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Monthly intelligence briefing on the Boko Haram insurgency: May 2017

The second of five monthly intelligence briefings on the Boko Haram insurgency being prepared for the Remote Control Project. This briefing summarises and analyses the main international developments, the actions of US and European partners, the actions of local governments and coalitions, and the various Boko Haram operations over the previous month.

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Monthly intelligence briefing on the Boko Haram insurgency: April 2017

The first of five monthly intelligence briefings on the Boko Haram insurgency being prepared for the Remote Control Project. This briefing summarises and analyses the main international developments, the actions of US and European partners, the actions of local governments and coalitions, and the various Boko Haram operations over the previous month.

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New project on remote warfare against Boko Haram

The United States, France and other powers are quietly carrying out remote warfare in the form of drone operations and special forces deployments in support of Nigerian and regional coalition efforts against Boko Haram. Open Briefing is launching a new project that will detail our assessment of key developments in the operations and the evolving nature and effectiveness of the complex coalitions against Boko Haram.

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Intelligence brief: Reducing the supply of weapons to Boko Haram

This briefing assesses Boko Haram's arsenal, where those munitions come from, and how best to reduce the flow of weapons to the group. The group’s weaponry is predominantly of Russian and Eastern European stock looted from police stations and military bases within Nigeria. It will be impossible to stem the flow of weapons to Boko Haram completely. Ultimately, it will be efforts to tackle the deep structural socio-economic problems in northern Nigeria that will have the most success in fundamentally weakening Boko Haram.

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The weekly briefing, 7 April 2014

Political and security risk updates from the Open Briefing intelligence unit. Earthquake in Chile puts new president to the test, North and South Korean naval forces exchange fire, tensions continue to rise between Russia and the West after annexation of Crimea, and more.

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