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An Argument for Documenting Casualties

by Dale Stahl Katharine Hall

This study examines available open-source data on Iraqi civilian fatalities and assesses problems associated with previous collection efforts. The authors present a new and more robust RAND Corporation Iraqi civilian violence dataset from which they derive observations about trends in targeting and weapons in 2006. These findings lead to a proposed framework for future civilian fatality data-collection efforts in Iraq and beyond.

The Kefaya Movement

by Cheryl Benard Edward O'Connell Dale Stahl Nadia Oweidat Walid Kildani

Kefaya was an indigenous movement for political reform organized in late2004 in opposition to the regime of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak. Thisexamination of Kefaya's birth, accomplishments, and decline is based on ananalysis of the work of Egyptian scholars and Arabic-language media reports(including online and new media), as well as structured interviews withpersons associated with and observers of Kefaya and the Muslim Brotherhood.

More Freedom, Less Terror?

by Frederic Wehrey Dalia Dassa Kaye Audra K. Grant Dale Stahl

A key tenet of U.S. foreign policy has been that promoting democracy reduces terrorism; however, scant empirical evidence links democracy to terrorism, positively or negatively. This study explores the relationship between the two by examining the effects of liberalization processes on political violence in six Arab cases.

Unfolding the Future of the Long War: Motivations, Prospects, and Implications for the U. S. Army

by Brian Nichiporuk Christopher G. Pernin Justin Beck Dale Stahl Ricky Radaelli-Sanchez

The United States is currently engaged in a military effort that has been characterized as the "long war." This study explores the concept of long war and identifies ways in which it might unfold as well as the implications for the Army and the U.S. military more generally. This report uses the generation of either "trajectories" or alternative paths in which the long war might unfold to explore the implications for the U.S. military.

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