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Tag Archives: Libya
This article by the director of the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism succinctly summarizes what has been learned from analysis of every terror attack in the world since 1970 — 156,000 attacks committed by … Continue reading
This bulletin from the U.S. Institute of Peace considers regional insecurity in North and West Africa, and points to police reform as a key step forward. In particular, building public trust in the police through more citizen engagement seems necessary.
This article describes rampant police corruption in Agadez, Niger, a key desert town for African migrants being smuggled across the Sahara to Libya and then into Europe. The EU estimates that about 100,000 migrants pass through Niger annually, accounting for … Continue reading