Dean Adil Najam says that Trump’s decision on Jerusalem is a checkmate move.
The event included a fashion runway show and a panel on Muslim-American fashion.
Hefner was speaking in Indonesia this January, giving him a front row seat for the ISIS attacks in Jakarta.
Jeremy Menchik wrote an Op-Ed on the limits of ISIS’ appeal, and how they are demonstrated in the Jakarta attacks, for USAToday.
Jeremy Menchik says that Muslim institutions in Indonesia don’t represent an easy fix for extremism in other nations.
Professor Jeremy Menchik said that Indonesian Muslim organization could set an example for religious tolerance.
Professor William Keylor said that France was selected for attack by ISIS because of their support of U. S. foreign policy in a video panel from Channel 7.
Pardee School centers came together to present an event examining courtship among Muslim Javanese youth.
Professor Gregory Aftandilian has published a monograph with the Strategic Studies Institute (SSI) at the U. S. Army War College.
Professor Jessica Stern said that fighting ISIS had paradoxically contributed to its appeal.
The Pardee School brought over a century of expertise and scholarship on security, intelligence and global studies together to discuss the recent Paris terrorist attacks.
Changing oil and gas markets in the western hemisphere mean that the so-called Islamic State poses little direct threat to the U.S., says Bacevich.
Andrew Bacevich says that the greater Middle East cannot be stabilized by use of U.S. military power.
An event sponsored in part by the Institute for the Study of Muslim Societies and Civilizations traced different scholarly approaches to the Islamic State.
The 20th annual Campagna-Kerven Lecture Series on Modern Turkey was held on April 15, entitled, “The Turkish Complex; Big Man, Hero, Traitor, State.”
A major international academic conference held at the Pardee School April 8 – 9 examined the lives of youth in the Muslim world.
“Alone, youth cannot change the Muslim world.”
Pardee Professor Bill Keylor said the Internet had changed the game when it comes to recruiting young people to terrorist organizations.
A major 2-day conference on Youth in the Contemporary Muslim World will be held at the Boston Univeristy Pardee School of Global Studies on April 8-9, 2015.
Pardee Professor Michael Woldemariam spoke with NECN News about the recent al-Shabaab attacks in Kenya.