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A Shining Example of Cooperation

UNIPATH STAFF As herders tended their camels and goats on a calm summer morning, armed men in black hoods stormed an Egyptian village in pickup trucks. The terrorists seized villagers as hostages, planted banners atop buildings and…

The Necessity of Partnerships

UNIPATH STAFF On the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on the United States, dozens of security experts, including several current and former commanders at U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM), attended a two-day conference contemplating…

Securing Syrian Refugee Camps

JORDANIAN PUBLIC SECURITY DIRECTORATE Daesh’s invasion caused a significant displacement of civilians who fled from conflict areas in search of a safe haven. The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan enjoys security and stability under the…

Reintegrating Returnees

COL. UMED AHMEDOV, former SENIOR NATIONAL REPRESENTATIVE OF THE MINISTRY OF DEFENSE OF THE REPUBLIC OF UZBEKISTAN AT U.S. CENTRAL COMMAND Between 2017 and 2021, the government of Uzbekistan, with participation of international…

A Partner in the Northern Arabian Gulf

UNIPATH STAFF  |  photos by Iraqi Navy Despite contested territorial waters and terrorist attempts by organized crime gangs, the Iraqi Navy has proved it can protect maritime navigation in the northern Arabian Gulf as well as play an…

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