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Turkey’s border wall no substitute for effective refugee policy

A vast new wall built by Turkey on its border with Syria offers the country some protection from external security threats. But the wall does not address domestic challenges, specifically those posed by the many refugees already inside Turkey.

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    IISS Cyber Report: 15 to 21 June

    22 June 2017.  Wannacry ransomware traced to North Korea, US–Cuba cooperation, mobile internet blocked in Darjeeling.

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    Turkey’s border wall no substitute for effective refugee policy

    20 June 2017.  A vast new wall built by Turkey on its border with Syria offers the country some protection from external security threats. But the wall does not address domestic challenges, specifically those posed by the many refugees already inside Turkey. Caitlin Vito argues the investment on the border should be mirrored by an equally robust effort to develop effective, long-term refugee policies.

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    IISS Cyber Report: 8 to 14 June

    15 June 2017.  Governments in Australia, Egypt and Nepal seek to increase data monitoring of citizens; China, Malaysia, the Philippines, France and the United Kingdom each cracks down on terrorist content online.

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    IISS Cyber Report: 1 to 7 June

    08 June 2017.  Putin likens hackers to artists, cyber defence boost for US missiles, Japan launches satellite.

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    Rouhani's Iran: between hardliners and Trump

    02 June 2017.  Hassan Rouhani was the clear winner of the Iranian presidential election - but he faces challenges at home and abroad.

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    IISS Cyber Report: 25 to 31 May

    01 June 2017.  US plans cooperation with Asian allies, Russia moves against anonymous messaging apps.

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    China's draft intelligence law

    26 May 2017.  New draft legislation calls on all Chinese people and organisations to collaborate and cooperate with Beijing’s intelligence work. The proposed Intelligence Law has emerged quietly, but includes sweeping new powers. What clues does this vaguely worded document hold to the future of Chinese activities at home and abroad?

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    IISS Cyber Report: 18 to 24 May

    25 May 2017.  US–Russia rift, industry resists new Chinese cyber law, Facebook hit with fine.

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    North Korea’s illicit trade: every little bit hurts

    24 May 2017.  A global network of front companies allows North Korea to trade arms and military equipment in defiance of international sanctions. Blocking this lucrative practice would be a victory for the nation's opponents. 

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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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