REUTERS/Dado Ruvic - People are silhouetted as they pose with laptops in front of a screen projected with binary code and a Central Inteligence Agency (CIA) emblem, in this picture illustration taken in Zenica October 29, 2014.

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Counterterrorism Professionals Reflect on Their Work

December 2014, Ursula M. Wilder

Ursula Wilder explores the impact on counterterrorism professionals of the high intensity and high stress environments in which most of them have functioned, often for many years.

  • In the News

    The North Koreans would most likely read [a screening of 'The Interview' for policymakers in Washington] as, 'You see, the U.S. government and Hollywood are not separable.' I would hate for any activity on the part of the U.S. to feed that kind of insinuation.

    December 23, 2014, Katharine H.S. Moon, ABC News
  • In the News

    A screening [of 'The Interview'] at the White House or the Capitol would inject more politics into the American response to the [Sony] hacking. It would also elevate the Sony case far above other corporate hacks involving larger foreign governments, including China and Russia. And it could feed North Korean assertions that there's no real distinction between the U.S. government and the popular culture produced and consumed by Americans.

    December 23, 2014, Katharine H.S. Moon, ABC News
  • Interview | The Huffington Post

    How ISIS Uses Oil to Fund Terror

    September 27, 2014, Luay Al-Khatteeb and Eline Gordts

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  • Interview | CNN

    September 26, 2014, Shadi Hamid

  • Interview | CNN

    September 22, 2014, Luay Al-Khatteeb

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  • Interview | CBS News

    September 21, 2014, Robert Kagan and Bob Schieffer

  • Interview | C-SPAN

    June 22, 2014, Shibley Telhami

  • Interview | BBC World Service

    March 12, 2014, William McCants

  • In the News

    A lot of things that the pro-interventionist crowd had argued two years ago have come to pass. The argument was that radicalism will rise.

    February 7, 2014, Shadi Hamid, Reuters
  • In the News

    ISIS is now officially the biggest and baddest global jihadi group on the planet. Nothing says 'hard-core' like being cast out by al Qaeda.

    February 3, 2014, William McCants, New York Times

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