The Hub: International Perspectives

The Dasuki Arms Scandal

By SBM Intelligence

On the 14th of July, 2014, an excellent and proficient Armoured Corp Officer, took over the command of 26 Task Force Brigade Headquarters under the oversight of the 7th Division in Borno state. The erstwhile commander had taken leave of absence to attend to his medical condition.

Monday, December 7, 2015 - 20:07

Assad's Officer Ghetto: Why the Syrian Army Remains Loyal

By Kheder Khaddour, Carnegie Middle East Center

Friday, November 20, 2015 - 15:39

Public administration: Can Croatia blow away from the bottom of Europe?

By Daniel Hinst, president, Center for Public Policy and Economic Analysis

Croatia is among the European countries at the bottom of the quality of public administration. Romania and Bulgaria have fewer quality public education, health and the police, but they spend a smaller share of GDP. Even Greece less wasteful with taxpayers' money, writes Daniel Hinšt analyzing European Index of governance quality

Wednesday, November 11, 2015 - 21:04

Assessing the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Regime

Given the emergence of ‘second tier’ nuclear weapon states, many Western analysts now question the effectiveness of the nuclear non-proliferation regime. Joseph Siracusa isn’t one of them. He believes that its accomplishments to date have been both extensive and enduring.

Monday, October 26, 2015 - 15:12

Italy and Syria: Potentials and Contradictions

By Emiliano Stornelli

Monday, October 19, 2015 - 16:51


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