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Dr. Paul Kamolnick

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Dr. Paul Kamolnick is professor of sociology at East Tennessee State University, USA, where he teaches courses in classical and contemporary sociological theory, and the sociology of global terrorism. He has published articles and reviews in Studies in Conflict and Terrorism, Terrorism and Political Violence, Perspectives on Terrorism, and the Small Wars Journal. Dr. Kamolnick is also the author of two previous Strategic Studies Institute monographs focused on countering Al-Qaeda-based anti-American mass casualty terrorism: Delegitimizing Al-Qaeda: A Jihad-Realist Approach (2012), and Countering Radicalization and Recruitment to Al-Qaeda: Fighting the War of Deeds (2014). He holds a Ph.D. from Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida, USA.

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SSI books and monographs by Dr. Paul Kamolnick

  • Countering Radicalization and Recruitment to Al-Qaeda: Fighting the War of Deeds

    June 13, 2014

    Authored by Dr. Paul Kamolnick.
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    Fighting the War of Deeds begins by taking deeds seriously—deadly serious—as action, policy, and communication. As communication, deeds furnish the U.S. Government a uniquely potent means for countering al-Qaeda’s terrorist propaganda effectively, and also building longer-term alliances based on mutuality with the Arab and Muslim world.

  • Delegitimizing Al-Qaeda: A Jihad-Realist Approach

    March 14, 2012

    Authored by Dr. Paul Kamolnick.
    Preventing radicalization and recruitment to al-Qaeda’s terrorism is vital to U.S. national security. This monograph suggests a distinct “jihad-realist” approach for partially accomplishing this elusive strategic objective.