Tag Archives: Islamic extremism

Risks for Caucasus of U.S.-Russia Anti-Terrorism Cooperation

Should the United States partner up with Russia on counter-terrorism in the Caucasus?

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Post-Boston: Keep Calm and Think Clearly (Part I)

What can the Boston Marathon bombings teach the United States about employing more effective forms of countering violent extremism?

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Mumbai Terror’s Pakistani Trail

Why are the recent Mumbai attacks a nasty byproduct of internecine churning within the Pakistani military?

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The Jihad of America’s Founding Fathers

Why is the tension between the United States and the Muslim world far from a recent development?

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U.S. History and the War on Terrorism

In what direction will the United States’ military power take it?

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Why Osama bin Laden Hates Microfinance

Has Osama bin Laden become the first prophet in a new line of Islamic Marxists? Or is he just another would-be dictator searching for specious arguments?

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American Realism and Engaging Syria

How is Syria becoming increasingly important to U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East?

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Living with Death Threats

What makes this outspoken critic of Islam controversial enough to warrant threats to her life?

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Globalized Islam

How has the movement of Muslims for economic reasons caused Islam to be a global religion?

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London Bombings — The U.S. Perspective

What lessons can the West learn from London’s encounter with terror?

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