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WIU Terrorism Researcher's New Book Offers Insights into ISIS and How International Community Can Combat It

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A new book co-authored by a Western Illinois University homeland security researcher investigates the Islamic State (IS, also known as ISIS) and offers insights into the nature of the IS and what the international community can do to combat it.

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IU Expert: Nuclear Agreement with Iran May Lead to Restoration of Diplomatic Ties with the U.S.

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Recent ISIS Attack Will Generate New Recruits

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WashU Expert: Syrian Civil War Should Be Referred to International Criminal Court

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Hiding Weapons in Civilian Areas Is Nothing New in Warfare

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Swarthmore Expert Explains Where Iran's Hardliners Diverge From Moderates on Nuclear Deal

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Swarthmore Expert Explains Why Americans Hate Negotiating With Their Enemies

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Manchester Archaeologists Defy ISIS Militants by Finding New Antiquities in Iraq

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Indiana University Experts Available to Discuss Tentative Iran Nuclear Deal

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The European Union has announced that the basis for a deal on a peaceful Iranian nuclear program has been reached. Faculty members in the Indiana University School of Global and International Studies and IU Maurer School of Law are available to offer perspectives.

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New Book Traces Parallels Between Four Fallen Empires and the United States

America in the Shadow of Empires, by Wake Forest University professor David Coates, compellingly compares the development and failure of four of history’s greatest empires to the current American situation, especially regarding foreign policy and military deployment, the domestic economy, education and health care.