For the fifth consecutive year the Middle East has witnessed an increase in arms deals.
The battle over oil resources has proven to be a thorny issue for the parties involved in the Libyan conflict.
Security Flaws Necessitate Reviewing Security Policies
The subsequent terrorist attacks that hit Britain opened a debate about the efficiency of Britain’s security forces.
Disasters in Reverse
From the point of view of a Safety, Security, Defense, Emergency and Crisis management professionals, events are disasters in reverse.
Why Ports have Become More Central to Regional Interactions
The past few years have seen a growing interest on the part of local, regional and international actors in existing or new ports.
Foreign Actors' Influence on Arab Security
Clearly, the Arab world is witnessing radical changes that began prior to the U.S. occupation of Iraq in 2003.
How does Morocco approach non-traditional challenges?
FARAS hosted Dr. Mohammad Al-Hashemi for a seminar on how Morocco approaches non-traditional challenges.
How to Protect Critical Infrastructure from Cyber Breaches?
On September 28, 2016, FARAS hosted a workshop on how to protect critical infrastructure from cyber security breaches.
Security Challenges and Prospects in Algeria
On 26 May 2016, FARAS hosted Dr. Bouhnia Goui, Dean of the Faculty of Law and Political Science at the University of Ouargla in Algeria
FARAS hosted John A. Sweeney, the Deputy Director of the Center for Postnormal Policy and Future Studies at East-West University.