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CTC at West Point Sep 18
Replying to @AlexSerebrina
Hi Alex. Sorry, not at this time.
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CTC at West Point Sep 13
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Michael Knights Sep 12
Replying to @thehill @CTCWP
This piece is linked to- and driven by - my recent in-depth piece on how the Houthi war machine has become more ambitious and capable after capturing the Yemeni state and drawing on Iranian and Lebanese Hizballah support since 2011
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CTC at West Point Sep 11
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CTC at West Point Sep 10
The first American to join Al-Qaeda after 9/11 says it was "extremely boring"
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Dr. Jason Warner Sep 10
's Dr. Amira Jadoon () on Pakistan's domestic terrorist landscape.
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CTC at West Point Sep 10
Thank you. We are looking forward to hosting you soon.
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CTC at West Point Sep 10
The final Sept. article (by ) is a look at how the Islamic State's caves and tunnels in the Hamrin Mountains are aiding w/ the group's insurgent attacks in northern
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CTC at West Point Sep 10
In their first article for the CTC Sentinel, and examine the impact of gender when it comes to individuals engaging in terrorism-related activity & their treatment in the criminal justice system.
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CTC at West Point Sep 10
Based on extensive field reporting, examines how forces in have transformed from guerrilla fighters into an entity capable of deploying medium-range ballistic missiles.
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CTC at West Point Sep 10
CTC Director Brian Dodwell and Sentinel editor-in-chief spoke w/ U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner about threats and CT efforts for this month's Foxhole interview.
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CTC at West Point Sep 10
In our Sept. cover article, Bryant Neal Viñas, the first American to be recruited into al-Qa`ida after 9/11, writes w/ about his experiences in hopes of shedding light on the foreign fighter issue.
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CTC at West Point Sep 10
Our Sept. CTC Sentinel just launched. Must-read articles on AQ’s first American foreign fighter after 9/11, the war in , the impact of gender on sentencing, ISIS's asymmetric war in northern , plus an intv w/ the commissioner of
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CTC at West Point Sep 7
Replying to @CSS_Zurich
Thanks for including us !
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Paul Cruickshank Sep 5
Must read given breaking news: Leading expert who led UK and NATO counter CBRN efforts weighs in on Novichok attack and evolving threats in most recent issue of Sentinel:
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CTC at West Point Sep 4
Replying to @cmellaniac
Thanks Melisa!!!!
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CTC at West Point Sep 4
The AFG Taliban announced today that Jalaluddin Haqqani passed away. See the following CTC reports & other contributions for background on his life, role, & influence.
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Daniel H. Heinke Sep 4
"How to explain the resilience of ?" Highly informative & convincing key note address by Director Brian Dodwell. Oh, and Brian is entertaining as well. Hoo-ah to Army research. Stay tuned for their upcoming reports! World Summit on Counter-Terrorism.
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CTC at West Point Aug 30
Thx for the nice comment Charlie!
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CTC at West Point Aug 29
If you missed report release yesterday by ... It includes new, insider details about IS media strategy & ops. Plus, release of some new IS primary sources. "Pulling Back the Curtain: An Inside Look at the Islamic State’s Media Organization"
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