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Ethiopia’s increasing outmigration highlights wider economic and security problems

Ethiopia's domestic issues must be addressed in order to stem the increasing flow of people out of the country.

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    North Korea moves closer to missile that could strike US

    19 May 2017.  After a successful test earlier this month, the Hwasong-12 has emerged as North Korea’s longest range missile system. Recent progress takes Pyongyang closer to full Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) capability – until that goal is reached, diplomatic overtures from South Korea, China and the US will likely come to nothing.

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    IISS Cyber Report: 11 to 17 May

    18 May 2017.  Wannacry ransomware epidemic, Ukraine blocks Russian sites, US Army tests cyber defences.

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    Is Mexico really in a state of conflict?

    12 May 2017.  During our work monitoring the world’s armed conflicts, we look at a number of criteria to discern whether a country is in conflict, rather than suffering from high levels of violent criminality. A conflict’s duration and tempo, as well as the threat it poses to the state, are key factors, explains Anastasia Voronkova.

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    IISS Cyber Report: 4 to 10 May

    11 May 2017.  Our weekly digest of the world's cyber security news.

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    Young women participating in conflict must actively participate in post-conflict stabilisation

    11 May 2017.  Despite the increasing direct involvement of young women in conflict, efforts to engage them in disarmament, demobilisation and reintegration programmes seem ineffective

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    Mexico’s spiralling murder rate

    09 May 2017.  A drug cartel arms race has given gangs the firepower to terrify ordinary people, and resist attacks by rivals and the state. How can politicians fight the scourge of 'hyper-violent criminality'? 

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    An explosive mix in southern Libya

    08 May 2017.  The next phase of the conflict in Libya is likely to be in the south of the country, given the proliferation of armed groups along the border and the ongoing offensive by the Libyan National Army.

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    Disruption and violence in Kenya’s primaries bring uncertainty to the wider region

    05 May 2017.  Potentially violent elections in August are raising concerns among the international community, given Kenya’s key regional roles as an economic powerhouse and in counter-terrorism efforts.

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    Trust in the crypto-drug markets

    05 May 2017.  The unintended consequences of aggressive drug control interventions have made the use and trade of illegal substances more resilient, both offline and via the darknet. However, the emerging field of research into crypto-drug markets may be able to provide remedial action.

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    Intensifying violence in the Central African Republic is symptomatic of deep governance problems

    04 May 2017.  Clashes between armed groups vying for control of territory in the CAR pose increasing risks for civilians.

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