Targeting Terrorist Leaders: Does it Make Any Difference?

February 16, 2017

Jennifer Jordan

Assistant Professor, Georgia Institute of Technology

Targeting Terrorist Leaders: Does it Make Any Difference?

 Thursday, February 16, 2017

12 noon to 1:30 PM Luncheon and Lecture

Capital City Club

7 John Portman Blvd., NW Atlanta 30303  Downtown Atlanta

Cost: Lunch & Program for non-members $40.
For ACIR members $30.
ACIR yearly membership $50.

Dr. Jenna Jordan is an assistant professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology.  She received her Ph.D. in political science from the University of Chicago, M.A. in Political Science from Stanford University, and B.A. in International Relations from Mills College.  Her current book manuscript evaluates the efficacy of leadership targeting as a counterterrorism strategy. Dr. Jordan has also conducted research on deterrence, counterterrorism policy, small states, status, population transfers, suicide terrorism, organizational splintering, social network analysis, Pakistani political violence, international relations theory, and cyber security. Her work has been published in International Security, Security Studies, Conflict Management and Peace Science, the New York Times, The Atlantic, the Chicago Tribune, Foreign Policy, CTC Sentinel, The National Interest, and The Washington Quarterly.

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