Analysis of economics, geopolitics, terrorism and security


Lithuania Prepares For Hybrid War – Analysis

By John R. Haines* The more powerful enemy can be vanquished…by the most thorough, careful, attentive, skillful, and obligatory use of any—even the smallest—rift between the enemies […] and also by taking advantage of any, even the smallest, opportunity of winning a mass ally, even though this ally is temporary, vacillating, unstable, unreliable and conditional.  […]


An Inhumane Trade: Partnering Against Human Trafficking – Analysis

Should the private sector play a larger role in fighting human trafficking? Shannon Dick believes so. Not only will its involvement help avoid ‘siloed’ policy responses, it will also encourage a more entrepreneurial approach to identifying and mitigating the worldwide threats posed by traffickers. By Shannon Dick* In April 2014, Boko Haram shocked the world […]