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Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia

Project Title Publication Date START Authors Publication Type
China's Pipeline Diplomacy: Assessing the Threat of Low-Intensity Conflicts January 2010 Karagiannis, Emmanuel Journal Article
Perceptions of the United States and Support for Violence Against America November 2006 Kruglanski, Arie; McCauley, Clark; McLeod, Douglas M.; LaFree, Gary; Kull, Steven Research Brief
Piracy and Counter-Piracy Cooperation in Southeast Asia (2000-2014) July 2015 Tippin, Garett; Stevenson, John Research Brief
Strategic Uses of the Internet by Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia November 2008 McLeod, Douglas M. Book Chapter
Support for the Caliphate & Radical Mobilization January 2008 McLeod, Douglas M. Research Brief
The Audacity of Hype: Why International Cooperation will Easily Defeat Piracy in Southeast Asia July 2015 Tippin, Garett; Stevenson, John Discussion Point
Image Title Job Title Institution
Bo Jiang, START Bo Jiang

Graduate Research Assistant, START

University of Maryland
Christian Leuprecht


Royal Military College
Devin Ellis

Policy & Research Program Director, ICONS Project

University of Maryland
Emmanuel Karagiannis Emmanuel Karagiannis

Senior Lecturer of International Relations

King's College
Gary Ackerman Gary Ackerman

Associate Professor, SUNY Albany

University at Albany, State University of New York
Hamilton Bean Hamilton Bean

Assistant Professor

University of Colorado Denver
Jeffrey Bale

Director of Monterey Terrorism Research and Education Program / Associate Professor of International Policy Studies

Monterey Institute of International Studies
Kurt Braddock

Post-doctoral teaching fellow

Pennsylvania State University
Martha Crenshaw Martha Crenshaw

Researcher, Political Science/International Relations

Stanford University
Prabhakar Misra Prabhakar Misra

Professor of Physics

Howard University
Sharad Joshi

Assistant Professor, Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey

Associate Fellow of International Security, Chatham House

Monterey Institute of International Studies
Yan Jin Yan Jin

Professor of Public Relations

University of Georgia
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