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Latin America: Terrorism Issues
Mark P. Sullivan. Congressional Research Services, updated 09 January 2008 (.pdf file).

Al Qaeda in Lebanon - The Iraq War Spreads
Nir Rosen. Boston Review, January/February 2008.

Morocco's Resistance to Regional Jihad
Matthew Chebatoris. Terrorism Monitor, Jamestown Foundation, 10 December 2007.

Exporting the Anbar Awakening
Spencer Ackerman. The American Prospect, 27 November 2007.

Is the NWFP Slipping out of Pakistan's Control?
Hassan Abbas. Terrorism Monitor, Jamestown Foundation, 26 November 2007.

Pakistan and the War on Terror
Simon Henderson. The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 05 November 2007.

The 'Shi'i Crescent': Myth and Reality
Moshe Ma'oz. The Brookings Institution, November 2007 (.pdf file).

Implementing the UN Global Counter-Terrorism Strategy in Southern Africa
Eric Rosand, Jason Ipe and Alistair Millar. Center on Global Counterterrorism Cooperation, November 2007 (.pdf file).

The State of Jemaah Islamiyah: Terrorism and Insurgency in Southeast Asia Five Years After Bali
Zachary Abuza. Jebsen Center for Counter-Terrorism Studies, November 2007 (.pdf file).

The Military Strategy of Global Jihad
Sarah E. Zabel. Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, October 2007 (.pdf file).

Increasing Talibanization in Pakistan's Seven Tribal Agencies
Hassan Abbas. Terrorism Monitor, Jamestown Foundation, 27 September 2007.

Egypt: Security, Political and Islamist Challenges
Sherifa Zuhur. Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, September 2007 (.pdf file).

The Myth of the Second Front: Localizing the 'War on Terror' in Southeast Asia
Amitav Acharya and Arabinda Acharya. The Washington Quarterly, Autumn 2007 (.pdf file).

The Emerging Islamic Militancy in North-East India
M. Amarjeet Singh. Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, 03 August 2007.

The Iraq War and the New Terrorist Threat Facing the Middle East and U.S.
Daniel Benjamin. Testimony before the Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations, House Armed Services Committee, 31 July 2007. Posted on the Brookings Institution website.

Terrorist Threats in the Horn of Africa: A Net Assessment
Christopher Griffin and Oriana Scherr. American Enterprise Institute, 30 July 2007.

If Pakistan Prospers, al Qaeda Will Not
Philip H. Gordon. Financial Times, 25 July 2007. Posted on the Brookings Institution website.

Islamic Fundamentalism in South Asia
Jere Van Dyk. Strategic Studies Institute, U.S. Army War College, 19 July 2007.

Pakistan and the War on Terror
Carlos Pascual. The Brian Lehrer Show, 19 July 2007. Posted on the Brookings Institution website.

Battleground Somalia: America's Uncertain Front in the War on Terror
Andrew McGregor. Terrorism Monitor. Jamestown Foundation, 21 June 2007.

The Leading Factions Behind the Somali Insurgency
Andrew McGregor. Terrorism Monitor. Jamestown Foundation, 26 April 2007.

Al-Qaeda in North Africa: Local and Global Jihad
Jake Lipton. Policy Watch #1223. Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 23 April 2007.

Pakistan and Terrorism: A Summary
K. Alan Kronstadt. Congressional Research Service, 27 March 2007 (.pdf file).

Weapons and Tactics of the Somali Insurgency
Andrew Mcgregor. Terrorism Monitor. Jamestown Foundation, 01 March 2007.

al-Qaida in the Maghreb: Just a New Name or Indeed a New Threat?
Guido Steinberg and Isabelle Werenfels. German Institute for International and Security Affairs, March 2007 (.pdf file).

The Islamic Emirate of Waziristan and the Bajaur Tribal Region: The Strategic Threat of Terrorist Sanctuaries
Eric Sayers. Center for Security Policy, February 2007 (.pdf file).

Jihadism in Indonesia: Poso on the Edge
International Crisis Group, 28 January 2007. Posted on the Policy Pointers website.

Latin America: Terrorism Issues
Mark P. Sullivan. Congressional Research Service, updated 22 January 2007 (.pdf file).

The War on Terror and its Implications for Human Rights in Uzbekistan
Nozima Kamalova. Kennan Institute, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, January 2007 (.pdf file).

Roots of Radical Islam in Central Asia
Martha Brill Olcott. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, January 2007 (.pdf file).

Pakistan's Tribal Areas: Appeasing the Militants
International Crisis Group, 12 December 2006. Posted on the Policy Pointers website.

Secularism and the Politics of Religion: Whither South Asia?
Abhishek Kapoor. Program in Arms Control, Disarmament and International Security, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, December 2006 (.pdf file)

A New Frontier of Jihadi Islam?
Najum Mushtaq. Foreign Policy in Focus, 25 July 2006 (.pdf file).

Counterterrorism and the Integration of Islam in Europe
Jytte Klausen. Foreign Policy Research Institute, July 2006.

Egypt as a New Front of al-Qaeda
Ely Karmon. Institute for Counter-Terrorism, Israel, 05 May 2006.

The Failed States Index
Foreign Policy and the Fund for Peace, May/June 2006.

Fear of Democracy or Revolution: The Reaction to Andijon
Fiona Hill and Kevin Jones. The Washington Quarterly, Summer 2006 (.pdf file).

Resurgence of Islam in Central Asia: A Case Study of Uzbekistan
Mehwish Hassan Sara. Institute of Strategic Studies, Pakistan, Summer 2006.

Resurgence of Islamic Radicalism in Tajikistan's Ferghana Valley
Igor Rotar. Terrorism Focus. The Jamestown Foundation, 18 April 2006.

Islamist Extremism in Europe
Hearing before Committee on Foreign Relations, U.S. Senate, 05 April 2006.

Salafi-Jihadist Movement Becoming a New Force in Lebanon
Murad Al-Shishani. Terrorism Focus. The Jamestown Foundation, 04 April 2006.

Fatah and Hamas: The New Palestinian Factional Reality
Aaron D. Pina. Congressional Research Service, 03 March 2006.

Islamist Movements and the Democratic Process in the Arab World: Exploring the Gray Zones
Nathan J. Brown, Amr Hamzawy and Marina Ottaway. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, March 2006 (.pdf file).

Islamic Revival in the Balkans
Velko Attananssoff. Naval Postgraduate School, March 2006 (.pdf file).

The Paradox That Is Pakistan: Both Ally and Enemy of Terrorism
Isaac Kfir. Middle East Review of International Affairs, March 2006 (.pdf file).

The Maghreb: Preventing the War on Terror's Next Front
Maghreb Roundtable. Center for Strategic and International Studies, February 2006 (.pdf file).

Islamists Pose a Growing Threat to Stability in Bangladesh
Andrew Holt. Terrorism Focus. The Jamestown Foundation, 18 January 2006.

The Indigenous Nature of the Thai Insurgency
Peter Chalk. Terrorism Monitor. The Jamestown Foundation, 12 January 2006.

Islamist Extremism in Europe
Kristin Archick, John Rollins and Steven Woehrel. Congressional Research Service, 06 January 2006 (.pdf file).

Political Islam and Regime Survival in Egypt
Khairi Abaza. The Washington Institute of Near East Policy, January 2006 (.pdf file).

The LTTE's Online Network and Its Implications for Regional Security
Shyam Tekwani. Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, Singapore, January 2006 (.pdf file).

East Turkestan Terrorism and the Terrorist Arc: China's Post 9/11 Anti-Terror Strategy
Pan Guang. China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly. Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, 2006 (.pdf file).

Counterinsurgency, Counterterrorism, State-Building and Security Cooperation in Central Asia
Michael Mihalka. China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly. Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, 2006 (.pdf file).

The Narcotics Threat in Greater Central Asia: From Crime-Terror Nexus to State Infiltration
Svante E. Cornell. China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly. Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, 2006 (.pdf file).

Reevaluating the Risks of Terorrist Attacks Against Energy Infrastructure in Eurasia
Pavel K. Baev. China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly. Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, 2006 (.pdf file).

Terrorism in Eurasia: Enhancing the Multilateral Response
Richard Weitz. China and Eurasia Forum Quarterly. Central Asia-Caucasus Institute, 2006 (.pdf file).

Philippines Terrorism: The Role of Militant Islamic Converts
International Crisis Group, 19 December 2005 (.pdf file).

Al-Qaeda Networks Uncovered in Morocco
Stephen Ulph. The Jamestown Foundation, 13 December 2005.

Somalia's Islamists
International Crisis Group, 12 December 2005 (.pdf file).

Europe's Terror Problem: PKK Fronts Inside the EU
Soner Cagaptay and Fikret Cem S. The Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 02 December 2005.

Arrests in Morocco Highlight the Expanding Jihadi Nexus
Stephen Ulph. The Jamestown Foundation, 29 November 2005.

The Re-Orientation of Kashmiri Extremism: A Threat to Regional and International Security
Peter Chalk and Christine Fair. The Jamestown Foundation, 17 November 2005.

International Jihadi Terrorism and Europe - An Indian Perspective
B. Raman. Presented at the 5th International Conference on "Asia and Global Security" sponsored by the Orient Institute of Lisbon, 15-17 November 2005.

The Anatomy of Anti-Americanism in Turkey
Omer Taspinar. Brookings Project on Turkey, 16 November 2005 (.pdf file).

Between the Global and the Local: Islamism, the Middle East, and Indonesia
Anthony Bubalo and Greg Fealy. Analysis Paper #9. The Brookings Institution, October 2005.

Maritime Terrorism in Southeast Asia
Rommel C. Banlaoi. Naval War College, Autumn 2005. Posted on the Find Articles website.

Combating Terrorism in the Mediterranean
Roberto Cesaretti. NATO Review, Autumn 2005.

Al Qaeda and the House of Saud: Eternal Enemies or Secret Bedfellows?
John R. Bradley. The Washington Quarterly, Autumn 2005.

Islamic Radicalism in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan: Implications for the Global War on Terrorism
Rouben Azizian. CSRC Discussion Paper, September 2005.

Terrorism in the Southern Cone: 'Prosfictional' View and Power Politics
Salvador Raza. CSRC Discussion Paper, September 2005. Posted on the Commonwealth Institute website (.pdf file).

The Global Islamic Insurgency: Saudi Arabia in its Crosshairs
Richard L. Russell. CSRC Discussion Paper, September 2005 (.pdf file).

Maritime Terrorism in Southeast Asia: the Abu Sayyaf Threat
Rommel C. Banlaoi. Naval War College Review, Autumn 2005.

Terrorist Challenges to Saudi Arabian Internal Security
Joshua Teitelbaum. Middle East Review of International Affairs, September 2005.

Countering Islamist Radicals in Eastern Europe
Gyorgy Lederer. CSRC Discussion Paper, September 2005 (.pdf file).

Political Islam: Image and Reality
Mohammed Ayoob. World Policy Journal, Fall 2005 (.pdf file).

What Michael Moore (and the neocons) Don't Know About Saudi Arabia
Juan Cole. Salon.com, 05 August 2005. Posted on the Fairuse website.

0Islamic Terrorism and the Balkans
Steven Woehrel. Congressional Research Service, 26 July 2005 (.pdf file).

Understanding the Origins of Wahhabism and Salafism
Trevor Stanley. Terrorism Monitor, Volume 3. Jamestown Foundation, 15 July 2005.

Counter-terrorism in Somalia: Losing Hearts and Minds?
Africa Report #95. International Crisis Group, 11 July 2005.

Europe's Angry Muslims
Robert S. Leiken. Foreign Affairs, July/August 2005.

Iraq May Be Prime Place for Training of Militants, CIA Report Concludes
Douglas Jehl. New York Times, 22 June 2005. Posted on Global Policy Forum website.

Confronting Syrian-Backed Terrorism
Daniel Byman. Washington Quarterly, Summer 2005. Posted on the Brookings Instititution website (.pdf file).

Jihadists Returning from Iraq Pose a Threat to Europe
Tom Sanderson. Helsingin Sanomat, 29 April 2005. Posted on the CSIS website (.pdf file).

A New Phase for Jihad in Egypt?
Sherifa Zuhur. Terrorism Monitor, Volume 3. Jamestown Foundation, 19 May 2005.

The Ideologies of South Asian Jihadi Groups
Husain Haqqani. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 13 April 2005 (.pdf file).

Islamist Terrorism in the Sahel: Fact or Fiction?
Africa Report #92. International Crisis Group, 31 March 2005 (.pdf file).

Latin America: Terrorism Issues
Mark P. Sullivan. Congressional Research Service, 29 March 2005 (.pdf file).

Saudi Arabia: Islamic Threat, Political Reform, and the Global War on Terror
Sherifa Zuhur. Strategic Studies Institute, March 2005 (.pdf file).

Combating Terrorism in the Horn of Africa and Yemen
Deborah L. West. BCSIA, Harvard University, March 2005 (.pdf file).

The Islamic Traditions of Wahhabism and Salafiyya
Christopher M. Blanchard. Congressional Research Service, 10 February 2005. Posted on the Federation of American Scientists website (.pdf file).

Islamic Religious Schools, Madrasas: Background
Christopher M. Blanchard. Congressional Research Service, 10 February 2005. Posted on the Federation of American Scientists website (.pdf file).

Terrorism in Southeast Asia
Bruce Vaughn, et. al. Congressional Research Service, 07 February 2005. Posted on the Federation of American Scientists website (.pdf file).

Singapore: Continuing Threats and Progress in the War on Terror
Mahan Abedin. Spotlight on Terror, Volume 3. Jamestown Foundation, 25 January 2005.

The United States and the Muslim World: Critical Issues and Opportunities for Change
The Stanley Foundation, 15 January 2005 (.pdf file).

Iraq, Afghanistan, and the War on "Terror"
Middle East Policy Council, 11 January 2005.

Al-Qaeda in Saudi Arabia: Asymmetric Threats and Islamist Extremists
Anthony H. Cordesman and Nawaf Obaid. CSIS, 06 January 2005 (.pdf file).

'An Imperfect Country of Great Consequence': Indonesia and the Challenge of Global Terrorism
Robert M. Hathaway. Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, January 2005 (.pdf file).

The New Battleground: Central Asia and the Caucasus
Ilan Berman. Washington Quarterly, Winter 2004-2005 (.pdf file).

The Implications of Leadership Change in the Arab World
Daniel L. Byman. Political Science Quarterly, January 2005 (.pdf file).

The Horn of Africa and Yemen: Diminishing the Threat of Terrorism
Robert I. Rotberg. The Brookings Institution, 2005 (.pdf file).

Trouble in Thailand's Muslim South: Separatism not Global Terrorism
Asia Pacific Security Studies, December 2004.

Creating Enemies of the State: Religious Persecution in Uzbekistan
Human Rights Watch, 2004 (.pdf file).

Saudi Internal Security: A Risk Assessment
Anthony H. Cordesman and Nawaf Obaid. Center for Strategic and International Studies, 30 May 2004 (.pdf file).

Illicit Drugs and the Terrorist Threat: Causal Links and Implications for Domestic Drug Control Policy
Mark A.R. Kleiman. Congressional Research Service, 20 April 2004. Posted on the FAS web site (.pdf file).

Muslim on Muslim Violence: What Drives It?
Salim Mansur. Center for Security Policy, 2004 (.pdf file).

Papers on Terrorism & International Criminal Networks Commissioned by the United Nations and Global Security Initiative UN Foundation. Spring 2004.

Terrorism Beyond the State: Dilemmas and Solutions
David Cortright. United Nations and the Global Security Initiative, 2004.

Terrorism and International Security
Martha Crenshaw. United Nations and the Global Security Initiative, 2004.

International Terrorism: What Kinds of Response?
Rohan Gunaratna. United Nations and the Global Security Initiative, 2004.

Terrorism
Mary Kaldor. United Nations and the Global Security Initiative, 2004.

Global Terrorism and the United Nations: A Challenge in Search of a Policy
Edward C. Luck. United Nations and the Global Security Initiative, 2004.

Threats from Non State Actors/Criminal Networks
Ernesto U. Savona. United Nations and the Global Security Initiative, 2004.

Non-State Actors as Transnational Terrorists
Karin Von Hippel. United Nations and the Global Security Initiative, 2004 .

Threats from Non-State Actors/Criminal Networks
Phil Williams. United Nations and the Global Security Initiative, 2004.

Anatomy of Cyberterrorism:  Is America Vulnerable?
Lt. Col. Bradley K. Ashley. USAF Air War College, February 2003.

The Military Balance in the Middle East:  The Impact of Terrorism and Extremism on the Regional Balance
Anthony H. Cordesman. CSIS, 18 February 2004.

The War on Terrorism in Southeast Asia:  Developing Law Enforcement
Dana R. Dillon. Backgrounder #1720. Heritage Foundation, 22 January 2004.

Terrorism in the Horn of Africa
Special Report No. 113. US Institute of Peace, January 2004.

Addresssing Transnational Threats in Southeast Asia:  Environmental Security and Counter Terrorism.
Dr. Kent Hughes Butts and Lt. Col. Curtis W. Turner. Issue Paper 02-04. Center for Strategic Leadership, US Army War College, January 2004.

Is Radical Islam Inevitable In Central Asia? Priorities for Engagement
Asia Report No. 72. International Crisis Group, 22 December 2003.

Terrorist Attacks in Turkey:  Why and How?
Simon Roughneen. Foreign Policy in Focus, 3 December 2003.

Terrorism in Southeast Asia
Mark Manyin, Richard Cronin, Larry Niksch, and Bruce Vaughn. Congressional Research Service, 18 November 2003.

Radical Islam and US Interests in Central Asia
Ariel Cohen. Testimony before the Subcommittee on Middle East and Central Asia, Committee on International Relations, US House of Representatives. Heritage Foundation, 29 October 2003.

Islamic Religious Schools, Madrasas:  Background
Febe Armanios. Congressional Research Service, 29 October 2003.

Political Islam and Counterterrorism In Southeast Asia:  An Agenda for US Policy
A report from the Stanley Foundation 44th Strategy for Peace Conference, 16-17 October 2003.

Nontraditional Security Threats in Southeast Asia
A report from the Stanley Foundation 44th Strategy for Peace Conference, 16-17 October 2003.

In Afghanistan, US Replaces One Terrorist State with Another
Sonali Kolhatkar. Foreign Policy in Focus, 3 October 2003.

Afghanistan Opium Survey 2003
UN Office on Drugs and Crime, October 2003.

Global Terrorism after the Iraq War
Special Report No. 111. US Institute of Peace, October 2003.

A New Wave Of Terror? A deadly Jakarta bombing raises questions about the effectiveness of Indonesia's antiterror measures
Simon Elegant. Time Magazine, 18-25 August 2003.

Central Asia:  Terrorism, Religious Extremism, and Regional Stability
Martha Brill Olcott. Testimony prepared for the US Congress, Committee on International Relations, 23 July 2003.

Terrorist and Organized Crime Groups in the Tri-border Area (TBA) of South America
A Report Prepared by the Federal Research Division, Library of Congress, July 2003.

Terror Sans Frontiers:  Islamic Militancy in North East India
Jaideep Saikia. ACDIS, University of Illinois, July 2003.

Islam's Weakened Moderates
Husain Haqqani. Foreign Policy, July/August 2003.

Afghanistan:  Are We Losing the Peace?
Frank G. Wisner II, Nicholas Platt, and Marshall M. Bouton. Chairmen's Report of an Independent Task Force Cosponsored by the Council on Foreign Relations and the Asia Society, June 2003 (.pdf file).

Fatal Vision:  Can We Control the Forces of Religion Unleashed by the War in Iraq?
Jack Beatty. Atlantic Unbound, 1 May 2003.

The Anti-Terrorist Coalition in the Pacific
Peter Brookes. Heritage Lecture #781. Heritage Foundation, 10 April 2003.

Pakistan:  The Mullahs and the Military
Asia Report No. 49. International Crisis Group, 20 March 2003.

Uzbekistan & The Threat From Islamic Extremism
Michael Fredholm. Conflict Studies Research Centre, March 2003. Posted on the Commonwealth Institute website (.pdf file).

Arms Exports Post 9/11 and the Flood Gates Open?
Sibylle Bauer. European Security Review, March 2003. EU Institute for Security Studies.

Terrorism in Southeast Asia:  Perspectives From The Region
Roundtable discussion with Kumar Ramakrishna, Dino Patti Djalal, Carolina Hernandez, and Mohamed Jawhar Hassan, February 2003.

Islamist Terrorism in Southeast Asia
Alfonso T. Yuchengco. Issues & Insights No. 1 1-03. CSIS Pacific Forum, January 2003.

Behind the Curve:  Globalization and International Terrorism
Audrey Kurth Cronin. International Security, Winter 2002/03.

Aid, Policy and Growth in Post-Conflict Societies
Paul Collier and Anke Hoeffler. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper #2902, October 2002 (.pdf file).

Fighting Terrorism, Avoiding War:  The Indo-Pakistani Situation
Peter Lavoy. Joint Force Quarterly, Autumn 2002.

US Moves Commandos to East Africa to Pursue Qaeda in Yemen
Shanker and Eric Schmitt. New York Times, 19 September 2002. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.

Rolling Back Radical Islam
Ralph Peters. Parameters, Autumn 2002.

Terrorism and International Conflict
Navin A. Bapat. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Political Science Association, Boston, MA, 29 August- 2 September 2002.

The Third World Versus the West
John Downey. Open Democracy, 21 August 2002. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.

The Never-Ending Battle
Phil Zabriskie. Time Magazine on line, 12 August 2002.

Al-Qaeda in Southeast Asia: The Case of the "Ngruki Network" in Indonesia
International Crisis Group, 8 August 2002. Posted on the Global Policy Forum website.

Al Aqsa Intifada Casualty Statistics
The Israeli Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories, August 2002. Posted on the Defense and the National Interest website.

Islamic Extremists: How Do They Mobilize Support?
Judy Barsalou. Special Report #89. U.S. Institute of Peace, July 2002.

Democracy, Human Rights and the War on Terrorism in Central Asia
Martha Brill Olcott. Testimony before the U.S. Senate, Committee on Foreign Relations, Subcommittee on Central Asia and the Southern Caucasus, 27 June 2002. Posted on CEIP's website.

Terrorism and Asymmetric Conflict in Southwest Asia
Sharahm Chubin, et. al. Report of a Geneva Centre for Security Policy/RAND workshop, 23-25 June 2002.

Narco-Terror: The International Connection Between Drugs and Terror
The Honorable Asa Hutchinson. Heritage Lecture #751. The Heritage Foundation, 20 June 2002.

Military Engagement with Indonesia in the War on Terrorism
Dana Robert Dillon. Executive Memorandum #818. The Heritage Foundation, 12 June 2002.

The U.S. Deployment in the Philippines: Expand the Mission
Mark Burgess. Center for Defense Information, 7 June 2002.

Where Imported Oil Really Comes From
Tamar A. Mehuron. Air Force Magazine, June 2002.

Somalia: Countering Terrorism in a Failed State
Africa Report #45. International Crisis Group, 23 May 2002.

Small Arms and Terrorism
Ernie Regehr. Presented at "Ending Terrorism: What Can G-8 Countries Do?", a conference sponsored by Project Ploughshares Calgary at the University of Calgary, 3-4 May 2002.

The Secret Policemen's Ball: the United States, Russia and the International Order After 11 September
Anatol Lieven. International Affairs (London), May 2002. Posted on the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace website.

The Inescapable Global Security Arena
Max G. Manwaring. Strategic Studies Institute, April 2002.

Mixed Message: The Arab and Muslim Response to Terrorism
Mustafa Al Sayyid. The Washington Quarterly, Spring 2002.

Drugs, Terrorism, and Regional Security: The Risks from Afghanistan
Martha Brill Olcott. Testimony before the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee,
Subcommittee of Technology, Terrorism and Government Operations, 13 March 2002. Posted on CEIP's website.

Bearers of the Sword Radical Islam, Philippines Insurgency, and Regional Stability
Dr. Graham H. Turbiville, Jr. Military Review, March/April 2002. Posted on the Foreign Military Studies Office website.

Abu-Sayyaf: Target of Philippine-U.S. Anti-Terrorism Cooperation
Larry Niksch. Congressional Research Service, 25 January 2002. Posted on the Federation of American Scientists website.

Preventing New Afghanistans: A Regional Strategy for Reconstruction
Martha Brill Olcott. Policy Brief #11. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, January 2002.

Afghanistan's Missing Peace
Josh Pollack. Current Defense Analyses #1. DFI International, January 2002.

America and the World: The Twin Towers as Metaphor
Immanuel Wallerstein. Social Science Research Council, 2002.

A Force for Peace and Security: US and Allied Commanders' Views of the Military's Role in Peace Operations and the Impact of Terrorism on States in Conflict
Peace Through Law and Education Fund, 2002. Posted on the Asia-Pacific Area Network website.

Impact of the War on Terror on Certain Aspects of U.S. Policy in the Middle East
Paul Jabber. National Intelligence Council, 27 December 2001.

Terrorism, the Future, and U.S. Foreign Policy
Raphael F. Perl. CRS Issue Brief for Congress, 17 December 2001. Posted on the U.S. State Department, Foreign Press Center website.

Beyond Bin Laden: Reshaping U.S. Foreign Policy
Stephen M. Walt. International Security, Winter 2001.

Indonesia and Transnational Terrorism
Chris Wilson. Current Issues Brief #4. Department of the Parliamentary Library, 11 October 2001.

The Global Constitution of 'Failed States': The Consequences of a New Imperialism
Ipek Demir. Studies in Social and Political Thought, 5 October 2001. Posted on the Global Site website.

U.S. Policy Toward Political Islam
Stephen Zunes. Foreign Policy in Focus, 12 September 2001. Posted on the AlterNet website.

The Rise of the Counterterrorist States
Laura K. Donahue and Juliette N. Kayyem. BCSIA, JFK School of Government, Harvard. February 2001.

Global Terrorism and the Middle East: A Pattern Analysis
Anthony H. Cordesman. Center for Strategic and International Studies, January 2001.

The Threat Posed from the Convergence of Organized Crime, Drug Trafficking, and Terrorism
Frank Cilluffo. Testimony before the Before the U.S. House Committee on the Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime December 13 December 2000. Posted on CSIS website. Posted on the Globalsecurity.org website.

Cosmopolitanism and Organised Violence
Mary Kaldor. Paper prepared for conference on "Conceiving Cosmopolitanism", Warwick, England, 27-29 April 2000. Posted on the The Global Site, University of Sussex website.

Paper Written for Failed States and International Security Conference
Rachel J. Stohl and Colonel Daniel Smith, USA (Ret.). Presented at the "Failed States and International Security" Conference in West Lafayette, IN, 8-11 April 1999.

The New World and the Tempo of Militant Islam
Hilal Khashan. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies, 1997. Posted on American University of Beirut website.

The Coming Anarchy
Robert D. Kaplan. The Atlantic Monthly, February 1994.

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