Volume IV, Number 1

January 2015

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

 

January 2015

Professor Yonah Alexander

 

Peer Reviewed Article

 

 "Counterterrorism and Intelligence- Sharing Cooperation in Southeast Europe: Combating New Post-9/11 Threats"

John M. Nomikos, RIEAS, Athens, Greece

 

 

Selected Seminar Proceedings

 

June 18, 2014 — “South Asia Security Challenges: National, Regional, and Global Perspectives”

Ambassador (Ret.) Ronald Neumann, Dr. Richard Weitz, Professor Amit Kumar, Ash Jain, Lieutenant Colonel Chyngyz Kambarov, Professor Robert F. Turner

 

July 25, 2014— "The Middle East Crisis: Updates on Strategic Challenges and Opportunities”

Dr. Judith Yaphe, Oren Marmorstein, Ambassador Mohammed AlHussaini Al Sharif 

 

July 30, 2014— "Post Europe’s Parliament Elections 2014: Political, Social, Economic, and Security Implications”

Professor Don Wallace, Eric Fusfield, Dr. Robert A. Pollard, Peter Roudik, Professor Amit Kumar

 

 

 

August 28, 2014— “ISIS: An Emerging Global Sunni Caliphate?”

Dr. Wayne H. Zaideman, Ambassador (Ret.) Edward Marks, Dan Raviv, Professor Don Wallace

 

September 18, 2014— “The Fog of War: Is the Rule of Law Still Relevant?”

Professor David Koplow, Professor Nicholas Rostow, Issam Michael Saliba

 

Special Reports (moderated by Professor Yonah Alexander)


“Israeli-Palestinian Peace Process: Endless or Endgames?” — (IUCTS, July 2014)

Featuring Hon. Reuven Azar, Ambassador Mohammed AlHussaini Al Sharif, Dr. David Pollock, Professor Nicholas Rostow

 

“Latin America’s Security Challenges in the 21st Century” — (IUCTS, August 2014)

Featuring Professor Alberto Bolivar, Ambassador (Ret.) Roger Noriega, Professor Monica Arruda De Almeida, Brig. Gen. (Ret.) Boris Saavedra, Dr. Fernando Jimenez, Dan Mariaschin

 

“The Current Security Challenges in Africa” — (IUCTS, October 2014)

Featuring Ambassador Mohamed M. Tawfik, Ambassador Rachad Bouhlal, Ambassador (Ret.) Al Maamoun Baba Lamine Keita, Ambassador Maowia Khalid, Ambassador Jean Kamau

 

Daily Chronologies