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  • Workshop on “Arms Race in Cyberspace?”

    On June 24, the Research Association for Science, Disarmament and International Security (FONAS) and the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (IFSH)…

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  • Seminar on dual-use technology transfers

    On June 16-17, IFSH organized an international conference at the representation of the city of Hamburg in Berlin, titled “Between Control and Cooperation: Dual-use, technology transfers and the…

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  • IFAR Workingpaper 16 and 17 published

    Katarzyna Kuiak, CTBT HOLD-OUT STATES - Why did „the longest sought, hardest fought prize in arms control history” still not enter into force?, WP 16.
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    Christian Alwardt, Wasser…

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  • Workshop on “Arms Race in Cyberspace?”

    On June 24, the Research Association for Science, Disarmament and International Security (FONAS) and the Institute for Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (IFSH) organized…

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  • Reshaping towards covered operations and extrajudicial killing

    12.05.2011

    The method of Osama bin Laden’s killing confirms a development in the US counter-terrorism approach that could be called the “Obama doctrine”. This doctrine increasingly focuses on covert…

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  • Discussing Concepts of Terrorist Rationality

    Eric van Um

    Discussing Concepts of Terrorist Rationality: Implications for Counterterrorism Policy, in: Defence and Peace Economics 22(2), 2011, S. 161-179.

     

     

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  • Der Nahost-Konflikt

    Margret Johannsen

    Der Nahost-Konflikt 3., akt. Auflage, VS Verlag, Wiesbaden 2011.

     

     

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  • Notions of (in)security within the EU

    Regina Heller

    Notions of (in)security within the EU. How European policy-makers view the sources and costs of terrorism and organised crime, in: Defence and Peace Economics 22(2), 2011, S. 193-216.

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  • In the Middle of Nowhere – The OSCE’s Astana Summit

    The OSCE’s first Summit since eleven yearsend s with a bitter taste of realpolitical disillusionment. Frankly speaking, none of the pressing issues on the Organization’s agenda was successfully dealt…

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  • Counterinsurgency in Afghanistan: political and ethical dilemmas

    18.01.2010

    Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg has clarified a bit of the German debate when he characterised the Afghanistan conflict as a “non-international armed conflict”. Indeed, it is a warlike…

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