Mutual Radicalization

How Groups and Nations Drive Each Other to Extremes


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Imprint: AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
By:
Fathali M. Moghaddam
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Pages:
240

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Preface Introduction: Radicalization and Conflict in Global Context A Dynamic Model of Mutual Radicalization I. Islamic Radicalization and the West Israel-Palestine Iran-United States United States-Islamic Jihad Extremist Nationalists and Islamic Jihadists in the European Union II. Nation-States in Transition China-Japan North Korea-South Korea Pakistan-India III. Mutual Radicalization in the United States Gridlockracy in U.S. Politics Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders, and Their Supporters The National Rifle Association and the Gun-Regulation Groups IV. Toward Solutions for Mutual Radicalization Solutions to Mutual Radicalization References Index About the Author

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