Prof. Robert A. Pape, The University of Chicago


Prof. Robert Pape, an expert on suicide terrorism, discusses his extensive study on the brutal tactic. He analyzed over 2,2200 suicide attacks from 1980 until the present day and determined that terrorists use suicide terrorism to compel a democratic state to withdraw combat forces from territory they consider their homeland or prized territory. If this hypothesis is true, the current U.S. strategy against terrorism is counterproductive. He suggests “cutting the fuse” and withdrawing forces is the best way to end suicide terrorism.

Thursday, Jan 13, 2011
11:30am- 1:00pm

205 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 4240
Chicago, IL, US, 60601

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