Sam Abrams

Samuel Abrams is a Senior Associate with Caerus Associates, where he works on issues of non-state armed actors, population behavior in unstable environments, and urbanization. He previously served as the Managing Editor of the SAIS Review, the international affairs journal of the Johns Hopkins University School for Advanced International Studies, where he also received a Master's degree.

Fletcher Forum articles by Sam Abrams:


A Firm Place to Stand: Understanding Contemporary Urban Conflict

March 7, 2014 by Sam Abrams
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As the world’s population continues to grow, cities will bear the brunt of this growth, creating space for gangs, insurgents, and organized crime. But by viewing cities through the lens of urban systems logic, state security forces will be better prepared to face these challenges.

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