Robert Pape on Terrorism
Robert Pape talked about a sub-project of the University of Chicago’s Project on Security and Terrorism on “suicide… read more
Robert Pape talked about a sub-project of the University of Chicago’s Project on Security and Terrorism on “suicide terrorism,” which compiles statistics and keeps a database of all the suicide terrorism attacks in the world in the last decade. In his remarks he focused on the conclusions drawn from the data and presented a number of video clips from suicide bombers giving their last testaments. He responded to questions from the audience.
“When the Ivory Tower Connects to Washington - Empirical Research on Terrorism and Implications for Military Strategy ” was a presentation at a day-long conference, “Cutting the Fuse: Beyond the War on Terrorism,” held in the Capitol Visitor’s Center Auditorium.
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