Transcript
  • 00:00    |    
    Initial credits
  • 00:11    |    
    Introduction
    • The Islamic State
    • Model for islamic radical movements
  • 03:42    |    
    Characteristics and strategic environments of the Middle East
    • Rise of the caliphate
    • Regional rivalries
    • Iraqi civil war
    • Fight for independence and autonomy of the Kurdish people
    • Conflict between Russia and Turkey
    • Conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran
    • Conflict between Russia and United States
    • Conflict within the muslim faith
    • Millennial crisis
    • Global Jihadism and Islamic radicalism movements
  • 12:40    |    
    Success of ISIS
    • Support from foreign states
    • Assistance from Turkey
    • Why Turkey supports ISIS
    • American policy blunders
    • Competition between Russia and United States
    • Involvement of the Syrian government
    • Assistance from Irak
    • Appeal of the people
    • ISIS self-proclaims as the caliphate
  • 25:14    |    
    Possible threats to order
    • Jihadist ultra violent state
    • Jihadism as a model for other states around the world
    • Abilities to reach profound effects in elections
    • An anti-ethical idea to the nation state
    • Violation of human rights
  • 32:43    |    
    What can be done about ISIS
    • United States political strategy
    • United States militar strategy
    • Failure of militar strategies
    • Possible border war between Russia, Turkey and United States
    • Global terrorism
    • Laws of war n
    • Principal of distinction
    • American administration of Afghanistan
    • Joining the Russians or going alone
    • Acceptance of ISIS
    • Power conference
  • 47:20    |    
    Final credits


The Conflict with ISIS: Issues of Law and Strategy

New Media  | 12 de enero de 2016  | Vistas: 12

With clear precision Robert Delahunty expounds the diverse and complex problems on the Middle East that have created the opportunity for the rise of the Islamic State, a jihadist terrorist group based on the area known as the Levant. From the Irak war to the ancient rivalry between Sunites and Shiites, the Caliphate has been a horrific success and has redefined a new form of worldwide terrorism. It is a serious threat for the world because it has the possibility of durability and expansion throughout the failed states that it has usurped authority. From blunders in American policy to regional and global rivalries, the militant faith has grown to occupy a center stage in worldwide conflicts, playing its cards to inflame tensions throughout Asia, Africa and Europe. Taking the propagation of global Jihadism upon itself, ISIS has become the most influential radical terrorist group in the world.




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