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What Are The Roots Of Tsarnaev's Murder Spree?
Articles - April 21, 2013
 

The apprehension of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev ends a five day reign of terror in the Boston area. Taking him alive allows authorities the opportunity to find answers to critical questions surrounding the deadly April 15 Boston marathon bombing. Most important of this is, why did Dzhokhar and his brother Tamarlan allegedly do it?

 
The Dangers Of Neglecting Central Asia
Articles - April 16, 2013
 

Secretary of State John Kerry made news recently by referring to the venue of the latest nuclear talks with Iran as the fictional country of "Kyrzakhstan." That off-the-cuff comment was a telling indicator of the general lack of concern for Central Asia that prevails in official Washington.

 
Central Asian Responses to Radical Islam
Monographs - December 1, 2006
 

Central Asian Responses to Radical Islam is a groundbreaking first-person assessment of the ideological struggle currently taking place in Central Asia between local government and the forces of radical Islam. Authored by Evgueni Novikov, a leading expert on radical Islamic thought, Responses includes cutting-edge proposals for U.S. policymakers modeled after the successes charted thus far by their Central Asian counterparts.

 
About The Central Asia Counterterrorism Project
Articles - July 1, 2006
 

Nearly five years after September 11, it is fair to say that the U.S. government remains challenged by how to combat the ideology of radical Islamists. In some ways, this is not surprising. The West now faces a challenge in an area - religious controversy - which the modern state prefers to leave to individual discretion, and in which it is not accustomed to contend. Moreover, the struggle is taking place within a largely unfamiliar religion, in an area in which the West is, at best, tone-deaf. Nevertheless, this new “war of ideas” must be joined and won if the United States is to address what have become grave threats to its security.