The aim of this title is to not only to define the extent of effectiveness of military force against terrorism, … More
Sri Lankan War Wounds Still Not Healed
After more than 25 years of tense, protracted, and bloody civil war, the guns fell silent in Sri Lanka. In … More
Combining Three Tiers of Intelligence-Gathering Is Key to Keeping Russia and China at Bay
The U.S. and its allies today face two major geopolitical threats: Russia and China. A prominent U.S. think tank, The … More
A New Era for China’s “Wolf Warrior Diplomacy”
China’s “wolf warrior diplomacy” is entering a new era as tension rises in Chinese foreign affairs. The strategy, deployed to … More
Special Report: Sri Lanka’s Easter Sunday Bombings – An Intelligence Failure? Or an Intelligence Operation?
This article was originally published by “The NATO Association of Canada” on May 25, 2020. Since the Easter Sunday bombings … More
Protected: Timely and Innovative Intelligence Tradecraft Is the Need of the Day to Save the Afghanistan Peace Deal
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U.N. ban on Sri Lanka’s peacekeepers led by alleged war criminal is the tip of the iceberg
This article was originally published by “NATO Association of Canada” on October 1, 2019. The U.N. peacekeeping department last week … More
Opinion: Returning ISIS foreign fighters, what needs to be done?
This article was originally published by “NATO Association of Canada” on March 4, 2019. An American citizen and former college … More
The “Neo-Cold War” in the Indian Ocean Region
Addressing an event last week at London’s Oxford University, Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said some people are seeing … More
The Impending Threat of Islamic Radicalization: A Look at Assimilation
By Kagusthan Ariaratnam & Ammna Nasser This article was originally published by “The NATO Association of Canada” on January 22, … More