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Editorial BoardOct 30, 2019 | 21:36 GMT
Nicholas Krohley
Nicholas Krohley

Nicholas Krohley is the founder of FrontLine Advisory, a Switzerland-based consultancy, and the author of The Death of the Mehdi Army: The Rise, Fall, and Revival of Iraq's Most Powerful Militia. He has broad global experience developing intelligence and risk management platforms for both corporate and government clients, and previously served with distinction as an adviser to the U.S. Army in Iraq. He is an established thought leader on the integration of ethnographic methods into intelligence analysis and has published articles with Foreign Affairs and The Modern War Institute at West Point. He holds a doctorate and a master of arts degree from King's College London and a bachelor of arts from Yale University.

SITUATION REPORTSep 23, 2019 | 17:24 GMT
Japan: Radar Systems Reportedly Lost Track of North Korean Missiles
Sources within the Japanese Self-Defense Forces told the Japan Times that both land- and sea-based missile tracking systems failed on at least two occasions to follow the trajectories of short-range missiles fired by North Korea during a series of tests it has conducted since May, the newspaper reported Sept. 23.
ReflectionsSep 14, 2019 | 14:00 GMT
A protest group called Hot Mess holds up signs of Jeffrey Epstein at the federal courthouse in New York City on July 8, 2019.
Toxic Entitlement: Making the World Safer for Women and Girls
In this reflection originally published on Stratfor Threat Lens, senior protective intelligence analyst Mike Parks dives into the concept of toxic entitlement, arguing that men have a duty to police their sexual impulses and those of their fellow men, either through persuasion or established rules of conduct.
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