Tag Archives: Middle East conflict

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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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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Who told this? Test yourself!

The right answer one could find here. “You can’t go waving two banners at once, both of defense and of social reform“ On July 6, 1976, in a speech made at the funeral of Yonatan Netanyahu, an outstanding fighter, military … Continue reading

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