Exporting Jihad: Iran's Use of Non-State Armed Groups

O'Brien, James M.
2006

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the degree Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Abstract: This paper examines Iran's use of non-state armed groups to achieve its political and security objectives. It recognizes the use of non-state armed groups as being a critical component to an Iranian security doctrine that is guided by strategic asymmetry. Specif... read more

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Subjects
MALD Thesis
Comparative government
Conflict resolution
Deterrence (Strategy)--History
Immigrants
Intelligence service
International relations
Leadership
Migration, Internal
Military Art and Science
Minorities
National Security
Peace
Regional planning
Security, International
Terrorism
Transnational crime
War
World politics
Asia
Afghanistan
Iran
Iraq
Israel
Lebanon
Saudi Arabia
Syria
United States
Yemen
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