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America’s new approach to Africa: AFRICOM and public diplomacy, 2009
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Public diplomacy, new media, and counterterrorism, 2011
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Media diplomacy and U.S.-China military-to-military cooperation, 2012
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Public diplomacy and the media in the middle east, 2013
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Centers of gravity in public diplomacy 2.0: a case study of U.S. efforts in South Africa, 2015
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Public diplomacy and the American fortress embassy: balancing mission and security, 2018
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Contemporary political terror: Comparing the use of violence by national liberation and ideological groups
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International terrorism: Challenges and compromise in the Middle East
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The effects of cognitive readiness in a surface warfare simulation
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Emergency-war machine: national crisis, democratic governance, and the historical construction of the American state
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Organizational structuring for homeland security: a U.S. state-by-state comparative analysis
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Getting a new blanket: China’s conceptualization of “security” in the post-Deng Xiaoping era
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Death from above: art contemplates drone warfare
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Gender and sexuality in Dutch, British, and US politicial debates on multiculturalism, Islam, and Muslims between 1999 and 2006
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What drives subcontinental insecurity?: a multitheoretic examination of the India-Pakistan conflict dyad
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Microsoft Word - LOVAAS-- Dissertation Manuscript--27 Sept 2016.docx
Advancing collaboration between Joint Terrorism Task Forces and fusion centers
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Speaking for peace: Muslims and Jews in dialogue
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Expanding constraint theory to determine well-posedness of large mathematical models
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A threat-based least-cost path decision support model for national security resource allocation along the US-Mexico border
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Using decision and risk analysis to assist in policy making about terrorism
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Homegrown violent extremism: designing a community-based model to reduce the risk of recruitment and radicalization
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