The Islamic State: Financial Aspects and U.S. Policy

Gerard Smith (Editor)

Series: Terrorism, Hot Spots and Conflict-Related Issues
BISAC: POL037000



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The Islamic State organization is the successor to Al Qaeda in Iraq (AQI). Countering the financial resources of the Islamic State, which has seized significant territory in Iraq and Syria and threatened to conduct attacks against the United States and its citizens, has become a significant national security priority for policymakers, including Members of Congress. By undermining the financial strength of the group, also known as ISIL or ISIS, policymakers seek to reduce its capability to conduct terrorist attacks, as well as to ultimately “degrade and ultimately destroy” the group. This book includes a comprehensive look at how the group generates revenue.
(Imprint: Nova)


Islamic State Financing and U.S. Policy Approaches
(Carla E. Humud, Robert Pirog, Liana Rosen)

Testimony of David S. Cohen, Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence, U.S. Department of the Treasury. Hearing on ''Terrorist Financing and the Islamic State''

Testimony of Jimmy Gurulé, Law Professor, Notre Dame Law School. Hearing on ''Terrorist Financing and the Islamic State''

Testimony of Dr. Matthew Levitt, Director of the Stein Program on Counterterrorism and Intelligence, The Washington Institute for Near East Policy. Hearing on ''Terrorist Financing and the Islamic State''

Testimony of Patrick B. Johnston, Political Scientist, RAND Corporation. Hearing on ''Terrorist Financing and the Islamic State''


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