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ISIS, Al-Qaeda & Terrorism Books

There is a lot of information out there in regards to ISIS, Al-Qaeda and terrorism. It's often overwhelming and  difficult to pinpoint exactly what's going on, why, where, when and with whom.  Yet these are important topics which affects us all. As such, here are a number of books designed to help shed some light on these critical issues du jour. As always your comments and feedback (which can be posted on each book) is appreciated

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1The Architects of Al-Qaeda and ISIS

The Architects of Al-Qaeda and ISIS

Iakovos Alhadef | Politics
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A brief summary of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan in 1979, of the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, and how these historic events were related to terrorism, and more specifically to Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State.
2Al-Qaeda as a Business

Al-Qaeda as a Business

Iakovos Alhadeff | Politics
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Terrorist organizations are always created to promote the interests of various countries, most of the time their interests in the oil and natural gas industries. This essay explains why Al-Qaeda is a business, which is actually true for all terrorist groups.I.A.July 2016

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How Putin and Assad Created the Islamic State

How Putin and Assad Created the Islamic State

Iakovos Alhadeff | Politics
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Vladimir Putin and Bashar al-Assad needed a monster in order to keep Syria under their control, when in 2011 Turkey and Qatar used the Muslim Brotherhood to cause a regime change. It turns out that this monster was the Islamic State, which was the successor of Al-Qaeda of Iraq, which was established by the Arabs and the Iranians in 2003 in order to attack the Americans who had overturned Saddam Hussein.
4This War Won't Cost Much - I'm Already Against the Next One

This War Won't Cost Much - I'm Already Against the Next One

Robert S. Swiatek | General Non Fiction
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War is always being fought. Most people, including those in the military, oppose it. People demonstrate against war, even before the bombing starts; and history has included numerous defectors, draft evaders, and conscientious objectors. Among questions raised: "If the military uses 'precision bombing', why does collateral damage exist? If soldiers enter the 'Theater of War', do they need a degree in acting? If the matches and cigarette lighters are taken away from war combatants, will that be the end of 'friendly fire'?" The wars in Afghanistan and Iraq are simply about oil, and for the rich getting richer--which are really not good for anything. Download it now!
5The Al-Qaeda War Against France

The Al-Qaeda War Against France

iakovos alhadef | Politics
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France is fighting Al-Qaeda in Africa and ISIS in France. Al-Qaeda was supported by Iran and Sudan while ISIS was supported by Turkey.This essay explains the economic underpinnings of these wars.


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The Geopolitics of Energy & Terrorism Part 1

The Geopolitics of Energy & Terrorism Part 1

Iakovos Alhadeff | Politics
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The book describes the connection between the energy policies of various countries, their foreign policies and the wars that break out at various parts of the globe, since all three are closely related.
7Talking to Groups That Use Terror

Talking to Groups That Use Terror

Editors Nigel Quinney and A. Heather Coyne | Politics
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This volume poses and attempts to answer a series of basic, but complex, questions regarding engagement of proscribed armed groups (PAGs). This handbook is part of the Peacemaker’s Toolkit series, published by the United States Institute of Peace.
8The War for the Oil of Libya : 1950-2015

The War for the Oil of Libya : 1950-2015

Iakovos Alhadeff | Politics
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Libya is the richest African country in oil reserves and one of the richest in the world. The following seven chapters are independent essays that were written on different dates and therefore you should not expect some kind of connection between the chapters. On the other hand all chapters deal with same issue, i.e. the Libyan energy industry, her foreign policies and her wars for oil and therefore they are somehow connected.
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Counterinsurgency, Local Militias, and Statebuilding in Afghanistan

Counterinsurgency, Local Militias, and Statebuilding in Afghanistan

Jonathan Goodhand and Aziz Hakimi | Reference
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Arming local defense forces in Afghanistan has had mixed and often perverse effects on the security of local populations, according to this study on the role and impact of the Afghan Local Police in three provinces. These findings suggest that, as international forces draw down, the ALP will require stronger state oversight and absorption into the national police force.
10A Summary of the Wars of the 21st Century

A Summary of the Wars of the 21st Century

Iakovos Alhadef | Politics
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A summary of the major wars of the 21st Century. Wars included are the war of Iraq, the war of Afghanistan, the war of Syria, the war of Libya, the civil war of Ukraine, and the war of Kurdistan.
11The Geopolitics of the Civil War of Shia Islam

The Geopolitics of the Civil War of Shia Islam

Iakovos Alhadeff | Politics
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Unlike the Sunni Muslim world, which has been very divided during the energy war that was given the code name “Arab Spring”, the Shia Muslims have been relatively united. But recently there are signs of cracks in the Shia camp too. Many Shia Muslims of Iraq are calling for a normalization with the Sunni world, and a breaking of ties with Iran, which is the main Shia power of the Muslim world.This essay examines the main factors that cause the cracks in the Shia camp.
12Russia vs Turkey: The Geopolitics of the South & The Turk Stream Pipelines

Russia vs Turkey: The Geopolitics of the South & The Turk Stream Pipelines

Lakovos Alhadeff | Politics
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This long essay is the second part of a series. The first part being “USA Russia & China in the Middle East: Alliances & Conflicts”. Over 80 maps are used to explain the energy war between Russia and Turkey, two countries that have been fighting for regional dominance for many centuries. Today, the main geographical locations of their conflicts are the regions of Central Asia and East Mediterranean Sea. Both Central Asia and the East Mediterranean Sea are of strategic importance for the connection of Europe to the oil and natural gas reserves of the Caspian Sea and the Middle East. This essay examines in great detail the relations of both Russia and Turkey with the countries of these regions.
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