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Subjects taught at LSE | Services and divisions (administration)
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The terrorist mindset|
Understanding the mindset of a terrorist and their motivation is not enough. What drives them may be more useful in winning the war against terror.
Wolves at the door?|
Why al-Qaeda's strategy to inspire an insurgency by individual Muslims from within the heart of the west will not succeed
UK terrorism and the Kashmir connection|
The importance of Kashmiri militia camps in UK terrorism
School history on the global stage|
What's taught in the classroom can sometimes have international ramifications
Bridging the gulf|
The need to reform the relationship between the state and society in the Gulf states.
Violent reprisals on the Western Front|
How the Germans used violence against prisoners of war to their tactical advantage in the First World War.
Defenders of the cause|
How ethnic parties can moderate their politics without losing their supporters and still take power.
Is compulsory voting justified?|
A logical look at the arguments for forcing people to vote in elections.