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Snaring A Top Terrorist

Story and photos by IRAQI COUNTER-TERRORISM SERVICE The effectiveness of the war against terrorist groups is heavily dependent on careful intelligence work and the tracking of an organization’s high-level leadership. This inherently…

The Advancement of Female Soldiers in Jordan

UNIPATH: Can you give us a brief overview of the origins of the Department of Military Women’s Affairs? Col. Maha: The Directorate of Military Women’s Affairs was established at the beginning of 1995 by royal decree to highlight the…

A Narrative Approach to Counterterrorism

Lt. Col. Ghassan Altassan, Saudi Senior Representative to U.S. Central Command Terrorist movements such as al-Qaida and Daesh managed to recruit tens of thousands of followers using emotionally laden narratives that speak to the fears,…

Navies United Against Threats

UNIPATH STAFF  |  Photos by The Associated Press With ambitions to expand its fleet to combat common threats on the seas, Pakistan hosted the AMAN-21 naval exercise along with dozens of maritime partners in the Arabian Sea.  In its…

Improving Iraqi Air Power

IRAQI MAJ. GEN. (RET.) LUTFI ABDULWAHAB HUSSEIN Achieving air sovereignty requires the state to mobilize materiel and morale to achieve a proper balance among all branches of the armed forces. The history of the Air Force in Iraq…

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