Terrorism remains concern after bin Laden’s death
A religious extremism researcher and University of Florida Doctoral graduate, Adam Silverman says despite the death of Osama bin Laden, terrorism will remain an issue for the United States and others. In part two of his interview, Silverman discusses the impact of the media on terrorism as well as a look at terrorism as a tool. Dr. Silverman is now a Culture and Foreign Language Advisor at the U-S Army War College in Pennsylvania, and he spoke with WUFT-FM news director Tom Krynski.
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