Category Archives: International Security & Terrorism

Confusion and Criticism: The Kony 2012 Phenomenon

By Jessica Kroenert It is pretty clear that Joseph Kony is one of the most talked about people of 2012 thus far, and it seems that nearly everyone I know has something to say about him. This Kony 2012 phenomenon … Continue reading

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The Haqqani Network & Its Mysterious Potential: Why More Attention Needs to Be Paid

By Nimesha Perera The recent killing of America’s most wanted man for the past ten years, Osama bin Laden, reminded the public of how the still raging “war on terror” occurring in both the countries of Pakistan and Afghanistan, is … Continue reading

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The Haqqani Network & Its Mysterious Potential: Why More Attention Needs to be Paid

By Nimesha Perera The recent killing of America’s most wanted man for the past ten years, Osama bin Laden, reminded the public of how the still raging “war on terror” occurring in both the countries of Pakistan and Afghanistan, is … Continue reading

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