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    • OSCE Principles in Practice: Testing Their Effect on Security Through the Work of Max van der Stoel, First High Commissioner on National Minorities 1993–2001 

      Yamamoto, Mariana (Center for International & Security Studies at Maryland, 2015-01-01)
      This monograph tests the OSCE approach to security. The OSCE approach to security encompasses all areas that can cause tensions and conflict between States, and is the result of a sustained effort by almost all of the ...
    • Terrorism Against Democracy 

      Yamamoto, Marianna (Center for International & Security Studies at Maryland, 2015-01-01)
      This monograph approaches the problem of terrorism from the perspective of the process of a terrorist attack; that is, how terrorism is intended to “operate.” Comprehension of the intended process of the terrorist attack ...
    • Terrorism-- A Brief Explanation 

      Yamamoto, Marianna (Center for International & Security Studies at Maryland, 2015-01-01)
      This information paper presents a simplified explanation of terrorism. The paper uses three methods to convey a basic understanding of terrorism. The paper first explains “victim-target differentiation,” the primary ...
    • Expanding Nuclear Weapons State Transparency to Strengthen Nonproliferation 

      Siegel, Jonas (Center for International & Security Studies at Maryland, 2015-03-12)
      In the years since the 2000 Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference, NPT nuclear weapons states have engaged in consequential transparency measures about their stockpiles of nuclear weapons and materials. ...
    • Iranian Public Opinion on the Nuclear Negotiations 

      Gallagher, Nancy; Mohseni, Ebrahim; Ramsay, Clay (Center for International & Security Studies at Maryland, 2015-06-23)
      As the marathon negotiation between Iran and the P5+1 countries (China, France, Germany, Russia, the United Kingdom, and the United States) nears its third self-imposed deadline on June 30, many around the world wonder ...