On June 21 the NCC’s Maritime and African Security Analyst James Bridger spoke on a panel at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington, DC. The discussion focused on the burgeoning role that local and private actors have been playing in the fight against Somali piracy and the challenges that confront them. The panel also featured piracy expert Dr. Martin Murphy, Senior Fellow at the NATO Council US, and Doug Brooks, President of the International Stability Operations Association. Rick “Ozzie” Nelson, Director of the CSIS Homeland Security and Counterterrorism Program, moderated the discussion.
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Landmines: The Invisible Enemy
Posted on Author Scott Falls
In this infographic, Scott Falls outlines the global use of anti-personnel landmines and the international community’s efforts to eradicate them.
Rapid Population Growth Adds to Religious Tensions in Nigeria
Posted on Author Nicholas Bishop
Nicholas Bishop argues that economic and demographic factors are leading to a rise in religious tensions. According to the author the Nigerian government’s heavy handed response to the terrorist campaign by Boko Haram may be counter productive and exacerbate tensions.
Is TikTok The Next Huawei? Why Some See a Video-Sharing App as a Threat to National Security
Posted on Author Alex Johnson
TikTok has been banned in India and the United States may follow suit. In his new article, Alex Johnson examines the TikTok controversy and assesses the app’s potential to compromise national security.