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Jonathan Rowe

Date: 4/13/2011

In 2010, almost nine full years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a surge of outrage over plans to build a Muslim community center in lower Manhattan swept the United States. Critics were eager to interpret the project as an insult, an offense, and a sacrilege. Moreover, deliberate efforts were made to delegitimize American Muslims and deny them the protections of the Constitution. Such efforts to demonize specific subgroups and deny their legitimacy as ci ... » read more

Date: 3/29/2011

  Written statement submitted to Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on the Constitution, civil society, and human rights “Protecting the Civil Rights of American Muslims” Tuesday | March 29, 2011 |10:00 a.m. | Dirksen Senate Office Building Rm226 ... » read more

Date: 3/25/2011

This research is based on systematic quantitative and qualitative data concerning Egyptian university students’ image of the United States, their reactions to its public diplomacy messages, and why they hold those opinions. The data was collected almost ten months before Egypt’s January 25th revolution. Face-to-face survey and focus group discussions were used to probe the thorny questions and perceptions of these Egyptians vis-à-vis&nbs ... » read more

Date: 3/24/2011

The devastating 2010 flood in Pakistan, the worst humanitarian disaster on the face of this planet in recent history, resulted in over 1.6 million damaged houses damaged, many razed to the ground, and 3.2 million hectares of standing crops inundated. Twenty percent of the country’s land mass—more than the entire landmass of Italy—has been affected. Millions of poor people in the riverside communities of the Indus have been pushed further into poverty. U ... » read more

Date: 3/14/2011

The stability of Pakistan, a nuclear-armed state in a troubled region, presents a formidable challenge for the United States. Pakistan-based militant groups undermine the country’s security, help fuel the insurgency in Afghanistan, and increasingly endanger the American homeland. This report identifies the key trends in Pakistan’s stability over the last two years, and evaluates their implications for U.S. policy. Pakistan has made important progress against militancy ... » read more

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