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9 Sep 2019, 1:17 pm by Mikhaila Fogel
ICYMI: Last Weekend on Lawfare Asfandyar Mir analyzed the continued challenge that Al-Qaeda poses to the United States. [read post]
13 Nov 2018, 11:50 am by Anushka Limaye
Asfandyar Mir explored the effects of drone strikes in Pakistan, and whether they drive recruitment to or degrade terrorist networks. [read post]
31 Dec 2019, 8:35 am
Contents include:Patrick James, Systemist International Relations Adrian J Shin, Primary Resources, Secondary Labor: Natural Resources and Immigration Policy Federica Genovese, Sectors, Pollution, and Trade: How Industrial Interests Shape Domestic Positions on Global Climate Agreements Andrew S Rosenberg, Measuring Racial Bias in International Migration Flows Asfandyar Mir & Dylan Moore, Drones, Surveillance, and Violence: Theory and Evidence from a US Drone Program Jason… [read post]
22 Mar 2021, 12:31 pm by Tia Sewell
  ICYMI: This Weekend on Lawfare Asfandyar Mir and Colin P. [read post]
14 Sep 2019, 7:38 am by Gordon Ahl
Asfandyar Mir discussed the perception in U.S. policy circles that al-Qaeda is declining as a primary threat: this mentality is wrong, he argues, as al-Qaeda is reconstructing its capabilities and maintains ambitions of fighting the United States. [read post]
17 Nov 2018, 4:34 am by Anushka Limaye
Asfandyar Mir explored the question of whether drone strikes drive terrorist recruitment or degrade terrorist networks. [read post]
19 Nov 2020, 8:18 am by Daniel Byman
Terrorism analysts Colin Clarke and Asfandyar Mir note that Zawahri avoided the trap of trying to build a state, like ISIS did, and so avoided destruction at the hands of the U.S. military and its allies. [read post]
11 Nov 2018, 7:00 am by Asfandyar Mir
Asfandyar Mir, a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford, argues that the drone campaign has proven highly effective at degrading (though not ending) al-Qaeda and other groups in Pakistan. [read post]
2 Sep 2020, 5:01 am by Abdul Sayed
Khurasani and Muhajir might well be the same person; as Asfandyar Ali Mir, an expert on jihadism in South Asia at Stanford University, has noted, it is common for foreign jihadists to have multiple pseudonyms for security reasons. [read post]
8 Sep 2019, 7:00 am by Asfandyar Mir
Asfandyar Mir of Stanford argues that this lack of focus is a mistake. [read post]
21 Mar 2021, 7:01 am by Asfandyar Mir, Colin P. Clarke
Colin Clarke of The Soufan Group and Stanford’s Asfandyar Mir unpack this odd relationship, tracing its history and identifying the advantages for Tehran and al-Qaeda. [read post]