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IDEOLOGY ATLAS RESEARCH COMPENDIUM

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‘third Soviet program ’ manifesto. The Times editor prefaced Khruschev’s words with the following: As the Soviet dictator is the most powerful adversary of the free world, and as the first maxim of survival must always be ‘know thine enemy, ’ this document should be studied by all who value freedom. This is Premier Khruschev’s counterpart to Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf,’ and the world can neglect it only at its peril. Earlier that year, President Eisenhower, in his farewell radio and television address to the American people, expounded on the need to combat the “hostile ideology ” being spread by the Soviet Union. He ruminated that those combating that hostile ideology—which he characterized as “global in scope, ruthless in purpose and insidious in method”—must be prepared to fight a prolonged and complex battle. Heeding the advice of those who waged such ideological struggles before us, the Combating Terrorism Center (CTC) at West Point has dedicated much of its resources this year to understanding the Jihadi ideology through the words of its adherents. In its Harmony and Disharmony report, the CTC exposed the organizational weaknesses of al-Qa`ida using its own internal documents. CTC’s Jihadi Imagery Report catalogued frequently-used images in Jihadi propaganda. Th

Year: 2006
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