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    Violence, Governance and Islam in Pakistan

    Jochen Hippler
    24 September 2008
    Article
    In 2007, 3600 people got killed by political violence in Pakistan, compared to 8000 in the Afghan war. What policies are needed that could start to bring stability to its people?
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    World Politics at the Crossroads

    Jochen Hippler, Brigitte Hamm, Dirk Messner, Christoph Weller
    01 March 2002
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    Madrassa gegen Musharraf - Machtkampf in Pakistan

    Jochen Hippler
    07 July 2007
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    "Derzeit kann niemand Bhuttos Rolle übernehmen"

    Jochen Hippler, Interview by Sofia T. Jarrin
    02 January 2008
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    Der Mord an der Oppositionsführerin Bhutto stürzt Pakistan in eine tiefe Krise. ''In absehbarer Zeit kann niemand Bhuttos Rolle übernehmen'', sagt Politikwissenschaftler Hippler von der Uni Duisburg-Essen im tagesschau.de-Interview. Für Präsident Muscharraf wird die Lage mit Bhuttos Tod noch schwieriger.
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    “Terrorist lists” still above the law

    Ben Hayes
    01 August 2007
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    Beyond “New Terrorism” – Local roots and the transnationalisation of ‘Islamist’ Violence

    Jochen Hippler
    11 August 2008
    Article
    Hippler in a research paper argues that "terrorism" attributed to Islam does not differ substantially from previous terrorist groups and obscures real political objectives.
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    Middle East Diplomacy: Between war and negotiation

    Mariano Aguirre
    01 January 2007
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    Strategy after Bush

    Achin Vanaik
    01 December 2006
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    Iran crisis

    08 February 2007
    Article
  11. Have Taliban arrests undermined peace talks?

    Jochen Hippler
    31 March 2010

    The recent arrests of senior Taliban figures in Pakistan, which UN officials have said undermine Afghanistan peace talks, reveal a confused US strategy in Afghanistan.

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    Selling US Wars

    • Achin Vanaik, Praful Bidwai
    15 March 2007
    Book
    Selling US Wars is a valuable, information-filled collection of essays by renowned experts from around the world which examines the excuses for war that were the basis for this period of the US empire drive—nuclear weapons, terrorism, "failed states," drugs, humanitarian intervention, and democracy.
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    Terrorismus und Islam

    Jochen Hippler
    01 December 2001
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    Control Freaks:"Homeland Security" and "Interoperability"

    Ben Hayes, Roch Tassé
    01 January 2007
    Article
  15. Assassination on Embassy Row: 34 years later

    Saul Landau
    05 October 2010
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    Remembering Orlando Letelier and Ronni Moffitt 34 years after their assassination by Chile's secret police.

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    Going global: the UK government’s ‘CVE’ agenda, counter-radicalisation and covert propaganda

    Ben Hayes, Asim Qureshi
    10 May 2016
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    Revelations of UK covert propaganda operation to counter extremism reveals dangers of secretive state-sponsored 'civil society' initiatives. A healthy democracy depends on civil society groups staying independent of government and corporations, or otherwise open about their relationship.

  17. Victory in Afghanistan

    Ross Eventon
    16 August 2011
    Article

    Debate over the 10-year-plus war in Afghanistan tends to focus on how and when it "can be won," obscuring the fundamental question of whether it was morally acceptable in the first place. Now as the US gets closer to consolidating its imperial presence in the region for decades to come, the high cost to the Afghani people continues to be ignored.

  18. This is how it was done

    Saul Landau, Ralph Stavins
    26 March 1977
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    An account of the murder of Orlando Letelier and Ronni Moffitt, published by The Nation on 26 March 1977.

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    Rationalising imperial conquest

    Praful Bidwai
    05 May 2007
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    How international rules on countering the financing of terrorism impact civil society

    • Ben Hayes
    08 May 2013
    Policy briefing

    Making banks and non-profits liable for the acts and social networks of their customers and beneficiaries while holding charities and CSOs responsible for the ‘extremist’ views and actions of their associates stifles freedom of association and expression and promotes self-censorship.

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