Author: Haris Šehović

Haris Šehović graduated in International Relations and Diplomacy. He gained diplomatic experience working as a part of the OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina Youth Advisory Group since early 2019, in the Department of Security Cooperation where he worked with OSCE staff on Security Sector Governance Reform (SSG/R), compliance with politico-military commitments of BiH, cybersecurity and counter-terrorism. He speaks three languages (English, French and Chinese) and is interested in all topics related to international security and intelligence.

Articles written by Haris Šehović

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Afghan refugees in Iran
Even though President Biden's arguments for troop withdrawal from Afghanistan are legitimate, one could not have expected to have an organized national response from a country in which the process of nation-building is incomplete. The United States cannot ignore terrorist thugs undoing 20 years of progress in the field of women’s rights and civil society. The international community cannot ignore that, as Kabul falls into the hands of the Taliban, Afghanistan may become a hotspot for terror organizations.
Mohsen Fakhrizadeh
Targeted killing operations only make sense if they are used as a deterrent or if a certain target is important enough that his/her death would deal a significant blow to the adversary nation state. To be a target of interest, you have to be irreplaceable. If someone can take your place half an hour after your death and continue your work, assassination is meaningless.
There is an old saying about counterterrorism: it is like mowing the grass in your front lawn. It needs to be a consistent process, even though sometimes you do not know exactly where the enemy is. The future of counterterrorism operations lies in better cooperation among Western nation-states.
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