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Studies in Conflict and Terrorism: Connections Can Be Toxic: Terrorist Organizational Factors and the Pursuit of CBRN Weapons


Studies in Conflict and Terrorism: Connections Can Be Toxic: Terrorist Organizational Factors and the Pursuit of CBRN Weapons

March 1, 2012

START researchers' work featured in 'Studies in Conflict and Terrorism'

A study conducted by START researchers, Victor Asal, Gary Ackerman and Karl Rethemeyer, was recently featured in the March publication of "Studies in Conflict and Terrorism". To view, click here.

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