The Mind of Jihad
Laurent Murawiec, currently a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, served previously as an adviser to the French Ministry of Defense. He has translated Clausewitz’s On War into French and writes a regular column for London’s Daily Telegraph newspaper.
Laurent Murawiec talked about his book The Mind of Jihad (Cambridge University Press; October 13, 2008). In his book he looks at the history of jihad and argues that the jihadi movement today resembles Europe’s medieval millenarians and apocalyptics. Commentary was provided by Walid Phares, Ralph Peters, and Robert Lieber. Hillel Fradkin moderated.
Laurent Murawiec, currently a senior fellow at the Hudson Institute, served previously as an adviser to the French Ministry of Defense. He has translated Clausewitz’s On War into French and writes a regular column for London’s Daily Telegraph newspaper. close
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Hillel Fradkin Senior Fellow and Director Hudson Institute->Center on Islam, Democracy and the Future of the Muslim World
Robert J. Lieber Professor Georgetown University->Government and Foreign Policy
Laurent Murawiec Senior Fellow Hudson Institute
Ralph Peters Lieutenant Colonel (Retired, Former) U.S. Army
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