An Indefinable Problem

By David Bosco | January 1, 2006

Governments and academics alike have struggled to define terrorism. A 1988 academic study identified 109 variations. As the following definitions of terrorism show, decades of debate have not brought us any closer to consensus.

As the Russian invasion of Ukraine shows, nuclear threats are real, present, and dangerous

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