Daniel Woodburn discusses the difficulties of post-war transition in Afghanistan, including the creation of democratic institutions and the challenges posed by transnational terror.
Daniel argues that gender equality can be measured in any country by the number of defense portfolios awarded to women throughout its history, with Minister of Defense being the most telling.
In his latest article, Daniel Woodburn examines how the recent dip in global oil prices works in the favour of Boko Haram and ISIS.
Daniel Woodburn examines the different facets of terrorsm
Daniel Woodburn examines whether patterns or trends exist in terrorism
Scrutinising the two terms ‘development’ and ‘democracy’ in this second part will help determine whether or not the two are compatible.
Ethiopia is often hailed as a stalwart for African development, but what implications does this have for democracy in the country?
IS may have added a new dimention to the Syrian conflict, but was it ever as simple as viewing it as a bilateral struggle? Daniel Woodburn considers the complex nature of Syria’s belligerent situation.
Daniel Woodburn examines the growing concern over the rise of Islamic extremism in North and West Africa.
Daniel Woodburn examines the motive behind the Islamic State’s beheading of western citizens.