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Combating Terrorism Center (Ctc) White Paper Series : Shiism and Secretarian Conflict in Pakistan; Identity Politics, Iranian Influence, And Tit-For-Tat Violence; September 22, 2010: September 2010

By Abbas, Hassan

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Book Id: WPLBN0002112559
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Reproduction Date: 2010

Title: Combating Terrorism Center (Ctc) White Paper Series : Shiism and Secretarian Conflict in Pakistan; Identity Politics, Iranian Influence, And Tit-For-Tat Violence; September 22, 2010: September 2010  
Author: Abbas, Hassan
Volume: 22-Sep-10
Language: English
Subject: Military, Defense, Education
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, CTC Sentinel Journal Collection
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Publication Date:
2010
Publisher: Combating Terrorism Center

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Abbas, H. (2010). Combating Terrorism Center (Ctc) White Paper Series : Shiism and Secretarian Conflict in Pakistan; Identity Politics, Iranian Influence, And Tit-For-Tat Violence; September 22, 2010. Retrieved from http://community.worldlibrary.net/


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Description: Series of white paper documents produced by the Combating Terrorism Center. These documents were made to educate students on the war on terror and America's involvement in preventing future terrorist attacks.

Summary
Summary: This monograph is published as part of the CTC’s Shi?a Militancy Program, established in 2008, which dedicates efforts toward investigating the real or potential emergence of Shi?a militancy, as well as its causes, nature, and potential implications for U.S. national security. Shiism and Sectarian Conflict in Pakistan is the fourth monograph published under the framework of the CTC’s Shi?a Miliancy Program. It follows the publication, in 2008, of Iranian Strategy in Iraq: Politics and ‘Other Means’ edited by Joseph Felter and Brian Fishman; Sunni and Shii Terrorism: Differences that Matter by Thomas F. Lynch III; and Embattled in Arabia: Shiis and the Politics of Confrontation by Toby Jones. This is the second of threemonographs to be published by the CTC that examine militancy among the Shia in a specific country. These three chapters are part of a forthcoming volume edited by Assaf Moghadam titled Militancy in Shiism: Trends and Patterns in the Shia Heartland and Beyond (London: Routledge, 2011).

 

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