Jenny Yang discusses the CSE’s bulk collection of data and explores notions of the collaboration of big data analytics and national defense policy.
Malcolm discusses the significance of the postponed elections in Nigeria and the importance this has on fighting Boko Haram.
In his latest article, Brian suggests ways in which the Commonwealth’s security could be expanded. The results could foster closer diplomatic ties and ensure long-term viability of the organization.
In part one of a two-part series on Nigeria’s upcoming elections, Kabir explores the threat posed by Boko Haram to national stability, and the Nigerian and African Union responses therein.
Saman Rejali explores how gendered notions of war impact the exclusion of raped victim’s experiences during “peace” time.
In his latest article, Daniel Woodburn examines how the recent dip in global oil prices works in the favour of Boko Haram and ISIS.