International Relations: Korean reunification

I recently had a conversation with a friend of mine about the two Koreas, and he was adamant that North Korea would eventually transition to democracy and the two Koreas would unite. I asked some family members what they thought, and they believed that the Kim regime would eventually fall and the two Koreas would... Continue Reading →


 OSINT is great, but it can’t do everything

The rapid expansion of social media, technology and increasing ease with which people can now access the internet has transformed contemporary society. From an intelligence perspective, these developments have opened a gold mine of information for analysts from which to draw upon in their analysis of developments on a wide range of security issues –... Continue Reading →

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