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Diplomatic Security: A Comparative Analysis
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edited by Christopher Kinsey and Eugenio Cusumano (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 280 page(s)
The safety of diplomats has animated recent public and political debates. As diplomatic personnel are increasingly targeted by terrorism and political violence while overseas, sending states are augmenting host nations' security measures with their own. Protective arrangements range from deploying military, police...
edited by Christopher Kinsey and Eugenio Cusumano (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 280 page(s)
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Political Muslims: Understanding Youth Resistance in a Global Context
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edited by Sadek Hamid and Tahir Abbas (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2019), 345 page(s)
In the last few decades, the media, academics, and the general public have put considerable focus on Muslim culture and politics around the world. Specifically, the rising population of young Muslims has generated concerns about religious radicalism, Islamism, and conflicts in multicultural societies. However, few...
edited by Sadek Hamid and Tahir Abbas (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press, 2019), 345 page(s)
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Global Data Shock : Strategic Ambiguity, Deception, and Surprise in an Age of Information Overload
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written by Robert Mandel, 1945- (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 270 page(s)
Intelligence and security communities have access to an overwhelming amount of information. More data is better in an information-hungry world, but too much data paralyzes individual and institutional abilities to process and use information effectively. Robert Mandel calls this phenomenon "global data shock." He...
written by Robert Mandel, 1945- (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 270 page(s)
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Brokering Peace in Nuclear Environments: U.S. Crisis Management in South Asia
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written by Moeed Yusuf (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 319 page(s)
One of the gravest issues facing the global community today is the threat of nuclear war. As a growing number of nations gain nuclear capabilities, the odds of nuclear conflict increase. Yet nuclear deterrence strategies remain rooted in Cold War models that do not take into account regional conflict. Brokering Pe...
written by Moeed Yusuf (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2019), 319 page(s)
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Mosul after the War
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directed by Anne Poiret, fl. 2013; produced by Magneto and Arte France (France: Java Films, 2019), 1 hour
After 9 months of devastating civil war, Mosul was finally liberated from ISIS. A symbolically significant city, Mosul is where the Caliphate was proclaimed and remains the second largest city in Iraq. For a year, we followed the Iraqis’ efforts to rebuild their city. Rebuilding Mosul documents the difficulties...
directed by Anne Poiret, fl. 2013; produced by Magneto and Arte France (France: Java Films, 2019), 1 hour
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Terrorists: The Justice System's Dilemma 
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directed by Christophe Cotteret, 1976-; produced by Benoit Roland, fl. 2006 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Beliane, 2019), 52 mins
In Europe and Tunisia, a country that provided Isis with the biggest part of foreign fighters, the return of ex-jihadists is a real issue. Four jihadists' lawyers and three magistrates raise burning questions.
directed by Christophe Cotteret, 1976-; produced by Benoit Roland, fl. 2006 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Beliane, 2019), 52 mins
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Under Contract: The Invisible Workers of America's Global War
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written by Noah Coburn (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2018), 409 page(s)
War is one of the most lucrative job markets for an increasingly global workforce. Most of the work on American bases, everything from manning guard towers to cleaning the latrines to more technical engineering and accounting jobs, has been outsourced to private firms that then contract out individual jobs, often...
written by Noah Coburn (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2018), 409 page(s)
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Hamas Contained
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written by Tareq Baconi, fl. 2000 (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2018), 363 page(s)
Hamas rules Gaza and the lives of the two million Palestinians who live there. Demonized in media and policy debates, various accusations and critical assumptions have been used to justify extreme military action against Hamas. The reality of Hamas is, of course, far more complex. Neither a democratic political pa...
written by Tareq Baconi, fl. 2000 (Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2018), 363 page(s)
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6 counterterrorism lessons from the Syrian civil war
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written by Daniel Byman, 1967- (District of Columbia: Brookings Institution, 2018),
Source: www.brookings.edu
written by Daniel Byman, 1967- (District of Columbia: Brookings Institution, 2018),
Source: www.brookings.edu
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ARTE Reports, Philippines: The Islamic State's New Borders
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in ARTE Reports (Strasbourg, Grand Est (France): ARTE France Developpement, 2018), 24 mins
In May 2017, Marawi – a city of 200.000 inhabitants in the Southern Philippines – was the first conurbation of South-East Asia to fall into the Islamic State's allies’ hands. Surprised by the thus far unthinkable attack in a predominantly catholic country, the Philippine army took five months to retake Maraw...
in ARTE Reports (Strasbourg, Grand Est (France): ARTE France Developpement, 2018), 24 mins
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