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MiPAL: Terrorism - Recently Added Documents
This section contains the ten most-recently added documents to this MiPAL. The most recent updates are in bold type. All recently included items can also be found by the subject tabs above.
- [5 April 16] Terror in Europe: Safeguarding U.S. Citizens at Home and Abroad
Hearing before the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs
- [April 16] The Foreign Fighters Phenomenon in the European Union: Profiles, Threats and Policies
Bibi van Ginkel and Eva Entenmann, eds. International Centre for Counter-Terrorism - The Hague
- [31 March 16] Department of Defense Press Briefing by United Kingdom Major General Doug Chalmers, Deputy Commander, Strategy and Sustainment, Combined Joint Task Force - Operation Inherent Resolve, via Teleconference in the Pentagon Press Briefing Room
- [23 March 16] The Administration's Plan to Close the Guantanamo Bay Detention Facility: At What Foreign Policy and National Security Cost?
Hearing before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs
- [23 March 16] The DAESH Health System: An Open Source Intel Report
John Bedolla and Miguel Bedolla. Small Wars Journal
- [17 March 16] Remarks on Daesh and Genocide
John Kerry, Secretary of State
- [14 March 16] Exploiting Disorder: al-Qaeda and the Islamic State
International Crisis Group
- [7 March 16] Evolving to Meet the New Terrorist Threat
Remarks by Lisa O. Monaco, Assistant to the President for Homeland Security and Counterterrorism, at the Kenneth A. Moskow Memorial Lecture, Council on Foreign Relations
- [March 16] The Flow of Foreign Fighters to the Islamic State: Assessing the Challenge and the Response
Hardin Lang and Muath Al Wari. Center for American Progress
- [March 16] The Islamic State's Global Propaganda Strategy
Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Nathaniel Barr, and Bridget Moreng. International Centre for Counter-Terrorism - The Hague