Executive Summary: ISIS has become financially unstable over the past 12 months and the researcher estimates that ISIS has a $245 million annual deficit. This is due to shrinking revenue streams, the destruction of stockpiled money, and the increased costs of maintaining a military force that is being rapidly destroyed and operating costs associated with […]Read more "ISIS Financially Unstable from Shrinking Revenue Streams"
Charles Book 23 November 2016 Executive Summary It is likely that the Islamic State of Iraq and the Sham (ISIS) will remain as the most dominant terror group regarding interest over time on Google Trends of the four samples selected for this study over the next twelve months. The purpose of this study was to […]Read more "The Nexus of Terrorism: A Trend and Comparison Analysis of Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah, ISIS, and the Taliban"
Roland Blatnik 20 November 2016 Through Social Network Analysis (SNA) Linkages to Reduce Terrorism and Organized Crime is Likely Executive Summary: Through the study of Organized Crime Groups (OCGs) and Terrorist Organizations (TOs) in Social Network Analysis (SNA), it is likely to create openings for the elimination, weakening, or isolation of these groups by manipulating […]Read more "Social Network Analysis of Organized Crime Groups (OCGs) and Terrorist Organizations (TOs) Between Europe and South America"