Homemade Resistance:
The Popular Response to the Difficulties of Life in Gaza

Homemade Resistance: <br/> The Popular Response to the Difficulties of Life in Gaza

The recent conflict activity on the Gaza border can be characterized by its lack of affiliation to armed groups in Gaza and by the use of homemade and/or found weapons (i.e stones and Molotov cocktails, either thrown or attached to

Nothing Quiet on the Western Front:
A New Battle Starts in Hodeidah as Peace Talks Fail

Nothing Quiet on the Western Front: <br/> A New Battle Starts in Hodeidah as Peace Talks Fail

On September 7, coalition-backed anti-Houthi forces resumed military operations outside Hodeidah, in the latest attempt to retake the western port city that the Houthis have been controlling since October 2014. The offensive is reported to have already caused tens of

Targeting Tripoli:
Newly Active Militias Targeting Capital in 2018

Targeting Tripoli: <br/> Newly Active Militias Targeting Capital in 2018

In the final days of August in Libya, fierce fighting erupted in Tripoli between the partnering 7th Brigade and a coalition of militias comprised of the Tripoli Revolutionaries Brigade, Bab Tajoura Brigade, Ghanewa Brigade, Nawasi Brigade and Misrata’s 301 brigade

August 2018 Syria Conflict Update:
QSD Progress, Shifting Regime Fronts,
and the Final Rebel Enclave

August 2018 Syria Conflict Update:  <br/r> QSD Progress, Shifting Regime Fronts, <br/> and the Final Rebel Enclave

During August 2018 (see map below), Syrian Democratic Forces (QSD) and the Global Coalition Against Daesh continued to battle Islamic State (IS) fighters in the northeast, gaining control over the Iraqi border area and surrounding IS in its remaining territory

The Complexity of Disorder in India

The Complexity of Disorder in India

As India celebrated its 72nd Independence Day on 15 August 2018, the country continues to face multiple and complex challenges. Disorder—including political violence and protests—is increasingly multidimensional, complex, and evolving (OECD, 2016; United Nations & World Bank, 2018). Multiple types

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in Yemen:
A Continued Threat?

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) in Yemen: <br/> A Continued Threat?

As pressure from UAE-backed troops and US airstrikes has increased over the past two years, Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) fighters have found themselves engaged on multiple fronts, weakening their ability to control and manage territory. While AQAP

Political Peril in Pakistan:
Comparing Levels of Violence in the 2013 and 2018 General Elections

Political Peril in Pakistan: <br/> Comparing Levels of Violence in the 2013 and 2018 General Elections

On July 25, 2018, Pakistan held its first general election in five years. With the 2013 election described as one of the “bloodiest” in Pakistan’s history (BBC News, May 2, 2013), the 2018 election seems to have followed the trend

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