Managing the change of context in countering terrorism: death of Bin Laden and the “Arab Spring”
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In world political history, 2011 will be remembered as the year when the leader of the Al Qaida (AQ) terrorist movement was killed and of the so called “Arab Spring”, when mass demonstrations in some Arab countries fundamentally challenged the way these countries have been ruled for the past few decades.
Yazgan Etiz, F.C. (2011). Managing the change of context in countering terrorism: death of Bin Laden and the “Arab Spring”. Journal of Terrorism Research, 2(2), pp. 42-45.
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