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SITREP (Extended) for the Week Ending 2-14-2017

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SITREP For The Week Ending 2-5-2017

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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-29-2017

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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-22-2017

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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-15-2017

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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-8-2017

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The Ghost of the Trench Rises

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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-1-2017

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SITREP For The Week Ending 12/25/2016

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Weekly SITREP, For The Week Ending 12-18-2016

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Burmese Ceasefire Not Truly “National”

W. R. Collier Jr.- In a statement released on 15 October of 2015, John Kirby, spokesman for...
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The Coming Era of Micronations

OPINION By W.R. Collier Jr-  Micronations- it's new, it's hot, and its happening. A...
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Terror Attack NOT Sophisticated

W. R. (Bill) Collier Jr- The terror attacks in Paris were not "sophisticated" attacks, as is...
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SITREP For The Week Ending 2-5-2017

              India CONTINUING COVERAGE - Imphal Siege Continues As the local government of Imphal attempts to negotiate an end to the four-month old siege of this eastern Indian city, skirmishes intensify along the narrow supply routes into the...

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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-29-2017

              The Blockade of Imphal Continues The low-intensity siege and blockade of Imphal is on target to pass its 90-day mark. The siege, begun by the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) on November 1, 2016 to protest a redistricting...

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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-22-2017

                SPECIAL COVERAGE - THE LOW-INTENSITY SIEGE OF IMPHAL, 2016-2017   India In an update to last week's story, the economic blockade of Manipur State - begun on November 1, 2016 - continues through its third full month. The...

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SITREP (Extended) for the Week Ending 2-14-2017

              India CONTINUING COVERAGE - The Siege of Imphal Passes Its 100th Day The economic blockade of Imphal, capital of Manipur, passes the one hundred day mark on February 8th, as the second round of talks to resolve the crisis broke...
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SITREP For The Week Ending 2-5-2017

              India CONTINUING COVERAGE - Imphal Siege Continues As the local government of Imphal attempts to negotiate an end to the four-month old siege of this eastern Indian city, skirmishes intensify along the narrow supply routes into...
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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-29-2017

              The Blockade of Imphal Continues The low-intensity siege and blockade of Imphal is on target to pass its 90-day mark. The siege, begun by the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) on November 1, 2016 to protest a...
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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-22-2017

                SPECIAL COVERAGE - THE LOW-INTENSITY SIEGE OF IMPHAL, 2016-2017   India In an update to last week's story, the economic blockade of Manipur State - begun on November 1, 2016 - continues through its third full month....
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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-15-2017

                We're starting this SITREP a bit out of order, given the developing situation in India's Assam and Nagaland states, where the historic city of Imphal remains under siege...     South Asia India In northern India,...
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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-8-2017

            A busy week all around..... Africa Nigeria On the northeastern border of Nigeria and Cameroon, on Wednesday, Camerounian Army  troops uncovered a huge bomb-making factory used by the Boko Haram terror group to manufacture IED's near the...
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The Ghost of the Trench Rises

Megacities, Musketry, Physics and Why the Intermediate Cartridge Needs to Disappear "Megacity" is not a term in the general lexicon of most people. It is typically defined as any metropolitan area with a population of 10million or more. It is often that eyes...
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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-1-2017

        Overall, New Year's Eve, 2017 was mostly quiet around the world, thankfully. There were, of course, numerous incidents, but few major ones. Here's to hoping the trend continues... Turkey Istanbul We will start off the new year with the...
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SITREP For The Week Ending 12/25/2016

              As 2016 winds down into its final holidays, it would be nice to be able to wax on about how forces around the world had decided to take a breather...If you've been reading this column for any length of time, you should know...
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Weekly SITREP, For The Week Ending 12-18-2016

            Today, MilitaryGazette's SITREP column returns, in a slightly altered format. We are always experimenting with new ideas, so we decided to make this a weekly column instead of a daily, as we had previously done. You might want to grab...
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SITREP For The Week Ending 2-5-2017

              India CONTINUING COVERAGE - Imphal Siege Continues As the local government of Imphal attempts to negotiate an end to the four-month old siege of this eastern Indian city, skirmishes intensify along the narrow supply routes into the...

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SITREP For The Week Ending 1-29-2017

              The Blockade of Imphal Continues The low-intensity siege and blockade of Imphal is on target to pass its 90-day mark. The siege, begun by the National Socialist Council of Nagaland (NSCN) on November 1, 2016 to protest a redistricting...

read more

SITREP For The Week Ending 1-22-2017

                SPECIAL COVERAGE - THE LOW-INTENSITY SIEGE OF IMPHAL, 2016-2017   India In an update to last week's story, the economic blockade of Manipur State - begun on November 1, 2016 - continues through its third full month. The...

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