Now showing items 3-9 of 9

    • Hizballah in Africa 

      Wege, Carl Anthony (Institut für Strategie- Politik- Sicherheits- und Wirtschaftsberatung (ISPSW), Berlin, Germany, 2012-08)
      There is a gap in the existing literature on Hizballah which has rarely been examined: Hizballah and Iran’s recent roles in Africa. The African continent, particularly countries below the Sahara, is characterized by a large ...
    • The Hizballah-North Korean Nexus 

      Wege, Carl Anthony (Small Wars Foundation, 2011-01-23)
      A significant relationship between Hizballah and North Korea, facilitated by Iran, has developed over the last two decades. This relationship has changed the configuration of Hizballah and shaped it into a more formidable ...
    • Hizbollah organization 

      Wege, Carl Anthony (Taylor and Francis Online, 2008-01-09)
      There is a dearth of information in the open literature with a direct focus on the Hizbollah organization. Symptomatic of the shortcomings of the existing literature is the tendency to analyze Islamist movements in general ...
    • Hizbollah-Syrian Intelligence Affairs: A Marriage of Convenience 

      Wege, Carl Anthony (2011)
      Since the 1980s, Hizbollah has emerged as the guardian of Lebanon's Shi'a and a stalking horse for Iran. Syria, though allied with Tehran, seeks to manage Hizbollah's freedom of action in Lebanon and is eyed cautiously in ...
    • The Taliban’s Online Emirate 

      Wege, Carl Anthony (2017-09-07)
    • Urban and rural militia organizations in Syria's less governed spaces 

      Wege, Carl Anthony (The Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, 2015-09-21)
      This paper contends decline of Bashar al-Assad’s governing authority and the concomitant accretion of increasingly complex militia organizations suggests a future of petty militia fiefdoms affecting an Islamic veneer ruling ...