Introduction to Terrorism

What then, is to deter individuals and nations from engaging in this high-profit, low risk warfare?

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  1. Two things montivate nations, and individuals: The need to grow, and the need to avoid pain. Of the two needs, the need to grow is the strongest motivator.

    How do nations grow: fair economic distributions, the ability to get better on a level playing field, the absence of government officials greed, and perception that what they have is based in fairness, and equal opportunity for all. Have you recently read the US declaration of independence from England? What is different about those grievances and what we see now? Yes, including religious bias.

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    bobpursley
  2. If I had the answer, I'd win a Nobel Peace Prize.

    However, the U.S. can start by ramping up stringent background checks for guns wherever they are purchased and outlawing individuals from owning assault rifles. It's also been suggested that guns should be regulate as cars are. Guns should be registered yearly, require insurance, and have periodic tests to renew their licenses.

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  3. I also agree with Bobpursley.

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  4. No, I haven't read it. I was thinking "The only thing that will deter individuals and nations from engaging in this low-risk and high profit warfare is death or the lack of resources".

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  5. No! No! No! Death is not a deterrent to terrorists. Most of them plan to die in their massacres.

    Please, please, please read the Declaration of Independence.

    http://www.ushistory.org/declaration/document/index.htm

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  6. Terrorism, by definition, is for the advancement of ideas. Look up the definition of the word. Ms. Sue is correct, most terrorists today seem to plan on death as part of the effort, as in suicide bombers. Mass shooters often commit suicide before they could surrender to police. A battle of ideas is much harder to wage than a war with weapons. One side has to have better ideas and be able to convince others of the superiority of their ideas.

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  7. This is my time taking this class.Thank you all for the help. I am trying...

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  8. What then, is to deter individuals and nations from engaging in this high-profit, low risk warfare?
    Can the international community cope with this emerging challenge?

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  9. Nothing. Probably not.

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