• kdp library snapshotFPRI periodically publishes E-Books. These are web-based monographs and essay collections that draw on the FPRI research and conference programs.  Please review the current selection by year below.


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  • fpri60In honor of FPRI’s 60th anniversary, each of its research program’s produced an edited volume meant to provide the reader with a taste of the quality analysis we produced on a diverse array of topics over the previous decade. They can be accessed here

The Palestinian Islamic Jihad’s U.S. Cell [1988–95]: the Ideological Foundations of Its Propaganda Strategy

December 30, 2009 · Tally Helfont

Tally Helfont, Managing Director of FPRI´s Program on the Middle East, analyzes the content of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad U.S. cell´s propaganda as a means to explain its ideological foundations and the way in which it was used to ...

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The Hu-Obama Summit and U.S.-China Relations

November 30, 2009 · Jacques deLisle

Edited by Jacques deLisle, director of FPRI’s Asia Program, this November 2009 collection includes eight essays on topics such as the Taiwan Strait, North Korea, and U.S.-China cooperation. ...

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The Sunni Divide: Understanding Politics and Terrorism in the Arab Middle East

November 1, 2009 · Samuel Helfont

  Samuel Helfont, an Associate Scholar of FPRI’s Program on the Middle East, discusses the distinctions between two extremist Islamist movements, Wahhabism and the Muslim Brotherhood. ...

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Abraham Lincoln: Leadership and Democratic Statesmanship in Wartime

January 30, 2009 · Mackubin Thomas Owens

Mackubin Thomas Owens, Professor of Strategy and Force Planning at the Naval War College and Editor of Orbis, writes of Lincoln’s record as a war president.   ...

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What are We Fighting For? Western Civilization, American Identity, and U.S. Foreign Policy

January 30, 2009 · James Kurth

This January 2009 e-book by James Kurth, FPRI Senior Fellow and Claude Smith Professor of Political Science at Swarthmore College, discusses the foundations of Western and specifically American civilization, the ideals which make them worth fighting for.   ...

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Latin America’s Terrorist and Insurgent Groups: History and Status

May 30, 2006 · Alberto Bolívar

As Prof. Alberto Bolívar of the Lima, Peru-based Strategos Institute writes in this May 2006 e-book, the existence of radicalized mass movements in Latin America’s most populous countries remains a matter of some concern, particularly in this volatile region. ...

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Radical Islam in the Maghreb – 2005

October 30, 2005 · Carlos Echeverría Jesús

Carlos Echeverría Jesús is professor of international relations at Open University-UNED, Madrid. For additional background, see his earlier “PDF Version of “Radical Islam in the Maghreb” – 2004 (13 pages, 62K)”, Orbis, Spring 2004. ...

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