Hybrid Wars with Adam Day

Hybrid Wars with Adam Day

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Hybrid Wars is a podcast from the United Nations University Centre for Policy Research, exploring how violent conflict around the world is becoming more deadly and more difficult to resolve than ever before.


The Battle Against ISIS in Iraq (Part 1)
Jul 16 • 23 min
In this fourth episode, Adam Day speaks to Fanar Haddad, Senior Research Fellow at the Middle East Institute at the National University, about the battle against the Islamic State, tracing the formation of ISIS back to the Iraq War that began in 2003.…
The Long War in Somalia
Jun 14 • 31 min
In this third episode, Adam Day speaks to Vanda Felbab-Brown, who regularly does fieldwork in Somalia, going to places where very few people from outside the region go, meeting with dozens of armed groups and militias around the country. One of the groups…
Fighting Boko Haram in Nigeria
Jun 12 • 31 min
In this second episode, we are going to be talking about Nigeria and the battle against the terrorist insurgency Boko Haram. We’re going to look at one of the untold stories in this fight: the community-based militias that emerged to defend themselves…
The Changing Nature of Armed Conflict
Jun 11 • 22 min
This podcast is about how war is changing. Over the past three years, our researchers have spent months in some of the most war-torn places on Earth. They have gone into parts of Iraq where ISIS occupied vast territories. They have witnessed first-hand…