[About Us]

2022: A Need For New Kind Of Security Analysis

Midstone Centre for International Affairs (MCIA) is a collection of experts, analysts and students from a variety of fields, from geopolitics to defence and from human rights to OSINT.

We observe and analyse important international events and geopolitical shifts with the goal of providing the most in-depth research.

We offer cutting edge analysis and consultancy for security and geopolitical events that help organizations understand how to protect their interests and investments.

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What Services We Offer For You

We offer our services with the aim of helping better understand the effects of security or geopolitical events globally and offering insight into how things may shape in the long term. With a global team, we provide our services to private and semi-governmental clients.

Consultancy

We provide specialised consultancy on geopolitical and security events, OSINT, human rights issues, and more.

Analysis

We analyse security and geopolitical events and patterns to help better understand international developments.

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Open Source Intelligence

Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) allows us to keep track of events on the ground, giving your organization the accuracy it needs to make informed decisions. Contact us for specialised help in this field.

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We aim to provide cutting edge analysis through our detailed reports and informative articles. Contact us for more awesome work to help inform your organization of critical issues in today’s uncertain times.

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Our Team

Midstone Centre for International Affairs (MCIA) is a collection of experts, analysts and students from a variety of fields, from geopolitics to defence to OSINT.

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Latest Articles

Read our latest articles on national security, geo-politics, conflicts, OSINT, and other fields.

07 Feb
On the morning of February 6th, 2023, Turkey was shaken by two powerful earthquakes that left a trail of destruction in their wake. The first struck 34 km west of the city of Gaziantep at 1:17 UTC, with a magnitude of 7.8, making it one of the strongest earthquakes to hit Turkey in modern times. The quake was felt in both Turkey and Syria, causing widespread damage and loss of life. The aftershocks were also very strong, with the strongest registering a magnitude of 6.7. The second earthquake hit the city of Kahramanmaraş just 9 hours later, with a magnitude of 7.5, causing further destruction and adding to the toll of the first quake.
16 Jan
With Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House with a Republican majority, it is widely assumed that there will be some shifts...
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Latest Reports

We publish in-depth reports on national security, geo-politics, conflicts, OSINT, and other fields.