Search: Islamic State,Middle East,Terrorism (7 materials)

Wars in the Name of Islam: What Comes Next?

Is the Middle East turning into the area of total war? What will the Sunni and Shiite rivalry end in? How to defeat terrorism? — Vasily Kuznetsov, Director of the Center for Arab and Islamic Studies at the RAS Institute of Oriental Studies,... ... conflict is not spreading. They will come to terms: a positive scenario for the Middle East Alexey Malashenko: The Lessons of Islamic State There is an absolutely opposite, positive scenario. What is happening now in the Middle East is similar to the Thirty ...


Recruiting Foreign Terrorist Fighters and Dealing with Returnees: European Experience and the Prospects for Russia

... analysis of the most common factors driving recruitment. This paper also includes a review of methods used by other countries to combat the recruitment of terrorists, as well as measures taken to reintegrate returning militants into society. — Summary . Islamic State Volunteers. Who are they? Recruiting Foreign Terrorist Fighters and Dealing with Returnees: European Experience and the Prospects for Russia , 421 Kb


The Middle East: Postmodernism Is Over

... personified by the Islamic State. And then the creation of a coalition against the Islamic State would be expected; — The Cold War, which could result either in... ... latter’s symbolism, media interest, and iconic significance as well as the war on terrorism that started in its wake – the war against a somewhat abstract enemy... ... development of which we are witnessing today and which is particularly relevant to the Middle East. In the wake of irony. Not just DAISH The essence of the new epoch, which...


RIAC Hosts Presentation of Valdai Club Paper “Islamic State: Alternative Statehood?”

On November 24, 2015, RIAC and International Discussion Club Valdai presented analytical brief “ Islamic State: Alternative Statehood? ” described to the invited members of academia and media by its author Vasily Kuznetsov,... ... Director Fyodor Lukyanov, Editor-in-Chief of Russia in Global Affairs magazine and RIAC member, who said that “events in the Middle East will have far-reaching consequences and even specialists are just arriving at realization of the fact.” The ...


Paris Events Will Further Tighten the Middle East Knot

... will almost inevitably lead to an escalation of war in Iraq and Syria, as well as to changes in the balance of forces in the Middle East as a whole. Although it will take time to truly evaluate the consequences of the November 13 massacre in Paris for ... ... mobilization, but the government also cannot avoid launching a major retribution. It might include more intensive attacks on the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, and a clearer and more coordinated allied strategy will certainly replace the rather haphazard ...


Can Bombs Ever Be a Substitute for Diplomacy?

... recent confirmation of this observation is Washington's bombing campaign against the Islamic State. Since operations began two weeks ago, Britain has joined the campaign... ... effectiveness of cooperating with Russia in resolving the most acute crisis in the Middle East. Do serious politicians and experts in the West really believe that bombing... ... policy? You do not have to be an expert on Islamism to understand that extremism and terrorism in the Middle East have deep socio-economic and political roots — and...


Is It A New War Against Terrorism?

Sohail Mahmood (Pakistan), Mehdi Dehnavi (Iran) The recent extremist uprisings in the Middle East are one of the most alarming international news of this year. International ... ... Department of International Relations at Preston University, Islamabad War against the "Islamic State"? Sohail Mahmood The current position of the USA toward the Islamic... ... in the region. Mehdi Dehnavi Mehdi Dehnavi: No hope for a succesful campaign against terrorism without Russia and Iran Project Director at Center for Strategic Defense Research...


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