Homegrown terrorism; the known unknown

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Hinkkainen, Kaisa;
  • Subject: International terrorism; Domestic terrorism; Homegrown terrorism

Homegrown terrorism has attracted significant attention following the 2004 Madrid and 2005 London bombings. Homegrown terrorism is usually thought to be a new phenomenon, with few observed events, and inherently distinct from transnational terrorism or the old domestic ... View more
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