Al-Masdar Podcast 10 – A New Look at Terrorism: Dr. Max Abrahms and Mojtaba Masood

4

In this week’s installment of the Al-Masdar Podcast, Brad Blankenship is joined with Dr. Max Abrahms to discuss his structural model of terrorism, one that is radically different from our basic intuitions. Also joining us is Mojtaba Masood, providing his experience and insights into the discussion.

Dr. Abrahms is an assistant professor of political science at Northeastern University. Dr. Abrahms is a member at the Council on Foreign Relations and works for The Center for Cyber and Homeland Security. Mr. Masood is a London-based documentary filmmaker and political analyst.

You can view Mr. Masood’s documentary here.

Share this article:
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  • 1
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
  •  
    1
    Share

Brad Blankenship is an American student of philosophy and political science as well as the director of Al-Masdar’s podcast.

Discuss

4 Comments on "Al-Masdar Podcast 10 – A New Look at Terrorism: Dr. Max Abrahms and Mojtaba Masood"

Notify of
avatar
Sort by:   newest | oldest | most voted
mooo
Guest
mooo

The guy is blaming Bin Laden for 911. No war will be won by such an unsophisticated and unbelievable view, Using Zionist propaganda as a criteria is a lose lose scenario

Lurene Gisee
Guest
Lurene Gisee

I do not find you a credible writer, Mooo.

mooo
Guest
mooo

So you think Bin Laden was a player in 9/11?

paul lloyd
Guest
paul lloyd
Dr Abrams only started sudying terrorism in 2002…we what about the black september group..in the 1960s-70s i recall well those groups….hes a bit late or bit too young to the party ..in being aware of terror..not to mention the IRA ….. are these people classed as ‘THE OTHER’ because they are not even in the west but speaking from a muslim country where there is no THE OTHER;..look Islam as been trying to conqure Europe for 1400 yrs ..and its still the same today….,,ITS NOT GREIVENCE its about the 1400 yr old idea of taking over the whole world..for their… Read more »
wpDiscuz