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Eugene Bullard: The First Black Fighter Pilot

Eugene Bullard during his flight training. The Croix de Guerre with Star he received for valour during the Battle of Verdun is visible. On the left, there is the unofficial wings worn by many French pilots. Eugene Bullard: From Columbus,…

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Impact of COVID-19 on the MINUSCA Mission

In this Grey Dynamics report, we will be focusing on the impact of COVID in the two areas above in the case of UN MINUSCA in the Central African Republique. “There is likely to be similarities in how officials go…

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Terrorism Outlook: Europe

Background The Madrid and London attacks in 2004 and 2005 respectively presented a novel threat within the European community. Attacks between 2010-2020 switched and largely targeted countries like France, Germany and the United Kingdom. Right-wing attacks and arrests like the…

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QAnon: And Then There Was Q

And Then There Was Q Referring back to the first part of this series, a collection of posts on the 4chan message board are instrumental in the QAnon timeline. The earliest posts were each written with a similar language/syntax structure,…

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Cabo Verde Narco-State
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Cabo Verde: Another Narco-State in West Africa?

Cabo Verde is an island-state off the West African coast. It is home to around 500,000 residents who use tourism and transportation as their primary means of living. The former Portuguese colony gained its independence 40 years ago and since…

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Tunisia: A Safe Country?

Tunisia, arguably, is a relatively safe country, in the major population centres and areas away from the borders with Algeria and Libya. A comparison with France, a modern, Western country considered safe by many for visits and business provides some…

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Madre de Dios: A Military ‘Solution’ in Peru

In February 2019, the government of Peru launched an all-out and what is planned to be a  “sustained” military campaign to eradicate illegal mining in the department of Madre de Dios. The raid included 1,272 police agents, 300 members of…

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