Discusses the tension between Western and Eastern definitions of human rights and some of the problems caused from the differing views
Using contemporary social networking sites, Jessica Davidson, Dr. Stephen Bowers, and Elizabeth Garnett of Liberty University have prepared a survey in which respondents indicate why they might dislike or admire Western society and democratic ideals.
A study by Dr. Houlahan that concludes Pakistan’s Supreme Court takes much more of a strict constructionist approach than the United States Supreme Court.
Alexei Malashenko, Stephen R. Bowers and Valeria Ciobanu
Once believed to be a relic of history, the notion of Islamic jihad regained a political role in the 1980s. While “great jihad” implies peaceful activity, “small jihad” denotes the use of violence.
There has never been a war in which Christians and Muslims have participated where the latter has not appealed to the slogan of holy war.
Explains the inception of the Islamic State and attempts to explain how the Islamic State works and answer questions surrounding conflicts involved with the Islamic State.
Center for Security and Science