Terrorism Financing and State Responses A Comparative Perspective
Giraldo, Jeanne K.
Trinkunas, Harold A.
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A rash of terrorist attacks in the 1990s, all designed to cause mass casualties—the February 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center, the March 1995 sarin gas attack in the Tokyo subway, the April 1995 bombing of the Federal building in Oklahoma City— seemed to signal the arrival on the scene of a new and more deadly kind of terrorism. This was confirmed six years later in the September 11 attacks in New York, Philadelphia and Washington, DC.
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