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FPRI's Clint Watts Quoted in Vox Article on Released Bin Laden Documents

Clint Watts"[These documents] tell you in context how bin Laden tries, with his clerics, to justify whatever actions he wants to pursue, that are in their best interests."

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Teacher From FPRI 's Last History Institute Profiled on NorthJersey.com

"In a time where the students being taught have never lived in a time of peace, it is critical to be aware of the topics this symposium presented. The information gleaned from this weekend will be of absolute help for the military history elective course at Morris Knolls as well as other history and social studies classes. It was an honor to be selected to attend this symposium."

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FPRI's Clint Watts Quoted in the Daily Beast on Released Bin Laden Documents

Clint Watts"...The documents show Al Qaeda members 'seem to be pretty hating on Iran.'”

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FPRI Seeking Events Coordinator/Receptionist

The Events Coordinator plans and executes all logistical aspects of the approximately 50 events held per year, and performs various office duties as assigned.

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FPRI's Michael Reynolds Testifies at Tsarnaev Boston Bombing Trial

Michael ReynoldsAccording to The USA Today:

“Jurors received a bit of a global history lesson and how it applies to current-day jihadi actions. Reynolds said that as a result of Chechen wars for independence from Russia in the 1990s and 2000s, jihadi fighters from other regions latched onto the Chechen cause and reframed it as a battle for Muslim liberation."

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FPRI's Lawrence Husick Appears on Alaska Public Radio to Discuss Cyberthreats

Lawrence Husick"The question of Cyberthreats is not a new one. In fact, back in 1999, our Defense Department gave testimony in Congress which a Deputy Secretary of Defense told us that we would soon face a cyber -  or electronic - Pearl Harbor.

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FPRI's Michael Noonan Interviewd by the Naval Postgraduate School's CTX Journal

Michael Noonan"The solution to US foreign policy problems is not always going to be 140,000 troops—sometimes it is going to be something much smaller."

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FPRI's Joseph Braude Cited in Times of Israel about Chinese Influence in the Middle East

Joseph Braude“Chinese schools have produced a legion of fluent Arabic speakers, many of whom go on to serve Beijing as part of a soft power ‘army’ in the Middle East. The country has strengthened its political alliances, beat Western companies in competition for lucrative contracts, and eclipsed the US as the largest trading partner to nine Arab countries."

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FPRI's Eli Gilman Named One of the 25 Faces of Drexel Univrsity's College of Arts and Sciences

Eli Gilman"We operate on the premise that a nation should always think before it acts...which is why it’s important to get young people involved and doing the same."

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Shelley Rigger's Recent FPRI Article Cited by The Taipei Times on Taiwan and the AIIB

Shelley Rigger"It was hard not to find irony in the Ma administration’s unveiling of the AIIB decision with barely a pretense of legislative oversight...While a letter of intent is far from a finished agreement, the juxtaposition highlighted the limited effect of last year’s Sunflower protests on the government’s modus operandi.”

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