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Responses To The Ten Questions, Jordan J. Paust 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Jordan J. Paust

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Robert N. Strassfeld 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Robert N. Strassfeld

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, Charles J. Dunlap Jr. 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, Charles J. Dunlap Jr.

William Mitchell Law Review

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Responses To The Ten Questions, John B. Quigley 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Responses To The Ten Questions, John B. Quigley

William Mitchell Law Review

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An Account Of The Arrest And Interview Of Zacarias Moussaoui, Harry Samit 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

An Account Of The Arrest And Interview Of Zacarias Moussaoui, Harry Samit

William Mitchell Law Review

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Interview With Edward B. Macmahon, Jr., Edward B. MacMahon Jr. 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Interview With Edward B. Macmahon, Jr., Edward B. Macmahon Jr.

William Mitchell Law Review

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Attempted Correspondence With Zacarias Moussaoui, Benjamin Canine, L. J. Milusnic 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Attempted Correspondence With Zacarias Moussaoui, Benjamin Canine, L. J. Milusnic

William Mitchell Law Review

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Policing Al Qaeda's Army Of Rhetorical Terrorists, Jarret Brachman 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Policing Al Qaeda's Army Of Rhetorical Terrorists, Jarret Brachman

William Mitchell Law Review

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The Unfortunate Advantage Of The Holyland People, Tomer Benito 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

The Unfortunate Advantage Of The Holyland People, Tomer Benito

William Mitchell Law Review

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Outside The Wire: American Exceptionalism And Counterinsurgency, David P. Fidler 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Outside The Wire: American Exceptionalism And Counterinsurgency, David P. Fidler

William Mitchell Law Review

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Drones And The U.S. Courts, Richard D. Rosen 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Drones And The U.S. Courts, Richard D. Rosen

William Mitchell Law Review

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Three Lessons The United Kingdom Can Teach The United States About Domestic Counterterrorism, Steve Hewitt 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Three Lessons The United Kingdom Can Teach The United States About Domestic Counterterrorism, Steve Hewitt

William Mitchell Law Review

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The U.K.'S Counter-Terrorist Strategy, Mark Williams 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

The U.K.'S Counter-Terrorist Strategy, Mark Williams

William Mitchell Law Review

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Beige On Beige, Afsheen John Radsan 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Beige On Beige, Afsheen John Radsan

William Mitchell Law Review

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Targeted Killing And The Courts: A Response To Alan Dershowitz, Jameel Jaffer 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Targeted Killing And The Courts: A Response To Alan Dershowitz, Jameel Jaffer

William Mitchell Law Review

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Not Reading Means Losing: The National Security Cost Of Ignoring Osama Bin Laden's Words, Michael Scheuer 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

Not Reading Means Losing: The National Security Cost Of Ignoring Osama Bin Laden's Words, Michael Scheuer

William Mitchell Law Review

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No Strict Scruting—The Court's Deferrential Position On Material Support To Terrorism In Holder V. Humanitarian Law Project, Katherine R. Zerwas 2011 Mitchell Hamline School of Law

No Strict Scruting—The Court's Deferrential Position On Material Support To Terrorism In Holder V. Humanitarian Law Project, Katherine R. Zerwas

William Mitchell Law Review

No abstract provided.


Rethinking Radicalization, Randy Borum 2011 University of South Florida

Rethinking Radicalization, Randy Borum

Journal of Strategic Security

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Radicalization Into Violent Extremism Ii: A Review Of Conceptual Models And Empirical Research, Randy Borum 2011 University of South Florida

Radicalization Into Violent Extremism Ii: A Review Of Conceptual Models And Empirical Research, Randy Borum

Journal of Strategic Security

Over the past decade, analysts have proposed several frameworks to explain the process of radicalization into violent extremism (RVE). These frameworks are based primarily on rational, conceptual models which are neither guided by theory nor derived from systematic research. This article reviews recent (post-9/11) conceptual models of the radicalization process and recent (post-9/11) empirical studies of RVE. It emphasizes the importance of distinguishing between ideological radicalization and terrorism involvement, though both issues deserve further empirical inquiry.Finally, it summarizes some recent RVE-related research efforts, identifies seven things that social science researchers and operational personnel still need to know ...


Gangs, Terrorism, And Radicalization, Scott Decker, David Pyrooz 2011 Arizona State University

Gangs, Terrorism, And Radicalization, Scott Decker, David Pyrooz

Journal of Strategic Security

What can street gangs tell us about radicalization and extremist groups? At first glance, these two groups seem to push the boundaries of comparison. In this article, we examine the important similarities and differences across criminal, deviant, and extremist groups. Drawing from research on street gangs, this article explores issues such as levels of explanation,organizational structure, group process, and the increasingly important role of technology and the Internet in the context of radicalization. There are points of convergence across these groups, but it is important to understand the differences between these groups. This review finds little evidence to support ...


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