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Center for Security Studies
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International Relations and Security Network
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Al-Qaeda's deadly gamble
Tuesday's attacks show how far al-Qaeda will go to destabilize Iraq, says terror specialist Jonathan Schanzer. (Globe and Mail, 3/4/2004) Read More...


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Israel's wall: Divisive issue, dividing neighbors
The fence that Israel says is a necessary evil to stop suicide bombers is likened by the Palestinians to the Berlin Wall as a symbol of aggression and oppression. (MSNBC, Feb 19 2004) Read More...


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Blast kills exiled Chechen leader
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Pakistan's nuclear loopholes
Argues that the U.S. should take a harder stand against Pakistani nuclear proliferation. By Selig S. Harrison. (Boston Globe, 2/9/2004) Read More...


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Bush Budget Plan Proposes $463 Million for Colombia in FY 2005
As part of Plan Colombia, the money will be used to support the ongoing fight against drugs and terrorism. By Eric Green. (U.S. Department of State, Washington File, 02/03/2004) Read More...


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Colombia Targeting Rebel Strongholds
Colombian army carries through a more aggressive combat to defeat FARC guerrillas, reports Scott Wilson (The Washington Post, 01/25/2004) Read More...


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To Russia, With Love
Article detailing a 02/2003 CIA memo to the White House: "We do not have any direct evidence that Iraq has used the period since Desert Fox to reconstitute its Weapons of Mass Destruction programs." ... Read More...


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Jihadists in Iraq
An unwelcome Saudi export: The Saudis have a long history of using foreign jihad campaigns to divert attention from crises at home, and to reinforce the hold of Wahhabism over their subjects. In Iraq,... Read More...


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The Qaddafi Precedent - Now that Libya's disarming, who's next?
Without actually meaning to do so, the Bush administration has pulled off one of the most remarkable nonproliferation victories since the advent of the nuclear age: Libya, a hostile, isolated dictator... Read More...


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Libya Substitutes Imperialism's Plowshares
Analyzes Libya's initiative to give up WMD. By Mohamad Khodor. (Dar al hayat, 1/9/2004) Read More...


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The War Against Terrorism, The EU's Response, and the Future of NATO
Lecture by Bernard Jenkin, M.P., Shadow Secretary of State for Defense in Great Britain. who argues that a strong NATO is vital to the war against terrorism. (Heritage Foundation, 3/7/2002) Read More...


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Toward Universal Empire: The Dangerous Quest for Absolute Security
Reflects on the direction of U.S. preemptive security policy in the post 9/11 world. (World Policy Journal, 9/1/2002) Read More...


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The Determinants of Nonproliferation Export Controls: A Membership-Fee Explanation
Cupitt, Grillot, and Murayama construct an explanatory framework for state decisions to develop national systems of export control that comply with international standards, based on a combination of f... Read More...


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Reforming the Multilateral Export Control Regimes
The success of reforming the multilateral export control system depends on whether the US and her allies are willing to make a committment to upholding nonproliferation norms, treaties, and to playin... Read More...


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NPT Export Controls and the Zangger Committee
Fritz Schmidt discusses how the Zangger Committee could help increase cooperation between suppliers and recipients and the role the International Atomic Energy Agency should play in NPT export control... Read More...


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Military Educational Research Library Network
MERLN is a combined catalog for 14 U.S. military libraries in the U.S. & Europe. Read More...


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Cuban leader sees invasion risk as 'real'
Named by the U.S. as one of the rogue states "whose pursuit of weapons of mass destruction makes them hostile to U.S. interests", Cuba dismisses the charges and fights back. (The Washington Times, 01/... Read More...


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Does the CIA Still Have a Role?
Argues that the benefits gained by fielding a worldwide team of secret agents are not worth the exorbitant cost. The CIA should stick to its strengths: analysis for policymakers and high-tech surveil... Read More...


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Hizb ut-Tahrir: An Emerging Threat to U.S. Interests in Central Asia
Discusses Hizb ut-Tahrir al-Islami (Islamic Party of Liberation) as an emerging threat to American interests in Central and South Asia and the Middle East. By Dr. Ariel C(Heritage Foundation, 5/30/200... Read More...


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Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction: How Much of a Challenge
A Nixon Center event with Assistant Secretary of Energy Rose Gottemoeller (Nixon Center, 10/26/1999) Read More...


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Suicide From Fear of Death?
President Bush's case for war on Iraq overlooks a very real danger: if pushed to the wall, Saddam Hussein may resort to using weapons of mass destruction against the United States. By Richard K. Bett... Read More...


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Strengthening the U.S.-Philippine Alliance for Fighting Terrorism
Washington should take advantage of congruent security interests, along with popular support for the U.S. military presence in the Philippines, to rebuild the U.S.-Philippine alliance to meet the need... Read More...


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Japan's Emergency Legislation and the War on Terrorism
The two issues that form the pillar of importance in national security, countermeasures against terrorism and emergency legislation, have been hot topics not only in the Japanese Diet session but also... Read More...


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Military Engagement with Indonesia in the War on Terrorism
The Bush Administration's proposal to provide $8 million to train a "counterterrorism unit" in Indonesia is appropriately modest and contains sufficient safeguards to protect the integrity of the cong... Read More...


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Overcoming the Stalemate on the Korean Peninsula
The Bush Adminstration policy seeks to create fundamental change in the way the North Koreans interact with the world. President Bush's message: they must learn to play by the rules of the internatio... Read More...


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Promoting a Collective Response to Terrorism in Southeast Asia
While some countries in Southeast Asia have made considerable progress combating terrorism, the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), Asia's premier multilateral organization,... Read More...


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A New Resource in the War Against Terrorism
Since al Qaeda functions similarly to a multinational- having the capablity to move their diverse resources across the globe- there needs to be new resources to fight them. Congress should revisit Ar... Read More...


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Responses to Megaterrorism: Strategies for a New Alliance
Panel discussion featuring National Security Advisor and Nixon Center Advisory Board Member Robert McFarlane, the former Chairman of the National Commission on Terrorism L. Paul Bremer III, CSIS Senio... Read More...


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