Archive for October, 2012

Sheehan Presents at Northeast Meeting of International Studies Association

Posted in analysis, counterterrorism, courses, data, evidence-based, foreign policy, international relations, international studies association, mapping, pedagogy, scholarly, sheehan, teaching, terrorism on October 29, 2012 by Professor Sheehan

On November 3, Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan will deliver a talk titled Teaching Terrorism: A Systematic Review of Terrorism Courses at American Colleges and Universities at the Northeast Annual Conference of the International Studies Association.

The presentation is based on an empirical study he recently published in Perspectives On Terrorism and involved a systematic analysis of contemporary terrorism courses at 106 top-ranked universities and colleges in the United States.

Publication Available @Mapping Contemporary Terrorism Courses at Top-Ranked National Universities and Liberal Arts Colleges in the United States.
Presentation Available @: Teaching Terrorism: A Systematic Review of Terrorism Courses at American Colleges and Universities.
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Will Obama, Romney Meet the Commander-in-Chief Test? – Syndicated – Opinion

Posted in analysis, counterterrorism, covert, debate, delisting, democracy, democrat, deterrence, diplomacy, dissident, intelligence, international relations, iran, iran policy committee, iraq, israel, MEK, middle east, military, NCRI, negotiation, nuclear, obama, peace, PMOI, policy, politics, preemptive, presidential election, protest, rajavi, regime change, republican, romney, sheehan, state department, terrorism, threat, war, weapons on October 23, 2012 by Professor Sheehan

SHEEHAN: Will Obama, Romney Meet the Commander-in-Chief Test? – Syndicated – Opinion

Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan on how the presidential candidates should tackle Middle East issues in Monday’s foreign policy focused debate.

Nationally Syndicated @: McClatchy, The Sacramento BeeFort Worth Star Telegram, The Kansas City Star

Iran’s Opposition Sets Sights on Tehran – Opinion

Posted in analysis, brussels, CIA, clinton, counterterrorism, covert, delisting, democracy, deterrence, diplomacy, dissident, european union, foreign policy, intelligence, international relations, iran, israel, MEK, MI6, NCRI, negotiation, nuclear, obama, PMOI, policy, preemptive, protest, rajavi, regime change, sanctions, sheehan, state department, terrorism, threat, unrest on October 18, 2012 by Professor Sheehan

SHEEHAN: Iran’s Opposition Sets Sights on Tehran – EurActiv – Opinion

Dr. Ivan Sascha Sheehan on the current domestic unrest in Iran and the opposition’s momentum following a major diplomatic victory.

Clinton’s Diplomatic Missile Launched at Tehran – The Jerusalem Post

Posted in analysis, CIA, clinton, counterterrorism, covert, delisting, democracy, deterrence, diplomacy, dissident, fordow, foreign policy, intelligence, iran, iran policy committee, israel, MEK, military, mousavi, natanz, NCRI, negotiation, nuclear, obama, PMOI, policy, preemptive, qum, rajavi, regime change, state department, strike, tanter, terrorism, threat, war on October 4, 2012 by Professor Sheehan

Raymond Tanter and Ivan Sascha SheehanTANTER & SHEEHAN: Clinton’s Diplomatic Missile Launched at Tehran – The Jerusalem Post – Opinion

Professors Raymond Tanter and Ivan Sascha Sheehan in The Jerusalem Post on Secretary Clinton’s diplomatic bombshell ricocheting through Iran.

Print Edition: The Jerusalem Post Op-Ed Page – September 3, 2012

Presidential Election Rally at UB

Posted in debate, democrat, obama, politics, presidential election, republican, rock the vote, romney, sheehan on October 2, 2012 by Professor Sheehan

Join in the festivities at a lively election rally on the eve of the first Presidential Debate at the University of Baltimore.

#Obama #Romney #RockTheVote

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