New Faculty Article…

By |2013-01-03T09:49:23-10:00June 23rd, 2008|Categories: Faculty Articles, Ahrari|

The Post-9/11 American Conundrum: How to Win the War of Ideas in the World of Islam APCSS Professor Ehsan Ahrari has written an article entitled “The Post-9/11 American Conundrum: How to Win the War of Ideas in the World of Islam.” The article published in the latest edition of Mediterranean Quarterly describes the challenges of conducting a public diplomacy campaign in the Muslim world. […]

The emerging nexus

By |2013-01-03T09:52:00-10:00February 6th, 2008|Categories: Faculty Articles, Ahrari|

“India-China Emerging Nexus: How Realistic, How Enduring” was the focus of a recent research trip to India by APCSS Professor Ehsan Ahrari. During this December 2007 trip, Ahrari met with a number of senior strategic thinkers to exchanged ideas and information their country’s role in the potential evolution of a strategic nexus involving that country, China, and Russia. […]

New APCSS faculty publication…

By |2013-01-03T09:53:25-10:00November 21st, 2007|Categories: Faculty Articles, Ahrari|

APCSS Professor Dr. Ehsan Ahrari recently published a new paper called “Why the Long War Can and Cannot be Compared to the Cold War.” Published in “Comparative Strategy” (Volume 26), the paper compares and contrasts the Cold War between the United States and Russia with the ongoing “Long War” with “jihadist” terrorist groups.   How did the term “Long War” come about?  Is it more dangerous than the “Cold War?” […]