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| Conflict & Terrorism Unit
Expert research and analysis on all trends and developments
related to conflict and terrorism in Africa
CAI's Conflict & Terrorism unit focuses on conflict and terrorism issues in Africa, from both African and international viewpoints. Intra-state conflicts on the continent have significant effects on countries in terms of the destruction of infrastructure, displacement of local populations and the related damaging socio-economic and political consequences. The rise of terrorism and the relationships that exist between various African groups and international terrorist organisations also deserves careful inspection. Given these factors, the unit analyses conflict and terrorism issues, trends, and concerns in Africa, and the relevance and potential impacts of African conflicts and terrorism for our clients.
The Conflict & Terrorism unit provides expert analysis and research on all trends and developments related to conflict and terrorism in Africa. Our exceptional team of analysts, consultants and interns, spread across Africa, Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the United States, offer a wealth of insight and experience, and combine to develop a vast range of research and strategy solutions to meet all of your African-related intelligence needs.
CAI's Conflict & Terrorism unit delivers expert analysis and research with our clients' needs in mind, offering:
- Tailored reports - Reports tailored to meet the specific conflict and terrorism related needs and requirements of the client;
- Tailored report series - Reports series (fortnightly, monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly) tailored to meet the specific conflict and terrorism related needs and requirements of the client; and
- Brief discussion papers - Regular discussion papers released in CAI's fortnightly newsletter, analysing issues relating to conflict and terrorism on the African continent, the effects on the local population, socio-economic development, and international responses.
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