Dr. Martin Scott Catino is a U.S. Fulbright Scholar specializing in US strategic security issues.

Recent publications and conferences:

Review: Holger Albrecht, et. al. Armies and Insurgencies in the Arab Spring. Middle East Media and Book Reviews Online. June 1, 2017.

Article: “The US Home Front: Drug Cartels and Security along the US–Mexico Border” in The Future of US Warfare. Routledge. 2017.

Article: “Diving for Pearls: Shia Insurgency and Counterterrorism Measures in Bahrain” in The Palgrave Handbook of Global Counterterrorism Policy. 2017.

Article: “Assessing Iranian Security Capabilities: The Case of the Green Movement Protests, 2009-2011” in Mohammed Aman, ed., The Middle East: New Order or Disorder. Washington: Westphalia Press, 2016.

Conference Paper: “Assessing Iranian Security Capabilities: The Case of the Green Movement Protests, 2009-2010.”  Paper presented at the Mideast Dialogue Conference, Washington, D.C., February 2015.

Conference paper: “Inhuman Terrain: Arizona Ranchers Encountering Drug Cartels.”  This research paper utilizes extensive interviews with ranchers, senior border patrol investigators, border security experts, law enforcement officers, as well as observations conducted in Naco and Nogales, Mexico.

Article: “Tribal Capabilities and Warfare: The Case of Ancient Israel.” Saber and Scroll journal. Issue 1. Winter 2015.

Review: Hossein Mousavian, Iran and the United States: An Insider View on the Failed Past and the Road to Peace (New York: Bloomsbury Publishing, 2014). Middle East Media and Book Reviews Online, 2015.

 

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