Nummer 6, 2011
In dit nummer:
- The War onf Terror and transatlantic relations
Reflections and projections
- Ungoverned territories
Engaging local nongovernmental entities in U.S. security strategy
- A weapon of violence
Al Qaeda and Taliban video
Security issues concerning Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal
Between ‘civilian surge’ and negotiated peace
According to Hans Schippers, the Pakistani Taliban will not hesitate get their hands on a nuclear weapon if they see an opportunity. He argues that the possible ties between Muslim extremists, the military, and members...
Terrorist groups use television and online videos as a weapon. According to James P. Farwell, both the Taliban and Al Qaeda will continue to develop sophistication in the use of video propaganda in order to...
Within the last ten years, the U.S. national security strategy increasingly focusses on ‘weak states’. However, James J.F. Forest argues that the term ‘weak state’ is problematic.
The War on Terror affected transatlantic relations in a unifying way. However, Stanley R. Sloan argues that future transatlantic cooperation against terrorist threats will remain troubled.