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Dr. Zachary Abuza

Dr. Zachary Abuza specializes in Southeast Asian politics and security issues. He is currently Adjunct Research Professor at the Strategic Studies Institute of the U.S. Army War College. He is currently working on projects for the National Endowment for Democracy; a Minerva Grant from the Office of the Secretary of Defense administered by the Naval Post Graduate School & St. Andrew's University; and the National Defense University's Institute of National Security Studies Program on Irregular Warfare. He is completing a book on peace processes in Southeast Asia, a comparative study of negotiations with Muslim secessionist rebels in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand. He is the author of four books, including Conspiracy of Silence: The Insurgency in Southern Thailand (2008), Political Islam and Violence in Indonesia (2006), Militant Islam in Southeast Asia (2003), and Renovating Politics in Contemporary Vietnam (2001) and four monographs. From 2010-12 he was Professor of National Security Studies at the National War College. Dr. Abuza received his MALD and Ph.D. from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.

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SSI books and monographs by Dr. Zachary Abuza

  • Balik Terrorism: The Return of the Abu Sayyaf

    September 01, 2005

    Authored by Dr. Zachary Abuza.
    The author analyzes the historical roots and recent resurgence of the Abu Sayyaf as a terrorist organization. He examines the triangular relationship between the ASG, Jemaah Islamiyah, and the Moro Islamic Liberation front, and the impact that this relationship has on Philippine and regional security.

SSI articles, editorial, and briefs by Dr. Zachary Abuza