Tag Archives: 9/11

The Triple Shocks of 1979 and the Making of the Middle East

by Lt. Col. Chad M. Pillai. He is a U.S. Army strategist who has served in assignments in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Lt. Col. Pillai is a published author in a variety of journals and online forums to … Continue reading

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New Zealand’s terrorist attack and the scars of the Global War on Terror

by Sandra Ivanov. She is from New Zealand with a postgraduate education in Peace and Conflict Studies. She was formerly a policy advisor in the New Zealand public service and now primarily works in the development sector. You can connect … Continue reading

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NATO & Trump: relationship status – complicated

von Patrick Truffer (English version). Patrick Truffer absolviert momentan ein Masterstudiengang in Internationale Beziehungen an der Freien Universität Berlin. Die Agenda des NATO-Gipfeltreffens der Staats- und Regierungschefs der Mitgliedsstaaten am Donnerstag, 25. Mai 2017 stellte sich überschaubar dar: Stärkung der … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Bargain: Wahhabism, Foreigners, & Power

by Lt. Col. Chad M. Pillai. He is a U.S. Army strategist who has served in assignments in Europe, the Middle East, and Asia. Lt. Col. Pillai is a published author in a variety of journals and online forums to … Continue reading

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The United States and the Chaotic Middle East

by Dr. Gawdat Bahgat. Dr. Bahgat is professor of National Security Affairs at the National Defense University’s Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Study. He is an Egyptian-born specialist in Middle Eastern policy, particularly Egypt, Iran, and the Gulf … Continue reading

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Rezension: Jahrbuch Terrorismus 2014

von Felix F. Seidler. Felix F. Seidler ist freier Mitarbeiter am Institut für Sicherheitspolitik an der Universität in Kiel und Administrator von Seidlers Sicherheitspolitik. Dieser Artikel wurde dort als erstes veröffentlicht. Al-Qaida hat sich regeneriert. Diesen und andere Befunde bietet … Continue reading

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Für den Notfall vorgesorgt ? – Bevölkerungsschutz in der Bundesrepublik Deutschland Teil 2

Von Danny Chahbouni. Danny Chahbouni studiert Geschichte und Politikwissenschaft an der Philipps-Universität Marburg. Sicherheitspolitik dürften die meisten Menschen mit Auslandseinsätzen der Bundeswehr, den Nachrichtendiensten oder Rüstungsfragen in Verbindung bringen. Diese Themen sind medial omnipräsent und laden ein zu emotionalisierten Diskussionen. … Continue reading

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Is the Department of Homeland Security Hoarding Ammo?

by Joseph Trevithick, a freelance writer and researcher. He is also a contributing writer at War is Boring and a Fellow at GlobalSecurity.org. The U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) released a report on February 12th, that showed ammunition purchases by … Continue reading

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Rings of Steel: How 9/11 Changed the way Cities are Planned

by Sandra Ivanov. Sandra Ivanov is from New Zealand with a postgraduate education in Peace and Conflict Studies. She is currently an editor of the blog “Conflict and Security”, and primarily works in the non-government sector. You can find her … Continue reading

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The Folly of Forgotten Wars: Rediscovering Afghanistan

As the metal-tread wheels of personnel carriers scraped across the border, an army’s last soldier traversed “Friendship Bridge” into Uzbekistan. Around noon, with local press in attendance, the Lt. General uttered only a few words: “There is not a single … Continue reading

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