How to Stop Jihadist Foreign Fighters
Daniel Byman argues that the threat volunteers for al Qaeda, the Islamic State, and other jihadist groups pose is potentially grave, but that effective policy can profoundly reduce the danger. He argues that governments can disrupt the recruitment and travel of foreign fighters, hinder their time in war zones, and improve policing and intelligence gathering when they return.
The Jihadist Returnee Threat: Just How Dangerous?, Daniel Byman
After the Storm: U.S. Policy toward Iraq since 1991, Daniel Byman
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The Powell Doctrine
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