dr. Richard Krickus, calls Iron Troikas, he demonstrates how the Russian leadership has exploited its energy assets to advance its security interests in the vital EBSR—with emphasis on Poland and the Baltic countries. This triad of power is comprised of former members of the military and security service—the siloviki; economic warlords, members of organized crime, and rogue military personnel; and “local elites” in Poland and the Baltic countries who have advanced Russia’s security interests in the region.< Less
Chinese Information Warfare: A Phantom Menace Or Emerging Threat? By Toshi Yoshihara & Strategic Studies Institute
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Mao Tse-tung counseled, “To achieve victory we must as far as possible make the enemy blind and deaf by sealing his eyes and ears, and drive his commanders to distraction by creating confusion... More > in their minds.” Few concepts mesh so contextually with Mao than the Chinese approach to Information Warfare (IW). As the People’s Republic of China struggles with its national military strategy, IW offers opportunities to win wars without the traditional clash of arms. In this monograph, Mr. Toshi Yoshihara explores what he perceives to be China’s pursuit of IW as a method of fighting asymmetric warfare against the United States. Largely imitative of U.S. thoughts, literature, and practices on IW, he believes the Chinese are seeking ways to adapt it to their own style of warfare. Paradoxically, he observes that the Chinese have not gleaned their intelligence through espionage, but through careful scrutiny of U.S. IW in practice. The Persian Gulf War and Kosovo conflict have provided ample largess to the Chinese ...< Less
Threat Posed by Mounting Vigilantism in Mexico (Enlarged Edition) By George W. Grayson
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Until the 1980s, Mexico enjoyed relative freedom from violence. Ruthless drug cartels existed, but they usually abided by informal rules of conduct hammered out between several capos and... More > representatives of the dominant Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), which ruled the country until the 1990s. Relying on bribes, the desperados pursued their illicit activities with the connivance of authorities In return for the legal authorities turning a blind eye, drug dealers behaved discretely, shunned high-tech weapons, deferred to public figures, spurned kidnapping, and even appeared with governors at their children’s weddings. Unlike their Colombian counterparts, Mexico’s barons did not seek elective office. In addition, they did not sell drugs within the country, corrupt children, target innocent people, engage in kidnapping, or invade the turf or product-line (marijuana, heroin, cocaine, etc.)< Less
Threats Posed By North Korea - China's Sword By Roberto Miguel Rodriguez
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North Korea remains one of the hot spots in 21st century politics. This is one country still subscribing to the traditional Marxist ideology and unwilling to join China, Vietnam, the former Soviet... More > Union and the Eastern European countries in pursuing an open economy based on trade and capitalist practices. The country remains poor and isolated, but has the fifth largest army in the world, and allegedly a few nuclear weapons and the ability to launch them as far as Japan. In this paper, I will make a brief analysis of North Korea’s military capabilities, including its nuclear program and its security implications in Northern Asia and the world, and discuss the characteristics of the country’s faltering economy, which serves as a limit for North Korea’s military buildup and constraints many of the country’s strategies, but probably will not collapse the regime.< Less
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This project is an attempt to prove that there are great investment opportunities in sub-saharan Africa and in Cameroon in particular. In order to achieve this noble goal, the analysis starts with a... More > research scheme (named Introduction) which details the research methods employed, the objectives, purposes of the research, the hypothesis, the theoretical framework, etc so that the readers will be aware of how and where the information contained in this report was gathered. Then I moved to present briefly the Republic of Cameroon from an economic perspective; later in the analysis there is a lengthy discussion about Foreign Direct Investments in Cameroon. Next, I developed some ideas on particular sectors which are of interest to me to show how profitable it could be to invest in any of them then finally there is the conclusion and some recommendations.< Less
The 13 Serious Death Threats to Your Websites By elmer luke III
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The one and only ebook that will tell you how to get ahead or the competition and destroy them making your website untouchable by the competition, and how to protect your website from viruses and... More > hackers.< Less
21st Century Cyber Threats and the Middle East Dilemma By Mohamed El-Guindy
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This whitepaper discusses the 21st century cyber threats and its effect on Middle East countries in the upcoming years. The author takes a look at latest malware, hardware Trojans and cyber... More > surveillance affecting the region.< Less

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