Indo-Pacific Visions: Giving Solidarity a Chance

Many countries have articulated Indo-Pacific frameworks for regional security. The Indo-Pacific is being posited as...

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The citizen as enemy combatant: dealing with foreign terrorist fighters

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  • Foreign terrorist fighters are a complex problem: traitor, invader, child soldier, war...

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Women and children from IS flee Baghouz, VOA via Wikimedia Commons

China's Application of the 'Three Warfares' in the south China Sea and Xinjiang

This article explores the development and application of the People’s Republic of China’s information warfare (IW)...

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Trusted, ethical, fast-moving and effective future police

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  • The ongoing developments in digital technologies and the fourth industrial revolution are...

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