FPRI periodically publishes monographs that draw on FPRI’s research.

 

 


 

The West And The Muslim Brotherhood After The Arab Spring

Introduction   Few observers foresaw the Arab Spring, but it should not have surprised anyone that the Islamist movements – ...

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Reforming the Afghan National Police

Introduction Achieving a minimum level of stability in any post-conflict society is an absolute prerequisite for effective and durable reconciliation ...

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Radicalization in the U.S. Beyond al Qaeda

Introduction Recent weeks have seen an unfortunate number of violent shootings perpetrated by armed men. The shootings in Aurora, Colorado ...

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Transforming the Philippines’ Defense Architecture: How to Create a Credible and Sustainable Maritime Deterrent

Introduction This paper argues that to adequately defend its maritime claims, the Philippines should consider an external defense architecture designed ...

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Russia’s Looming Crisis

Introduction Russia now faces a momentous political crisis. The abuses of the Putin regime are so fundamental that, without profound ...

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Risk and Re-org: Infrastructure Protection in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

Introduction With support from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, FPRI’s Center of Terrorism and Counterterrorism examined the Commonwealth’s overall state of ...

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The Religious Origins of Religious Tolerance

The Religious Origins of Religious Tolerance Philosophy is looking for a black cat in a coal mine. Metaphysics is looking ...

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The Foreign Fighters Problem, Recent Trends and Case Studies: Selected Essays

Introduction On the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan, U.S. soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines have confronted third-party national combatants. Known ...

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Toward a U.S.-Mexico Security Strategy: The Geopolitics of Northern Mexico and the Implications for U.S. Policy

Introduction Since Mexican President Felipe Calderón took office in December 2006, Mexico’s drug war has taken over 30,000 lives, destabilized ...

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The Constitutional History of U.S. Foreign Policy: 222 Years of Tension in the Twilight Zone

In the Beginning: The Indispensable Man               Four months and two days after his ...

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