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Gaza Health Ministry Reports Grim Casualty Figures

Gaza Health Ministry Reports Grim Casualty Figures

There’s nothing to agree upon, according to a Hamas official, because Israel won’t leave Gaza, won’t let Palestinians who have been displaced to return to their homes, and won’t guarantee that adequate aid will reach the region. Reports of “multiple forms of sexual assault” by Israeli troops against Palestinian female captives have alarmed UN experts, […]
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The Washington Institute for Defense and Security Warns US Government of Potential UAE Spyware Threat to American Citizens

The Washington Institute for Defense and Security is deeply concerned about the potential use of spyware by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) against American citizens. Recent reports suggest that the UAE has acquired and used sophisticated spyware to target dissidents, journalists, and activists both within the UAE and abroad. This is a troubling development, and […]
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WIDS Security Bulletin – April 2022

Washington Institute for Defense and Security Security Bulletin – April 2022   Europe & North America: Mariupol, Ukraine: Russian forces have encircled the southeastern Ukrainian city of Mariupol, cutting off supplies and logistics for the defenders. By April 22nd, the final Ukrainian holdouts were concentrated in the Azovstal Steel Plant, an industrial facility which has […]
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The Ukraine War Could Be the Worst Thing for Syria.

Russia’s conflict in Ukraine has dramatically damaged Moscow’s once-dominant role in Syria, putting growing strain on the agreements it had in place with major parties such as the US, Iran, Turkey, and Israel. While some powers involved in Syria’s civil war are using the new circumstances to their advantage, Russia is attempting to maintain its […]
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Event: Saudi Arabia & Global Ambitions of Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman

Opening Remarks: Laura Belmonte, CLAHS Dean or Farida Jalalzai, CLAHS Associate Dean for Engagement & International Initiative. Introductions: Yannis Stivachtis, CEUTTSS. Angelos Kaskanis, Tactics Institute Panelists: Bettina Koch, Professor of Political Science Saudi Arabia under the Leadership of the Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud: Domestic and International Dimensions Aaron Brantly, Associate Professor of […]
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