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Samuel Huntington

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  • On this day: called Samuel Huntington, who died on December 24, "the most important political scientist in America."

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  • The attacks of 9 / 11 gave a tremendous boost to this Islamophobic discourse, the ideological groundwork for which was done by self-styled Islamic 'experts' such as Samuel Huntington and Bernard Lewis.

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  • He quoted renowned philosophers and writers such as Samuel Huntington, Morris Janowitz, Eliot Cohen and Montesquieu to support his position on a seemingly marked shift in civilian-military relations in Turkey.

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  • He quoted renowned philosophers and writers such as Samuel Huntington, Morris Janowitz, Eliot Cohen and Montesquieu to support his position on a seemingly marked shift in civilian-military relations in Turkey.

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  • The attacks of 9 / 11 gave a tremendous boost to this Islamophobic discourse, the ideological groundwork for which was done by self-styled Islamic 'experts' such as Samuel Huntington and Bernard Lewis.

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  • That is, incidentally, more or less how Samuel Huntington envisaged avoiding his "clash of civilisations".

    The optimists of Davos past now face a world whose script has gone awry | Timothy Garton Ash

  • If this approach is sincere and given enough effort to mature into coherent policy, it would lead to the emergence of a democratic Islamic state model that would respond to the reforms Muslim societies require, and turn Samuel Huntington's clash of civilizations prophecy into a mere academic discourse.

    Alon Ben-Meir: Arab Spring and Revival of Islamic State

  • Samuel Huntington, the Harvard political scientist, predicted that unless something is done about the problem which I have cited, the 21st century will be marked by religious wars and, because of the instruments of war that are now available, will be the most deadly and ferocious of all time.

    Tony Campolo: The Growing Impossibility Of Interfaith Dialogue

  • In 1954, the political scientist Samuel Huntington argued that each service was built around a "strategic concept"—"the fundamental element of a service . . . its role or purpose in implementing national policy."

    Why We Still Need the Marines

  • Samuel Huntington took the phrase “clash of civilizations” from the Princeton University Islamicist Bernard Lewis, who was referring to a threat from the Islamic world.

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