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(Bangladesh/Female Radicalization and Extremism) Neo-Jama’atul Mujahideen Bangladesh’s Female Members Further Islamic State’s Recruitment and Propaganda (The Jamestown Foundation)

The Neo-Jama’atul Mujahideen Bangladesh (Neo-JMB), which was responsible for the deadly July 2016 Holey Artisan Bakery terrorist attack in Dhaka claimed by Islamic State (IS), has effectively nurtured and nourished a strong network of female jihadists in the country (refworld.org, November 15, 2016).

https://jamestown.org/program/neo-jamaatul-mujahideen-bangladeshs-female-members-further-islamic-states-recruitment-and-propaganda/

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(Iran/Iraq) Iran’s Resistance Axis Rattled by Divisions: Asaib Ahl al-Haq’s Leader Rejects the Ceasefire in Iraq (The Jamestown Foundation)

On December 20, 2020, 21 Katyusha rockets struck the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad, breaking an Iranian-sponsored ceasefire in Iraq for a second time (U.S. Central Command, December 23, 2020).

https://jamestown.org/program/irans-resistance-axis-rattled-by-divisions-asaib-ahl-al-haqs-leader-rejects-the-ceasefire-in-iraq/

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(China/Demography) Chinese Demographic Signals Bode Ill for Future Development (The Jamestown Foundation)

A new study published February 8 by the Ministry of Public Security of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) (MPS, 中华人民共和国公安部, zhonghua renmin gongheguo gongan bu) reported that there were 10.035 million registered births in 2020, down from 11.79 million in 2019.

https://jamestown.org/program/chinese-demographic-signals-bode-ill-for-future-development/

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(China/PLA) The People’s Liberation Army Attempts to Jump Start Training Reforms (The Jamestown Foundation)

The People’s Liberation Army (PLA) is attempting to reinvigorate lagging unit training and military education reforms to enable an integrated joint operations capability.

https://jamestown.org/program/the-peoples-liberation-army-attempts-to-jump-start-training-reforms/

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(China/Latin America) An Overlooked Source of Chinese Influence in Latin America (The Jamestown Foundation)

The People’s Republic of China’s (PRC) engagement in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) is drawing increased scrutiny from U.S. policymakers.

https://jamestown.org/program/an-overlooked-source-of-chinese-influence-in-latin-america/

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(BRI/Uzbekistan) Tracking the Digital Component of the BRI in Central Asia, Part One: Exporting “Safe Cities” to Uzbekistan (The Jamestown Foundation)

Following the 2013 announcement of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) at a speech given by People’s Republic of China President Xi Jinping during visit to Kazakhstan, Central Asia has been a key regional priority and an indispensable element for the success of the BRI as a whole (PRC Ministry of Foreign Affairs, September 7, 2013).

https://jamestown.org/program/tracking-the-digital-component-of-the-bri-in-central-asia-part-one-exporting-safe-cities-to-uzbekistan/

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(China/USA/South China Sea) China’s Use of U.S. Satellite Communications Technology in the South China Sea (The Jamestown Foundation)

In recent years, the maritime law enforcement (MLE) forces of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) have dominated the contested waters of the South China Sea (AMTI, December 4, 2020).

https://jamestown.org/program/chinas-use-of-u-s-satellite-communications-technology-in-the-south-china-sea/

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(Ukraine/China) Ukraine’s China Policy: A (Not so) Delicate Balance (The Jamestown Foundation)

Reporting on the saga of Chinese efforts to purchase Ukraine’s strategic Motor Sich aerospace production company frequently casts Kyiv as a weak “pawn” on the geopolitical chessboard, caught in the middle of the larger rivalry between Beijing and Washington.

https://jamestown.org/program/ukraines-china-policy-a-not-so-delicate-balance/

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(Tajikistan/Afghanistan/China) Porosity of Tajik-Afghan Border Making Beijing’s Involvement in Region More Ominous (The Jamestown Foundation)

In most parts of the world, the lines on maps separating countries are true borders. That is, they are controlled by the governments on one or both sides. But in some places, they remain the quasi-open frontiers they were in the past or have reemerged as such because of recent political changes; those borders are highly porous zones, where people and goods can move more or less freely in one or both directions without much regard to the powers that be.

https://jamestown.org/program/porosity-of-tajik-afghan-border-making-beijings-involvement-in-region-more-ominous/

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