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Counterterrorism and Democracy: Problems and Solutions from Israeli Experience

Counterterrorism and Democracy: Problems and Solutions from Israeli Experience

  • Date:
    Wednesday, February 6, 2013
  • Time:
    12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
  • Campus:
    University Park Campus
  • Venue:
    Doheny Memorial Library (DML)
  • Room:
    Lecture Hall DML240
  • Cost:
    free
  • Phone:
    213 740 6014
  • Email:

Summary:

Dr. Jonathan Fine’s forthcoming book from the Texas University Press at Austin is titled: Holy War in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – a Comparative Analysis: Past & Present.

Description:

Dr. Jonathan Fine is the undergraduate advisor of both, the international program in Government, Diplomacy, and Strategy at the Raphael Recanati International School and the Lauder Government School at the IDC (the interdisciplinary center, Herzlyia, Israel) and a researcher at the ICT (The International Institute for Counter Terrorism). Dr. Fine is a former advisor on arms control and conflict resolution at the IDF strategic division planning branch. He often lectures Elite IDF units and courses such as the IDF air force pilot course, naval officer course, IDF Commando units, and the IDF Tactical Command College.

Dr. Fine’s first book dealt with the establishment of the Israeli governmental system, and  its English version, which is titled The Israeli Governmental System: the Establishment of a Sovereign State, 1947 – 1951, is forthcoming at the State University of New York – SUNY Press. Another book which is forthcoming in the Texas University Press at Austin is titled: Holy War in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – a Comparative Analysis: Past & Present.