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The Game Theory of Terrorism

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The Game Theory of Terrorism
How ISIS Radicalizes Others
By Jacob Olidort
Police control the access to Brussels central train station following Tuesday's bomb attacks in Brussels, Belgium, March 23, 2016.
ISIS Is More Than a Terrorist Group
The Case for Treating It Like a State Sponsor
By Audrey Kurth Cronin
The Roots of Lone Wolf Terrorism
Why the West's Homegrown Jihadists Are All Sunni
By Andrew L. Peek
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Indigenous Sahrawi people react during the funeral of Western Sahara's Polisario Front leader Mohamed Abdelaziz in Tindouf, Algeria June 3, 2016.
Africa's Last Colony
Algeria's Polisario Front and the Western Sahara
By Graham H. Cornwell
A police officer displays seized Parvon Spas capsules, a type of analgesic and anti-spasmodic, in Jammu July 28, 2009.
India's Patent Problems
Modi and the End of Cheap Medicines
By Sarah Asrar and Fran Quigley
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North Korea's Outsourced Workforce
Pyongyang has long outsourced its workforce, but defectors are now putting the system on its head.
By Jonathan Corrado and Brian Moore
The Rise of Extremism in Bangladesh
A wave of targeted murders in Bangladesh since 2013 has given observers reason to believe that the country might be the next victim of the Islamic State (also known as ISIS). In a little over two years, Islamist extremists have killed dozens of bloggers, secular activists, members of minority Muslim sects, Hindus, and even a Buddhist monk in Bangladesh.
By Joseph Allchin
Israel Among the Nations
For all the danger Israel faces today, the current turmoil in the Middle East has also created opportunities for the country to improve its strategic position. But these will come to naught unless the government can recognize and seize them.
By Robert M. Danin
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