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Fri Mar 21 17:10:12 2014 UTClccn-n981063550.00The Oslo impasse : where do we go from here? /0.350.951998 Soref Symposium : The Oslo impasse : where do we go from here? : with keynote address by Bruce O. Riedel /31319405Bruce_Riedeln 981063554872156Riedel, Bruce.lccn-n2001058020Qaida (Organization)lccn-n2005017455Zarqāwī, Abū Muṣʻab1966-2006lccn-n98940446Bin Laden, Osama1957-2011lccn-n2001050632Ẓawāhirī, Aymanlccn-n2002057630Muhammad OmarMullah1960-lccn-no2004049869Brookings InstitutionSaban Center for Middle East Policylccn-n81067841Brookings Institutionlccn-n89644592Morey, Arthurnrtlccn-n2009066351Kiriakou, Johnlccn-n79099301United StatesCentral Intelligence AgencyRiedel, Bruce O.BiographyPersonal narratives‡vAmericanPersonal narrativesConference proceedingsUnited StatesInternational relationsPakistanTerrorism--PreventionQaida (Organization)Ẓawāhirī, AymanMuhammad Omar,--Mullah,Bin Laden, Osama,Zarqāwī, Abū Muṣʻab,Islam and politicsTerrorismLeadershipIdeologyWar on Terrorism (2001-2009)JihadTerrorism--Religious aspects--IslamSeptember 11 Terrorist Attacks (2001)AfghanistanMilitary assistance, AmericanAfghan War (2001-)Economic assistance, AmericanAmbassadorsMilitary policyIndiaSouth AsiaNuclear arms controlKiriakou, JohnUnited States.--Central Intelligence AgencySpiesEconomic historyYemen (Republic)Qaida in the Arabian Peninsula (Organization)Political stabilityMilitary participation--AmericanPublic opinionMiddle EastArab-Israeli conflict--Peace--Public opinionArab-Israeli conflict--PeaceIsraelMP3 (Audio coding standard)Political scienceIslamic countriesRelationsIslamic fundamentalismChinaAdult services in public libraries--EvaluationSocial sciences195319751976199119982000200320042007200820092010201120122013201456483986363.325HV6432.5.Q2295318ocn656846805file20080.33Riedel, Bruce OThe search for al Qaeda its leadership, ideology, and future"Profiles the most important figures in the al Qaeda movement--Osama bin Laden, Ayman Zawahiri, Abu Musaib al Zarqawi, and Mullah Omar, giving a comprehensive analysis of its origins, leadership, ideology, and strategy. Focuses more closely on what has happened to al Qaeda since 9/11 and outlines its ultimate goals"--Provided by publisher+-+6969220635198816ocn705945724file20100.33Riedel, Bruce ODeadly embrace Pakistan, America, and the future of the global jihad"Explores the long and contentious relationship between the United States and Pakistan since Pakistan's founding with emphasis on events that occurred during the author's thirty-year career with the CIA and on how Pakistan's history and U.S. responses have contributed to the current struggle with terrorism"--Provided by publisher+-+82005206353356ocn820450800book20130.53Riedel, Bruce OAvoiding Armageddon : America, India, and Pakistan to the brink and back"Traces the history of the United States, India, and Pakistan as British colonies and their interaction in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, particularly in regard to relations between India and Pakistan, nuclear proliferation, the global jihad movement, and U.S. diplomatic efforts to stabilize conditions on the subcontinent"--Résumé de l'éditeur1131ocn631723724book20100.84The battle for Yemen : Al-Qaeda and the struggle for stabilityBiography871ocn812411415file20100.10Kiriakou, JohnThe reluctant spy my secret life in the CIA's war on terrorBiographyPersonal narrativesThe Reluctant Spy reveals the inner workings of the U.S. intelligence apparatus, the truth behind the torture debate, and the incredible dedication of ordinary men and women doing one of the most extraordinary jobs on earth804ocn491918747rcrd20100.12Kiriakou, JohnThe reluctant spy [my secret life in the CIA's war on terror]BiographyPersonal narrativesKiriakou takes listeners into the fight against an enemy fueled by fanaticism. He chillingly describes what it was like inside the CIA headquarters on the morning of 9/11, the agency leaders who stepped up and those who protected their careers. And in what may be the book's most shocking revelation, he describes how the White House made plans to invade Iraq a full year before the CIA knew about it--or could attempt to stop it+-+6340665596292ocn768410967com20100.73Riedel, Bruce OObama's war prospects for the conflict in Afghanistan and PakistanPresident Obama inherited a war in Afghanistan that was unsuccessful, under-funded and lacked a clearly defined strategy. The response he developed for Afghanistan is a complex one involving regional and international policies - particularly in Pakistan, where al-Qaeda has a network of insurgent groups - but it also involves military force, diplomacy and changing public opinion concerning the US. This paper assesses the progress that Obama has made in Afghanistan and Pakistan 15 months after taking office, and considers whether the US will actually be able win the war on terror111ocn040538460book19980.95Soref Symposium1998 Soref Symposium : The Oslo impasse : where do we go from here? : with keynote address by Bruce O. RiedelConference proceedings51ocn756937118com20100.08Riedel, Bruce OThe search for al Qaeda its leadership, ideology, and futureAl Qaeda is the most dangerous terrorist movement in history. Yet most people in the Americas and Europe know very little about it, or their view is clouded by misperceptions and half truths. If the first rule of war is to "know your enemy," then we have a long way to go43ocn752795144book20110.47Riedel, Bruce ODeadly embrace : Pakistan, America, and the future of global jihadPakistan and America have been gripped together in a deadly embrace for decades. For reasons good and bad, successive American Presidents from both parties have pursued narrow short-term interests in Pakistan that have contributed to its instability and radicalization. This title explains how and why this has happened+-+820052063531ocn443284307file20090.47U.S.-Islamic World Forum :2009 U.S.-Islamic World Forum Doha, Qatar, February 14-16, 2009Conference proceedings31ocn690373230book20090.37Neumann, Ronald EThe other war winning and losing in AfghanistanBiographyPersonal narratives AmericanAs the bloodshed in Iraq intensified in 2005, Afghanistan quickly faded from the nation's front pages to become the "other war," supposedly going well and largely ignored. In fact, the insurgency in Afghanistan was about to break out with renewed force, the drug problem was worsening, and international coordination was losing focus. That July, Ronald Neumann arrived in Kabul from Baghdad as the U.S. ambassador, bringing the experience of a career diplomat whose professional lifetime had been spent in the greater Middle East, beginning thirty-eight years earlier in the same country in which it ended, Afghanistan. Neumann's account of how the war in Afghanistan unfolded over the next two years is rich with heretofore unexamined details of operations, tensions, and policy decisions. He demonstrates why the United States was slow to recognize the challenge it faced and why it failed to make the requisite commitment of economic, military, and civilian resources. His account provides a new understanding of problems of alliance warfare in conducting simultaneous nation-building and counterinsurgency. Honest in recounting failures as well as successes, the book is must reading for students of international affairs who want to understand the reality of diplomatic policymaking and implementation in the field as for those who want to understand the nation's complex "other war."--Publisher's description+-+227924240631ocn297612738file20080.47U.S.-Islamic World Forum :2008 U.S.-Islamic World Forum Doha, Qatar, February 16-18, 2008Conference proceedings22ocn703216925file20080.47Riedel, Bruce OThe search for al Qaeda its leadership, ideology, and future"Profiles the most important figures in the al Qaeda movement--Osama bin Laden, Ayman Zawahiri, Abu Musaib al Zarqawi, and Mullah Omar, giving a comprehensive analysis of its origins, leadership, ideology, and strategy. Focuses more closely on what has happened to al Qaeda since 9/11 and outlines its ultimate goals"--Provided by publisher+-+696922063522ocn473891080book1998Riedel, Bruce OThe Oslo impasse : where do we go from here?21ocn822966853book20100.47Riedel, Bruce OEighteen months and beyond : implications of U.S. policy in Afghanistan21ocn248034071book20000.47Neuartige resorbierbare Mischvliese aus Polyelektrolyt-Fibridmikrofasern mit heilungsaktiver Wirkung für die medizinische Anwendung : Sachbericht zum Forschungsthema Reg.-Nr. 44/98 : Laufzeit: 01.01.1998 - 31.12.1999 /Thüringisches Institut für Textil- und Kunststoff-Forschung e.V. Projektleiter: B. Riedel21ocn245860375book19980.47Herstellung und Verwendung neuartiger reaktiver Bindemittel durch chemisches Recycling unsortierter elastanhaltiger textiler Abfallmaterialien : Schlußbericht für den Zeitraum: 01.01.96 bis 31.12.9721ocn499102602file20100.47Riedel, Bruce OU.S.-China relations seeking strategic convergence in PakistanThis paper focuses on the parallel development of the political, economic and security relationships between China and Pakistan, and the United States and Pakistan. It reviews the origins of those relationships and explains why Beijing, Islamabad and Washington have proved unable to cooperate in the past to achieve measurable security gains. It then analyzes the deteriorating situation in Pakistan today and highlights both the American and the Chinese interest in sustaining a stable Pakistan. This assessment is followed by recommendations on how the three countries can come together to achieve short-term security goals in Pakistan. Finally, it examines the prospects for achieving structural changes that can bring enduring peace to South Asia -- p.222ocn181159907book18740.81Riedel, BernhardEntwicklung der Säugethierniere+-+6969220635+-+6969220635Fri Mar 21 15:28:38 EDT 2014batch17194