Tuesday morning terrorism updates features all events related to terrorism. We aggregate some of the most dedicated students of terror in an effort to keep the war fighter up to date on world event.
It is not every day that the headlines are filled with articles that cover the intersection of Good Governance, Terrorism and Great Power Competition (actually it probably is) but for Today’s Daily Dump, that is where we will focus. To demonstrate the convergence of the
Girl Power: An Irregular Warfare Podcast about Kick Ass Kurdish Women
Over the weekend I had a good bit of windshield time which allowed me to get caught up on some podcasts and here is one that I could not more highly recommend. It tells the story of the Kurdish Women’s Protection Units and how they were a key element in the fight
A New Initiative at The Modern War Institute
It is no secret that the military has tried to move on from the current conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. I think we are working on the third president that has vowed to end the conflicts there but for various reasons we just can quit them. My very unscientific polling
Iraq – Caught in the Middle
Once again it appears the Iraq is caught in the middle. This time, they are stuck between Turkey and Iran in a battle for influence in Sinjar province. Al Monitor reports that in their attempt to further push out the PKK, Turkey is increasingly focused on Iraq’s Sinjar
Update: What is Going on in Ethiopia?
It has been quite sometime since we have posted here and there is A LOT going on in the world. So, to re-start things, I thought we should provide an update to a story we brought you in November which you can find here. When we last reported, Ethiopia was poised to send
Terror Grips Northeastern Nigeria
We haven’t even started Christmas shopping…This is how I originally started this post and then went on to discuss how 70+ farmers were murdered by terrorists. You know, our bubble is not so bad… Today’s Featured Article: Nigeria: Boko Haram killed 76 farmers in Borno State –
What is Going on in Ethiopia?
If you have been watching the headlines on our sidebar of the What Others are Writing Section the last couple weeks you have noticed a bunch of them discussing Ethiopia and the Tigray region there. So, what is going on? This post will take several articles from the sidebar,
Featured Article: Genocide and Being Blinded by Self-Righteousness
Today, we are going to re-visit the Armenian-Azerbaijan conflict and this post will be centered around a report from the AP, Azerbaijan delays takeover, denounces fleeing Armenians, taken from the sidebar of the What Others are Writing Section on the Homepage. Like always we
Weekend Inspiration for Works of Love and The Infinite Game
A friend passed this video along in the context of the War on Terror from this weeks earlier posts on Islamic terror in Africa (here and here) and this blends perfectly with our post: Double Feature: Military History and Geography. If you want to understand what we are
Featured Article: Mozambique police: Islamists behead 50 people in troubled province – DW
Today’s featured article from the sidebar of the What Others are Writing Section on the Homepage comes from DW (Deutsche Welle) one of my favorite sources for a wide variety of news that is not stained with the political discourse of U.S. news. I visit it daily and you