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The following is an abstract from a graduate thesis.
This study aims to establish whether natural disasters predict terrorist attacks. The result adds to the existing field of study by examining a more specific element of the relationship between violence and natural disasters. The study was conducted using binary logistic models for four African countries. Many elements can cause and precipitate terrorist attacks, so the models include various types of natural disaster and civil unrest predictor variables to differentiate between potential predictors. Based on the data, specific actors and civil unrest event variables predict terrorist attacks, but natural disasters have no predictive capability on terrorist attacks.
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The collective memory of the intervention in Kosovo as a complete and total success erased the real lesson- that credibility matters and means nothing without repercussions for crossing it. In its haste to celebrate a victory clutched from the jaws of defeat, the US failed to learn lessons from its inaction and instead enabled the kind of humanitarian crisis in Syria it wanted to avoid in Kosovo.Read More
The George Washington University Institute for Public Diplomacy and Global Communication recently listed the December 7th episode of "What's Next?" with Maggie Feldman-Piltch among top resources for professors and practitioners in the field.
The episode features an interview with ASP Fellow for Public Diplomacy Matthew Wallin. Wallin is a member of the Public Diplomacy Council.
Listen to the interview here.
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