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February 13, 2020

Nigeria
Military Failures Mount in Borno Against Boko Haram

The security situation around Borno’s capital, Maiduguri, appears to be going from bad to worse. On February 9, The Boko Haram faction Islamic State in West African (ISWA) shot or burned alive some thirty people sleeping in their cars and trucks that night outside the town of Auno, some ten miles from Maiduguri. They also kidnapped others.

Nigerian soldiers in military fatigues hold their helmets up and to the right in a salute for President Buhari (not pictured). Behind them are two armored military vehicles and a red carpet.

May 4, 2015

Global
Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty: Three Things to Know

Members of the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty gathering in New York must recommit to reducing their arsenals and address new proliferation challenges, explains CFR’s Adam Mount.

January 10, 2020

China
Cyber Week in Review: January 10, 2020

Trump administration pressed Dutch government to cancel sale of chip equipment to China; Congressional commission mulls new private sector reporting requirements; DHS warns of cyberattacks following …

Employees are seen working on the final assembly of ASML's TWINSCAN NXE:3400B semiconductor lithography tool with its panels removed

October 9, 2014

United States
A Pivotal Moment for U.S. Nuclear Arsenal

The Obama administration’s review of its nuclear spending will shape the country’s arsenal for decades to come and could be the president’s final chance to influence arms control, writes CFR’s Adam M…

January 7, 2019

Togo
Pressure Mounting Against Dynasties in Togo and Gabon

The past few months have not been comforting for advocates of dynastic succession in Africa. In Togo and Gabon, favorite sons have become focal points for popular frustration.

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February 14, 2020

China
Cyber Week in Review: Feb 14, 2020

Department of Justice blames Chinese military hackers for 2017 Equifax attack; Personal data of all Israeli voters leaked; Iran partially shuts down internet to thwart cyberattack; UK to empower regu…

Credit cards, a chain and an open padlock is seen in front of displayed Equifax logo

June 4, 2019

United States
A Conversation With Chairman Adam Schiff

Adam Schiff discusses the foreign policy and national security challenges facing the United States today, including China’s use of artificial intelligence and surveillance, as well as tensions with I…

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February 7, 2020

Elections and Voting
Cyber Week in Review: Feb 7, 2020

Technical problems delay count in Iowa caucus; Barr proposes U.S. purchase of controlling stakes in Ericsson and Nokia; FCC concludes cell carrier(s) violated law by selling location data; Newly reve…

U.S. Attorney General William Barr

October 16, 2013

Sub-Saharan Africa
Evidence Continues Mounting: Nigerian Security Forces are Out of Control

The Nigeria Security Tracker (NST) has long indicated that the Abuja security agencies may be involved in nearly as many deaths in Nigeria as Boko Haram or sectarian violence. Even so, the NST almost…

The map depicts deaths by state. Nigeria’s northeastern states, particularly Borno and Yobe, have been hit the hardest. Source: Nigeria Security Tracker, powered by Tableau.

January 31, 2020

China
Cyber Week in Review: January 31, 2020

The United Kingdom won’t ban Huawei; Major UN hack revealed; “SeaTurtle” DNS hijacking campaign reportedly aligned with Turkish government; Department of Interior grounds drone fleet; Facebook settle…

Pedestrians walk past an advertisement promoting the 5G data network at a mobile phone store in London