CTTA: Counter Terrorist Trends and Analysis, Volume 4, Issue 7, July 2012
‘Western Ways are Evil’: The Emergence and Evolution of Boko Haram
This paper provides an overview of the historical and cultural environment that has allowed the militant jihadist group Boko Haram to flourish. It examines the strategy that the Nigerian government has adopted and the challenges it faces to restore peace.
India-Pakistan: Why Peace?
This article highlights the hindrances in the India-Pakistan peace process and emphasizes the need for cooperation between the two countries in view of the emerging geopolitical and economic changes in the South Asian region.
Armed Forces Special Powers Act: A Call for Repeal
This article focuses on the impact of Armed Forces Special Powers Act on various states and analyzes whether it is necessary today.
Regional Realities Extinguish Probability: Will Hezbollah Launch a Chemical Weapons Attack on Israel?
This paper examines Hezbollah’s chemical weapons capability and its impact on regional security.