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Terrorism research must be driven by evidence, not political agendas

Despite concerted efforts by many people and institutions, fundamental aspects of terrorism — identifying participants, understanding how they radicalize, and developing effective countermeasures — remain unclear.

Eurek AlertIn a new Science Policy Forum article, four experts from different fields propose a strategy for terrorism research.

Carnegie Mellon University’s Baruch…

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