Sunday, February 17, 2008

Friday's Miscellany 02-15-2008

American Enterprise Institute (AEI)

Amnesty International Brookings Canadian Defence & Foreign Affairs Institute

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

Combating Terrorism Center

  • CTC Sentinel, v. 1, no. 3 (February 2008)
    • Counter-Terrorism Issues for the Next President By Richard Clarke and Rob Knake
    • U.S. Security Assistance to Philippines: A Success Story Against Terrorism By Peter Chalk
    • Takeovers of Moderate Muslim Institutions: Radical Islamist Tactics at the Local Level By Madeleine Gruen
    • Radical Madrasas in Southeast Asia By Scott Atran, Justin Magouirk & Jeremy Ginges
    • The Salafi-Jihad as a Religious Ideology By Assaf Moghadam
    • Somalia’s al-Shabab Reconstitutes Fighting Force By Anonymous
    • Deconstructing the Myth about al-Qa`ida and Khobar By Thomas Hegghammer
    • Return of the Arabs: Al-Qa`ida’s Military Role in the Afghan Insurgency By Brian Williams
    • After Action Report: An Army Lieutenant’s View of AQI’s Operations in al-Khidr and Hanaswa By First Lieutenant Jon Patrick Cheatwood
    • Recent Highlights in Terrorist Activity

Congressional Budget Office (CBO)


Center for Defense Information

Center for Security Policy

Center for Strategic and International Studies

Council on Foreign Relations

Defense Science Board (DSB)

Director of National Intelligence

EU Institute for Security Studies (ISS)

Federation of American Scientists

Foreign Policy Research Institute

Government Accountability Office (GAO)

Heritage Foundation

Human Rights Watch

International Crisis Group

ISN Security Watch

Joint Chiefs of Staff

Lexington Institute

Long War Journal

Pew Research Center

Potomac Institute


U.S. Coast Guard (USCG)

Washington Institute for Near East Policy

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