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Category: Rest of World

November 1, 2019

By Masis Ingilizian

Azerbaijan Encroaches Into Georgian Territory

After the collapse of the Soviet Union, the three former republics of the Caucasus, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia, failed to demarcate and delimit their borders. This failure has resulted in regular incidents across the fringes of each nation’s respective territory. The well-publicized border disputes between Armenian and Azerbaijan are complex in nature, and the two…

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October 11, 2019

By Benjamin Strick

Investigating Information Operations in West Papua: A Digital Forensic Case Study of Cross-Platform Network Analysis

These findings were made by BBC open source investigator Benjamin Strick and Elise Thomas, a researcher with the International Cyber Policy Centre at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute.  A new open source investigation has analysed a well-funded and co-ordinated social media campaign aimed at distorting the truth about events in the restive Indonesian province of…

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September 3, 2019

By Bellingcat Anti-Equality Monitoring

Armenian Far-Right and Church Opposition to Anti-Female Violence Convention

Written by Narine Khachatryan Over the past months, right-wing groups and individuals in Armenia have been actively campaigning on and offline against the ratification of the Council of Europe’s Convention on Preventing and Combating Violence Against Women and Domestic Violence (more widely known as the Istanbul Convention).  What the controversy in Armenia? Armenia signed the…

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September 3, 2019

By Benjamin Strick

Twitter Analysis: Identifying A Pro-Indonesian Propaganda Bot Network 

The ongoing conflict in West Papua has surged recently as the West Papuan freedom movement seeks independence from Indonesia.  While aggression has been documented on both sides, there are grave concerns that Indonesian security forces have been responsible for human rights abuses through the violent suppression of West Papuans in their pursuit of independence.  Hostilities…

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May 10, 2019

By Bellingcat Contributor

Additional EA-03 Arrive At China’s Yishuntun

New satellite imagery acquired by Digitalglobe shows that China has increased the deployment of Guizhou Aviation Industry Group (GAIG) EA-03 Xianglong high altitude long endurance (HALE) unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) to Yishuntun airbase in Jilin province. The platform, identified by its unique box wing design and V shaped vertical stabilizers, is often considered China’s answer…

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November 25, 2018

By Bellingcat Contributor

China Launches Additional Type 094 SSBNs

Workers at the Bohai Shipyard at Huludao have constructed two additional Type 094 JIN-class ballistic missile nuclear submarines (SSBN), satellite imagery from Planet Labs suggests. One Type 094 relocated from the shipyard’s fabrication hall to the nearby fitting-out pier in November 2017, while another relocated in October 2018. The Type 094 is the People’s Liberation…

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