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The Plight of the Rohingya

On March 16th, the European Union called upon the United Nations to urgently investigate claims of torture, rape and extra-judicial killings alleged to have been carried out by the Myanmar military against the Rohingya Muslim minority in that country. 

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Heed the Call

You took the Queens shilling, the bugle sounded, and you reported. Back in Civvy Street, now who is calling, how do you answer that call, and what are the hidden obstacles?

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Back in the Office on Monday

“I was in the desert on Thursday and was back to work on Sunday,” said a Reservist, speaking about his return from Iraq. After active service, many Reservists then return to their civilian jobs within days.

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What else do you consider when choosing that job?

So, you have gotten over that awkward feeling of self-promotion, and you are marketing yourself globally on Linkedin or Xing. You have also produced a great CV, and have been sending it out far and wide. Job offers are coming in, how do you choose which one to take?

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Drones as a threat

In this second of two blogs, Barry Harris, senior advisor to Proelium Law LLP and commercial Drone expert, gives an introduction to this new asymmetric threat.

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Iran and The West

The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) with Iran was adopted on 18 October 2015 and implemented on 16 January 2016. The JCPOA, or ‘nuclear deal’, has been seen as a stabiliser in relationships between Iran and Western countries to “make the world a safer place”. The agreement seems to be broadly working so far, with benefits on both sides.

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5 Minutes Early is On Time

The “5 minutes before parade” thing … yes, still guilty after all these years. How many other Veterans are doing the same? It is a habit born of military service that will carry you well in Civvy Street so do not abandon it.

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German XRW threat in the military highlighted

A Lieutenant in the German military was arrested on April 26th in Hammelburg, Bavaria, for planning and preparing a terrorist attack. The soldier was picked up by the German Federal Criminal Police after a two-month investigation that was initiated after he was discovered attempting to recover a firearm hidden in Vienna airport.

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WCry Ransomware

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Attack of the drones

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The Iraqi Army in Mosul

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Pear Insights

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