Category Archives: Pure vs. Mixed Public Goods

To Kill Hope? In Search of a Reliable Strategy to Fight Terrorism

New paper’s ‘To Kill Hope?   In Search of a Reliable Strategy to Fight Terrorism’ draft  is uploaded for critics in free access at ssrn: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2745935 Nor does history of Israel suggest any reasonable expectation that terrorists will be appeased by … Continue reading

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The Cologne New year: “where the men?”

The people asked after the event: “Where were German Policemen December, 31″? The smart journalist is asking the more general question on Cologne: ”Where were the German men?” (the same question from US journalist). The journalist’s own answer: “Postmodern cultural … Continue reading

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Revisiting Terrorism studies: new papers’ 1st draft

We had started a series of short studies of terrorism “supply” and counter-terrorism “under-supply” incentives since 2004. After few years of break we returned to the issue starting with well forgotten story: how Oslo “peace” process was explained and advocated … Continue reading

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