Al Qaeda has taken advantage of the US’s distraction with ISIS to gain ground in Yemen. To stop al Qaeda, the US must help Yemen find a way to restore peace.
A Strategic Intelligence and International Politics & Policy journal at Patrick Henry College.
We are pleased to enter our tenth year of providing analysis on national security and foreign policy.
Volume 19, Issue 2
Senior EditorHannah Cudal
Assistant EditorsSpencer Kolssak
Photo credit: Cover: St. Nicholas Russian Church, Bucharest, Romania © fusion-of-horizons
Church and state have always been closely aligned in Russia. Now Vladimir Putin is using the Russian Orthodox Church’s societal influence for his own political agenda.
Hezbollah has been suspected of selling Captagon, a powerful amphetamine, to ISIS. The best way to stop the trade is to take out the middlemen.
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The Intelligencer‘s mission is to expand public understanding of crucial matters in national security, intelligence, and international relations.
We focus on producing articles that have a succinct and easy-to-read style, thorough research, insightful analysis, and informed predictions and policy recommendations.
Begun in 2007, the journal is a student-led special project sponsored by Patrick Henry College’s Strategic Intelligence (SI) program.
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