The following is a new feature from ISIS Europe. Each week we will provide a collection of 10 must reads from around the web on issues pertaining to international security. Simply click the article title to open a new tab.
This week’s top 10 (in alphabetical order) are:
60 Words by Radiolab
A fascinating podcast on how 60 words, passed into law after September 11th, have ‘blurred the line between war and peace’.
Behind the Headlines: Egypt by Saara Ilmonen
Our weekly plug, as we take a look at what lies ahead for Egypt in the run up to the country’s elections.
Do India and Japan really share the same security concerns? by Marco Giulio Barone
International Security Observer
“India and Japan do have enough in common for strengthening defense ties, especially concerning maritime security, though they share very little in terms of geopolitical views and stakes.”
Moldova in the Middle by Mitchell A. Orenstein
Foreign Affairs (subscription required)
“The newest front in the battle between Russia and the West”
Remember Bosnia? by Gordon N. Bardos
The National Interest
The path to stabilization and its challenges in the southeastern state.
An analysis of the debate surrounding the former US Navy intelligence analyst, who was arrested in 1985 for alleged spying on behalf of Israel.
The EU Elections 2014: Toward a democratic revolution by Didier Reynders
The foreign minister of Belgium calls for voters to embrace the new capacity to personify European elections.
A new feature from the Guardian showcasing personal interviews from defectors, in-depth analysis, and user submitted content on the hermit state.
The KKK is a Terrorist Organization by Max Abrahms
Why US citizens don’t view the KKK as a terrorist organization and why that’s supremely incorrect.
The ‘white’ saviours of the Arabs by Tanya Goudsouzian
An in-depth look at the foreign ‘soldiers’ fighting in Syria and previously Libya.