This article posits that security upgrades at embassies to effect successful antiterrorism may necessarily contribute to achieving the political goals of terrorists.
Terrorist Explosions in East Africa: An Asynchrony Among Language, Thought, and Action? — August 14, 1998
This article describes an asynchrony among the language of foreign leaders responding to an event of terrorism, the inferred thought underlying the language, and the action necessary to effect successful antiterrorism and counterterrorism programs.
Terrorist Explosions in Nairobi: How Secondary Goals Become Primary Ones — August 14, 1998
This article describes a psychology of terrorism whereby achieving secondary goals can ineluctably lead to achieving primary ones.
Trends. Terrorism and Biological Warfare: A Problem of Perspective — August 14, 1998
The author discusses the cunundrum of how to best deter or manage a biological warfare (BW) attack by terrorists.
Trends. Terrorism and Sanctions: A Problem with Iran — August 14, 1998
The author discusses the three kinds of activities, Iran continues to be engaged in, that preclude closer cooperation with the US and the sanctions that have been declared against Iran.