Foreign Policy Research Institute A Nation Must Think Before it Acts Robert A. Fox Fellow Clint Watts Cited in The Globe and Mail
Robert A. Fox Fellow Clint Watts Cited in The Globe and Mail

Robert A. Fox Fellow Clint Watts Cited in The Globe and Mail

Robert A. Fox Fellow Clint Watts Cited in The Globe and Mail


“There has been much made of the challenges of stopping attacks by a small group or lone actors in the West. However, the Nice attack highlights another risk for security services – namely, what Clint Watts of the Foreign Policy Research Institute calls “cascading terrorism”, where successful terrorist attacks beget more attacks.”

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