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Crime And Terrorism
Crime And Terrorism

AIR DATE: November 20, 2013

Terrorism has changed dramatically in the last decade. It's no longer about the small group executing a massively destructive act. Criminals and terrorists now reinforce each other's efforts and that change has enormous impact on our foreign policy. We talk to Ted Robert Gurr who has studied political violence for decades ahead of his speech at the World Affairs Council of Las Vegas.


Ted Robert Gurr, author of "Crime-Terror Alliances and the State"

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