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Gregory Aftandilian

Gregory Aftandilian

Former Research Fellow, Dubai Initiative/International Security Program 2006-2007

 

 

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July 20, 2007

"My Uncle 'Keri' and the Immigration Debate"

Op-Ed, Lowell Sun

By Gregory Aftandilian, Former Research Fellow, Dubai Initiative/International Security Program 2006-2007

Gregory Aftandilian reflects on his own family's history and the current debate on immigration.

 

 

January 15, 2007

"Numbers Game Inconsequential"

Op-Ed, Orlando Sentinel

By Gregory Aftandilian, Former Research Fellow, Dubai Initiative/International Security Program 2006-2007

Inserting more U.S. troops into Iraq is unlikely to dampen the hatred against the U.S. occupation, and the more insurgents we kill, the more recruits the insurgents will gather from the dead insurgents' brothers, cousins and uncles. This cycle of violence will, in turn, lead to more U.S. casualties.

 

January 15, 2007

"Numbers Game Inconsequential"

Op-Ed, Orlando Sentinel

By Gregory Aftandilian, Former Research Fellow, Dubai Initiative/International Security Program 2006-2007

Inserting more U.S. troops into Iraq is unlikely to dampen the hatred against the U.S. occupation, and the more insurgents we kill, the more recruits the insurgents will gather from the dead insurgents' brothers, cousins and uncles. This cycle of violence will, in turn, lead to more U.S. casualties.

 

January 15, 2007

"Numbers Game Inconsequential"

Op-Ed, Orlando Sentinel

By Gregory Aftandilian, Former Research Fellow, Dubai Initiative/International Security Program 2006-2007

Inserting more U.S. troops into Iraq is unlikely to dampen the hatred against the U.S. occupation, and the more insurgents we kill, the more recruits the insurgents will gather from the dead insurgents' brothers, cousins and uncles. This cycle of violence will, in turn, lead to more U.S. casualties.

 

January 15, 2007

"Numbers Game Inconsequential"

Op-Ed, Orlando Sentinel

By Gregory Aftandilian, Former Research Fellow, Dubai Initiative/International Security Program 2006-2007

Inserting more U.S. troops into Iraq is unlikely to dampen the hatred against the U.S. occupation, and the more insurgents we kill, the more recruits the insurgents will gather from the dead insurgents' brothers, cousins and uncles. This cycle of violence will, in turn, lead to more U.S. casualties.

 

January 15, 2007

"Numbers Game Inconsequential"

Op-Ed, Orlando Sentinel

By Gregory Aftandilian, Former Research Fellow, Dubai Initiative/International Security Program 2006-2007

Inserting more U.S. troops into Iraq is unlikely to dampen the hatred against the U.S. occupation, and the more insurgents we kill, the more recruits the insurgents will gather from the dead insurgents' brothers, cousins and uncles. This cycle of violence will, in turn, lead to more U.S. casualties.

 

January 15, 2007

"Numbers Game Inconsequential"

Op-Ed, Orlando Sentinel

By Gregory Aftandilian, Former Research Fellow, Dubai Initiative/International Security Program 2006-2007

Inserting more U.S. troops into Iraq is unlikely to dampen the hatred against the U.S. occupation, and the more insurgents we kill, the more recruits the insurgents will gather from the dead insurgents' brothers, cousins and uncles. This cycle of violence will, in turn, lead to more U.S. casualties.

 

January 15, 2007

"Numbers Game Inconsequential"

Op-Ed, Orlando Sentinel

By Gregory Aftandilian, Former Research Fellow, Dubai Initiative/International Security Program 2006-2007

Inserting more U.S. troops into Iraq is unlikely to dampen the hatred against the U.S. occupation, and the more insurgents we kill, the more recruits the insurgents will gather from the dead insurgents' brothers, cousins and uncles. This cycle of violence will, in turn, lead to more U.S. casualties.

 

January 15, 2007

"Numbers Game Inconsequential"

Op-Ed, Orlando Sentinel

By Gregory Aftandilian, Former Research Fellow, Dubai Initiative/International Security Program 2006-2007

Inserting more U.S. troops into Iraq is unlikely to dampen the hatred against the U.S. occupation, and the more insurgents we kill, the more recruits the insurgents will gather from the dead insurgents' brothers, cousins and uncles. This cycle of violence will, in turn, lead to more U.S. casualties.

 

January 15, 2007

"Numbers Game Inconsequential"

Op-Ed, Orlando Sentinel

By Gregory Aftandilian, Former Research Fellow, Dubai Initiative/International Security Program 2006-2007

Inserting more U.S. troops into Iraq is unlikely to dampen the hatred against the U.S. occupation, and the more insurgents we kill, the more recruits the insurgents will gather from the dead insurgents' brothers, cousins and uncles. This cycle of violence will, in turn, lead to more U.S. casualties.

 

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