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Hizb ut-Tahrir: An Islamist threat to Central Asia? 1
Abstract In international relations, and in particular when it comes to security and terrorism, it is sometimes easier to focus on one group seen as the source of all evils rather than analyzing theExpand
When Empire Meets Nationalism: Power Politics in the US and Russia
Contents: Introduction Part I The Apostles of the Empire: Intellectual Genealogies: Neoconservatives, old and new From Eurasianism to neo-Eurasianism, nostalgia for the Empire. Part II ImperialExpand
Jihadism and instability in Pakistan: an analysis.
For the outside word, there is always the feeling that Pakistan will soon become a failed State. It is particularly the case since the beginning of the War on terrorism. The Jihadists seems to beExpand
Contributors to this issue
PAYAM FOROUGHI is an independent consultant specializing in socioeconomic and political analyses of post-communism. He recently concluded a qualitative study under a contract with Oxfam, GreatExpand
Jihadism in Central Asia: A Credible Threat After the Western Withdrawal From Afghanistan? - Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Central Asian governments view with alarm and pessimism the withdrawal by the end of 2014 of most of the Western troops that have been present in Afghanistan since a NATO-led security mission beganExpand
A Curse from God? The Consequences of the Floods on Jihadist Influence in Pakistan
The recent floods in Pakistan have been one of the most terrible natural disasters the country has had to deal with since the Partition. It happened at a time of strong local tensions between radicalExpand
The Neoconservative Movement at the End of the Bush Administration: Its Legacy, Its Vision and Its Political Future
After the terrorist attacks of 9/11, the word hijacking has been used for two events. Of course, for what happened on September 11th, but some also talked about a more metaphorical action, theExpand
Book Review
From the Iraq war in 2003 to the Russian-Georgian conflict in 2008, both neoconservative and neo-Eurasianist politicians have been held responsible for the recent power politics of Russia and theExpand
Perceived and Real Threats Coming from the South: The Impact of Iran and of the AfPak Region on Post-Soviet Central Asian Security
It is a fact that with the fall of the USSR the Iron Curtain is long gone. This means that ‘post-Soviet’ Central Asia cannot be seen as disconnected from its non-post-Soviet neighbourhood. Moreover,Expand