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            10.13169
            jglobfaul
            Journal of Global Faultlines
            Pluto Journals
            23977825
            20542089
            January 2015
            : 2
            : 2
            : 33-39
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            Dr. Kamran Matin is senior lecturer at Sussex University
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            SPECIAL SECTION: DEBATE ON “ISLAMIC STATE (ISIS) AND REGIONAL SECURITY”

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