The Georgetown Journal of International Affairs is the official publication of the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University. Each issue of the journal provides readers with a diverse array of timely, peer-reviewed content penned by top policymakers, business leaders, and academic luminaries.
|Publisher:||Georgetown University Press|
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|Age Range:||18 Years|
Table of Contents
Forum: Terrorism1. IntroductionDaniel Byman2. Foreign Fighters and the War on TerrorAn Interview with Ambassador Thomas Krajeski3.The "Islamic State": Between Aspirations and RealitiesNelly Lahoud4. Poverty and Terrorism in Africa: The Debate ContinuesAmbassador David Shinn5. It's Complicated: Looking Closely at Women in Violent ExtremismLaura Sjoberg and Caron E. GentryConflict & Security6. The Lean Terrorist Cell: How Startup Companies and Violent Non-State Actors are Changing the Old World OrderDaveed Gartenstein-Ross and Nathaniel BarrPolitics & Diplomacy7. Foreign Policy as a Source of Legitimation for "Competitive Authoritarian Regimes": The Case of Turkey's AKPCengiz GünayLaw & Ethics8. Climate Change, Human Rights, and COP 21: One Step Forward and Two Steps or Vice Versa?Sumudu AtapattuBusiness & Economics9. Life after Populism? Reforms in the Wake of the Receding Pink TideDaniel Lansberg-RodríguezCulture & Society10. Cosmology, Politics, and Suicide in SerbiaAn Inteview with Rane Willerslev11. Dignity, Pluralism, and Religious Freedom: An Interest-Based CaseMark P. LagonDialogues12. Turkey's Role in the Syrian Refugee CrisisAn Interview with Kemal Kirişci