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Social Media: Security: Terrorism

331-346 Social Media articles displayed
for the Security/Terrorism Topic

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The New Threat of Mass Destruction
The risk of a catastrophic exchange of nuclear missiles has receded. Yet the chances of some use of weapons of mass destruction have risen. The United States must pull back from excessive foreign in... Read More...

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Iran's Claim Over Caspian Sea Resources Threaten Energy Security
Calls for energy development in the oil- and gas-rich Caspian Sea basin that would help ensure energy security, a key issue in the war against terrorism. (Heritage Foundation, 9/5/2002) Read More...

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China's Changing Security Calculus
(Nixon Center, 1/21/2001)

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The Shape of Anti-Terrorist Coalitions in Southeast Asia
(Heritage Foundation, 1/17/2003)

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Al-Qaeda After Afghanistan: What, Where and How?
(Nixon Center, 7/23/2002)

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U.S. Relations with South Asia and Afghanistan
A Presentation by The Honorable Karl F. Inderfurth, Assistant Secretary of State for South Asian Affairs (Nixon Center, 10/22/1998) Read More...

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A Presentation by Russian Foreign Minister Igor Ivanov
Calls for a broadly based global effort to strengthen international institutions and international law to combat terrorism and discusses U.S.-Russian relations. (Nixon Center, 9/19/2001) Read More...

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America's Real Russian Allies
In post 9/11, poll data reveal an unlikely American ally: the Russian masses, who have grown fiercely democratic and will resist any slide toward autocracy. By Timothy J. Colton and Michael McFaul. (F... Read More...

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Moscow Hostage Crisis Demands Greater U.S.-Russia Security Cooperation
(Heritage Foundation, 12/11/2002)

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Inevitably, The Politics Of Terror
Similarities between the War on Terror and the Cold War. (Washington Post, 5/25/2003) Read More...

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Al Qaeda, two years on
U.S. officials say they have Al Qaeda on the run. Maybe they shouldn’t be too sure about that. (Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 10/1/2003) Read More...

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U.N. Treaties and Conferences Will Not Stop Terrorism
(Heritage Foundation, 1/17/2002)

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Beyond the Axis of Evil: Additional Threats from Weapons of Mass Destruction
(Heritage Foundation, 3/6/2002)

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The Embassy Bombings: Bridging the Gap Between Rhetoric and Action
Condemns attacks on U.S. embassies in Nairobi, Kenya, and Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; and calls for the U.S. Administration to match its tough rhetoric with meaningful action. Heritage Founation, 8/13/19... Read More...

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The Shape of Anti-Terrorist Coalitions in Southeast Asia
There are multiple groupings in the Southeast Asia region that claim an anti-terrorist goal. Several countries can claim to have deployed forces against terrorists but questionable efforts from other... Read More...

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Mideast Instability Threatens To Explode
Antagonizing Iraq would complicate war on terrorism (Nixon Center, 12/9/2001) Read More...

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